Light Reading is delighted to announce the winners emerging from hundreds of entries and dozens of finalists in the 24 categories that make up this year's Leading Lights Awards program.
China's cloud market is shifting away from Internet players to legacy industry, with telcos picking up market share.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Proximus schedules 3G switch-off; Ericsson and Thales liberate eSIMs; Cellnex taps the power of aluminum.
A new report from Beyond Now highlights how CSPs should change their way of thinking about SMEs.
The latest American rules against Chinese firms are another sign of globalization's demise in the technology sector.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Telkom SA hit by power-cut costs; CMA launches mobile browser probe; Telecom Italia lets employees disconnect.
Europe's operators are not keen to run their telco workloads on expensive and suboptimal systems owned by US hyperscalers.
Dish Network launched a new website for developers that offers a variety of application programming interfaces (APIs) into its 5G network.
Big changes in mobile technology would bring peril for a company that owes the entirety of its profits to its networks unit.
By the end of this year, Nokia hopes to count up to 20 different customers for its various software-as-a-service (SaaS) offerings. The company launched the effort one year ago.
Connecting Africa's Paula Gilbert interviews Light Reading's Kelsey Ziser about her recent tour of Boeing's satellite facility and meeting with SES.
The maker of Internet routers and switches reported sales growth for its first quarter but saw profits come under pressure.
A bill was withdrawn by the government earlier this year but seems likely to surface in the upcoming budget session.
An astonishing 100% of cable operators responding to a Dell'Oro Group survey say they have deployed or are planning to deploy a virtual cable modem termination system within the next 24 months.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Nokia senses a 6G opportunity; Hyperoptic boss gets angry about mid-contract price rises; Saudis increase stake in Meta and Google.
According to a number of analysts and industry executives, AWS is pulling ahead of rivals Microsoft and Google Cloud in the pursuit of telecom network operators' cloud business.
The Italian phone incumbent is carving off more bits to sell as the domestic sales decline continues.
Having reportedly failed to land a buyer for T-Systems, the German operator goes in for another bout of restructuring.
Equinix could see some shaky ground in enterprise demand for cloud services on the horizon, but MoffettNathanson analysts believe it is well positioned to weather the storm.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Renault throws in its lot with Google Cloud; OneWeb boosts broadband coverage in Oman; UK users unhappy about mid-contract price rises.