BT's networks business is under pressure to build its full-fiber network as efficiently as possible. Monitoring tools from EXFO could make a difference.
WeLink described its financial agreement with Digital Alpha Advisors, which is tied to Cisco, as a 'template for the network operator of tomorrow.'
Opponents of the takeover say Nvidia would have little incentive to sell Arm's designs to its competitors.
A new white paper warns that 5G is far from complete in China and that a cross-industry ecosystem has yet to be established.
After Trump administration pressure, the New York Stock Exchange again delists telecom giants China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom Hong Kong.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Telia gets ready to Ramboll; Netflix increases its prices in UK; CityFibre breaks ground in Nottingham.
Latest offer to support businesses comes with the requirement to sign up to a 36-month contract.
T-Mobile reported that its postpaid phone churn was 1.03% in the fourth quarter of 2020, which the financial analysts at New Street Research said was 'down dramatically year-over-year.'
Only Indian suppliers have been invited to provide a core network for India's state-owned telco.
Viasat, a Starlink competitor, argues that Starlink's mega-constellation will harm the Earth's atmosphere, increase orbital debris and worsen light pollution.
After testing the service in 4G LTE during 2020, T-Mobile confirmed it is now offering 5G devices and services through its Home Internet fixed wireless offering.
Light Reading's Phil Harvey and Omdia's Dario Talmesio discuss some big topics that will shape the year ahead for communications service providers (CSPs).
Dana Strong succeeds Jeremy Darroch as Sky Group CEO. Comcast has yet to announce a replacement for Strong, who has been heading up the cable operator's consumer services.
With victims of last year's explosion needing urgent support, a software bot developed by the non-governmental organization proved critical.
Trying to bind his successor's hands, Donald Trump bans US transactions with Alipay, WeChat Pay and other Chinese payment apps.
Chinese supplier reportedly wants to start a 6G conversation with the government. Like it or not, claimed Huawei's corporate affairs guy in Australia, China will lead in 6G and – wait for it – 7G.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: UK mobile operators help out with home schooling; Iskratel is high in fiber; Kenya imposes Digital Services Tax.
Saudi operator to deploy 60,000 Nokia Fastmile 5G FWA gateways in next 12 months.
Verizon has focused much of its recent energy on small cells for its millimeter wave spectrum. That could change as it eyes CBRS and, potentially, C-band deployments.
New 'Sparklight TV' service will launch in early 2021 and support apps for Android TV, Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV devices.
First Verizon planned to shutter its 3G network at the end of 2019. Then it delayed that plan to the end of 2020. Now, Verizon says 'we don't have a plan to shut it down at this time.'
Fire up your 6G console and leap from the dreary surroundings of your London flat to the foodie heaven of Barcelona.
India-based group to integrate French specialist's eSIM technology with its MOVE mobility and IoT platform.
OTT-TV company says sub base has blown past 545,000 subs, but analysts still believe the business model for virtual multichannel video programming distributors is 'broken.'
In big U-turn the New York Stock Exchange reverses its decision to delist telecoms giants China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom Hong Kong.
Five days in and already 2021 is getting weird – with Jack Ma's turn in the barrel as regulators close in on Alibaba.
Intelligent Wireless Network Steering (IWiNS) technology is designed to help mobile users optimize their connections across Wi-Fi, LTE and CBRS networks on an application-by-application basis.
US Ignite's Mari Silbey shares how her organization is partnering across the industry to address broadband access in underserved areas.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Italtel board accepts bid from PSC Partecipazioni; A1 Telekom Austria joins HERE's data exchange; Vodafone does deal with Discovery.
T-Mobile has 'succeeded in forcing competitors to pay far more than originally anticipated,' speculated the financial analysts at MoffettNathanson.
Following troubles with a large, unnamed North American customer that may be Verizon, Nokia named Ed Cholerton as its new North American chief.
Roku in 'advanced talks' to acquire a catalog of short-form premium fare could bring a batch of exclusive content to The Roku Channel, the WSJ said.
T-Mobile warned that hackers accessed 'phone number, number of lines subscribed to on your account and, in some cases, call-related information' of some customers.
They urge Comcast to yank back introduction of usage-based broadband policies in the cable operator's northeastern US region.
Predictions stories are rampant around this time of year. Here's what not to expect in 2021.
More homeworking and virtual doctor visits mean more hacking threats on your IoT devices in 2021, as installed devices double to 45.9 billion by 2025.
In the latest US blow to the China tech sector, the NYSE has announced the three state-owned operators are being delisted, and will cease trading by January 11.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: STC tests open RAN; Inflexion takes stake in Daisy Group; Ericsson fuels 5G for DTAC in Thailand.
Dish has gathered together technology partners and experts to help with its launch of a cloud-native open RAN 5G network in 2021.