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.
Indian systems integrator becomes the latest partner for the Rakuten Communications Platform. But is it just another closed ecosystem?
Speaking at a virtual industry event, telco leaders expressed growing interest in open RAN but said the technology ecosystem must mature.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: AMP Capital to acquire VX Fiber; Vodafone vets its suppliers for diversity credentials and more; Swisscom's Herren to leave at end of the year.
Dish Network this week hired Stephen Stokols, founder of FreedomPop, to lead its Boost Mobile business. Stokols discussed his views on pricing, advertising and retail strategy.
Says it has chopped its debt by more than $4B and has secured access to $2B in new capital.
Microsoft said it plans to operate a 'private wireless mobile network' in locations in Bellevue and Redmond, Washington, using spectrum owned by T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon.
Following its acquisition of Sprint, T-Mobile has double AT&T's 5G spectrum holding and the first nationwide standalone 5G network, says its tech president, Neville Ray.
Hermann Hauser advises UK government to be 'cornerstone investor' in a public listing of Arm on the London Stock Exchange.
Trump's 'great deal for America' over TikTok ownership is already unraveling, as Oracle, Walmart, ByteDance and the White House tell different stories.
A report suggests Intel has secured a license to continue serving the controversial Chinese equipment maker.
AT&T's Igal Elbaz said the operator would work on 'scaling' standalone 5G throughout 2021. However, he did not name the operator's vendors.
Also in today's EMEA regional round: ancient telly wipes out Welsh broadband; Telefónica's connectivity fires up 'digitalized shopping center' in Spain; Swisscom turns blue.
The UK cable operator has already promised a gigabit-speed connection across its entire network by the end of next year. It is now eyeing a service that is twice as fast.
Software giant to buy ZeniMax Media, the parent company of the game developer and publisher.