Why CSPs should adopt an omni-channel approach to improve the customer experience and regain their competitive advantage
At SCTE Cable-Tec Expo in Atlanta last week, Arris and its partners demonstrated how fast broadband links can enable a growing array of smart-city applications.
HBO's first-ever blackout with a pay-TV distributor surfaces as DoJ tries to block AT&T-Time Warner merger.
With a tariff increase on the horizon, the Boston-based maker of cable modems and gateways looks to move production out of China, raise product prices.
The Cupertino King has been increasing prices to offset a slowdown in unit sales. But it doesn't want you to know about it.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Safaricom comes on strong; Sweden approves Tele2/Com Hem deal; Spotify shares slump on margin-shaving plans; inventor of web says 'careful now.'
This week in our WiC roundup: Latinx women lag in VC funding; Google pays off its bad boys; glass cliffs are the new glass ceilings; and more.
OTT video-focused promotion enters fray as Verizon sees an increase in broadband-only subs in the Fios services mix.
Service providers need to broaden their view of what uCPE can offer to include not just VNFs but virtual functions that support basic IT.
Mansoor Hanif turns up to one of the WiFi industry's big events and tells attendees why cellular is so much better.
Chris Cholas, also late of Intel, named VP of hardware, firmware and special projects.
Moving from legacy technologies like MPLS won't happen overnight, and operators need to find a way for legacy and new technologies to coexist in a hybrid WAN environment, said Comcast's Kevin O'Toole.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Three UK uses carrier aggregation; Swisscom struggles on home turf; Nordic bigwigs get serious about sustainability; US slams UK tax plan.
The International Space Station's onboard computer will start chewing on real scientific data, after a year running test suites and benchmarks.
Microsoft's $7.5 billion GitHub acquisition and IBM's $34 billion purchase of Red Hat mark the final end of open source's outlaw period. Light Reading looks at how open source went mainstream, and what the revolution means for business.
UK telecom incumbent says job cuts are starting to support growth in earnings, but its sales performance remains dire outside the consumer business.