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Phil Harvey
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Big 5G Recap: Going hybrid in the mile-high city
LRTV Documentaries  | 
9/14/2021  |  Post a comment
Light Reading's Jeff Baumgartner and Mike Dano join Phil Harvey to recap the Big 5G Event and discuss what has happened lately with in-person events.
Light Reading Recap: Week ending Sept. 10
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9/13/2021  |  Post a comment
Last week's telecom news highlights included more trouble for Norwegian operator Telenor as it moves away from Myanmar. We also muse about the changing shape of Verizon's deal with the NFL and why 5G networks are still struggling to prove their worth to consumers.
T-Mobile's Neville Ray: 5G's extraordinary upside
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9/3/2021  |  Post a comment
"I think we have so much to deliver on 5G."
Leading Lights 2021: The Finalists
News Analysis  | 
9/1/2021  |  Post a comment
Light Reading is delighted to announce the finalists for this year's Leading Lights Awards program, which is now in its 17th year.
Leading Lights 2021: The Finalists
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9/1/2021  |  Post a comment
Light Reading is delighted to announce the finalists for this year's Leading Lights Awards program, which is now in its 17th year.
The 5G 50 to Watch
Prime Reading  | 
8/30/2021  |  Post a comment
A subjective list of the industry's 5G executives, technologists and disrupters to watch in 2021 and beyond.
Light Reading Recap: Week ending August 20
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8/23/2021  |  Post a comment
Last week's telecom news highlights included all the damage, and damage control, surrounding T-Mobile's recent hack and data breach.
The Broadband 50 to Watch
Prime Reading  | 
8/20/2021  |  Post a comment
An annual list attempting to highlight some of the most watchable people propelling the next generation of broadband networks and services forward.
Light Reading Recap: Week ending August 13
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8/16/2021  |  Post a comment
Last week's telecom news highlights included some M&A speculation involving Reliance Jio and T-Mobile Netherlands. We also covered the new roaming fees that are now summering in the UK. Finally, don't look up now but we have another satellite story – this one discusses SpaceX's decision to buy Swarm, a company that operates around 100 microsatellites providing IoT connectivity.
Light Reading Recap: Week ending August 6
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8/9/2021  |  Post a comment
Last week's telecom news highlights included an overview of Rakuten's impressively aggressive plans, a look at Telegram's rapid growth and the looming threat it presents to telcos, and a summary of the supply chain issues that broadband equipment providers are having as the pandemic has forced higher prices and longer wait times for many components and logistics services.
Bells and whistles: Rakuten CEO sees massive upside for Symphony, software and services
News Analysis  | 
8/5/2021  |  Post a comment
Rakuten is betting that its elaborate composition of software and services will be music to the ears of telecom operators, enterprises and more.
Lumen to sell network assets serving 6M customers for $7.5B
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8/3/2021  |  Post a comment
In a move aimed at focusing its business on fiber-fed customers and big businesses, Lumen has struck a deal with Apollo to offload a large part of its US network, The WSJ reports.
Podcast: Clearfield CEO Cheri Beranek on the growth of 'community' broadband
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8/2/2021  |  Post a comment
Clearfield CEO Cheri Beranek joins the podcast to talk about how she's helped build a company that keeps growing as more and more community broadband providers deploy fiber.
Podcast: Gary Bolton on training the next wave of fiber techs
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7/30/2021  |  Post a comment
Gary Bolton, president and CEO of the Fiber Broadband Association, discusses the newly launched Optical Telecom Installation Certification (OpTIC) program, a new training and certification curriculum for fiber techs in North America.
Congress may ask for 100Mbit/s download speeds in 'underserved' areas
News Analysis  | 
7/29/2021  |  Post a comment
The draft of the broadband section of the new infrastructure bill seems to show that Congress is gently moving the goalposts on what qualifies as an adequately served broadband community.
The great fiber buildout awaits
News Analysis  | 
7/28/2021  |  Post a comment
Fiber-fed telcos and ISPs anticipate funds for big broadband buildouts, but they'll be challenged by competing technologies, incumbent dominance and an ever-widening digital divide.
Light Reading Recap: Week ending July 23
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7/26/2021  |  Post a comment
Last week's telecom news highlights included some spectrum auction and siesta news from Spain, an update on how Verizon moved forward with a fabulous, free 5G phone promotion, and you'll find out what US city took a gamble on building a network that covered 65 square miles with broadband in just 45 days.
Intel makes a $30B play for GlobalFoundries – report
News Analysis  | 
7/16/2021  |  Post a comment
What could be Intel's largest ever acquisition would put the company higher up the food chain among chip producers, but it would still lack the tech edge held by Taiwan's TSMC.
Light Reading Recap: Week ending July 9
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7/12/2021  |  Post a comment
Last week's telecom news highlights included some revealing numbers about the annual MWC Barcelona event, the US government walking back an unprecedented cloud computing contract for its defense systems, and a whimsical story about 5G-connected, remote controlled cars in Las Vegas, where the high temperature on July 12 will be 113 Fahrenheit.
Light Reading Recap: Week ending July 2
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7/5/2021  |  Post a comment
Last week's telecom news highlights included a look back at the big speeches at Mobile World Congress, Orange's new fully automated, AI-powered network and AT&T's big move to Microsoft's cloud.
Podcast: More pitches be crazy!
LRTV Interviews  | 
7/2/2021  |  Post a comment
Light Reading's editors are premium targets for PR firms and marketing experts all across the media landscape. But not all story ideas make it from the inbox to the front page.
Light Reading Recap: Week of June 25
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6/28/2021  |  Post a comment
Last week's telecom news highlights included a look back at some huge 5G product news for Nokia, a summary of some new cloudy ideas coming from Mobile World Congress, and a summary of what's up at Switzerland's Astrocast – a company launching a network of satellites for IoT connectivity.
Light Reading Recap: Week of June 18
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6/21/2021  |  Post a comment
Last week's highlights included Viavi's ongoing pursuit of a merger with Exfo, Rakuten's open RAN plan to reveal what it's really paying for telecom gear, and we briefly ponder why Nokia would roll out the red carpet for open RAN developers in Dallas.
Light Reading Recap: Week of June 11
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6/14/2021  |  Post a comment
Last week's highlights included a piece of good news for TikTok users in the US, a big bet on BT's fiber rollout from French telecom giant Altice and Starlink's plans to provide in-flight Wi-Fi.
Light Reading Recap: Week ending June 4
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6/7/2021  |  Post a comment
Last week's news highlights included a look at big telco job numbers (they're dropping), Huawei's software strategy and T-Mobile's plans to connect rural America. This video first appeared on Informa Tech's executive community, The Network.
Heavy Reading's Sterling Perrin: Optical networking's next act
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5/24/2021  |  Post a comment
Heavy Reading's Sterling Perrin discusses the latest with 400G pluggables in the metro and 800G optical modules in the data center as we preview this week's event, "Optical Networking Digital Symposium: A New Age of Optical Networking."
Revisiting the 5G 100: Who stays? Who goes?
The Philter  | 
5/21/2021  |  Post a comment
Friday fun: The Informa Tech 5G 100 influencers lists needs an update. Let us know who should stay, who should go and who you think we're missing.
Podcast: AT&T unravels its content, pay-TV empire
LRTV Documentaries  | 
5/18/2021  |  Post a comment
Light Reading's Alan Breznick and Jeff Baumgartner weigh in on the burning questions surrounding the recently announced media moves by AT&T.
Podcast: Limelight's Steve Miller-Jones on tracking the content delivery evolution
LRTV Interviews  | 
5/17/2021  |  Post a comment
Steve Miller-Jones of Limelight Networks joins the podcast to talk about the future of media and video distribution.
MWC Barcelona poll: Most say they'll stay away
The Philter  | 
5/14/2021  |  Post a comment
Our unscientific reader poll shows that nearly 7 in 10 folks who attended #MWC19 will not likely turn up for #MWC21.
Podcast: Stanford's Nick McKeown on his SDN legacy and 5G security
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5/11/2021  |  Post a comment
Stanford University's Nick McKeown, recipient of the 2021 IEEE Alexander Graham Bell Medal, joins the podcast to discuss a career milestone and a very forward-looking 5G project that involves (hopefully not) crashing drones on purpose.
Double checking: Are you going to MWC Barcelona?
The Philter  | 
5/7/2021  |  Post a comment
We're still getting mixed messages about #MWC2021. The pandemic's grip is loosening in several places, but is it enough to bring the telecom world to Barcelona? Take our survey and let us know.
Now open: The 2021 Light Reading Leading Lights awards
The Philter  | 
5/3/2021  |  Post a comment
Our entry page is live and we're now accepting your nominations for outstanding achievements in communications across 26 categories, including the Light Reading Hall of Fame.
End-to-end service orchestration in the 5G and cloud era
Telecom Innovators Video Showcase  | 
4/30/2021  |  Post a comment
With the nexus of 5G, cloud and edge, the foundation is being laid to enable a wide range of innovative services. But getting these launched quickly and managed effectively requires service providers to evolve how they approach service automation and orchestration.
The Leading Lights returns in 2021
The Philter  | 
4/29/2021  |  Post a comment
Light Reading's flagship awards program has more categories and more chances to celebrate – online and in person. We're accepting entries beginning May 3.
Corning anticipates more 5G-fueled fiber growth ahead
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4/28/2021  |  Post a comment
Corning CEO said that 5G network densification will be 'driving a lot more glass into the wireless network.'
Podcast: Verizon's Anand Shah on why private networks are a big opportunity
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4/21/2021  |  Post a comment
Anand Shah, Verizon's director of technology strategy and architecture, joins the podcast to talk all about private networks.
How Plume's WorkPass can bring smart connectivity to SMBs
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4/7/2021  |  Post a comment

On this sponsored edition of the Light Reading podcast, we chat with Tyson Marian, Plume's chief commercial officer, about the company's new product, WorkPass.

The 'undecideds' could shape MWC Barcelona this year
News Analysis  | 
4/7/2021  |  Post a comment
Our short, informal survey revealed that nearly one in every five people who went to MWC Barcelona in 2019 are still not sure about whether they'll attend #MWC21.
Reimagining the Internet for the Future
Telecom Innovators Video Showcase  | 
4/5/2021  |  Post a comment
Discover how new innovations can fundamentally change the economics of the Internet and help close the digital divide.
Heavy Reading's Gabriel Brown: Exploring the world of open RAN
LRTV Interviews  | 
4/2/2021  |  Post a comment
Heavy Reading analyst Gabriel Brown offers up a preview of the upcoming two-day Open RAN World Digital Conference.
Are you going to MWC Barcelona?
News Analysis  | 
4/1/2021  |  Post a comment
The big cloud companies won't be at #MWC2021, but a cloud evangelist will. What about you? Take our survey and let us know.
Cisco recounts recent tech advances, previews a post-pandemic pitch
News Analysis  | 
3/30/2021  |  Post a comment
As the Cisco Live event kicks off today, the networking giant looks beyond the lockdowns and urges service providers to build the network they're going to need when the world gets moving again.
Simplifying fiber networks with end-to-end cloud management
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3/29/2021  |  Post a comment
Adtran's CTO, Ryan McCowan, discusses the benefits of Mosaic One, a network and services optimization platform purpose-built to reduce subscriber churn.
Heavy Reading's Gabriel Brown on 5G's next wave
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3/5/2021  |  Post a comment
The symposium will be moderated by Brown, along with Jim Hodges, chief analyst, Heavy Reading, and it will feature speakers from Swisscom, Anritsu, Red Hat, 5G Americas, Telus and more.
Executive Spotlight Q&A: Plume Co-founder and CEO Fahri Diner
Executive Spotlight Q&A  | 
2/25/2021  |  Post a comment
Light Reading talks to Plume Co-founder and CEO Fahri Diner about his company's origins, its raison d'être and its funding.
Podcast: Low-latency broadband powers a Michigan music masterclass
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2/24/2021  |  Post a comment
The Light Reading podcast welcomes Dan Kurin, tech coordinator at Factory Two, and Brandon Corder, CEO of Beats x Beers, to discuss an upcoming experiment with low-latency broadband in Flint, Michigan.
News bites: Coherent's third suitor ups the ante
News Analysis  | 
2/12/2021  |  Post a comment
Also included in our late afternoon summary of news and comment: stats from the Super Bowl of Wi-Fi and Dell'Oro projects growth for the CBRS RAN market.
News bites: The Coherent courting continues
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2/11/2021  |  Post a comment
Also included in our late afternoon summary of news and comment: An update on the men caught up in Huawei's crossfire, Sling TV adds a new TV bundle and Comcast launches vaccine info resources.
What's ahead in optical?
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2/11/2021  |  Post a comment
Heavy Reading's Sterling Perrin gives a quick rundown of what's coming up in the optical networking space for 2021 as he previews Light Reading's Optical Networking Symposium on February 16 and 18.
News bites: Unicorns are everywhere
News Analysis  | 
2/10/2021  |  Post a comment
Also included in our late afternoon summary of news and comment: Calix improves its cloud, Oracle recharges charging, Viasat offers in-flight Wi-Fi over Russia and Charter uses apps to make entertainment more accessible.
News bites: II-VI sees quick gains from Finisar buy
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2/9/2021  |  Post a comment
Also included in our late afternoon summary of news and comment, Coherent is choosing between multi-billion dollar suitors, an Alaskan region gets some fiber-based broadband and Sling has a V-Day deal.
Cisco reports software, security sizzle as Q2 revenues remain flat
News Analysis  | 
2/9/2021  |  Post a comment
In a mixed quarter, Cisco reported flat revenues, but it beat earnings estimates and had a bright spot in software and security sales.
News bites: Another UK chipmaker gets a multi-billion dollar buyout offer
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2/8/2021  |  Post a comment
Also included in our late afternoon summary of news and comment: Dish picks Aviat for backhaul, DZS closes its Optelian acquisition and Verizon takes on gamer complainers.
News bites: Adtran's big little customer mix
News Analysis  | 
2/5/2021  |  Post a comment
Also in this news roundup: Chunghwa is aiming to buy and build a lot of base stations to grow 5G in Taiwan, plus some other headlines.
Podcast: Detlef Nauck on how BT uses AI, data science
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1/27/2021  |  Post a comment
Detlef Nauck, Head of AI & Data Science Research for BT's Applied Research Division, discusses how telcos use AI.
DriveNets, a unicorn, finds more funding among the network clouds
News Analysis  | 
1/27/2021  |  Post a comment
The startup looking to bring new cloud-like efficiency to service provider networking has raised another $208 million and is eager to grow up fast.
White House vows 'multilateral' approach to dealing with Huawei, China
News Analysis  | 
1/25/2021  |  Post a comment
The Biden White House is aiming to build a 'comprehensive strategy' that pushes back on China's global economic influence, a stance that will keep Huawei sidelined in US 5G buildouts.
Podcast: eero CEO Nick Weaver takes Wi-Fi management for the win
CxO Spotlight  | 
1/13/2021  |  Post a comment
eero's CEO discusses Wi-Fi 6, pandemic connectivity and how the company is courting service provider broadband partners.
Acacia reports revenue, profit growth as it scraps with Cisco
News Analysis  | 
1/11/2021  |  Post a comment
The components vendor said its business is growing thanks to bandwidth demands and it stands by its desire to call off its pending acquisition by Cisco.
Omdia's Dario Talmesio: What's ahead for CSPs in 2021
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1/6/2021  |  Post a comment
Light Reading's Phil Harvey and Omdia's Dario Talmesio discuss some big topics that will shape the year ahead for communications service providers (CSPs).
Podcast: Fujitsu's Dr. Femi Adeyemi is an open book on open RAN
LRTV Interviews  | 
12/30/2020  |  Post a comment
The Light Reading podcast welcomes Dr. Femi Adeyemi, the head of the wireless business at Fujitsu Network Communications, to talk about the business of open RAN.
Service providers see more network automation, AI from the core to the edge
News Analysis  | 
12/24/2020  |  Post a comment
Recent examples offered by Verizon and T-Mobile show a wide and growing variety of network automation, with some AI use, as 5G arrives.
Off Topic: Gary Smith on blending photography, philanthropy
LRTV Interviews  | 
12/24/2020  |  Post a comment
Ciena CEO Gary Smith discusses his photography practice and what life is like in the square frame.
US smacks SMIC and keeps the heat on Huawei
News Analysis  | 
12/18/2020  |  Post a comment
The latest addition to the Commerce Department's Entity List is the same firm that Huawei was looking to turn to after it lost a key smartphone components supplier earlier this year.
US stings SMIC
Featured Content Special  | 
12/18/2020  |  Post a comment
The latest addition to the Commerce Department's Entity List is the same firm that Huawei was looking to.
Telia Carrier leans on pluggable optics for a simpler network
The Philter  | 
12/17/2020  |  Post a comment
The wholesale carrier said it will use routing platforms that support 400G pluggable optics to build a faster, more manageable network.
Podcast: Orange Business Services gets SASE
LRTV Interviews  | 
12/14/2020  |  Post a comment
Rob Mello, head of strategy and transformation in the Americas for Orange Business Services, joins the podcast to discuss the carrier's use of the cloud when deploying security services to enterprise customers.
Ciena's opex flex
CxO Spotlight  | 
12/11/2020  |  Post a comment
Looking ahead to 2021, Ciena's CEO talks about its 800G systems, network automation and webscale supplier status as the company looks beyond the pandemic.
Google Cloud brings apps to the edge for glorious benefit of 5G
News Analysis  | 
12/8/2020  |  Post a comment
Google Cloud brings 200 partner applications at the edge as it continues its strategy to, in part, help service providers make money from 5G.
Omdia's Pablo Tomasi on the 2021 outlook for private networks
LRTV Interviews  | 
12/1/2020  |  Post a comment
Light Reading's Phil Harvey and Omdia's Pablo Tomasi recap the latest Informa Tech event, Private Networks in a 5G World.
Podcast: Cogent's Dave Schaeffer on building a better backbone
CxO Spotlight  | 
11/25/2020  |  Post a comment
Cogent, one of the world's largest ISPs, offers customers and competitors the ability to create their own global network, across its entire footprint, while paying on a per-usage basis.
Heavy Reading's Sterling Perrin on network slicing, edge needs for 5G applications
LRTV Interviews  | 
11/9/2020  |  Post a comment
Heavy Reading's Sterling Perrin and Light Reading's Phil Harvey recap the recent 5G Transport & Networking Strategies symposium, and they discuss network slicing in transport networks, how Verizon is handling its 5G traffic and how the increasing importance of edge computing is shaping optical networking technologies and spending.
Podcast: Infinera's Tim Doiron on TIP, open networking and how vendors adapt
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10/30/2020  |  Post a comment
Infinera's Tim Doiron discusses open networking and Infinera's role in a recent Telecom Infra Project deployment.
Heavy Reading's Gabriel Brown: 5G evolution, private networks and the iPhone 12
LRTV Interviews  | 
10/23/2020  |  Post a comment
Light Reading's Phil Harvey and Heavy Reading's Gabriel Brown recap the 5G Ecosystem Digital Symposium and discuss the state of the industry when it comes to telecom 5G deployments, and what is likely to happen next.
Podcast: Boingo's Mike Zeto on private networks and enterprise opportunities
LRTV Interviews  | 
10/16/2020  |  Post a comment
The Light Reading podcast welcomes Mike Zeto, SVP of Boingo's global strategy and emerging businesses, to discuss private networks as an opportunity for both service providers and enterprises.
DoD awards $600M to AT&T, Ericsson, Nokia, others, for 5G testing
News Analysis  | 
10/8/2020  |  Post a comment
The US Defense Dept. is awarding a huge sum to more than a dozen companies to help create 'the largest full-scale 5G tests for dual-use applications in the world.'
Telus VP Bernard Bureau: Embracing open RAN
LRTV Documentaries  | 
9/30/2020  |  Post a comment
Bernard Bureau, VP of network and architecture strategy at Telus, talks about why Telus is keen to support open RAN and what it expects from vendors.
Microsoft's pitch to telcos for 5G and beyond
News Analysis  | 
9/28/2020  |  Post a comment
The name Azure of Operators doesn't sound exciting, but it represents a way for carriers to partner with a cloud provider that has been quite serious about putting communications and the cloud together.
DriveNets confirmed by AT&T for cloud-native core routing project
News Analysis  | 
9/28/2020  |  Post a comment
AT&T confirms it deployed its disaggregated core routing platform with technology from Broadcom, DriveNets and UfiSpace.
The Big 5G Event Recap: 5G stands alone
LRTV Documentaries  | 
9/25/2020  |  Post a comment
Light Reading's Mike Dano and Phil Harvey recount some of the highlights of a busy, busy event discussing all things 5G. Standalone 5G stood alone as the big thing to watch in the coming months.
Omdia's James Crawshaw: 5G will drive OSS market recovery
LRTV Interviews  | 
9/21/2020  |  Post a comment
The most advanced 5G features anticipated by network operators, like network slicing, will require OSS systems to be modernized and expanded, says Omdia Principal Analyst James Crawshaw.
Omdia's Pablo Tomasi: 5G importance in private networks
LRTV Interviews  | 
9/18/2020  |  Post a comment
Omdia Senior Analyst Pablo Tomasi says 5G won't be the main technology in private networks for a few years, but the 5G discussions in some verticals are moving the needle on planning and purchasing.
Omdia's Dario Talmesio: Big enterprise 5G opportunities
LRTV Interviews  | 
9/18/2020  |  Post a comment
In this overview of what's happening in the 5G market, Omdia Principal Analyst & Practice Leader Dario Talmesio discusses the 5G deployments to date, the biggest enterprise vertical opportunities and how Apple's products will kickstart 5G consumer acceptance.
Heavy Reading's Gabriel Brown on O-RAN's progress and the challenges of SA 5G
LRTV Interviews  | 
9/10/2020  |  Post a comment
Heavy Reading's Gabriel Brown discusses how O-RAN is gathering momentum in 5G networks and why that matters. He also weighs in on operator moves to embrace standalone 5G, and what's holding some of them back.
China export rules aim to slow down TikTok sale
News Analysis  | 
8/31/2020  |  Post a comment
The dance between the US and China over bits, bytes and ByteDance's video-sharing social network begins anew this week with more bureaucratic posturing in response to Trump's forthcoming US TikTok ban.
AT&T sizes up its pay-TV legacy
The Philter  | 
8/28/2020  |  Post a comment
Reports that AT&T wants to shed DirecTV are not new, but now is an excellent time for AT&T to simplify and clean up its stable of video distribution services.
Podcast: Omdia's Jaimie Lenderman on cable's latest DAA efforts
LRTV Interviews  | 
8/24/2020  |  Post a comment
Omdia Analyst Jaimie Lenderman discusses cable operator efforts to reimagine their networks as less centralized and with more intelligence at the edge.
Leading Lights 2020: The Winners
News Analysis  | 
8/21/2020  |  Post a comment
Find out which companies our editors have selected as winners in the 2020 Leading Lights awards.
Light Reading Hall of Fame 2020
LRTV Documentaries  | 
8/21/2020  |  Post a comment
The Hall of Fame welcomes FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, Dish Network Chairman Charlie Ergen, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki and Infonetics Research Co-Founder and Analyst Michael Howard.
Podcast: BT Security's Kevin Brown on remote working and human firewalls
LRTV Interviews  | 
8/21/2020  |  Post a comment
BT Security's Kevin Brown joins the podcast to discuss remote working in a pandemic, including all the risks, changes and advantages the 'new normal' has for service providers. We'll also cover BT's concept of a 'human firewall' and how companies can prioritize their security approach based on people, not technology.
Light Reading's Leading Lights 2020: The shortlist discussions
Prime Reading  | 
8/20/2020  |  Post a comment
Light Reading announced the finalists for this year's Leading Lights Awards program in June. Here are all the editor's blogs discussing each one of their shortlist picks.
Playlist: Light Reading's 'What's the Story?' podcast
Prime Reading  | 
8/19/2020  |  Post a comment
This page will keep an updated playlist with our 'What's the Story?' podcast series, along with links to each episode and the show notes.
US adds 38 more Huawei-related firms to its naughty list
News Analysis  | 
8/17/2020  |  Post a comment
The US Commerce Dept. closes loopholes in its trade restrictions involving Huawei and puts more Huawei affiliates on the Entity List.
Windstream's new optical network runs on Ciena
News Analysis  | 
8/10/2020  |  Post a comment
A national network upgrade for Windstream will include photonics, coherent optical tech and software platforms from Ciena.
Leading Lights 2020 Finalists: Most Innovative Telecom Product (Optical/IP/Carrier Ethernet/FTTH)
The Philter  | 
8/6/2020  |  Post a comment
Seven companies, with six offerings – AT&T and Colt Technology Services; Cisco, Ericsson, Infinera, Microchip and RtBrick – made the cut in a highly competitive category.
Leading Lights 2020 Finalists: Company of the Year (Public)
News Analysis  | 
7/30/2020  |  Post a comment
Five companies – Amdocs, Ciena, CommScope, Fortinet and Vonage – made the cut in the Company of the Year (Public) category.
Openet opts to dance with the 'dinosaur'
News Analysis  | 
7/23/2020  |  Post a comment
Openet, the policy and (hard) charging specialist, is being snapped up by Amdocs, its bigger rival in the BSS space.
Leading Lights 2020 Finalists: Company of the Year (Private)
The Philter  | 
7/23/2020  |  Post a comment
Six companies – Altiostar Networks, Arrcus, Cohere Technologies, DriveNets, World Wide Technology and ZenFi Networks – made the cut in the Company of the Year (Private) category.


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