Detlef Nauck, Head of AI & Data Science Research for BT's Applied Research Division, discusses how telcos use AI.
Nokia's shares doubled in value amid massive trading. However, the situation likely has nothing to do with Nokia's recent restructuring or embrace of open RAN.
BSA, CableLabs, GSMA and the Telecom Infra Project (TIP) are teaming up with the Open RAN Policy Coalition for 'responsible policy action in support of open RAN.'
Dish-owned OTT-TV service provider tries to soften the blow by expanding the amount of free cloud DVR storage from 10 hours to 50 hours.
Analysts thought AT&T would report 400,000 new mobile customers in the fourth quarter. Instead, the operator netted 800,000. The figure reflects AT&T's new 'growth' mantra.
Under new deal, companies have forged a co-selling agreement for security and management products for inside and out of the home, with plans to develop a more integrated product.
The Dutch telecom incumbent has taken a heavy axe to its workforce in the last year.
Meanwhile, AT&T will stay aggressive with FTTP expansions in 2021 even as CEO John Stankey expects network neutrality rules to return under the Biden administration.
A deluge of new premium OTT video services paired with consumers staying at home during the pandemic have caused streaming subs to bounce around, TiVo finds in its latest Video Trends Report.
CBN clinches China Mobile partnership – but now the hard work begins
Microsoft sees cloud services boost its net income by a yearly 33%, up to $15.5 billion, as the Redmond tech giant now cocks an eye at telcos.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: terabit interfaces trialed; BT's recruitment drive continues; Wind Tre goes with Amdocs for 5G billing.
The startup looking to bring new cloud-like efficiency to service provider networking has raised another $208 million and is eager to grow up fast.
Three mobile network operators outline their plan to reduce 'partial not-spots' under the UK's Shared Rural Network program.
Officials in the Biden administration offered little specificity when it came to China and Huawei, but they voiced support for a cohesive 5G spectrum strategy and changes to social media oversight.
SpaceX's Elon Musk and Amazon are trading jabs at the FCC and on Twitter over Starlink's proposal to lower the orbits of a portion of its broadband satellite fleet.
Light Reading's Women in Comms caught up with Clearfield President and CEO Cheri Beranek to discuss how the pandemic has impacted broadband demand, fiber infrastructure and the industry's efforts to close the digital divide.
Verizon said it will double the number of its mmWave transmission sites this year. But the operator reported fewer new customers in 2020 than expected, and its 2021 capex is also below projections.
TeleGeography finds average international Internet traffic increased 48% in 2020 but expects a return to more typical rates of growth.
Elon Musk's aerospace company stokes further the red-hot small satellite market by ferrying government and commercial spacecraft into orbit.