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Chinese firms are finding ways to beat US tech sanctions

Chinese AI firms are training their data sets on server clusters using high-end chips.

Energy crisis raises enterprise network costs, sharpens sustainability focus

An Arelion report found most companies saw energy costs rise above contract terms, causing them to become a prime concern, which has pushed many to seek greater energy efficiency.

Eurobites: Virgin Media O2 in takeover talks with CityFibre – report

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: BT hooks up with AWS for more cloud-assisted mobile-edge clout; MTN trials 5G SA core with Azure; Germany fears effects of Huawei ban.

Whatever BT boss thinks, his fiber rivals are going nowhere fast

As Ofcom weighs intervention on BT's latest pricing plans, its own data shows that BT's rivals have made scant progress in the UK's full-fiber market.

Open RAN platforms to support far edge AI inference

Key findings from Heavy Reading's 'Open RAN Platforms and Architectures Operator Survey Report' show that service providers are planning to support AI inference and other applications in their open RAN/far edge installations. #sponsored

The Notebook Dump: Amazon's $10B satellite project, Casa Systems' CEO exit

The editors discuss Amazon's plan to spend $10 billion on a satellite constellation, an update on Light Reading's Cable Next-Gen event, why Casa Systems' CEO is stepping down today and more.

Charter the likely target of Vecima's new 10G deal

Vecima announced it will supply a tier 1 US operator with remote PHY nodes for an HFC network upgrade. Vecima didn't name the operator, but all clues lead to Charter Communications.

The Buildout: Surf Internet rides fiber wave into Indiana; Ziply starts 100th new build

This week in broadband builds: Surf Internet starts construction in Indiana; Ziply expands in Washington; Kinetic network live in North Carolina; Glo Fiber's plans for Pennsylvania – and more.

Vodafone and Three merger needs officials to ditch the dogma

Allowing the Vodafone and Three merger to happen will show authorities have abandoned the 'four networks good, three networks bad' credo.

Cable Next-Gen 2023 recap: Operators choose their own adventure

Omdia's Jaimie Lenderman joins Light Reading's Mike Dano and Jeff Baumgartner to discuss the big themes at the Cable Next-Gen event, including network optionality and the rising role of PON and wireless.

More DeWi players get money and make promises

The decentralized wireless space heats up as Really raises $18 million to pursue a model like Helium Mobile, and Xnet uses $1 million in seed funding to chase DeWi offload.

Eurobites: Ofcom delays decision on Openreach pricing plan

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Inwit heads up the mountains; Telenor and Cisco extend collaboration; fraudsters impersonate MTN bigwig.

Dell'Oro's Sameh Boujelbene: AI is changing data center hardware

Higher speed optical links between data centers, computing clusters and servers are being pushed to the limit by the demands of AI, according to Dell'Oro's Sameh Boujelbene.

GSMA to back climate resilience and adaptation projects

GSMA opens applications for grants backing projects that use mobile and digital technology to improve climate resilience and help with adaptation in selected regions.

Comcast fights mobile ad complaint lodged by AT&T

Comcast is appealing recommendations from an ad watchdog urging the operator to modify or discontinue marketing claims about speed and reliability for the Xfinity Mobile service.

Element8 gets $200M for WISP rollup

Startup Element8 this week scored $200 million in funding. Its first move: the purchase of Oklahoma City-based WISP AtLink Services for an undisclosed sum.

The Cable Center CEO on the launch of the 'Syndeo Institute'

The Cable Center President and CEO Diane Christman discusses the 'Syndeo Institute,' a new operational brand that also serves as a hub for the Center's Intrapreneurship Academy and related programs and events.

Investors remain cool on open RAN, and it's no wonder

The telco championing of open RAN has not been matched by support for new entrants.

Three UK hints at Vodafone merger progress

CFO Darren Purkis was unable to provide details on the proposed merger with Vodafone but noted that discussions "are positive from both sides."

Equipped with $15M, Andrena aims to scale its wireless model

Andrena is working to bring affordable wireless broadband to buildings through a revenue-share model with property owners.

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