Network expansion and managed services deals have been all the rage in India this year as operators respond to the arrival of 4G new entrant Reliance Jio.
French IoT developer is planning an initial public offering in the next couple of years but says it needs to have 100 million devices on its network before this happens.
Some of the biggest cable companies are itching to perform essentially three upgrades at once, but the technology just isn't there. Yet.
Amazon's Snowmobile service is designed to truck data around the country at a rate that's obscenely faster than data transfer on a gigabit broadband connection.
Neither consumers nor device manufacturers are motivated to act to halt IoT-based botnets, but ISPs likely are and they are going to need help.
Spectrum sharing is becoming a bigger issue as the 5G radio specification evolves.
WOW COO Cash Hagen paints broadband data caps as an inevitability.
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French service provider sheds light on ECOMP trials while AT&T cites evidence of growing service provider interest in the platform.
Former AT&T security chief urges telecom security industry to speak up now and insist on greater understanding of what's at stake and more resources.
M&A activity in particular helps fuel security problems when 'unknown' network resources are left unprotected.
Sterling Perrin of Heavy Reading examines how SDN shows promise in enabling IP and optical integration in the final course in Upskill U's SDN series.
RJio claims to have broken records for customer growth at a tech company, but it still seems unlikely to hit year-end targets.
KPN is building an IoT strategy based on investments in both LTE-M and LoRa.
MSO plans to get more aggressive in fiber deployment as it builds a national brand for business services, executive says.
Cable operator could face a huge bill to achieve its goal of connecting US homes to a high-speed FTTH network over the next six years.
New platform supports SD-WAN as a virtual network function, incorporating automatic service turn-up, embedded cloud and orchestration.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Nokia phones licensing deal signed and sealed; AsiaInfo downsizes in Europe; Virgin's new box; Amazon eyes Italian power stations.
Swedish video delivery system specialist is set to join the Nasdaq Stockholm exchange next week.