Arris misses its Q2 numbers and cuts financial guidance for 2018 as a component crisis continues to put stress on its key CPE business.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Three makes progress in Q2; Brits love smartphones, but not for talking into; telcos and e-sports.
The research cloud will run OpenStack, an example of that software's future in specialized cloud settings, including high-performance computing, says Mirantis co-founder and CMO Boris Renski.
Veteran test and measurement firm seeks more strategic role in service assurance, 5G rollouts and cybersecurity.
Nutanix is climbing the cloud stack by acquiring Mainframe2, aka "Frame," which delivers cloud-based Windows desktops and applications.
T-Mobile plans to take on the cablecos and others with a massive 5G push to bring broadband and video to the home.
Cable op introduces 802.11ax router alongside plans for a more advanced in-home small cell that will also sport LTE and IoT antennas.
Larry Ellison loves to insult AWS, but Amazon isn't going to put up with it much longer.
Sprint says it has a few massive MIMO arrays live in market, which is key to Sprint's mid-band mobile 5G push in 2019.
Italy's second-largest operator blames competition and US measures against its Chinese supplier for earnings setbacks in the first six months.
Creating a new IP-delivered, multiscreen pay-TV service or bundling in an existing OTT TV service are among the alternatives that smaller cable ops are weighing as they grapple with the growing cord-cutting trend.
The DHS National Cybersecurity Summit brought together a wide range of stakeholders across government, industry and academia to discuss collective efforts to battle cyber attacks. AT&T, in particular, stood out as it fretted about losing the 5G technology lead to Europe and China.
Developers need tools that let them make fast, incremental changes to cloud applications, says Google's Adam Seligman, VP of developer relations.
OSS company hits revenue targets and says global business boss Shuky Sheffer will succeed Eli Gelman as CEO later this year.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: big business wants an earlier copper switch-off in UK; Deutsche Telekom's pre-paid IoT offer; KPN invests in cybersecurity startup.
Kontron will combine its white box hardware with Inocybe's open source software, including its open source SDN controller and other software.
Former EE boss our favorite to succeed Patterson as BT boss as odds lengthen on Garfield and internal candidates.
Market reaction suggests Ericsson is now racing ahead of Nokia, but the contest between them is finely balanced.