The deal will improve HPE's focus on 'hybrid IT,' which includes multi-cloud, edge, software-defined infrastructure and the traditional data center.
Never mind the missing headphone jack, feel the speed!
Achieving QoE is a complicated process that should start with a complete rethink of how a network should be measured, followed by the development of a QoE policy.
Amazing new 5G innovations are coming below 6GHz -- it's not just about mmWave.
New funding round signals market demand for new WiFi solutions and Celeno's products in particular.
New filings by the NAB, NCTA and AT&T hint at what the FCC's revised set-top proposal could look like.
Former Ericsson executives have founded a startup that aims to make the 'onboarding' of virtual network functions much easier.
IBC starts this week in the Netherlands, or is it Holland? It's certainly being supported by the Dutch.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Orange trials all-IP PSTN in Poland; Telecom Italia boss defends monster remuneration; Microsoft opens UK data centers.
Intel's Lynn Comp joins WiC on Tuesday, Sept. 13 at 1PM EST to talk company culture -- what it is, how to craft a positive one and how to communicate it internally and externally.
Complaints about a spectrum skew are unlikely to get 3 very far.
Nonpartisan ITIF does its regular review of candidate policies on innovation and technology, finding Clinton has lots of ideas, Trump almost none.
Phase A guidelines from the Ultra HD Forum don't include over-the-air delivery of 4K Ultra HD TV.
Combined with Intel's RealSense technology, the Movidius platform could allow computers to recognize images in the way that people do.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: big guns take aim at 5G; Sky prepares for IPv6; Facebook reshuffles in Europe; EE gets Cat 9 ready.
Slobodin may have been under immediate pressure to quit following previous allegations of corruption at VimpelCom.
Spectrum constraints might not be Europe's biggest 5G problem but they could hinder its chances of keeping up with Asia and North America.
Huawei unveils new products to help operators take advantage of on-demand opportunities.
5G is about more than just faster mobile broadband, notes Tom Sawanobori, SVP and chief technology officer at the CTIA.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Telefonica confirms Telxius IPO; new blood at Colt; Telia's Mr. X; DT demos entertainment over 5G.
SoftBank's Ren Tanaka will be responsible for new business development at chip designer ARM, but he will not be in charge of the company, insists the Japanese operator.
French cable giant opens its wallet again to snap up the part of SFR it doesn't own and to acquire IT and operations partners as it seeks to streamline its operations and introduce the 'Altice Way.'
Before tech can be cool, it has to be normal, says Global Capacity VP of Marketing Mary Stanhope as she calls on the industry to ditch preconceptions.
Iliad will struggle to have the same impact in Italy as in France.
The Music City is hoping for gigabit love from Google Fiber, but utility pole attachment rules may put that romance on ice.
Security is a looming issue as IoT devices prove to be easily invaded, but is the broadband industry prepared to act?
Optical transport vendor has joined the ranks of the SDN controller brigade and, in doing so, claims 'open' bragging rights over some key rivals.
What companies should glean from network traffic patterns during the Olympic Games in Rio.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: eir returns to growth; O2 unveils smart-home offer; BT sues Valve; Deutsche Telekom spices up its offer with music and video streaming.
By offering free voice and cheap data services to Indian consumers, RJio could deal a further blow to India's biggest mobile operators.
This week in our WiC roundup: We learn the tech girl boss formula; returnships pave the way for women re-entering the workforce; Australian Army troops told to 'get out' if they are sexist; and more.
Destruction of Amos-6 satellite denies Facebook a critical technology for providing Internet services in Africa.
CFO Shammo has presided over periods of dramatic acquisition, growth and change at America's largest mobile service provider.
Ciena's revenues up by 11.2% as non-telco customers contribute more than one third of fiscal third-quarter sales.
For Google, a patchwork of different wireless and wired technologies – managed by software – might be its most interesting option.
The Chinese equipment vendor reckons dozens of vertical markets are on the cusp of embracing cloud technology.
The integration of its MediaFirst television platform with the RDK software stack is the latest sign of Ericsson's commitment to the pay-TV market.
Top speed through Las Vegas for two intense days of VMworld 2016.
Also in today's EMEA regional round-up: SoftBank's Tanaka to head ARM; Nokia unveils 4.5G Pro technology and a 4.9G plan; Orange cosies up to Iran's MCI; Telecom Egypt forks out on 4G; Equinix expands in Brexit-land.
As video consumption swells across all available player devices, the industry is looking to transition from quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM) technology to Internet Protocol (IP) and that migration is making multicast adaptive bit rate (M-ABR) a top choice for providers.
Join Women in Comms for its 10th networking breakfast and panel discussion, where we promise to tackle those uncomfy questions, on Wednesday, Sept. 14, in Denver.
The Chinese equipment behemoth will take a year longer than originally planned to make $10 billion from enterprise sales, a leading executive has revealed.
OpenStack needs improved stability, SDN support, performance and security to become carrier-ready, an AT&T executive says.
The most mind-numbingly obscure technology you'll hear about this year is going to help data centers keep up with the exploding demand for cloud computing services while saving beaucoup bucks.
Level 3 and Nokia research shows a surprising recent flood of security issues regarding both IoT devices and mostly Android devices.
Europe's attempts to define hardline net neutrality rules could deliver a blow to the region's telcos.