Juniper CTO Raj Yavatkar joins the Light Reading podcast to discuss new business opportunities for 5G and how service providers can more efficiently and cost-effectively run 5G networks.
The caveat is that SpaceX must accept any and all interference from future 5G operations, including those in the 12GHz band.
The FCC opened its broadband data collection system to service providers. But some are worried the lengthy mapping process will leave behind those who need service the most.
Glance, an ad tech startup, aims to start offering lock-screen-based smartphone ads in the US, according to reports. This is a road many, many companies have been down before.
The mid-size cloud-computing platforms risk being squeezed in a pincer movement of public clouds and specialists.
Xperi's bid to buy Vewd, a streaming media platform specialist, aims to accelerate its activities in the smart TV market dominated by Samsung, Roku, Amazon and Google.
Analysts are expecting Samsung Electronics to report its best Q2 performance in four years on the back of strong semiconductor sales.
An Omdia study projects that online video subscribers will hit the 2 billion mark worldwide by 2027. Traditional pay TV is stagnating, but will account for a majority of video subscriptions revenues for at least another six years.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: 5G goes agricultural in Dorset; Italy's railways get 4G; Deezer flotation falls flat.
KKR's bid with two other groups is said to be favorite, although the German telco could still decide to hang on to its towers portfolio.
The Dutch operator says the Swedish equipment vendor will build a 5G network and take over the current 3G and 4G systems.
The Japanese operator's network failure knocks out 39 million services across banking transport and payment.
The UK operator is building a 'golden cluster' of open RAN sites in Torquay and is kicking off a hardware acceleration project in Malaga.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Sigfox reborn as UnaBiz; new boss for Open Access Data Centres; EU makes life easier for Amazon Prime refuseniks.
T-Mobile said it dismantled Sprint's 4G LTE network yesterday and will shutter its own 3G UMTS today. In April, officials suggested 300,000 postpaid phones and 700,000-900,000 IoT-style devices would be affected.
Once a deal is approved by the city council, Mesa will become the first city in Arizona to welcome Google Fiber. Network construction could start by early 2023.
AT&T, Verizon and other operators have already engaged in a round of pricing and service fee increases. But analysts suggest we haven't seen the last of the price hikes.
This week in broadband builds: WeLink's DC rollout, Ziply goes live in Sumas, Brightspeed's initial Ohio build, Clearwave's debut in Kansas.
NEC snags Dublin-based Aspire Technology for 5G open RAN systems integration expertise.
BT claims to have 'robust plans' in place to counter possible strike action.