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Equinix in 'pretty good position' to weather economic storm – analysts

Analysts with MoffettNathanson said Equinix's offering assists customers in making and/or saving money which results in reliable customer demand in both up and down markets.

AWS posts another blockbuster quarter

Amazon's soaring cloud business, along with its fast-growing advertising division and a strong showing from third-party seller services, helps offset downturn in online retail.

Dell CTO Roese: Building broadband and private 5G networks

John Roese, the global CTO at Dell Technologies, discusses the company's views on edge computing and why the private 5G networking space is just starting to heat up.

Juniper hit by higher supply chain costs

Burgeoning order book overshadowed by earnings squeeze.

Google still losing money on cloud, and a talent war won't help

In stark contrast to AWS and Microsoft, Google generates no profits from its cloud business, and competition is intensifying.

Open RAN so easy to hack it's 'scary,' says top security boffin

Karsten Nohl examined a handful of 5G networks and found they were riddled with vulnerabilities, he told an event in the Netherlands this week.

Cloud news: China unveils national cloud, Telstra commits to Azure

China Telecom is building a national cloud to serve state-owned companies. Meanwhile, a new deal in Australia will make Telstra the largest supplier of network capacity to Microsoft.

Calix goes all in on 'significant opportunity' in US

Calix reported 20% annual revenue growth and a 33% increase in US revenue, driven by 'significant opportunity ahead.' Still, said execs, the supply chain remains 'a war every day.'

London's cruel summer disables Google and Oracle data centers

Google's and Oracle's London-based data centers experienced outages on Tuesday as temperatures reached 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit).

Parallel's Papa: US policy is throttling open RAN

Joe Biden says open RAN will 'outcompete' other platforms, but his government's anti-China policies have hampered US development, says Parallel Wireless CEO.

Dell'Oro cuts forecast on private wireless networks by a fifth

Slow progress over past six months contributes to sharp adjustment downwards of hardware revenue from private LTE/5G small-cell networks over 2022-26 period.

Eurobites: Belgian duo plan transition to fiber

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Polish pair join forces on cloud infrastructure; Ericsson's Possible Perspectives; Openreach opts for ADVA, expands on the Isle of Wight.

Plume CTO on why Amazon has the inside track on IoT brand loyalty

Plume's Bill McFarland on how home network data shows how IoT brands perform and why IoT support and management is a critical to broadband service strategies.

Huawei expands consumer business into payments, ridesharing

Huawei's handset business might be getting crushed by sanctions, but the big vendor is not giving up on consumers.

Ericsson gets US clearance for Vonage take-off

Swedes say last hurdle cleared for $6.2 billion cash acquisition of US cloud-based comms provider.

Juniper's EX4100 switches autocorrect access point placement

Juniper's EX4100 switch series integrate with the Mist Wi-Fi Assurance service to automatically determine where there are gaps in coverage in enterprises' WLAN deployments and verify the correct placement of access points.

BT prefers India to UK in hunt for 2,800 'digital' pros

Now seems like a good time to be a software engineer, with both BT and Vodafone chasing global talent.

Lumen lights up edge computing services in Europe

Lumen expanded its edge services into Europe by turning on 100G MPLS and IP network connectivity, plus increasing power and cooling at several edge data center locations.

Enter now: The 2022 Light Reading Leading Lights awards

Light Reading is now accepting nominations for outstanding achievements in 5G, broadband, optical networking, edge computing and more as part of its annual awards program, the Leading Lights.

Deutsche Telekom edges closer to Google Cloud

The German operator has extended its existing partnership with the public cloud provider.

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