Recent influx of RFP activity is presently 'dominated' by 10-Gig XGS-PON and network orchestration needs, DZS president and CEO says.
UAE-based instant messaging platform says it can now support 1,000 people on a video call.
Alibaba tries to spend its way to rejuvenate its flagging growth, as the likes of JD and Meituan nip at its heels and regulators stare hard at it.
Fueled by expanding deployments of its cloud native 'CableOS' platform, Harmonic believes it will soon only trail CommScope in the CMTS market.
Video conferencing specialist agrees to a settlement, but denies wrongdoing.
The data center specialist expects total revenues for 2021 to range between $6.6 and $6.7 billion, a 10% to 11% increase since 2020.
Amazon's rocketing growth has come down to earth as people leave home, but its AWS and ads businesses are climbing sky-high.
Samsung Electronics has ridden the chip shortage to deliver boost earnings and revenue despite a fall in handset sales.
Facebook recorded its fastest growth in five years, but iOS has yet to bite, and politicians increasingly blame it for vaccine misinformation.
Juniper experienced growth of 8% year-over-year, but the pandemic's impact on manufacturing and availability of hardware components such as silicon chips continues to ripple throughout the telecom industry.
Little not to like for shareholders as tech behemoth surpasses analyst expectations again and bags $16.5 billion net profit.
China's tech crackdown continues to roll on, this time targeting edutech and anti-competitive behavior by Internet firms.
Reports say Correos is on the verge of launching an MVNO and also plans to offer fiber and local cloud storage services.
Snapchat and Twitter both smash Q2 expectations, as Twitter's ad shakeup finds its sweet spot and both platforms concoct new plans for e-commerce.
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?