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ATX plots path to DOCSIS 4.0

Components makers are in the design phase, but ATX plans to reveal its 1.8GHz product roadmap this fall with a mix of line extenders, multi-port amplifiers and, possibly, a booster-type amp, CTO Jay Lee says.

Vodafone CEO teases M-Pesa IPO

Nick Read underlines shareholder value message on presentation of Q1 results, exploring options to make African money transfer platform a separate legal entity and allowing 'inorganic opportunities' going forward.

Intel warns of shortages, but trumpets open RAN

'I think I've only been on three major service provider calls this week,' said Intel's Pat Gelsinger. 'They are really starting to look at those deployments at scale.'

Five things we learned about the Dish/AT&T deal

As the dust settles on the new Dish Network deal with AT&T, it's clear that some Dish customers will still need new phones, and that Dish's erstwhile partner T-Mobile stands to lose billions of dollars.

Another AGR blow to India telcos – especially Vodafone Idea

India's Supreme Court rejected the appeal by telcos, including Vodafone Idea, to rectify the 'errors' in the Adjusted Gross Revenue calculations.

Consolidated caps sales of MobiTV-powered 'CCiTV' service

With an increased focus on broadband, Consolidated now touts AT&T TV, FuboTV and Philo among its featured streaming TV partners, and hinted at more streaming partnerships to come.

Vocus goes private for $2.6B in frothy Australian market

Low interest rates have fueled a flurry of telco deals and listings in Australia and New Zealand.

Eurobites: Macron changes phone in bid to thwart Pegasus

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: how phone signals help sell houses; Proximus joins 25GS-PON MSA massive; Sky adds HDRUHD to sports coverage.

5G core spend is on a roll, says Dell'Oro

China sets 5GC pace, but overall mobile core network is expected to grow at a much slower rate over the next five years.

Akamai outage is latest warning about Internet dependency

A small number of companies, most of them based in America, now play host to critical systems used globally.

Crown Castle delays small cell buildout

Crown Castle said it plans to construct just 5,000 small cells during 2021 and another 5,000 during 2022. That's half what it had previously planned to do.

Spain doles out 700MHz spectrum for $1.1B

Low-key low-band auction over in a day. Sum raised barely up above reserve price.

Podcast: The Divide – Hughes' Paul Gaske on upping speeds with a 'massive new satellite'

This week: Paul Gaske, EVP and GM of North America at Hughes, on how the company is meeting demand for faster broadband with a new $600 million satellite, why he disagrees that fiber is "future proofed" and more.

Comcast taps long-haul tech to monitor expanding fiber access network

Venk Mutalik, a Comcast engineer, developed 'XMF,' a monitoring system powered by spectrum analyzer chips used in ROADMs. XFM reduces the time to pinpoint fiber cuts from two hours to about 90 seconds, Comcast says.

EXFO rejects Viavi's latest offer

According to EXFO, Viavi has been chasing a merger between the two since November, when Viavi offered to acquire EXFO at $4.75 per share. EXFO just rejected Viavi's latest offer of $8 per share.

Open RAN adds to 6G dilemma

Ericsson reckons the in-vogue technology concept will be a 'fundamental' part of 6G, opening another Pandora's box for the mobile industry.

AT&T clarifies Dish, Microsoft deals – and that free phone promotion

AT&T added a massive number of new mobile customers to its network in the second quarter, just as the ink dried on its new MVNO agreement with Dish Network and its core network agreement with Microsoft.

Hulu's live TV service streams to Comcast's Flex platform

New subscribers to Hulu's SVOD/pay-TV combo will soon be able to sign up directly from Flex, a streaming platform that Comcast tailors to its base of broadband-only customers.

AT&T adds 246K fiber subs in Q2, expects to 'step up' pace later in year

Company claims nearly 80% of new fiber broadband adds are new AT&T broadband customers. Meanwhile, AT&T's pay-TV losses have slowed as company nears the spin-out of DirecTV.

Vantage point: Vodafone spinoff nets 200 tenancies

Vodafone's former tower owner Vantage Towers, which spun off in March, met Q1 revenue targets as more European telcos look to do the same with theirs.

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