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What's the story? Cable Next-Gen Business Services Digital Symposium

At this event, attendees will hear from cable experts about how cablecos can bounce back from the economic earthquake caused by COVID-19, how to handle co-opetition with cloud providers, and which platforms and technologies cable companies are banking on in the mobile services space.

Comcast set to add record mobile lines in Q4

Cable operator is also conducting CBRS trials in Philadelphia, but still is in no rush to deploy that spectrum commercially.

Newly funded Cohere eyes huge prize in beamforming battle

If the company's technology lives up to its promise in a commercial setting, Cohere will be hard to resist or ignore.

Intel to wheel out Mobileye IPO next year

Listing could value the self-driving car division at $50 billion, say analysts, providing Intel welcome extra funds to build new fabs.

After $1.1B win from Apple, CalTech sues Samsung

After getting $1.1 billion in royalty fines from Apple and Broadcom, CalTech is now suing Samsung, with Microsoft, Dell, and HP in its crosshairs, too.

Eurobites: Our gigabit work is done, says Virgin Media O2

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: TIM appoints advisors to consider KKR bid; Telefónica joins WBA; Nokia and CityFibre make a holographic call.

China Unicom targets sale of 150M devices in 2022

China Unicom has unveiled its plans for 2022, which involve selling 150 million devices and pursuing a new strategy that focuses on the digital economy.

Congressional concerns about Discovery-WarnerMedia combo 'unfounded,' AT&T CEO says

The letter, signed by more than 30 Democratic members of Congress, raises concerns that the proposed transaction poses an anticompetitive threat to the media industry.

C-band deployment delay will have 'no impact' on Verizon's business, CEO says

Hans Vestberg anticipates only 'very small and minor tweaks' to come following an FAA review of potential interference issues posed by new C-band network deployments.

Frontier tunes in YouTube TV

Amid its ambitious fiber network upgrade, Frontier is offering a $10 discount on YouTube TV to customers on speed tiers delivering 25 Mbit/s or more.

Apple goes to court over Russian app store dispute

The iPhone maker has apparently started legal proceedings in relation to alternative payment options on its app store platform.

The wireless bubble could start to deflate next year

During 2020, the nation's big wireless network operators collectively recorded almost 5 million new wireless customers. During 2021, that could rise to 10 million. But what happens when growth slows?

Eurobites: BT and Discovery look at TV sport tie-up

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: MTN introduces vaccine mandate; Vivendi/TIM latest; Open Fiber's management reshuffle.

Windstream Enterprise adds site, device analytics to Fortinet SD-WAN

Sites Digest and Device Digest identify a baseline of network behavior and pinpoint any anomalous activity, says Windstream Enterprise's Mike Frane.

Lumen unveils uCPE for WAN and IT application management

Lumen's uCPE focuses on improving and consolidating the delivery of IT applications and WAN management.

Ditto CEO takes a new angle at the edge

With $9 million in seed funding in hand, Adam Fish's startup uses peer-to-peer and advanced, distributed database systems to connect and sync mobile and IoT devices with limited or no Internet connectivity.

BT opens up on open RAN testing

BT officials said the company is testing RAN intelligent controller (Non-RT-RIC) functions including SON (self-organizing network) technology, energy savings, interference mitigation and massive MIMO.

T-Mobile debuts new 5G layer cake

T-Mobile execs talked up the carrier's midband 5G network but offered some trash talk on the millimeter wave version of 5G that other executives touted at Qualcomm's summit this week.

The 5G challenge: Which verticals to leave out

AWS's entry into 5G through its Dish partnership could be the shot in the arm enterprise 5G needs.

China Telecom loses last-chance saloon US court bid

China Telecom loses its court bid for a stay of execution for its US business, while Didi Global delists from the NYSE just six months after its IPO.

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