RJio has announced plans for a major investment in small cell technology.
Not content to disrupt the TV industry, Aereo founder Chet Kanojia is back with Starry, a new company that plans to launch gigabit wireless Internet service.
New kind of edge network will enable content caching and compute processing to bloom at the neighborhood level for greater efficiency.
A change of administration in Washington could signal fresh opportunities in the US for Huawei and ZTE.
AT&T, Deutsche Telekom, EE, SK Telecom, and Verizon are among those joining the new Open Compute Project Telco Project launched today.
Profitability improvements at Ericsson do not appear to have assuaged investor concern about its emerging-market and IP networking prospects.
New funding round of $25M includes three major operators but isn't a sign the bandwidth doubling technology will be commercial any time soon.
Nordic operator, in partnership with Ericsson, aims to be testing next generation services in 2018, with the 'industrial Internet' one of the key development areas.
Deutsche Bank flags concern about the company's IP routing business and risks posed by emerging markets.
Critical appointment for UK incumbent as it once again adds mobile to the mix and takes its first steps towards a virtualized cloud infrastructure.
Cox's Jeff Finkelstein discusses where cable is heading with DOCSIS, SDN, NFV, software-based networking, 5G, open source and other new technologies.
After a two-decade arms race to ever greater bandwidth and speed, 2015 saw a bifurcation in the mobile industry.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Ericsson's latest IoT offerings; Italian government goes it alone on high-speed broadband; Deutsche Telekom's US worker trouble.
AT&T's network performance is now improving at a pace that exceeds the classic measurement of computing performances, thanks in part to SDN, says John Donovan.
Heavy Reading's Gabriel Brown says the wireless industry needs to come to consensus on some key decisions regarding 5G in 2016.