Deutsche Telekom's Senior Vice President Technology Europe, Kerstin Günther, gives Light Reading CEO Steve Saunders an update on the operator's transformational network revamp, which is set to have a dramatic impact on operating costs and new business development.
Yvette Kanouff, SVP and GM of Cloud Solutions at Cisco, discusses her new role in shaping her company's approach to the cloud as well as how employers can attract more women to the communications industry.
It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a new TiVo product!
IP networking giant's $260 million takeover of CliQr complements other hybrid cloud moves.
II-VI has prevailed over a rival Chinese bidder to buy Anadigics, which said it might not have lasted through another month of bidding and counter-bidding.
AT&T makes good on OTT plans.
New enhancements to Enterprise Cloud build on company's ongoing investment in data centers and its internal extensions to OpenStack.
Cisco introduces the HyperFlex data center server, combining compute, storage and networking to challenge a market dominated by high-flying startups.
AT&T changes its tune on capex spending.
DT wants unnamed suitors to simmer down until after the 600MHz auction in the US this year.
New Brahmaputra software release features a more robust platform and more mature working processes to move NFV forward more quickly.
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Also in today's EMEA roundup: EU gives green light to Dell-EMC; Vodacom abandons Neotel bid; Turkcell offers to buy TeliaSonera's Eurasian business.
Netronome CEO Niel Viljoen discusses how his company is bringing the efficiencies of mega-scale data centers to the mainstream.
India's fourth- and fifth-biggest mobile operators are joining forces.
AT&T is reported to be using Huawei's equipment in Mexico.
Verizon is hoping that a simpler, somewhat entertaining approach to explaining data breach scenarios will spread the work more effectively.