Integrated, multi-layer approach will be used to strengthen BT's network defenses and enable its new managed security services portfolio.
The FCC is suspending the clock for two weeks in order to digest documents submitted by the two companies.
The carrier partners with enterprise customers to generate ideas for New IP transformation.
Video represents yet another dead end for the company still trying furiously to make itself more relevant.
Overture's VP of Product Management Houck Reed discusses how his company's NFV solutions are helping customers to deploy new services.
UK mobile operator's chief commercial officer will become the new boss, following the completion of BT's $18.4 billion takeover.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Olaf Swantee to leave EE; Ericsson, Volvo collaborate on streaming for self-driving cars.
HaLow is a new IoT networking specification from the Wi-Fi Alliance, but the first HaLow product certifications aren't expected until 2018.
After moving up the ranks at Alcatel-Lucent's Bell Labs, Gee Rittenhouse is now Cisco's cloud guru. In part one of this interview with Steve Saunders, he discusses how he consolidated the efforts of over 1,500 developers working on Cisco's move towards the cloud. Now he's focused on helping service provider customers develop new business opportunities from virtualized networks.
France's telecom incumbent has reportedly signed a confidentiality agreement with Bouygues as it looks to acquire the country's number-three operator.
Finding a place to run your apps is like shopping for real estate.
As part of its cost-cutting program ahead of its acquisition by Dell, EMC has started a headcount cull that will cost $250 million in charges.
This entrepreneurial unit is expanding its responsibility to include wholesale services and agents, but keeping its agile method of operating within the bigger AT&T.
It should be a standard practice throughout the organization, not a one-off thing, the soon-to-be head of Nokia's NFV strategy says.
Heavy Reading's Gabriel Brown says the wireless industry needs to come to consensus on some key decisions regarding 5G in 2016.