Huawei joined hands with leading parties in the UHD industry to form a new collaboration initiative.
At the fifth Ultra-Broadband Forum (UBBF 2018), Huawei released the Cloud VR Solution White Paper, providing an overview of the architecture and detailing the solution from the perspectives of the cloud, pipe, and terminal ecosystems.
India's telecom service provider Idea Cellular and Huawei recently announced that they had successfully built converged, efficient, future-oriented and sustainable ultra-broadband networks.
The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) recently announced the official release of the RFC 8453 Framework for Abstraction and Control of TE Networks (ACTN) and RFC 8454 Information Model for ACTN.
In a fully connected and intelligent era, autonomous driving is becoming a reality.
Since Huawei's 100G solution became commercially available, it has been widely applied on operator networks around the world. Here are some of the success stories.
Will we ever have enough bandwidth?
Cable and hybrid heat up Germany's broadband battle.
There's a lot of M&A activity in Europe being driven by demand for fiber assets.
The UK mobile giant has entered the TV services market to offer a quad play package, but it lacks a key ingredient – exclusive content.
Vendors and operators are working on a new optical transport standard for fronthaul and backhaul deployments.
Light readers believe that fiber will always have an edge on wireless when it comes to broadband speeds.
Norwegian operator Broadnet believes the broadband sector is hampered by regulation from the 1980s.
Telcos need to think more strategically about the types of technologies in which they invest, says a Telecom Italia executive.
Revenue sharing is chief barrier to operator-OTT partnerships, finds panel.
Fiber investments will go ahead no matter what happens with net neutrality regulations, according to the views of the Light Reading community.
Are we about to see the start of true fiber-based broadband access competition in the UK?
India has an ambitious plan to take high-speed fiber broadband to the country's extensive population, but progress is slow.
Will connection speed always be the key metric used to measure the attractiveness of a broadband service?
Competitive pressures have forced the Swiss incumbent to develop a broader menu of fiber-based broadband services than most other telcos.
BT has undertaken further trials of G.fast and is opening up a new R&D lab to focus on such developments.
One of the 'fathers' of the Internet says the global IP network's transport layer needs an overhaul.
Huawei demands more investment-friendly ultra-broadband regulation from governments around the world.
Almost half of our poll respondents opted for fiber as the best medium for mobile backhaul.
Daniel Tang, CTO of Huawei's Fixed Network Product Line, takes a look at the evolution and future outlook of the global 4K industry.
In Europe, Spain's the broadband market to watch currently.
Municipal fiber networks in Europe have had mixed success.
Most broadband operators are on a collision course with OTT players.
Backhaul capacity needs have fuelled the dark fiber market once more.
Virtualization has breathed new life into the IP+optical integration movement.
The arrival of Google Fiber has shaken up the US fixed broadband market and lit a fire under AT&T.
Eastern Europe has some of the most advanced fiber broadband markets in the world. But why?
Poll results suggest vectoring will play a significant role in some broadband markets in the coming years.
Beyond vectoring, there's yet further opportunity to squeeze more broadband life out of copper lines.
There are plenty of ways for operators to squeeze even more life out of their existing copper access networks, including vectoring.
The ultra-broadband era is driving fiber and WDM to the edge of the network.
Investment in fiber broadband access has helped the German incumbent's domestic operation turn a corner.