Chinese equipment giant posts dramatic growth in numbers despite US penalties.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: UK skeptical on 5G; Brussels gets tough with Broadcom; giving small cells a makeover.
The technology giant teamed up with one of the world's fittest men to push cycling to new limits.
It's like Mad Max in the optical networking space, with every group of participants – optical transceiver vendors, chip manufacturers, systems OEMs and even end customers – all fighting their own war.
Recent deals signed by the likes of Telia, Three and Telecom Italia are under an uncomfortable spotlight after the publication of a new report about 5G security.
The Norwegian operator will eventually have an all-Ericsson radio access network for all the different technologies, a senior executive tells Light Reading.
An analyst firm is at odds with industry execs on how quickly the market for LiDAR applications will take off. Several companies that supply the telco industry are making bets that LiDAR will pay off soon.
The Trump administration is also taking a close interest in open RAN technologies, and proponents such as Altiostar, as it looks to support alternatives to the Chinese equipment giant.
One of the telecom's industry's top executives is backing trials of open RAN technology as a way of bringing more competition into the network market.
Most governments and operators have shown little inclination to heed US warnings about the consequences of using Chinese suppliers.
What has gone well and what has gone badly for South Korea's early 5G movers?
Service providers forced or keen to replace Huawei in their 5G networks might now have several options for reducing the cost.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Cellcom Israel plans job cuts; Orange builds cloud for Chinese consumer goods company; CityFibre on target in Stirling.
There was a lot to take away from the Edge Computing Congress in London this week – not least the encouraging signs associated with funding and deployments.
There are many tough questions for telcos looking to build out edge computing resources, including what they should deploy in terms of IT hardware from day one, notes Heavy Reading Analyst Simon Stanley.
The Chinese vendor says it is ready to sate incredible demand for artificially intelligent computing with its line-up of processors.
The Swedish telecom equipment maker has been automating one of its Chinese factories as part of an ongoing efficiency drive and overhaul of its global supply chain.
At the 5G Asia event in Singapore, Intel's Caroline Chan talks to Heavy Reading's James Crawshaw about the link between edge computing and 5G, potential enterprise use cases, and the increasingly hot topic of private networks.
The share of IoT devices will rise as smartphones fall, says ABI.
Optical module specialist makes a mark with its latest product that will give parent-to-be Cisco something to smile about.