Comcast is trialing SIP trunking in three US markets and plans to take it nationwide by the end of 2014, an executive reveals in NYC.
SON startup grabs patents and a CEO as it eyes optimization for LTE in 2014.
Digitalsmiths report shows a large percentage of 'cord-cheating' pay-TV subscribers aren't buying VoD content from their pay-TV providers.
MSOs still have a lot of opportunity, however, especially among the very small and SMB set.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Twitter-tracker wins VC funding; ADVA lands 100G deal; dual-screen handset launches.
We're calling out the executives from across the globe who are talking a big game and making important progress in small cells.
One analyst sees reason for hope for Ixia amid lawsuit threats, a delayed SEC filing, and a troubling CEO exit.
First policy speech from new FCC chair supports competition first, but promises to protect "open" Internet and consumer rights to access.
In bid to boost VoD revenues, Comcast teams with Nielsen and networks to test new ad system for on-demand viewing.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Iliad adds 4G to the cut-price mix; US gives all-clear to Microsoft's Nokia buy; Firefox OS reaches Italy.
Here are five top 'consumer experiences' to, well, experience this holiday season.
Giant US MSO now deploys native IPv6 support to over 75% of its broadband network, with goal of reaching 100% by early 2014.
CloudNFV is being open about drawing on work of existing and new standards bodies -- are others building NFV this way?
Recently listed service provider IT specialist is the latest vendor to offer a virtualized session border controller for 4G players.
Amazon CEO stokes commercial drone debate suggesting that Amazon could be delivering packages with remote control aircraft by 2018.
Industry gossip has Sprint moving its HQ to California.
Facing financial challenges and a potential sale, Time Warner Cable, like other cable companies, is getting more imaginative with service bundles.
'Let us show them how to play the pipes of peace...' (McCartney, James)
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: eircom's revenues on the slide; DT cuts jobs at T-Systems; Niger cancels third of country's mobile numbers.
Canadian operator deploys IMS gear from Ericsson as it readies itself for 4G LTE services development.