As part of its restructuring program, Intel has canceled its smartphone chip programs.
Hear from multiple industry experts from Deutsche Telekom, SK Telecom, Heavy Reading, Huawei, Cisco, Ericsson, Nokia, NEC and many more about developments in the mobile core as operators virtualize their IMS and evolved packet core systems and prepare for a 5G world.
We're in Hong Kong for the first leg of the Ultra-Broadband Summit World Tour.
Execs poke fun at Verizon's early 5G pilot being fixed, say LTE-A will be workhorse for years.
AT&T doesn't have the equipment yet to test 5G across all the frequencies it wants to.
Verizon's catering to a young and younger audience with new video content and services.
Verizon Technology Planning VP discusses the operator's 5G plans with Light Reading at a 5G event in Brooklyn.
Earnings call information says pilot won't be on mobile services, but Verizon still planning to lead the industry in rolling out 5G.
As the Swedish vendor runs hard to stand still, CEO Hans Vestberg discusses the new restructuring process, Ericsson's growth targets, job cuts, Huawei rivalry and the Cisco partnership.
Swedish equipment vendor announces dramatic plans to sharpen focus on cloud and IT after reporting a disappointing set of quarterly results.
The advent of 5G is leading strategists and developers to look far beyond the realm of the smartphone.
CEO Brian Krzanich continues to shake up the iconic chipmaker, with major layoffs as the company tries to move away from PCs.
Like Apple, Facebook, and Google, Sony is examining the possibilities of 5G too.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Ericsson trumpets 5G progress; Com Hem COO steps down; Opera Software bid extended.
China's biggest network vendor is on course to be more than one and a half times as big as its main Western rival by 2018.
Realigning products and services around cloud for service provider, enterprise and consumer.
Project Terragraph brings small cells and WiFi to urban downtowns, while the ARIES Massive MIMO radio extends wireless to rural areas. They join the Aquila drone in Facebook's drive to extend data access to 4 billion more people.
Who deserves to be welcomed into Light Reading's Hall of Fame this year? Let's take a look – and you can vote for your favorites.
FCC chair tells Incompas crowd the agency will vote April 28 on outlawing some business contract language and will restructure special access by year's end.
SVP Lisa Miller provides updates on life at Level 3 post tw telecom merger, how the network operator is tackling data and delivering dynamic services on SDN and why security is top of mind.
The iPhone maker is looking for a wireless engineer who can develop hardware using emerging technologies.
China's biggest equipment vendor has built up a huge lead over its Western rivals in the global communications service provider (CSP) network technology market.
Intel says IoT boss Doug Davis is retiring, while Bloomberg reports that mobile boss Aicha Evans has resigned.
Top advisor to the chairman says priorities for final ten months include preparing for 5G, expanding digital inclusion efforts and opening set-tops.
Brocade to buy WiFi partner, but says $1.2B deal is more focused on LTE, 5G and mobile edge future.
5G is about so much more than just very high bandwidth and low latency – and SDN is going to play a key role in enabling 5G full potential, argues ONF Executive Director Dan Pitt.