Cohen will be responsible for driving continued growth in the partner channel through education, awareness and resource sharing programs.
Nokia introduces application containers enabling communication service providers (CSPs) to easily install applications on customer premise equipment.
Henthorn joined the organization in 2004 and was named president and CEO in 2016. The board has begun the process of naming her successor.
Annual scholarship program, run through the SCTE Foundation and WICT, is named after Catherine Oakes, a long-time SCTE exec who died in 2013.
Light Reading today announced that early-bird pricing for entries to Light Reading's Leading Lights awards program will be ending soon.
Annual scholarship was created to honor the late Catherine Oakes, a former SCTE exec who died unexpectedly in 2013.
Renowned human rights activist will join AnitaB.org President and CEO Brenda Darden Wilkerson in fireside chat.
$10,000 awards designed to help female undergraduates get started in STEM and pave the way for the next generation of technology leaders and innovators.
Patricia Elias joins CSG from Service Source International.
Ma was most recently SVP of engineering and general manager, overseeing FreeWheel's Beijing office.
The list recognizes prominent and established female leadership that have collectively managed 100 acquisitions worth more than $55 billion and nearly 20 IPOs.
Tech is bulking up workforces to weather COVID's impact on existing employees.
Event is set for November 12 from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. MST, to feature speakers from Comcast, Charter, CableLabs and more.
CEO of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers Raquel Tamez and SVP of Global Alliances at Trend Micro Sanjay Mehta join the cause.
Through its annual industry benchmark for the representation of women in technology, nonprofit social enterprise AnitaB.org has named ADP the 2020 Top Companies for Women Technologists Winner in the Large Technical Workforce category.
Former worldwide sales executive for Cisco brings 25-plus years of networking and enterprise sales experience to PacketFabric's networking-as-a-service business.
Sheldon has broad experience across legal and business affairs, strategy and operations for both public and private companies.
Peggy Johnson, who has worked at Microsoft and Qualcomm, will be the CEO of struggling virtual reality company Magic Leap.
Robert Stabile, lead independent director of the company, has assumed day-to-day oversight of the company's senior executive team on an interim basis.
Former TIBCO and Knight Ridder exec takes over to help Juniper's IT strategy take shape.
DigitalEurope's General Assembly has elected Hilary Mine, VP and Market Unit Leader for the Nordics, Baltics and Benelux at Nokia, as its first female president.
Award-winning multimedia journalist, editor and content strategist brings her talents to Light Reading.
'With these changes, we will have 43 percent women in the executive management, exceeding our 35 percent target, as well as three nationalities,' Telenor CEO Sigve Brekke said in a media statement.
Christina Davis was head of drama series development for CBS for 11 years.
Can she do it? Yes she Kearns!
Scholarship was created to honor Cathy Oakes, an SCTE/ISBE exec who died suddenly in 2013.
In honor of International Women's Day, experts share key findings on the female economy.
Dave Labuda appointed non-executive chairman of the board and senior advisor.
Verizon Media hires Rathi Murthy, a senior technology exec who held leadership roles at Gap, American Express, as its new CTO.
Smaller firms have more than twice as many women in leadership roles than larger firms.
Conference set for November 14 in Denver.
Inaugural chapter event includes a panel discussion hosted at the AWS Loft with female tech CEOs and a Google exec, moderated by a principal at New Enterprise Associates.
Many apply for software, engineering and developer jobs without STEM degree.
Huawei joined in partnership with Belgium nonprofit organization Close the Gap to provide digital skills training to rural and remote communities in Kenya.
Zayo is committed to achieving diversity companywide.
Cloud Girls, a Next-Gen Tech Think Tank, has joined forces with Telecom for Change, a nonprofit supported by telecom companies, to raise funds to support technology-based afterschool programming for young women in underprivileged and underserved areas.
Zerto fosters a world-class, customer solution-focused IT resilience sales organization.
'We now have 37 5G commercial contracts – 20 with named customers including T-Mobile, AT&T, STC and Telia...' said Nokia CEO Rajeev Suri.
Marsh, the world’s leading insurance broker and risk adviser, today announced the winners of its inaugural #ReWRITE all-women risk and insurance hackathon event held earlier this month in New York and Phoenix.
Companies recognized for active programs that accelerate shattering the glass ceiling for women in technology.
They'll be fêted May 9 in Denver.
HPE's new cybersecurity game and curriculum to educate Girl Scouts on safely and defensively navigating the Internet and social media.
Organization working to raise $70 million toward developing the next generation of female leaders in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields.
Suma Nallapati has served on Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper's cabinet as Secretary of Technology and State CIO.
Former Bloomberg exec joins ad sales unit of Comcast.
Formerly of ATX Networks, Ruth Lee brings 30 years of experience to the Ontario-based broadband provider.
Sigma Systems, the global leader in catalog-driven software, today announced that its CTO, Catherine Michel, has won the 2018 Total Telecom World Communications Women in Telecoms Award.
StarHub has bagged the top honors in Asia Pacific for Gender Equality, and is ranked fifth globally among corporate stalwarts such as General Motors and L'Oreal in Equileap's list of the world's top 200 companies, leading the way in gender equality.
Comcast NBCUniversal is the exclusive sponsor of Episode Two and will co-host the premiere event.
She succeeds George Kliavkoff, who is exiting to join a yet-unnamed entertainment company.
Former Verizon exec on board to help ad-tech company navigate wireless industry.
Renner, the former chief information officer for Thales, succeeds Phil Baldock.
Armour is the US's first African American female combat pilot.
In this role, Howe is responsible for all functions for the US, Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean, including sales, customer service, product management, finance, HR and operations.
Kris Rinne has been elected to Synchronoss's board of directors.
Comcast NBCUniversal is contributing $100,000 to Latinas in Tech, a non-profit organization with the mission to connect, support and empower Latina women working in the technology industry.
While watching the Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom trailer, Xfinity X1 customers can find showtimes and buy tickets on Fandango by saying 'get tickets' into the voice remote.
For this year's Viva Technology, Orange is pleased to announce the launch of Orange Fab France 'Women Start.'
WiC partner VMware gives $15 million to a new Women’s Leadership Innovation Lab at Stanford University to focus on research on systemic biases in the workplace in the pursuit of advancing female leadership.
Cox moves up from No. 18; company recognized for 13th time among Top 50.
Cinedigm is pleased to announce the formation of a new female-focused OTT channel, Gatherer.
The Maren Group is a private consulting group focused on issues of economic abuse including sexual harassment, discrimination, domestic violence and child support enforcement.
Research into the 2018 Best Workplaces in Technology reveals that tech companies struggling to create an inclusive workplace should foster an environment where each employee can be their own authentic self.
Mary Clark has joined Synchronoss as its new chief marketing officer.
Inge Smidts, currently Chief Marketing Officer for Liberty Global, will become CEO of C&W Communications in February 2018.
Elder joins WOW to replace CEO Steven Cochran, who will retire from the company next year.
Wicked Flicks Productions today is announcing an early, exclusive showing of The Chasing Grace Project photo exhibit titled 'Persistence.'
AT&T Foundry will work with third-party developers and companies to test low-latency cloud computation for autonomous cars, AR/VR, drones and more.
Groundbreaking fin-tech entrepreneur Sheena Allen profiled in new doc She Started It.
Over 200 freshmen and sophomore women at CUNY will participate in 2-week program across dozens of companies; Campaign will open doors for more young women in tech sector.
New hire brings deep leadership experience to support global demand for secure vector routing.
It's a deep dive in Denver.
Integrated solution to help small to medium-size businesses increase revenue and improve customer service
New option encrypts data at the layer 1 optical level to avoid data loss if optical lines are tapped or traffic is misdirected.
Former Intel manager Shlomit Weiss joins Mellanox as senior vice president of silicon engineering.
Women in Comms invites the industry to attend two upcoming networking events: a breakfast in Denver on Sept. 28 and a luncheon in London on Nov. 1.
Cisco to build "video network foundation" for Viacom's multiscreen video services
Picciolo, Marchetti, Martin to join Liberty Global's Fries and Charter's Rutledge for kick-off session.
World's largest 'smart bike' sharing service plans to use IoT solutions from AT&T and Qualcomm.
SD-WAN is the first product on Comcast's new ActiveCore platform.
Richard Lynch, also on the boards of BlackBerry and Sonus, joins the board of wireless startup Cohere.
Charter donations also include $1M worth of free PSA time.
Verizon's streaming services will power Canadian company Stadium Digital's sports video platform.
For its fiscal third quarter to July 31, Ciena reported revenues of $728.7 million, up from $670.6 million a year earlier.
DeviceBits is one of four late-stage startups selected to participate in the Cablelabs-backed UpRamps Fiterator program.
Comcast nabs third X1-related Emmy.
Sprint, Boingo and AT&T to headline special breakfast workshop at inaugural MWCA.
Verizon expands the Software-Defined Technology Ecosystem with security offering for network reliant applications.
The New IP Agency (NIA) has rolled out a six-point manifesto that details the organization's strategy for advancing the development and uptake of network virtualization and automation technologies around the globe.
Following a similar roadmap to its residential D3.1 launches, Comcast is introducing new business services based on DOCSIS 3.1 in several east coast cities.
BT is working with Dell EMC to determine the potential of disaggregated switching technology as it looks for ways to support its SDN and NFV plans.
Comcast's Internet Essentials program has hit a milestone in connecting 4 million low-income Americans in 1 million homes.
Verizon is touting its Virtual Network Services as a way to create more security for and control over mobile-to-cloud transactions with Amazon Web Services.
Pre-configured services are easier to consume, including premium features at a flat rate.
Managed service combines private MPLS connections with public Internet to optimize application traffic flow.
Ad targeting company 605, which is backed by Dolan Family Ventures, has garnered investment from Charter along with a promise of set-top data from the nation's second largest cable company.
The company is embracing edge computing to move the data crunching from the device to the cloud, using 5G to keep latency low.
Vodafone will provide teenage girls across 26 countries, including 14- to 18-year-old girls in India, with coding training.
In partnership with Path Forward, Verizon and Boingo will offer 16-week paid return to work internships this fall for those wanting to come back to work after a break for caregiving.