Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: BT sanguine over Premier League soccer rights; new faces at MVNO Europe; another deal for Digpro.
Now is the time for senior female executives in comms to help the new entrants carve a niche for themselves in the industry, according to Telstra Malaysia's Yuni Lee Heathcote.
The top cloud providers, previously numbering four, need to find room for another chair at the table.
Ovum analyst Dario Talmesio says MWC 2018 is a great opportunity for a reality check on key technology developments and potential business cases related to AI, IoT, 5G and more.
Sprint ups its capex as it gets into its 5G stride.
Maybe cry instead.
Major merger not being discussed but the acquisition by Vodafone of European assets is being considered, the companies admit.
Google Cloud now has a run rate of more than $4 billion annually.
Yup, we're thinking about it, Dell says in an SEC filing, adding that it might do something else or just continue business as usual.
Chinese vendor manages sales growth in 2017 despite challenging market conditions and plots a boost to its 5G R&D investments.
New open source group may not be as dependent on AT&T-produced code, says top exec.
Orange is acquiring healthcare software company Enovacom; 1,500 healthcare institutions use Enovacom's software for the secure management and sharing of healthcare data.
This week in our WiC roundup: Federal IT needs women; CEOs under spotlight for views on diversity; 'perceived gender bias' in schools; and more.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Nokia and Deutsche Telekom get industrial with 5G in Hamburg; eir revenue falls in Q2; Tele2's busy year.
UK operator records first decline at consumer business in five years and loses TV customers, while sales slump at the troubled global services outfit.
It's part of Liberty's drive to build its business services portfolio for big enterprise and government customers.
On the fisal Q1 2018 earnings call, execs said they had around $163 billion to spend on acquisitions or dividends due to US corporate tax reform.
Following T-Mobile, Verizon says it will go nationwide with NB-IoT in 2018.
Amazon Web Services is becoming a bigger part of the company business.
5G is big with Qualcomm on its latest earnings call.
Proceeds from an auction of 5G spectrum are unlikely to go far in helping Germany to realize its gigabit ambitions.
Software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) is the primary focus for cable in 2018, with fierce competition across the market.
Creating a smart city means redefining network infrastructure.
US operator spells out plans for new 'home-centric' streaming device for its DirecTV Now OTT service as it remains 'very bullish' on video despite heavy satellite TV and U-verse TV sub losses.
One of the major hurdles in the way of NFV deployments is system interoperability – still!! So the New IP Agency (NIA) has launched an NFV interoperability certification program to provide some certainty to frustrated network operators.
Another win for Versa and a first step into SD-WAN territory for the cable operator giant, with the UK's Virgin Media spearheading its service launch.
Changing demands by cloud providers are driving down revenues for Juniper, and at least one analyst thinks the problem isn't going away anytime soon.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Vodafone going steady; Nokia's reasons to be cheerful; eir pulls out of Ireland's National Broadband Plan.
Managed security service providers are joining enterprises in looking to cloud access security broker software as a critical addition.
Finnish vendor ends 2017 on a relative high note but says conditions will remain tough in 2018 and that margins will be under pressure.