New deal signals Comcast's rise in the advertising business.
New industry initiative to define and enable inter-carrier network-as-a-service offerings draws support of seven other top industry organizations.
Toby Ford, AT&T, tackles the challenges of and solutions to successfully implementing NFV MANO.
Service providers are increasingly unhappy with their suppliers, and they are making their feelings known.
Federico Guillén, president of Fixed Networks at Nokia, explains why fixed broadband access networks are becoming increasingly important in a wireless world and talks about other key trends.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Altice fined for jumping the acquisition gun; du pairs up with MediaTek for IoT; UK Information Commissioner puts brakes on Facebook's WhatsApp data-gathering.
IGR and KodaCloud say your WiFi smells funny.
Orange Romania CEO updates on VoLTE and WiFi calling progress as Orange continues to roll out services in Europe.
ISPs look to a more enterprise -- and possibly wireless future -- as Windstream buys dial-up pioneer EarthLink.
Don't underestimate the technology Trojan Horse.
BT's Neil McRae injects the issue into day-long OSS event and industry leaders agree there aren't easy answers right now.
When cloud application performance goes bad, Nyansa looks to diagnose the problem.
Japanese service provider reports increase in earnings despite revenue stagnation.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: the cost of a gigabit society; Telia acquires Phonero; Wind/3 Italia deal signed and sealed; Deutsche Telekom on drone alert.
First software release touts 'any service over any network' approach to orchestration of virtual and physical functions.
The imminent introduction of 5G requires a new framework and platform for the whole ecosystem that takes multiple verticals into account, explain Dino Flore, the 3GPP RAN Chairman, and Erik Guttman, Chairman of the 3GPP's Services and System Aspects Technical Standards Group (TSG SA).
Being BT's biggest single shareholder may no longer suit Deutsche Telekom.
Orange reaffirms that fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) and 4G are the technology pillars of its fixed and mobile convergence strategy.
RJio risks losing a lot of its new customers once its free data offer comes to an end.
Bharti Airtel is making it easier for women to return to work after having children, and CIO Harmeen Mehta is hoping more will join the workforce in India.
Oracle clinches NetSuite buyout despite efforts by NetSuite investor T. Rowe Price to block the deal.
A total of 15 cities will have access to Comcast's DOCSIS 3.1-powered gigabit service by early 2017.
Eyal Waldman, CEO of Mellanox Technologies, speaks to Steve Saunders, CEO of Light Reading, for an exclusive interview about the 100 GB cable challenge, cybersecurity and much more.
The assets go to a consortium of investors, as CenturyLink picks up coin for its $24 billion Level 3 acquisition.
TM Forum's Peter Sany has been shown the door, replaced by Nik Willetts as interim President and CEO.
TiVo reported solid Q3 earnings and a new five-year licensing deal with Samsung, but a lawsuit with Comcast continues to throw shade on the company's financial results.
Big US telco sets major staff layoffs as it struggles to revamp its operations and stem further customer and revenue losses after Verizon deal.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Vodafone's Dutch sale confirmed; Virgin's third quarter; KPN invests in tech fund; Turkey throttling.
This week in our WiC roundup: Google brings the Internet to rural Indian women; Peter Thiel faces Silicon Valley criticism; the pay gap breakdown by industry; and more.
Backed-up lead times cast a blot on otherwise glowing quarterly results.
The 600 MHZ auction rides again!
A little known capital company has scooped up FPGA vendor Lattice Semiconductor for $1.3 billion.
Marvell Technology Group is divesting unspecified non-strategic businesses, reducing R&D spending and laying off 17% of its workforce -- 900 employees.
As it proceeds with the integration of TWC and Bright House cable systems, Charter has begun rolling out its Spectrum packages and pricing in its new markets.
Rackspace is now off the markets and focused on delivering managed services to connect enterprises to multiple clouds.
Intel Security has announced what it's calling an enhanced unified defense architecture. So what does that mean?
Arris may want to acquire wireless networking assets, and Ruckus just came up for sale.
Vodafone is on a multi-track journey to implement its SDN/NFV strategy but needs cloud-native, cloud-ready next generation tools from its technology partners, explains David Amzallag, the operator's head of network virtualization and SDN/NFV.
German operator unveils ambitious virtualization targets but says it cannot realize its 'cloudification' ambitions alone.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Swisscom treads water in Q3; Ericsson extends Turkcell partnership; Privacy Shield faces French legal challenge.
Next week will see the release of the first OPEN-O implementation.
China's biggest operators have told Huawei it faces a stark choice about its future focus.
During another glowing quarterly earnings call, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg talked about the company's plans to make video the primary mode for Facebook users.
Crown Castle's acquisition of FiberNet is all about getting additional fiber network assets that can hook up small cells.
Microsoft introduced Teams, an Office version of Slack's chat app for the workplace that's attracted a cult following.
Broadcom is buying Brocade, and will then turn round and off Ruckus and more to focus on the SAN business.
Industry organization meets with multiple open source groups to discuss how its reference architecture for hybrid network management can extend to them.
When it comes to interactive television, there are some things the pay-TV industry never learns.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Omantel connects Africa and Asia; TDC slips in Q3; Telia slams Swedish government's auction ruling; UC's gone fishing.
The vendor battle over the copper-fortifying technology is starting to heat up.
Huawei's Operations Transformation Summit 2016 is underway in Wuzhen, China.
The top four players dominate the cloud market through sheer weight, according to a report from Synergy Research Group.
The transport sector is now home to the Open Packet DWDM initiative and Voyager, a white box transponder and routing solution.
Compare and contrast: A look at the price points and adoption levels for existing OTT services paints a picture of the future for AT&T's DirecTV Now offering, and it's not great.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: IoT in Ireland; KPN launches VoLTE service; UK pumps £1.9 billion into cybersecurity; did Trump ping Russia?
Despite much competition to develop the 5G standard, readers reckon that trad standards bodies such as the 3GPP and the ITU will hold sway on the next-gen spec.
Microsoft's new Project Olympus is not only a new specification for server hardware – it also offers a model for speeding up open source hardware development.