The emergence of 5G around 2020 will bring new tech inventions galore, from flying cars to talking animals to holographic phone calls. Not to mention faster download speeds.
New ONOS Blackbird release focuses on performance, scale and availability.
Raises concerns Arista faces too many distractions.
This year's Optical Fiber Communication (OFC) Conference and Exposition took place in the welcome heat of Los Angeles -- check out our pics from the show.
Comcast will start rolling out a symmetrical 2Gbit/s residential broadband service in Atlanta next month over a fiber-to-the-home network.
TV Everywhere is gaining momentum, with apps available from nearly every major programming group and ever-growing viewer numbers.
The Swedish vendor has undergone a significant transformation during the past few years, adjusting to the demands of next-generation communications companies.
On the show floor at OFC, optical tech specialist Emcore was showing off its DOCSIS 3.1 capabilities.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Belgacom offers cloud service for SMBs; Swisscom takes stake in banking software specialist; BT/EE latest.
Light Reading CEO Steve Saunders visits Ericsson's labs in Stockholm to find out about the vendor's 5G device prototype from the leader of the vendor's 5G product strategy, Håkan Andersson.
Embrane makes lifecycle management software for virtual network appliances. They're snappy dressers too.
Charter stands poised to gain TWC-like scale, prime cable systems, access to key metro markets, WiFi assets and business services heft if its proposed $10.4 billion buyout of Bright House goes through.
Here are a few of the top broadband-flavored April Fools' Day headlines from around the web today.
It's 5G month at Light Reading, which means we're exploring everything from what 5G entails, what it means for the industry, its challenges, opportunities and progress across the globe.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Anite completes on Setcom buy; fiber link for South Sudan; Wales becomes 'Net Neutrality Nation.'
IT giant puts its cloud, analytics and systems integration foot forward and plants a flag in the IoT market.
Canadian mobile giant says new technology will confer benefits over older voice systems used by rivals.
White boxes run the company, says administrator.