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Google Fiber puts Omaha on its target list
News Analysis | 9/30/2022

Google Fiber is pursuing a license agreement to build a fiber network in Omaha that, if successful, will set up a fight with incumbents Cox and Lumen.

Is German fiber finally gaining Fahrt?
News Analysis | 9/30/2022

More than a quarter of German households can now access fiber, but work lies ahead to meet the target of full gigabit coverage by 2030.

MTA boosts latency, resilience with fiber route to Chicago
News Analysis | 9/30/2022

Matanuska Telecom Association recently launched a new leg of its terrestrial fiber network connecting Alaska and Chicago. Execs said it was necessary to 'avoid the Pacific Northwest.'

It's game over for Google's Stadia
News Analysis | 9/29/2022

Google will issue refunds on Stadia hardware and games but stressed it's 'deeply committed to gaming.' That promise connects with a new product called Immersive Stream for Games that counts AT&T as a customer.

Starry has solid potential, but financing needs fixing – analyst
News Analysis | 9/29/2022

Starry 'delivers a good product and generates good unit economics,' but investors will stay on sidelines until the FWA specialist resolves its long-term financing issues, MoffettNathanson says.

The Divide: How FirstLight is connecting communities with middle-mile fiber
LRTV Interviews | 9/29/2022

This week: FirstLight Fiber's Maura Mahoney, chief marketing officer, and Patrick Coughlin, chief development officer, talk about tackling the digital divide through fiber 'onramps and off ramps,' their work with local nonprofits and institutions and more.

Eurobites: Deutsche Telekom launches own-brand 5G phones
News Analysis | 9/29/2022

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Europe braces for mobile network blackouts; Scott Petty made CTO at Vodafone; Proximus trumpets fiber expansion.

Cable broadband: More than a speed saga
News Analysis | 9/27/2022

Raw broadband speed is still important in the multi-gig era, but messaging from cable industry execs at SCTE Cable-Tec Expo zeroed in on network reliability and meeting elevated customer expectations.

Google Fiber is about to go big with the Gigs
News Analysis | 9/27/2022

Touting a 20-Gig test and 'journey' toward a symmetrical 100-Gig future, Google Fiber plans to 'dramatically expand our multi-gigabit tiers' in the coming months, says unit CEO Dinni Jain.

What's the story? Helium Mobile's high hopes for MVNO
LRTV Interviews | 9/27/2022

Mike Dano explains how Helium Mobile's MVNO will work and which new and noteworthy elements Helium Mobile will bring into the US wireless industry.

Some cable ops will play the waiting game with DOCSIS 4.0
News Analysis | 9/27/2022

Midco and GCI are among the operators that will push the limits with DOCSIS 3.1 before considering a bigger leap to DOCSIS 4.0.

Telecom services severely restricted in Iran amid protests
News Analysis | 9/27/2022

The Iranian government is restricting Internet and mobile access in response to nationwide protests. Whether Starlink can help is unclear.

Charter launches Spectrum TV app on XClass TVs
News Analysis | 9/26/2022

Launch of Charter's pay-TV app on Comcast's initial family of smart TVs comes as both operators to rev up plans for a national streaming joint venture.

OpenVault CEO on why ACP customers are such big data users
LRTV Interviews | 9/26/2022

Mark Trudeau, the founder and CEO of OpenVault, said speed tier upgrades among customers on the FCC's Affordable Connectivity Program is what likely drove usage in that group higher than the average in Q2 2022.

Charter exploring converged core, based on 3GPP, that can manage wired networks
News Analysis | 9/23/2022

Charter is developing a 'proof of concept' showing a converged core, based on 3GPP, that can work with wired networks. 'That doesn't exist today,' says Charter's Manish Jindal.

Cable ops will use both options for DOCSIS 4.0 – CommScope exec
LRTV Interviews | 9/23/2022

Guy Sucharczuk, CommScope's top access networks exec, believes cable ops could end up using both Extended Spectrum DOCSIS and Full Duplex DOCSIS in their DOCSIS 4.0 networks. 'You're going to use the best tool to get what you need,' he says.

The Notebook Dump: Ericsson acquires Vonage, national spectrum strategy, eSIM startup and Elvis impersonators
LRTV Interviews | 9/23/2022

Light Reading editors get together for an informal recap of what's happened during the work week ended September 23, 2022.

10G, PON and pandemic PR: Light Reading's super-official SCTE Cable-Tec Expo wrap™
LRTV Interviews | 9/23/2022

Light Reading's Jeff Baumgartner and Nicole Ferraro, and Omdia's Jaimie Lenderman discuss takeaways from the SCTE Cable-Tec Expo in Philadelphia, where vendors and operators shared network upgrade strategies, pondered PON and more.

The Buildout: More 'GREAT' news for Spectrum, Yellowstone Fiber goes live
News Analysis | 9/23/2022

This week in broadband builds: Spectrum gets millions more in 'GREAT' grants; ReConnect awards $502 million; Yellowstone Fiber live in Montana; NTIA awards $29 million for Alaskan tribes; Cajun Broadband breaks ground – and more.

Eurobites: Orange teams up with Netskope for security at the edge
News Analysis | 9/23/2022

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: OneWeb brings connectivity to superyachts; the digital divide and what to do about it; Iran blocks the Internet.

New ACA Connects CEO on drawing a bead on BEAD
LRTV Interviews | 9/22/2022

Grant Spellmeyer, the new CEO of ACA Connects, explores the opportunities and challenges ahead for independent cable ops that intend to participate in the $42.45 billion Broadband Equity, Access and Deployment (BEAD) program.

CableLabs CEO digs into who met the '10G Challenge'
LRTV Interviews | 9/22/2022

Light Reading connects with CableLabs President and CEO Phil McKinney to discuss the winners of the first '10G Challenge,' a contest to find innovative use cases for multi-gig speeds, low latency and enhanced security.

The Divide: Ziply VP chats rural fiber builds, permit reforms and micro-trenching
LRTV Interviews | 9/22/2022

This week: Jessica Epley, vice president of regulatory and external affairs at Ziply Fiber, joins the podcast to discuss the company's rural buildouts, federal funding and why permit reform is one key to closing the digital divide.

Eurobites: Ofcom launches probe into UK cloud services
News Analysis | 9/22/2022

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: more holograms ahoy; FiberCop partners with BrainBox; Ericsson touts AI apps for network troubleshooting.

Vocus targets resources sector with $670M in cable builds
News Analysis | 9/22/2022

Backed by new owners, Australian fiber player brings capacity and diversity to remote northwest and northern regions.

Charter advances on DOCSIS 4.0
News Analysis | 9/21/2022

Charter's private DOCSIS 4.0 tech demo showed a six-amplifier cascade powered by production silicon delivering 8.3 Gbit/s downstream and between 5.3 Gbit/s to 5.5 Gbit/s in the upstream.

Chris Winfrey to succeed Tom Rutledge as Charter CEO
News Analysis | 9/21/2022

Chris Winfrey, currently Charter's COO, will succeed Tom Rutledge as president and CEO effective December 1. Rutledge will continue as executive chairman and stick with the board through 2023.

Cable connects with coherent optics
LRTV Interviews | 9/21/2022

Curtis Knittle, VP of wired technologies at CableLabs, offers an update on the cable industry's pursuit of coherent optics, including potential deployment scenarios and when the technology might be put to use.

Southern Linc plots exit from Florida
News Analysis | 9/20/2022

Network operator Southern Linc is a subsidiary of utility provider Southern Company. It offers service in territories where Southern Company owns electric utilities – and that's no longer Florida.

Comcast reaches 'second phase' of its DAA journey
News Analysis | 9/20/2022

Comcast has accelerated its deployment of a distributed access architecture as it starts to set the stage to offer symmetrical, multi-gig services to tens of millions of homes by 2025, exec says.

Cable industry pursues upgrades in face of its 'life or death' moment
News Analysis | 9/20/2022

Comcast's David Watson and Liberty Global's Michael Fries discussed the industry 'talent gap,' network upgrade strategies and cable's 'existential' moment in a fireside chat at the SCTE Cable-Tec Expo this morning.

With T-Mobile MVNO deal, Helium Mobile to be 'world's first crypto carrier'
News Analysis | 9/20/2022

Nova Labs plans to offer mobile smartphone services under the Helium Mobile brand starting in the first quarter of next year. Customers will be able to access the T-Mobile network and the Helium network.

Altice, Charter will deliver free broadband to NYC housing residents
News Analysis | 9/20/2022

Through 'Big Apple Connect,' New York will subsidize Altice and Charter to deliver free service to NYCHA residents. Verizon is TBD, said the city.

Eurobites: TalkTalk urges more action on FTTP take-up
News Analysis | 9/20/2022

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: MTN Nigeria launches 5G services with Ericsson; France's FANG challenge proves toothless; Orange opens 5G test lab in Cote d'Ivoire.

Comcast says key ingredient for wide rollout of DOCSIS 4.0 and '10G' has passed the test
News Analysis | 9/20/2022

Comcast said it has successfully tested an FDX Amplifier that will enable the operator to deploy symmetrical multi-gigabit DOCSIS 4.0 technology across its widespread HFC network.

California bill would let wireless in on broadband grants
News Analysis | 9/19/2022

Wireless industry is pushing California Governor Gavin Newsom to sign a bill enabling the state to award broadband grants on a 'technology-neutral basis.'

SCTE Cable-Tec Expo roundup I: Comcast goes green, suppliers amped for DOCSIS 4.0
News Analysis | 9/19/2022

Also in this news roundup: CommScope streamlines support for Android TV and RDK, vendors trot out 1.8GHz network gear and a potential path to DOCSIS 4.0.

Reminiscing with Bob Gold about cable milestones, Dan Aykroyd and media screwups
CxO Spotlight | 9/19/2022

Bob Gold, the PR guy who's been representing cable tech companies since the late 1990s, joins the podcast to play a game of 'Remember When' as his agency reaches its silver anniversary.

Harmonic goes network-agnostic with 'Pebble-2' module
News Analysis | 9/19/2022

Harmonic's new remote device for distributed access networks is designed to support remote PHY, remote MACPHY along with PON and DOCSIS 4.0 access networks.

A closer look at the 5G midband buildouts of T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon
DanoVision | 9/19/2022

From spectrum to branding to phones, here are some of the key public details that T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon have released about their ongoing upgrades to the midband version of 5G.

CableLabs' Kyrio unit tackles mobile hotspot automation
News Analysis | 9/16/2022

Kyrio's new 'ARC Hotspot' platform automatically shifts all of a home's Wi-Fi connected devices to a mobile hotspot when the primary broadband link goes down.

The Notebook Dump: Broadband proliferation, chicanery and hotel soap
LRTV Documentaries | 9/16/2022

Light Reading editors Kelsey Ziser, Nicole Ferraro and Mike Dano join sentient vanilla latte Phil Harvey for an informal recap of what's happened during the work week ended September 16, 2022.

Feds push for BGP security updates, but ISPs balk at mandates
News Analysis | 9/16/2022

Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is a basic routing protocol used to exchange information among various networks on the Internet. Many argue it's not secure, but there's disagreement on what to do about that.

Hughes debuts low-latency broadband that mixes satellite and cellular
News Analysis | 9/16/2022

Supporting both geostationary satellite and cellular links, the satellite broadband company's new 'HughesNet Fusion' option is first being introduced in parts of the southeast US.

Light Reading's super-official SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2022 PreviewTM
LRTV Interviews | 9/16/2022

Light Reading's Jeff Baumgartner and Nicole Ferraro and Heavy Reading's Alan Breznick chew the fat on what they think will go down in Philly at Cable-Tec Expo. Tangible updates on cable's readiness for DOCSIS 4.0 seems a given...

Sparklight 'persisting' with grant challenge to Conexon in Louisiana
News Analysis | 9/15/2022

Despite outcry from the East Carroll community, Cable One says Sparklight will persist with challenging Conexon's $4 million grant to build broadband.

Comcast would explore Hulu buy, 'if it was up for sale,' CEO says
News Analysis | 9/15/2022

Comcast's Brian Roberts said he'd be open to buying 100% of Hulu if the opportunity arose. On the broadband front, there 'are a lot of flaws with fixed wireless,' he said.

Brightcove CEO braces for the next big shift in streaming
CxO Spotlight | 9/15/2022

Marc DeBevoise, Brightcove's new CEO, joins the podcast to discuss his plans and vision for the company, what's surprised him about the evolution of the streaming market and why 4K is still a drop in the overall streaming bucket.

Eurobites: Ireland's Enet in €50M fiber foray
News Analysis | 9/15/2022

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Wi-Fi 6E trial in Portugal; Arm serves up new chip design; Liquid rents space on Eutelsat Konnect satellite.

CEO says HFC upgrades are smarter for Charter
News Analysis | 9/14/2022

"It's a lot cheaper to do DOCSIS 4.0 than it is to do a fiber overbuild," said Charter Chairman and CEO Tom Rutledge.

QOS Networks CEO brings AIOps to Zayo Group
LRTV Interviews | 9/14/2022

Former CEO of QOS Networks Frank Cittadino discusses why Zayo acquired managed service provider QOS Networks, Zayo's edge and AI strategies, and plans for future acquisitions.

Frontier CEO doesn't fear DOCSIS 4.0, FWA threats
News Analysis | 9/14/2022

Fiber is 'a better product than cable,' says Frontier CEO Nick Jeffery. FWA is 'nibbling' at Frontier's copper base, but can't keep up, he adds.

Why we need broadband-enabled power grids now
Guest Perspectives | 9/14/2022

The cable broadband industry has a shrinking window of opportunity to educate policymakers about two new synergistic American National Standards Institute (ANSI) standards to fix the electric power grid

Fiber upgrades 'the right thing to do' – Altice USA CEO
News Analysis | 9/13/2022

Altice USA's plan to upgrade millions of homes to fiber in both urban and rural settings set up the company to drive down opex costs and escalate subscriber gains and broadband ARPU, Altice USA CEO Dexter Goei said.

Charter halts ads claiming its download speeds are 20x faster than AT&T's
News Analysis | 9/13/2022

Ad watchdog determines that Charter's download speed claims imply that AT&T doesn't offer speeds comparable to Charter's 1-Gig service and that the telco doesn't offer Internet speeds faster than 50 Gbit/s.

The Buildout: Tennessee awards $447M for broadband
News Analysis | 9/13/2022

This week in broadband builds: FCC authorizes more RDOF bids; Tennessee awards $447 million; AT&T to build in Martinsville, Indiana; Brightspeed, Charter win in North Carolina; Colorado awards $23 million; Redzone runs on ngFWA in Maine.

Eurobites: TalkTalk creates new wholesale units
News Analysis | 9/13/2022

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: BT and Amos share a Digital Vision; Google facing adtech lawsuits in UK and Netherlands; Orange Business Services rebrands.

MaxLinear 'AnyWAN' chips target FTTP, DOCSIS and FWA
News Analysis | 9/12/2022

MaxLinear's new family of gateway chips are designed to support multiple access networks and software platforms, and help its device and operator partners get a better grip on supply chain constraints.

FCC inspector general says 'dozens' of ISPs claimed fraudulent ACP funds
News Analysis | 9/12/2022

Meanwhile, data shows the program is still only reaching 36.5% of eligible households and could run out of funds by March 2025.

Eurobites: EU fiber supply chain lacks resilience, says Corning boss
News Analysis | 9/12/2022

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Nokia strengthens its software offering; Intracom gets out of Russia; EU to launch Big Tech consultation in 2023.

The Notebook Dump: New iPhones, data center alleys and Comcast's big gigs
LRTV Documentaries | 9/9/2022

Light Reading editors Kelsey Ziser, Jeff Baumgartner and Phil Harvey gather around for an informal (let's be honest, downright silly) discussion of what's happened during the work week ended September 9, 2022.

Ziply Fiber raises $450M for greenfields and 'edge-outs'
News Analysis | 9/9/2022

Ziply Fiber CEO Harold Zeitz says the company is exploring additional opportunities to build fiber networks in the northwestern US that will span 'hundreds of thousands' of new homes and businesses.

Telia Finland, Nokia claim 5G FWA network slicing first
News Analysis | 9/9/2022

Duo claims a world first commercial launch of guaranteed service levels for FWA home broadband users using 5G standalone.

How state-level subsidies might refill cable's broadband subscriber tank
News Analysis | 9/9/2022

Amid pessimism about cable in the face of slowing broadband sub growth, state-level buildout programs for rural US markets 'could play a role in a modest reacceleration,' suggests a top industry analyst.

Eurobites: Telecom Italia sets enterprise stake sale in motion – report
News Analysis | 9/9/2022

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: OneWeb teams up with Telstra; Arqiva, MediaKind tackle headend operations; French fiber latest.

Comcast to unleash symmetrical multi-gig speeds in 2023
News Analysis | 9/8/2022

Comcast is launching 2-Gig downstream speeds today and will follow with the launch of symmetrical multi-gig speeds in some markets starting in 2023, and to more than 50 million homes and businesses before the end of 2025.

Falcon V Systems CEO: Open season for 'open' DAA
CxO Spotlight | 9/8/2022

Ulf Andersson, former Ericsson and MobiledgeX exec, now heads Falcon V Systems, a cable-backed startup focused on 'open' distributed access architecture.

The Divide: TruConnect's Danielle Perry on the role of MVNOs in keeping people online
LRTV Interviews | 9/8/2022

This episode features Danielle Perry, chief compliance officer at TruConnect, on the important role of mobile virtual network operators and federal subsidy programs in closing the digital divide.

Eurobites: Telefónica Tech finds remote control
News Analysis | 9/8/2022

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Deutsche Telekom sounds a warning; OneWeb steers a course for autonomous shipping; more boxes from Nokia, ADVA.

Former Comcast exec Dennis Mathew tapped to succeed Dexter Goei as Altice USA CEO
News Analysis | 9/7/2022

Goei is leaving the CEO post at Altice USA amid growing broadband sub losses, an aggressive fiber upgrade initiative, an evolving mobile strategy and the potential sale of the operator's rural-focused Suddenlink systems.

DOCSIS 4.0 network upgrade costs should be 'reasonable' – Charter CFO
News Analysis | 9/7/2022

DOCSIS 4.0 products are still in development, but the network upgrade path should be 'pretty capital-efficient to deploy when we get there,' Charter's Jessica Fischer says.

FWA not 'good enough' for the long term, AT&T CFO says
News Analysis | 9/7/2022

Fixed wireless access has potential in targeted instances where fiber buildouts are economically unattractive, but AT&T will continue to place big bets on fiber buildouts, says company CFO Pascal Desroches.

T-Mobile strikes deal to unload legacy Sprint wireline biz to Cogent for $1
News Analysis | 9/7/2022

T-Mobile's sale of the former Sprint wireline business is valued at $1, but terms of the agreement call for T-Mobile to purchase $700 million in transit services from Cogent over several years following the closing of the deal.

NTIA grants will fund 'a lot of non-fiber technology,' says Alan Davidson
News Analysis | 9/7/2022

The NTIA chief said while much funding will go to fiber, grants will fund a 'healthy mix' of broadband technology. But whether they do is up to the states.

Eurobites: Hyperoptic highlights broadband big beasts' 'bonus windfall'
News Analysis | 9/7/2022

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: EE upgrades 5G; Gulf states clamp down on Netflix; Nokia sharpens its industrial edge.

RDK passes 100M device deployments worldwide, eyes FWA use cases
News Analysis | 9/7/2022

The community behind the operator-backed open-source stack for video set-tops, broadband gateways and connected cameras, is also exploring use cases for connected TVs and 5G fixed wireless gateways.

These states have broadband on the ballot this November
News Analysis | 9/6/2022

Broadband is on the ballot for millions of US voters this year, with some states and counties seeking to amend their constitutions or bypass laws to make room for federal funding.

Technetix broadens reach in the Americas with Lindsay Broadband buy
News Analysis | 9/6/2022

Technetix and Lindsay Broadband overlap in some HFC product areas, but the acquisition will also help Technetix expand its mobile and powering portfolio, Technetix CEO Paul Broadhurst says.

BT tech clean-up could save it £500M, says CTO
News Analysis | 9/6/2022

The UK operator is a hotchpotch of old and new technologies, but all that could change this decade.

Deadline extended: 2022 Light Reading Leading Lights still open for entries
The Philter | 9/6/2022

Light Reading is accepting nominations for outstanding achievements in 5G, broadband, optical networking, edge computing and more. The new deadline is Friday, September 16, 2022.

Eurobites: UK phone maker claims pole position in satellite-infill connectivity race
News Analysis | 9/6/2022

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Irish data watchdog fines Meta; BT brings connectivity to Scottish wind farms; Nokia bolsters DCspine.

Eurobites: Has French Netflix challenge run out of road?
News Analysis | 9/5/2022

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Deutsche Telekom and Telefonica go roaming on the edge; it's showtime for SkyShowtime; Iskratel merges with S&T Slovenija.

Giganet flies into the Cuckoo's nest in UK fiber takeover
News Analysis | 9/5/2022

A merger between the two small broadband operators could be a sign of what's to come in a market brimming with fiber investors.

Trans-Pacific subsea cable set for $2.5B construction boom
News Analysis | 9/5/2022

The Asia-Pacific capacity market is set for another surge in expansion, with a wave of new cables to be built in the next two years.

First FCC broadband map to come in November, says Rosenworcel
News Analysis | 9/2/2022

The FCC also said a challenge process will open on September 12 for state and local governments and service providers. The public will get to weigh in after a first draft of the map is released.

Lumen tops US Carrier Ethernet Leaderboard
News Analysis | 9/2/2022

Market demand is increasing for Ethernet services ranging up to 100+ Gbit/s, according to VSG. In addition, customers that need higher bandwidth connectivity are looking into alternatives to Ethernet, such as wavelength and dark fiber services.

Eurofiber, Nokia step up multi-country fiber buildout
News Analysis | 9/2/2022

Nokia will help open network provider Eurofibre expand its footprint in Belgium, Germany, France and the Netherlands.

Liberty Global JV kicks off fiber network construction in Germany
News Analysis | 9/2/2022

With a focus on greenfield areas, Liberty Networks Germany expects to start connecting customers by the end of 2022 and sell broadband services under the 'helloFiber' brand.

The Divide: Tarana's CEO on why FWA isn't a 'stopgap to fiber'
LRTV Interviews | 9/2/2022

Basil Alwan, CEO of Tarana Wireless, joins the podcast to discuss the company's unique approach to fixed wireless access and how Tarana is helping WISPs in the US and abroad close the digital divide.

Frontier agrees to $60M settlement in Connecticut covering fiber builds, DSL upgrades
News Analysis | 9/1/2022

Frontier's settlement with the Connecticut AG covers expanded access to 'economically distressed communities,' an end to hidden Internet surcharges, and an overhaul of the telco's marketing and customer service.

Breezeline outage caused by 'two separate cuts' to fiber facilities
News Analysis | 8/31/2022

The company confirmed it was the second of two incidents that damaged the fiber backup circuit, taking customers offline for several hours.

MVNO lobby group trashes making Big Tech pay in EU
News Analysis | 8/31/2022

MVNO Europe says proposals circulating in Brussels to extract 'financial contributions' from Big Tech would harm competition and disrupt economics of Internet traffic handling.

Eurobites: Ericsson updates on 5G subs
News Analysis | 8/31/2022

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Virgin Media O2 CEO calls for VAT cut on social tariffs; Eir numbers slip in Q2; Orange looks to Comarch for billing systems.

Starlink hit with global outage
News Analysis | 8/30/2022

Starlink was out for a few hours overnight, coming back online Tuesday morning. Ironically, the outage comes days after SpaceX and T-Mobile touted a plan to eliminate cellular network dead zones in the US.

Navajo Nation urges FCC to approve Sacred Wind sale to ATN
News Analysis | 8/30/2022

Navajo representatives told the FCC that ATN's acquisition of Sacred Wind will 'greatly benefit the Navajo People' and accelerate broadband expansion to unserved regions.

UK to bus in 'thousands' of foreign workers for fiber – report
News Analysis | 8/30/2022

Home secretary Priti Patel willing to fast track skilled workers through the immigration system to speed up deployment of 'gigabit-capable' networks.

Iliad hails strong first half with eye on challenges ahead
News Analysis | 8/30/2022

The group keeps a 'vigilant eye' on volatile financial and energy markets.

ZTE hikes earnings 12% on growth across the board
News Analysis | 8/30/2022

China's no.2 telecom vendor says digital transformation, investment in infrastructure and projects like the east-west computing scheme will bring opportunity.

Corning, AT&T to build a new plant for fiber optical cable
News Analysis | 8/30/2022

With financial help from AT&T, Corning's plant near Phoenix is expected to open in 2024, support about 250 jobs and add critical capacity amid record demand for fiber.

Eurobites: Orange chooses Equinix for telco cloud boost
News Analysis | 8/30/2022

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Italy's new cloud infrastructure joint venture selects a CEO; KPN extends SD-WAN offer; WightFibre switches off copper network.

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