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Pine Cellular to rip out Huawei gear and replace with Ericsson

The Oklahoma operator bought $32 million worth of Huawei's 4G equipment because it was far cheaper than similar gear from Nokia and Erisson. Now, it's buying Ericsson's 5G-ready equipment.

NTT and Las Vegas launch largest private 5G network in US

NTT says it's deploying the largest open, municipal network CBRS deployment in the US, in partnership with the City of Las Vegas.

Samsung's Johnston upbeat on opportunities at MWC Vegas

From Verizon to Comcast to Dish Network, Samsung is involved in a variety of high-profile 5G network buildouts. And that's just part of Derek Johnston's story.

Pay-TV picture worsens as sub losses hit 1.9M in Q2

As traditional pay-TV declined another 9.7% in the second quarter, the linear video model 'is hanging by a thread,' warns MoffettNathanson in its latest 'Cord-Cutting Monitor' report.

Vodafone, Jio, Axiata get ball rolling on TMF's ODA program

The three telcos are the first in the world to gain 'Running on ODA' status, but more are needed to keep momentum going.

Orange's Mousnier-Lompre kicks off latest enterprise overhaul

Appointed to the top job at Orange Business Services this year, the former soccer professional aims to score big in cloud, data and cybersecurity.

Qualcomm touts its progress in open RAN

Qualcomm expects to see commercial open RAN products running its silicon in the market by the second half of next year. That's important, according to analysts, as it indicates the company remains on track.

Eurobites: BT tops the takeover target pile, says Bloomberg survey

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: BT opens new lab, hires customer experience boffins; Vodafone sets up software apprenticeships; T-Systems wants a slice of the EV charging action.

Vantage as 1&1's problem supplier is bad news for Vodafone

Vodafone subsidiary Vantage Towers turns out to be responsible for site-installation delays at Germany's newest mobile network.

Cable broadband: More than a speed saga

Raw broadband speed is still important in the multi-gig era, but messaging from cable industry execs at SCTE Cable-Tec Expo zeroed in on network reliability and meeting elevated customer expectations.

Google Fiber is about to go big with the Gigs

Touting a 20-Gig test and 'journey' toward a symmetrical 100-Gig future, Google Fiber plans to 'dramatically expand our multi-gigabit tiers' in the coming months, says unit CEO Dinni Jain.

Ericsson gets closer to banning Apple's 5G iPhones in the US

According to a new report, Ericsson's recent legal wins at the United States International Trade Commission could strengthen its position against Apple in the company's patent battle.

What's the story? Helium Mobile's high hopes for MVNO

Mike Dano explains how Helium Mobile's MVNO will work and which new and noteworthy elements Helium Mobile will bring into the US wireless industry.

Some cable ops will play the waiting game with DOCSIS 4.0

Midco and GCI are among the operators that will push the limits with DOCSIS 3.1 before considering a bigger leap to DOCSIS 4.0.

Qualcomm sells a story of in-car inevitability

The smartphone chipset giant sets its sights on the automotive market, touting support by a wide range of car manufacturers for its Snapdragon Digital Chassis.

With a new HQ, Federated Wireless touts private wireless progress

Federated Wireless said it is now officially packaging its Private Wireless-as-a-Service offering. It will showcase the service in its new headquarters neighborhood, the massive National Landing redevelopment by real estate giant JBG Smith.

Eurobites: Sports streamer DAZN adds Eleven to the team

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Sky launches new streaming option; Proximus goes a-slicing in Belgium; Nokia, Du combine on carrier aggregation.

Telecom services severely restricted in Iran amid protests

The Iranian government is restricting Internet and mobile access in response to nationwide protests. Whether Starlink can help is unclear.

Telcos have no easy escape from public cloud lock-in

As the telecom industry's reliance on the public cloud continues to grow, so does the risk of being tied to one provider.

Charter launches Spectrum TV app on XClass TVs

Launch of Charter's pay-TV app on Comcast's initial family of smart TVs comes as both operators to rev up plans for a national streaming joint venture.

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