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Zoom boom in enterprise helps escape the dip

Online videoconferencing company revises upwards its full year profit outlook.

Big 5G Event: Dish Networks' Sidd Chenumolu talks to Mike Dano

Sidd Chenumolu, vice president of technology development at Dish Network, spoke to Light Reading's Mike Dano at the Big 5G Event on May 17.

India faces skills shortage as it moves closer to 5G

India will need 22 million skilled workers by 2025 as it moves toward 5G.

Broadcom eyes $50B takeover of VMware – reports

Rumors have surfaced months after Dell completed its VMware spinoff and as the public cloud continues to advance.

Dish is not wedded to AWS after all

The company building America's newest mobile network wants a hybrid cloud deployment and not AWS lock-in, it says.

Eurobites: Ericsson shuffles its management pack

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: BT makes quantum leap; Richard says no to golden handshake; Telefónica leads investment in wearables-for-seniors startup.

Red Hat is a bright spot in the dreary IBM picture

Big Blue stumped up $34 billion for the open-source pioneer back in 2019, but was the huge outlay worth it?

Rakuten is dumping Red Hat's OpenStack for its own cloud tech

Following the acquisition of Robin.io in February, the Japanese company is phasing out an older platform it used to support its mobile network.

Whither Twitter sale, after Elon Musk pauses offer

As Elon Musk 'pauses' his Twitter offer, that his offer was accepted in the first place shows how vast Twitter's profitability problems are.

DZS CEO predicts $1B market opportunity post acquisition

CEO Charlie Vogt said DZS will target more software and enterprise licensing deals as it finalizes its purchase of Assia's analytics assets.

Synchronoss swimming in losses but sees hope in cloud

The US telco software company is cutting back at its messaging and digital units after years of underperformance.

Eurobites: Swisscom draws on Amazon's cloud clout

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Ethio Telecom launches 5G services; Ofcom seeks mmWave feedback; Nokia opens 5G security lab in US.

Eurobites: Telefónica Tech boosts IT services credentials with B-terna buy

Also in today's EMEA's regional roundup: Orange France chooses Ericsson's 5G charging software; BT class action rumbles on; the African edge.

MobiledgeX is dead. Long live Google Cloud

The platform once touted as a future telco standard has succumbed like so many industry initiatives to Big Tech's advance.

Eurobites: BT takes a chance on Amazon's cloud

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: school's in for TIP; Paramount+ reaches UK, Ireland in June; UK tech regulator de-fanged.

MEF's TAB to buoy vendor voices in strategic work

CTO Pascal Menezes says the new advisory board will give technology supplier members more of a voice in MEF's strategic vision around cybersecurity, business automation, SD-WAN, underlay connectivity and edge computing.

Orange brings SD-WAN to nearly 1,200 Siemens sites

This is a considerably large SD-WAN deployment for an enterprise with 370,000 employees. Orange's John Isch usually sees an SD-WAN deployment of this size in retail locations.

India's Airtel acquires stake in Cnergee cloud startup

The acquisition will allow Airtel to boost its NaaS portfolio for small and medium businesses who want to use cloud-based applications.

AWS proves a pandemic saving grace for parent Amazon

Amazon Web Services is a bright spot in an otherwise loss-making quarter for Amazon.

Equinix skirts around threat of rising energy costs to continued growth in data center market

Rising energy costs, labor cost inflation, supply chain challenges and a competitive M&A environment were among the financial landmines that Equinix avoided to have a successful quarter.

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