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Amazon, Dish peddle 5G products for the enterprise

Amazon kicked off its annual AWS re:Invent trade show with a new AWS Private 5G product. Meanwhile, AWS customer Dish Network touted its own 5G plans.

Hit the road, Jack: A Twitter retrospective

The resignation of Twitter's Jack Dorsey robs tech of an idealistic eccentric, with Parag Agrawal now stuck sorting the platform's monetization woes.

Ho ho ho – telco Xmas list asks Europe to scrap net neutrality

The region's big players have written a hopeful letter asking for mergers to be approved, spectrum to be cheaper and big tech to pay up.

UK on Meta-Giphy: Let's call the whole thing off

The UK's CMA looks poised to block Meta's $400 million purchase of Giphy. Does this signal the end of Zuckerberg's run buying social media companies?

India panel urges social media crackdown – reports

Pressure is mounting on Facebook and Twitter, with local authorities saying they should be held accountable for user content on their platforms.

EU acts to tackle might of 'gatekeeper' platforms

The Digital Markets Act takes a further step towards the goal of ending 'unfair practices of big online platforms.'

Doom for Zoom boom, as CEO looks to enterprises

Zoom beat expectations but still saw its slowest growth since 2018.

Alibaba Cloud returns to black as group profit sinks

Another torrid quarter for China's Alibaba as earnings plummet amid a slowdown in consumer demand – although its cloud division is on the up and up.

China telecom operators join the metaverse race

China is in the grip of metaverse fever, with hundreds of new businesses being formed and regulators stepping in to combat soaring stock prices.

Qualcomm hopes to lead 5G pivot into metaverse

Qualcomm, one of the primary companies driving the development of 5G technologies, believes the metaverse 'has the potential to be the next computing platform.'

Prickly Deutsche Telekom boss wants hyperscaler deals curbed

US tech giants are buying the companies that telcos use to 'digitize' their core infrastructure, and the CEO of Europe's largest telco is not happy.

STC pumps $400M into data center expansion

Phase 3 of DC construction program gets underway; framed as part of kingdom's Vision 2030 to be 'premier' digital hub in MENA region.

Telenor does AI deal with Google despite its big-tech fears

The Norwegian incumbent becomes the latest Tier 1 operator in Europe to partner with a Silicon Valley giant on AI.

The risky business of multicloud insurance

Telcos need a way to address the hyperscaler lock-in. Roz Roseboro ponders whether Vodafone's TaaS platform plan is a reasonable insurance policy or another example of a telco driving recklessly.

Omdia's Nicole McCormick: How to really sell 5G to consumers

Omdia analyst Nicole McCormick joins the podcast this week to discuss her latest research on 5G pricing and what seems to be catching on with consumers.

Eurobites: TIM takes open RAN into the mountains

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Arm/Nvidia deal faces closer scrutiny; Vodacom's H1; Virgin Media O2 carries on converging.

NTT scrubs 'dirty networks' with AI threat sensor

Cyber Threat Sensor AI (CTS-AI) is a virtual appliance built into the MDR platform, and can be accessed through a mobile app to secure customer applications and workloads in AWS.

Huawei offloads x86 business as it chases self-sufficiency

In yet another shift away from its traditional hardware business, Huawei has sold its x86 server unit to a state-owned Chinese firm.

China leading world in public cloud growth

The pandemic and digital transformation are driving break-neck growth in China's public cloud markets.

Fastly customers have learned to stop worrying and love the cloud

Customers are back and sales are up, but the content delivery network's losses are also mounting.

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