A small number of companies, most of them based in America, now play host to critical systems used globally.
Orange Silicon Valley COO Gabriel Sidhom examines how the dynamic between hyperscalers and traditional service providers is changing.
The market is booming on the back of ever-growing data consumption and legal data localization requirements – as Google announces a cluster of data centers.
Zoom buys cloud call center business Five9 for $15 billion, eyeing a new market for its Zoom Phones and Rooms.
Bell Canada says it's 'shifting critical workloads' to Google Cloud, which has also nabbed the UK's Vodafone and Spain's Telefónica.
What if we looked at the recent telco cloud deals through Roseboro-tinted glasses?
Japanese supplier will also migrate 11,000 employees worldwide onto the Azure platform.
Last week's telecom news highlights included some revealing numbers about the annual MWC Barcelona event, the US government walking back an unprecedented cloud computing contract for its defense systems, and a whimsical story about 5G-connected, remote controlled cars in Las Vegas, where the high temperature on July 12 will be 113 Fahrenheit.
European Consumer Organisation complains that WhatsApp has been pressuring users to accept new terms that are far from transparent.
Lumen says customers of both companies will be able to run Microsoft Azure services closer to the data source by utilizing Lumen's edge computing services.
The vendor is still finding it difficult to make headway against SD-WAN incumbents such as Cisco and VMware.
Companies like AT&T and Dish Network are putting their core network operations into the Big Tech cloud at the same time that Republicans and Democrats are uniting in their anger at FAANG.
A longtime market watcher reacts to the new AT&T and Microsoft cloud arrangement with a measure of surprise and a few more questions.
A statement issued by the Pentagon points to concern about reliance on a single supplier as well as the shortage of cloud options.
US tech heavyweights have warned planned anti-doxxing laws in Hong Kong may drive them from the city because of 'disproportionate and unnecessary' penalties.
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Extricating itself from a single-supplier deal to run its core network in the public cloud could be a challenge if the relationship turns sour.
Microsoft plans to acquire AT&T's cloud technology, and to hire hundreds of AT&T's cloud technicians. In return, AT&T will be able to put its networking operations into Azure.
The man responsible for the industry's most state-of-the-art telecom network takes aim at the public cloud.
We're halfway there. Catch up with us on Mobile World Congress. Here's what we didn't get to – and some links to the things we did.