Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: all aboard the 5G bus; Orange wants more phone recycling; Italy frets over network safety.
Tesla court filing describes tariffs imposed on components imported from China as 'arbitrary, capricious, and an abuse of discretion.'
Huawei still in the RAN picture, but its years are numbered.
Growing Canadian cable and video equipment vendor racks up big revenue and income gains in its fiscal Q4, after closing deal to buy the bulk of Nokia's cable access product portfolio early last month.
Ford's CTO said the company already counts 5 million connected cars, and is looking toward future technologies like 5G and C-V2X.
Canada's Telus said it will support open RAN technology, but networking chief Bernard Bureau hinted that the implementation of the technology may be complex.
At Huawei Connect 2020, held virtually this year, the company emphasized its focus on connectivity, computing, cloud and AI.
David Aviv, CTO, and Mike O'Malley, vice president of strategy for Radware, join the podcast to discuss security concerns that companies have in light of 5G deployments and multi-access edge computing.
John Batter, a former exec of Gracenote and Dreamworks Animation, dives into the drivers behind MarketCast's acquisition of big data specialist Deductive.
The government and NBN Co will upgrade the state-funded wholesale network to deliver up to 1 Gbit/s to another 6 million premises.
Frontera Consulting worked with Cambium Networks and Federated Wireless to get the network up and running in just 60 days.
UK authorities have named the elite troops whose mission (impossible?) will be to find and nurture alternatives to the big three.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: snuffling out 5G startups; SEE Enterprise doubles its network, signs connectivity deal with Three UK; Vodafone develops IoT-fueled product recall system.
US chipmaker confirms receipt of license to continue supplying 'certain products' to Chinese network equipment giant.
The financial analysts at Cowen calculated that, in 2026, Starlink will be able to support just 485,000 simultaneous users at 100Mbit/s across the entire US.
Palo Alto aims to deliver an SD-WAN service that provides application layer visibility and automates operations with artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities.
But the question on everyone's lips is whether next year's show will eventually be canceled.
Ting has dropped a previous plan to develop its own IPTV service after discovering that managing a traditional service created a greater burden than originally anticipated.
Orange Business Services becomes the latest operator to join the Azure partner program established in 2019.
This week: Jeff Baumgartner on Altice's momentum in the US, complications with its efforts to buy Cogeco, and what's likely to happen next.