The acquisitive Israeli software vendor joins several big rivals that have already swooped on service assurance players.
The Swedish equipment maker is seeking improvements at underperforming units and setting up its enterprise stall.
CEO Charlie Vogt said DZS will target more software and enterprise licensing deals as it finalizes its purchase of Assia's analytics assets.
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The US telco software company is cutting back at its messaging and digital units after years of underperformance.
Harmonic's cable access revenues almost doubled in Q1 as CableOS deployments grew to 6.1 million, with 77 operators signed up to their virtualized access network platform.
CEO Charlie Vogt says the deal, which includes Assia's CloudCheck Wi-Fi and Expresse data analytics products, will be 'accretive from day one.' The Wi-Fi piece will put DZS in closer competition with Plume, AirTies and Minim.
The operator turned in a disappointing performance in Germany's fixed-line broadband market last year, with IT problems partly to blame.
Western technology companies still have significant teams of people based in Russia, and their status remains unclear.
The Finnish equipment vendor, which has not furloughed Russian employees, cannot simply turn off its tech.
The telco software company says it has stopped business in Russia, while dodging questions about its reliance on Russian coders.
The UK operator maintains its stance on in-market consolidation, but manages to increase postpaid customers and revenue in 2021.
Former BearingPoint unit picks up more business from long-standing carrier partner NTT.
The provider of B/OSS software lists three major Russian clients in its last annual filing with US authorities and also does business in Ukraine.
Telecom equipment giant Ericsson bribed officials and paid protection money to grow its business in Iraq, according to new reporting from the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists.
David Bachmann, CEO of ng-voice, talks about his company's technology and why he thinks startups have a better chance to work alongside telecom giants as 5G networks become more software-centric.
Light Reading's Fiona Graham hits the showfloor for an update as Mobile World Congress 2022 kicks off in Barcelona.
Syniverse had hoped to become a publicly traded company – and raise more than $1 billion in funding – but that plan collapsed amid current market conditions.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Telefónica Tech gets on Oracle's Cloud; Zain KSA picks Nokia for network expansion; Seacom bags Ugandan assets.
Minim, a company that holds the Motorola branding license, expects to develop modems and gateways based on specifications that will enable cable operators to deliver multi-gigabit services on HFC.