The Full Duplex would mean upstream and downstream signals sharing the same frequency time and space in cable networks.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Level 3 expands across Europe; Nokia lands small cells deal and cozies up to Comarch for M2M; Sky hooks up with Iflix.
Following a strategic tie-up with cloud specialist Vlocity, Matrixx appears to be on the verge of a new phase of growth.
Google's balloon-based Internet connectivity project hovers over India, a country of 1.25 billion people that lacks widespread broadband.
Architecture and applications, by Dr. Sun Dong, Chief Architect of Digital Transformation Solutions, Huawei.
Cloud and mobility are driving the Unified Communications market in new directions, and both AT&T and Verizon placed new UC bets this week.
Huawei's Big Video vision.
Done well, targeted video ads based on Internet browsing history wouldn't be such a bad thing, but there are trust and transparency issues to address.
The XO acquisition gives Verizon more fiber for video delivery.
What are the challenges for hitting Gigabit speeds at base stations? This infographic outlines the main ones.
Dell is the latest big name to join the New IP Agency (NIA).
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Orange launches share offer; Ericsson's on edge; EU warns tech tax probes will take time.
ZTE isn't the first vendor to flout US sanctions and it won't be the last.
Kevin Riley, senior VP and CTO at Sonus, highlights the key strategic initiatives for Sonus in 2016 and beyond.
On March 8, the world will reflect on the economic, political and social progress women have made in the past 108 years, as well as consider how far we still have to go.
With his 4G operation up and running, India's richest man, Mukesh Ambani, has turned his attention to India's cable TV sector, according to media reports.
4K is set to redefine how we see and utilize video, Sony's Head of AV Media for Sony Professional Europe, Olivier Bovis, tells Jason Patterson & Linda Xu.
User experience is critical to retaining users, attracting new users, and increasing their lifetime value
India's mobile operators are taking their first steps beyond 4G technology.
Sports tech company OneTwoSee joins the Comcast family.
LR's cable next-gen tech event in Denver this week will tackle prospects for DOCSIS 3.1, Full Duplex DOCSIS and other key industry initiatives.
Smarter in-home WiFi is almost certainly on Comcast's agenda for 2016.
The digital era is here and is reshaping entire industries and the way we live our lives, writes Huawei Senior Marketing Manager Michael Lee.
New network technologies will not help telcos to reinvent themselves.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Cosmote tries Hauwei's Super Dual Band technology; TalkTalk has a rethink; Virgin carries weather data for Met Office.
Disaggregates hardware and software for Open Compute Project Networking, supporting multiple speeds, network operating systems and standards OCP interfaces.
Patricia Vello, manager of Ciena Brazil, shares her tips on how to build diverse teams and then make them work together effectively.
In the heart of the Silicon Valley, Steve Saunders, CEO of Light Reading, sits down with Gigamon CEO Paul Hooper to discuss the Gigamon success story, virtualization, 5G and the other new hot trends in the industry.
A Reuters report suggests ZTE will find it almost impossible to source US-made hardware and software components because of the Chinese vendor's trading relationship with Iran.
Core networks will be the first to take a stroll in the clouds.
The Year of the Fire Monkey could be a turbulent one for China's operators.
As operators implement new business models that use subscriber data, they need to strike the right balance between protecting privacy interests and creating value.
Google Fiber is good for a gigabit, but its video subscriber numbers are anything but impressive.
This week in our WiC roundup: Wireless operators offer STEM mentorships; the world's richest women revealed; a new option for gender-neutral recruiting; and more.
Security is top of mind for service providers all over the world. At Mobile World Congress, Steve Saunders caught up with Cisco and EANTC about their recent round of testing of Cisco's virtualized security solutions.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: eir rolls out 1-Gig rural broadband; Chinese vendors make hay in Africa; Inmarsat hit by government spending slump.
Chinese equipment vendor emphasizes importance of interoperability as it joins the new IP Agency (NIA).
App-layer security is rarely employed, leaving just about the entire Internet of Things vulnerable, not to mention creating specific security problems for data centers.
And it's planning to sell marching boots, in the form of a hyperconvergence server to be introduced later this month.
New St. Louis development center blows up the cube farm and creates a new space for a different style of working and customer meetings.
Telenor will struggle to make its presence felt in India's fast-developing 4G market.
Optical vendor's numbers for its fiscal first quarter, and its forecast for the second quarter, suggest tight capex purse strings at the major telcos.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Bouygues' family affair; new CEO for HERE; Liberty Global taps Devicescape WiFi; gratuitous pizza picture.
Do smart cities make for safe cities? It all depends on how they use those smarts to create a safer environment for residents.
Three independent cablecos explain why D3.1 isn't in the cards for them.
Pulling off RCS will be a huge challenge for mobile operators, but they may be able to do it with some help from Google.
The stealthy Leaba, based in Israel, is reportedly a talent acquisition to help Cisco develop infrastructure.
Cisco is transitioning from closed, hardware-based networks to open, software-based connectivity. But don't worry -- it's still selling hardware.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: smartphones spreading more malware; ADVA joins 5G initiative; major subsea link lands in France.
At MWC 2016, SK Telecom provided a glimpse of the kind of services we can expect in a 5G world.
Deutsche Telekom's Senior Vice President Technology Europe, Kerstin Günther, gives Light Reading CEO Steve Saunders an update on the operator's transformational network revamp, which is set to have a dramatic impact on operating costs and new business development.
Yvette Kanouff, SVP and GM of Cloud Solutions at Cisco, discusses her new role in shaping her company's approach to the cloud as well as how employers can attract more women to the communications industry.
It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a new TiVo product!
IP networking giant's $260 million takeover of CliQr complements other hybrid cloud moves.
II-VI has prevailed over a rival Chinese bidder to buy Anadigics, which said it might not have lasted through another month of bidding and counter-bidding.
AT&T makes good on OTT plans.
New enhancements to Enterprise Cloud build on company's ongoing investment in data centers and its internal extensions to OpenStack.
Cisco introduces the HyperFlex data center server, combining compute, storage and networking to challenge a market dominated by high-flying startups.
AT&T changes its tune on capex spending.
DT wants unnamed suitors to simmer down until after the 600MHz auction in the US this year.
New Brahmaputra software release features a more robust platform and more mature working processes to move NFV forward more quickly.
Join us for Women in Comms' inaugural networking breakfast on "building your brand" on March 10 in Denver ahead of the Cable Next-Gen show!
Also in today's EMEA roundup: EU gives green light to Dell-EMC; Vodacom abandons Neotel bid; Turkcell offers to buy TeliaSonera's Eurasian business.
Netronome CEO Niel Viljoen discusses how his company is bringing the efficiencies of mega-scale data centers to the mainstream.
India's fourth- and fifth-biggest mobile operators are joining forces.
AT&T is reported to be using Huawei's equipment in Mexico.
Verizon is hoping that a simpler, somewhat entertaining approach to explaining data breach scenarios will spread the work more effectively.