Analysts foresee a slo-mo rollout for Google's gigabit fiber service
The usual patent spat comes down to the usual ending
Wi-Fi discussions move from offload to integration at CTIA as a number of vendors rise to the challenge
AlcaLu & Verizon are confirmed as the first small-cell vendors for Verizon Wireless' deployment in second half of 2013
Sprint pre-announces tri-band LTE devices that run on Clearwire's spectrum while upping the bid for its partner
Company expands TV viewer index, adding to the growing volume of set-top data now available to marketeers
New FCC report says over one-third of US homes still don't have high-speed data
Major UK mobile operator plans to become more responsive with the deployment of a new policy management platform from Tekelec
Also in today's EMEA roundup: Vodafone pulls out of BT's mobile beauty parade; Ericsson's Wi-Fi wizardry; trouble at O2 mill
Industry talk suggests the next version of Android will include OpenFlow support
Most customers sign up for both security and home automation, Digital Life's president reveals as AT&T launches seven additional markets
Reports suggests Microsoft is in talks with Time Warner Cable and others about replacing the set-top box with an Xbox
Home gateways are about to become a key weapon in the battle for broadband customers and new revenue streams, suggests report
Also in today's EMEA roundup: De Gucht ups the ante in subsidy row; Vodacom profits from African data boom; KPN raises €4B
Light Reading visits New York for its latest SDN-fest -- er, packet-optical conference
CEO John Chambers credits the NDS deal and Videoscape for Q3 revenue gains
Move over actors and models. The field tech is becoming the real face of service providers
When it comes to mobile data, would you rather 'set it and forget it' or get paid to play?
Big MSO and another undisclosed pay-TV provider are reportedly lining up offers
Five communications service provider (CSP) takeaways from four days at the Management World SPIT-fest
It's not the end game, but a new accord between Telefónica Digital and Samsung is showing the way for traditional telcos
As bandy-legged soccer legend Becks prepares to hang up his boots for the final time, Euronews dons its dress-down-Friday sarong and brings you what really matters: the latest EMEA telecom headlines
The mobile industry is looking south where smartphones and services still have a lot of room to grow
The storage networking maker saw SAN and IP sales slip, but tightened expenses save the day.
Snapshots from inside the TM Forum's Management World in Nice and outside in the sunny French Riviera
But CEO Bob Stanzione still expects a brighter second half
Satellite TV giant explores options to bypass rising broadcast retrans fees
Kotura, on the verge of producing a 100G transceiver, finds itself a buyer.
There's a particular application enterprise CIOs would like to see on their comms menu, says Colt exec
Yes, it's that exciting that Cisco's news wasn't so bad
Also in today's EMEA roundup: Saudi operator denies surveillance claims; Vodafone does VDSL with Deutsche Telekom; AT&T can't see much M&A potential in Europe
Another acquisition is imminent as the Service Provider IT (SPIT) specialist looks to bolster its OSS portfolio
MSO business unit will deliver Ethernet, HDTV and voice service to seven Midwestern hotels
Comcast joins Google in asking for a flexible-rate optical standard, rather than 400G or terabit, but that's easier said than done
What would it really mean to push software-defined networking to the optical layer? Sterling Perrin & Craig Matsumoto discuss
What they have in common is that they're on the mind of former CenturyLink exec Dennis Brouwer, who dished some advice at a recent Heavy Reading event
Major Service Provider IT (SPIT) vendor boasts multiple virtualized products
Users of Telefónica Digital's voice-over-IP service are spending 15 to 20 percent of their talk time within the app
Acacia gets another splash of cash as competition continues to thrive in 100G interfaces
Also in today's EMEA roundup: Huawei lands London-Paris 100G deal; Iliad triples Q1 revenues; ZTE goes after MVNOs
The concept of Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) is being adopted, and acted upon, more quickly than many expected
CEO Bob Stanzione cuts costs, talks of Motorola Home 'distractions' and highlights new cable product development
It's a complicated task to get software-defined networking to reach ROADMs, according to a Packet Optical Transport Evolution keynoter
Senate subcommittee hearing delves into a la carte TV and other video issues
Prepaid operator is experimenting with a big-data strategy internally with the goal of monetizing it for third parties
Microsoft's VoIP company wants to forge partnerships with carriers, but it's playing hard to get
Has the Surface Tablet ever been this popular?
Vendor unveils two new CableCARD tuners for Windows Media Center PCs
Fresh off a successful IPO, the packet-optical and SDN supplier is still in search of profitability
The packet side of the 6500 packet-optical platform gets some love
Also in today's EMEA roundup: French govt plans 'smartphone tax'; Vodafone's nice surprise from Verizon; BT's late with its Ethernet
Good news for vendors and operators but not so great for everyone, it seems…
The company's platform for cell towers and metro rings gets a boost in capacity and software
The GreenTouch consortium's ideas look great on paper, but when will hardware makers buy in and get the ball rolling?
4G Voice is operators' single biggest concern when it comes to signaling, Diameter vendor suggests
Company is reportedly exploring set-top options beyond the Xbox
Even before 5G is defined, Samsung says it has tested so-called 5G millimeter wave technology at 1-Gbit/s.
Network becomes first major broadcaster to start streaming live programming
A new Light Reading initiative explores how – and why – network operators can scale and accelerate investment in Wi-Fi
Is this the biggest industry event giveaway of all time?
Analyze this? Or analyze that? The operator back-office data deluge is generating more questions than answers
Also in today's EMEA roundup: Telecom Italia fined by antitrust body; ambulance-chasing in the UK; NSN scores with CEM at Zain
As NSN's optical spinoff comes to life, it's greeted with the news that a European customer is buying 100G from Infinera
When you've got less than 24 hours in Vegas, what do you do? Run around and snap photos, right?
Who says you can't get à la carte TV service?
The policy control market is poised to more than double over the next five years, as operators put policy at the heart of their strategic thinking
For CEO Philippe Tartavull, 2013 is all about getting Comverse back on track as a relevant, focused service provider IT giant.
AT&T's network president promises initial VoLTE market launches with 3G fallback in 2013
Also in today's roundup: Spain's 4G race is on; Telecom Italia won't cede control of fixed-line network; antenna firm snapped up
Recovers from early dip as it goes public and plans one helluva party
Well, maybe they went light on the 'frenzy' part. But they did shoot some hoops
UK incumbent's sports content strategy has all the makings of an 'own goal'
A growing list of new MVNOs with nonsensical names rides Tier 1 networks in the US
The MSO reports lower video and overall net revenues in first quarter
Veteran cable adversary pushes Senate bill to promote à la carte pricing
AT&T wants Wi-Fi in every small cell it deploys in the near future but managing such a broadband ménage à trois is tricky, explains the operator's network operations president
Also in today's roundup: euNetworks borrows €45M; Ooredoo deploys Tata's IPX+ platform; Neelie's going nowhere!
China Mobile puts its 4G network equipment bid process on hold, and leaves vendors on tenterhooks, as it weighs rollout strategy
An Interop panel takes a swing at what the application/network relationship will look like as software-defined networking takes hold
It's not as though Wi-Fi is Cisco's entire business, but Aruba and Ruckus's recent stumbles aren't exactly good signs
The open-source project that's trying to upend data-center hardware has turned its eye on the network. Cue dramatic music ...
Telecom analytics specialist is on a tear in North America, with AT&T possibly its next port of call
The uncarrier says its on track to cover 100 million pops with LTE by mid-year, but it'll be playing catch up for awhile
Verizon Wireless CEO says that small cells will arrive on the operator's network later this year
The company's advertising data unit combines set-top info with 'psychographic' data to enhance analytics
Either way, there's a spot of bad news for the optical components side
Top MSO becomes latest player to abandon paid video chat
Global Capacity's VP of Product and Marketing Mary Stanhope discusses proactive network monitoring, unified Ethernet and TDM interconnects – and the 'original' Sabrina
Also in today's EMEA roundup: Q1s from Telefónica, Deutsche Telekom and Telekom Austra; former Murdoch man to head up Virgin Media
The promise of Metaswitch's Project Clearwater lies not in making IMS software cheaper, but in repurposing that software to more powerful ends, one analyst claims
A survey of 8,700 global wireless users suggest they'll jump ship if data quality isn't up to par
Cisco, Juniper and other more traditional Interop speakers might get overshadowed by the forces of virtualization
TiVo attraction helps operator add video subs in first quarter
Shareholders are asking the Windows Phone maker to choose a different road, but none are paved with gold.
Ahead of the annual Management World event in Nice, France, we ask: What would be good to see at the SPIT sector's major jamboree?
Ma Bell continues its weekly launches of LTE markets with five new LTE towns now live
Major MSO reports higher Q1 revenues but loses more basic analog subscribers, reversing year-ago video gains
Comcast unit combines live and on-demand workflows in a single system
Karl-Heinz Nenner from Deutsche Telekom talks about the operational efficiencies that operators are expecting from network functions virtualization (NFV)
Also in today's EMEA roundup: Motorola Mobility's patents strategy in the spotlight; Liberty Global sees growth; T-Mobile Austria has its day in court
Finisar is reportedly providing the laser arrays in Arista's highest-density 100G switch
Another member of Cisco's SDN team is off to seek greener pastures
Other overbuilders have tried and failed, but Google might have the right formula to succeed, a Wall Street firm says
Clearwire urges its stockholders to accept Sprint's cash, ignoring Dish's bid and admitting it has few alternatives
Operators are still interested in APIs. They just don't need a vendor's help, Alcatel-Lucent says
It's the third-largest US telco's first FTTP 1Gig network build, but it could set the stage for more to come
Landlines might not be popular and mobile margins are under pressure, but Europe's telcos are gaining TV customers
Also in today's EMEA roundup: UK's Imagination sees shares fall; Belgacom first-quarter profits down €28M; funding round FeedsHenry $9M
Snapshots from Genband's conference in Orlando, featuring speakers, rock shows and surprises
Operators want to breathe new life into voice, but it will take more than better-quality calling
The chip giant has gained some seasoned telecom API smarts with a strategic acquisition in Northern Ireland
Sprint will vote on Softbank's takeover on June 12 and expects the deal to close by July 1
Expands its business services portfolio with hosted VoiceManager IP Centrex offering
The top insights, opinions and quotables from Genband's Perspectives conference in Orlando
With its growth in retransmission revenues, no wonder CBS wants Aereo out of the picture
Device maker's enterprise platform is winning over enterprises that feared Android security and fragmentation
Also in today's EMEA roundup: Telekom Austria deploys voice core with ZTE; BT probed over broadband wholesale prices; BSkyB creates jobs
Tom Wheeler, former CTIA head and NCTA president, could soon add FCC to his collection of initials
Comcast could take home $3 billion haul in commercial services this year
Service provider IT (SPIT) big hitters Amdocs, Comverse and Asia-Info Linkage can all feel pleased with the start to 2013
Sprint's three-horse merger and Verizon buying up Vodafone are likely next up in the M&A mania – what happens after that, though, gets murkier
Who needs those pesky CFP-sized transceivers, anyway?
While triple-play gains and X1 progress look good for Comcast, the bad news is that its video subs attrition rate is on the rise again
Henry 'The Dude' Bohannon at Tata Communications talks Carrier Ethernet, globalization, PBB, SDN and The Big Lebowski
The combined company talks big about 'smoking fast' 4G in 90% of the top 25 metro areas in 2014
Former Light Reading Cable editor is back in the hot seat, covering MSO and video developments
Sales may have faltered but the test specialist is ramping up R&D spending in areas such as 4G and SDN to prepare for new business
Also in today's EMEA roundup: Vivendi considers SFR flotation; Telefónica's data center launch; M2M in Germany
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