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Huawei shrinks further despite enterprise gains

Total revenue has shrunk by a third since 2020, mostly because of the sharp decline in its handset business.

Intelsat, OneWeb team on inflight connectivity

Two satellite providers combine LEO and GEO services to offer service to airlines by 2024.

Dutch 'mainports' make case for private 5G

As the Dutch government consults on 3.5GHz, Rotterdam port and Schiphol airport emphasize the need for spectrum for private use.

Open optical networks: Looking to the future

Results from Heavy Reading's Open, Automated & Programmable Transport Networks Market Leadership Survey indicate technology maturation in open optical networking may outpace the ability to manage and operate it at scale. #sponsored

Higher prices make more profitable consumers for India's telcos

Tariff rises push up revenues per user, while data consumption is up across the board, as the telco's prepare for the launch of 5G services.

ZTE, Far East Cable in US dock over Iran

US Commerce Department accuses Chinese firms of collusion to hide illegal exports of ZTE equipment to Iran.

América Móvil moves Latam towers into Sitios

The Carlos Slim-controlled operator creates a new tower company with 29,090 towers in territories outside of Mexico.

BT, Nokia showcase four-channel aggregation over 5G SA

Duo claims demo, using 'live' commercial spectrum, is a European first.

Taiwan crisis another blow to the supply chain

The exercise involves more than 100 aircraft and ten warships, including ships that crossed the median line, the de facto maritime boundary with Taiwan.

SES, Intelsat on merger trajectory (maybe) – report

European and US satcomms players said to be in talks, sending SES' share price into a tailspin.

Kyivstar shows resilience in Ukraine

VEON reports its Ukrainian subsidiary has maintained 90% mobile-network availability.

Fastly names Cisco EVP as its new CEO

Fastly, a content delivery specialist slugging it out against Internet giants, has recruited Cisco's enterprise networking EVP as its new CEO. The new hire is no stranger to helping networking firms find a bigger home.

The great handset downturn

The weak handset market might be a good time to defocus from consumer 5G. Not only is demand soft, there is little in the device pipeline to excite take-up.

EU govts coordinate on Big Tech bashing – report

France, Italy and Spain urge the European Commission to prep legislation forcing Big Tech to pay some of the region's network infrastructure bill.

Equinix in 'pretty good position' to weather economic storm – analysts

Analysts with MoffettNathanson said Equinix's offering assists customers in making and/or saving money which results in reliable customer demand in both up and down markets.

Another revival package for India's BSNL

As part of the revival package, INR330 billion ($4.15 billion) of statutory dues will be converted into equity.

'We're not giving anything away here.' Liberty Global CEO defends new fiber JV

Liberty Global used its Q2 2022 earnings results to officially announce its FTTH joint venture with Telefónica and InfraVia in the UK. The transaction is expected to close in Q4.

Dell CTO Roese: Building broadband and private 5G networks

John Roese, the global CTO at Dell Technologies, discusses the company's views on edge computing and why the private 5G networking space is just starting to heat up.

BAI buys ZenFi in pursuit of US expansion

BAI Communications said it will purchase ZenFi Networks in a deal that will build on its ownership of Mobilitie, Signal Point Systems and Transit Wireless in the US market for digital infrastructure.

Google, Meta cables will be 'game-changers' for Africa

US Internet giants like Apple, Amazon, Microsoft and Netflix dominate global cable systems traffic at 76% of trans-Pacific traffic and 92% on Atlantic routes.

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