Heavy Reading's Gabriel Brown and Light Reading's Carol Wilson discuss the potential of mobile edge computing.
Don't be too distracted by certain carriers making premature promises of 5G today, says T-Mobile's CTO.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Telecom Italia appeals €28 million antitrust fine; changes on Colt's top table; Christmas connectivity.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Comptel lands new deals; Jolla secures financing; Nokia brings LTE-A to Ooredoo.
In a moment of pre-holiday levity, Light Reading presents the best cat selfies (catsies!) of 2015. Meow.
Russia's biggest mobile operator joins an elite club of global service providers pioneering 5G technology.
But not really yet. Conversations are moving from hype to the practicalities of deployment, but there is work to be done on standards, business models and more.
Startup says several tier-1 operators have already tested its new virtual product offering.
Ciena's stock sinks nearly 17% following its 2016 fiscal forecast but does that fairly reflect its performance?
Radio and other network specialists will need to pull together to ensure 5G works effectively, Heavy Reading's Gabriel Brown says.
Meet the New G: Same as The Old G?
Verizon is ramping up its aggressive schedule for 5G technology deployments in the US.
Independent multivendor NFV interoperability test report hits the wires and is available, in full, to the whole industry.
At the Credit Suisse Conference, Intel's CEO explained that good things will come to a company that can provide the common technology in an ecosystem that includes data centers and connected devices.
Bhaskar Gorti, Alcatel-Lucent's president of IP platforms and soon-to-be Nokia leader, says there isn't a business case in moving from physical to virtual; it all hangs in operations.