Microsoft, IBM and Google are catching up, but Amazon has an enormous lead in cloud infrastructure market share. And the other 20 contenders are falling behind.
Vishy Gopalakrishnan, AVP of product marketing at AT&T, talks about the three developments that are making unified communications and collaboration secure and reliable for enterprise users.
As telco capex spending falters, Juniper is focusing on SDN and greater diversification in a bid to drive new revenue streams through the rest of 2016.
The dominant cloud vendor says it's on track for $10 billion annual run rate.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: ESA, Viasat launch High Capacity Satellite Initiative; IoT collaboration in Belgium; Virgin Media's FTTP pledge; Telekom Austria's Q1; EE joins LTE Broadcast group.
Two co-general managers replace Bill Fathers heading up the vCloud Air business.
Light Reading brings you the latest news, information and insights about clouds for the enterprise. Yes, the enterprise.
Twitter's video push is changing broadband dynamics.
While everything else declined, cloud services grew revenue briskly in Apple's most recent quarterly earnings.
Cable operators have some key hurdles to overcome if they wish to fill the growing mobility needs of small and large businesses alike.
New fiber route marks first deployment of Infinera's expanded metro 100G product line, including the newly integrated Transmode technology.
There's a lot of work to do to boost digital service experience, according to the results of an extensive survey of enterprise executives.
Eventually enterprises will entirely offload wireless management to service providers, but the cloud service is a first step, Dell says.
Swisscom is providing a development platform, runtime environment, databases and IT service management to increase agility for a global reinsurance provider.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: EE trials programmable network in Scotland; Nokia buys health wearables company; TalkTalk launches non-subscription video streaming service.
New approach lets enterprises spin up security alongside apps and services and move away from trying to secure the network perimeter.
The $2.5 billion merged business, combining cloud and on-premises video, calling and collaboration, will have to operate in a market that's tough and getting tougher.
Swisscom is looking to increase flexibility and manageability for enterprise customers.
Peter Quinlan, VP of UCC Product Management at Tata Communications, talks about the evolution of the unified communications and collaboration services sector and how voice is now a big part of current developments.
After a long hiatus, Max Dingman, the CEO of a GeeGhiz, returns for a motivational board room pep talk.
Mitel sees the emerging category of service workers as providing great opportunities for growth.
Microsoft's core PC business is deflating faster than cloud business is rising.
CEO uses slightly disappointing earnings results call to say enterprise cloud business is doing great.
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.
In this latest installment of the CEO Chat series, Craig Labovitz, co-founder and CEO of Deepfield, sits down with Light Reading's Steve Saunders in Light Reading's New York City office to discuss how Deepfield fits in with the big data trend and more.
The company's quarterly earnings call was a welcome no-drama change-of-pace from the activity of recent months.
Revenue for cloud and other strategic areas is growing, but not enough to offset overall revenue decline.
Grant van Rooyen, president and CEO of Cologix, sits down with Steve Saunders, founder and CEO of Light Reading, in the vendor's New Jersey facility to offer an inside look at the company's success story and discuss the importance of security in the telecom industry.
Mitel has downplayed concern that its takeover of PolyCom could upset the latter's partnership with Microsoft.
Activist investor Elliott Management gets its way as Mitel and Polycom agree terms to create a bigger, more differentiated player in the enterprise and communications service provider markets.
Regina Dugan will develop breakthrough hardware as part of the company's ten-year plan for growth.
Realigning products and services around cloud for service provider, enterprise and consumer.
Google does a mea culpa as Google Compute Engine was out for 18 minutes worldwide Monday.
One of the industry's management and orchestration (MANO) development bodies has set itself a target of June for its initial release.
Facebook is expanding channels for people and businesses to communicate, including chatbots and live streaming video.
Zuck takes a swipe at Trump.
Sheila approaches her company's IT support director with a seemingly simple request, but Quilliam takes everything so 'technically'...
At the company's Global Analyst Summit, Huawei predicts further eye-watering growth for its Carrier Business Group -- and that spells bad news for its main rivals.
New rate plans, new services and an easier way to do business are all part of an effort to draw more wireline providers into the wireless biz.
Facebook and Microsoft see 'chatbots' as a rich new platform for enterprise partners. Despite the silly name.
Andy Jassy, who headed up AWS as senior vice president, gets a new title in recognition of his service -- and as a possible successor to Jeff Bezos.
A new Heavy Reading report examines why NFV, SDN and cloud are so important to CSPs, and explores their impact on data center infrastructure.
Optical fiber giant Corning is buying AFOP while GigPeak (who?) has completed the acquisition of video specialist Magnum Semiconductor.
OpenStack everywhere integrates software, hardware and services and runs on customer premises, using hardware, software and services provided by Rackspace.
Equinix Data Hub is designed to help enterprises enhance performance by locating data near its source, users and cloud providers.
Steve Vogelsang, the CTO of IP and Optical Networks at Nokia and President of the New IP Agency, talks to Light Reading Founder and CEO Steve Saunders.
The social network is building LinkedIn Platform as a Service, a private cloud foundation for diversifying services.
After a chastening month, ZTE publishes 2015 financials that reflect its ongoing spat with the US authorities, but which also show significant growth.
Open Compute Project (OCP) developments can help network and data center operators deal with the demands of hybrid clouds, the Internet of Things (IoT) and other emerging ecosystems and platforms, says Equinix CTO Ihab Tarazi.
Having previously made a seed investment in data center and industrial IoT asset management specialist NodePrime, Ericsson is now buying the whole lot.
Who could have anticipated that people wouldn't like having practical jokes added to their email?
Facebook developed its own hardware and software to gain the agility and efficiencies it needs to support Facebook, Messenger, WhatsApp, Instagram, streaming video and more on a global scale, says Network Team Manager Omar Baldonado.