Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Du virtualizes with Nokia; JSC Ingenium opts for Enea's DPI software; Microsoft goes green for Irish data centers.
RDK Management President Jason Briggs talks priorities for the Reference Design Kit, how smart TVs are entering the RDK picture and why it makes sense to extend support to fixed wireless access devices.
Boost Infinite, a postpaid mobile service that will initially run on AT&T's network, is ironing out a set of 'operational issues' and is now set to launch in the first quarter of 2023, says Dish's Charlie Ergen.
Comcast, Charter and Walmart will distribute the first Xumo-branded streaming boxes and smart TVs in late 2023.
Initially targeting the home, new tech developed by CableLabs strives to improve how smartphones connect to the best Wi-Fi link and, in turn, help cable ops cut MVNO costs by offloading more data to Wi-Fi networks.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Ofcom softens its stance on net neutrality, BT's Allera concurs; Comarch scores with GlobalConnect; Nokia gear passes GSMA security test.
The Swedish vendor warns of cost cutting and says operators in North America will spend less with it next year.
The Finnish equipment maker's mobile business looks reinvigorated, but smaller units struggled and economic worries persist.
Fresh off a mobile services deal with WideOpenWest, Reach Mobile's Harjot Saluja says his company's approach enables partners to develop and launch customizable services, including premium offerings and even 'flanker brands.'
Roku's launch of smart doorbells, cameras and lights is another indicator that platform players are prioritizing becoming 'a hub in the home rather than just an entertainment portal,' says analyst Brett Sappington.
Samsung is extending the reach of its 'Tizen' OS by signing deals with outside TV-makers. The move beefs up competition in a market that also includes Google, Amazon, Comcast, LG, Roku, TiVo and Foxxum.
The Indian systems integrator has spied an opportunity to be the master Lego builder for the telcos of the future.
The Seattle-based software giant has been busy acquiring expertise, not learning at customers' expense, says the CTO of its telecom business.
After the disaster that was Revenue Manager, the Swedish vendor has rethought its approach and its portfolio amid a broader restructuring.
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.
As the telecom industry's reliance on the public cloud continues to grow, so does the risk of being tied to one provider.
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.
Charter is developing a 'proof of concept' showing a converged core, based on 3GPP, that can work with wired networks. 'That doesn't exist today,' says Charter's Manish Jindal.
The telecom industry revealed its hopes and fears about change and the cloud at the TM Forum's first bash in Denmark, and there was even a naked Dane.
Having disrupted India's telecom market, Reliance Jio is preparing to sell its platforms to other companies.