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Eurobites: Ericsson Adds Brain-Power to Its RAN Technology

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: VEON trials 5G in Kazakhstan; T-Systems launches private cloud trial with VMware; Openet and Evergent combine on BSS.

Optiva CEO Danielle Royston Uses the Cloud to Stand Out From the Crowd

For Royston, the path to becoming a more profitable telco starts by revitalizing the company's approach to billing, charging and business intelligence.

Comcast Blames Software Glitch for Broadband Data Meter Error

In a small edge case that affected about 2,000 customers, Comcast says it fixed the technical issue and is crediting affected accounts for any erroneous charges and giving those subs an additional $50 credit.

T-Mobile Resolves Video Throttling Issue Amid Another PR Dustup

T-Mobile acknowledged that it recently resolved an issue affecting its video-throttling practice, a situation that arises amid a renewed debate around wireless operators' network-management efforts.

Verizon Promises Cheaper 5G Phones, 'Tailored' 5G Service Plans

Verizon's Ronan Dunne offered a few more hints about how Verizon will move forward in 5G in terms of pricing, phones and coverage.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: What Is Digital Transformation?

Jennifer Kyriakakis from Matrixx joins the guys this week, as they attempt to work out what 'digital' really means in the telecoms environment.

New Route to New Revenue: Detect & Respond to Credentials Sharing

Rather than ignoring password sharing or solely seeking ways to prevent it, service providers are now in position to monetize it thanks to advances in behavioral analytics and machine learning.

Terabyte Broadband Homes Continue to Climb

OpenVault report finds that consumers in that 'power user' group doubled in Q1 2019, a growth rate that could cause some cable operators and other ISPs to consider upping their monthly data ceilings.

Leading Lights 2019 Finalists: Outstanding Digital Enablement Vendor

LotusFlare, MATRIXX Software, MYCOM OSI, Netcracker Technology, Openet and Synchronoss Technologies are the six shortlisted companies in this category.

Leading Lights 2019 Finalists: Most Innovative Blockchain for Telecoms Strategy

Colt, Filament, Mobileum and Synchronoss Technologies all submitted standout entries for most innovative blockchain for telecoms strategy in this year's Leading Lights contest.

Why CSG Is Betting on Blockchain

New lab backed by CSG to focus on how blockchain tech can streamline global roaming deals, inter-carrier agreements and possibly settlements between pay-TV and OTT services.

Fantastic BSS Beasts & How Openet Can Tame Them

After a turbulent 2018, the Irish BSS company is looking to challenge Amdocs, Ericsson and Huawei in their own backyard.

What Is Synamedia's Exit Plan?

'The right perspective is going public,' says company Chairman Abe Peled.

Eurobites: Analyst Upgrades Ericsson as Huawei Backlash Intensifies

In today's regional roundup: Huawei's troubles could be good news for Ericsson; Enea lines up another acquisition; Orange Business Services lands smart meter IoT deal; Ciena heads to the UK countryside; and more Ericsson.

Amdocs CTO: How 5G Will Enable Charging for Specific Services, Rather Than Just Data

Amdocs CTO on how the company will play a role in the move to 5G services.

Terabyte Households Surge as Video Eats the Internet

Broadband homes that consume 1 Terabyte-plus of data per month more than doubled, Cisco data shows. Will ISPs raise their data ceilings?

The 5G Enterprise Conversation

For enterprises, 5G opens up a new conversation with carriers – not just about what's possible on their new networks, but what they can do now to help businesses beyond providing connectivity.

Spectrum, Telus Team on Dynamic Services PoC

MEF18 demo shows policy-driven dynamic services over multi-carrier networks

Deal Puts California's Tough Net Neutrality Law on Hold

If state court approves it, the temporary delay would take effect while a Washington, DC, district court reviews a case centered on the FCC's 2017 Restoring Internet Freedom order.

Broadband Providers Attack California Net Neutrality Law

USTelecom, CTIA, NCTA and ACA band together to file suit challenging California's tough net neutrality law.

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