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Juniper adds security features, hardware to SD-WAN portfolio

Juniper has updated its Session Smart Router (SSR) SD-WAN platform with intrusion detection and prevention systems (IDS/IPS), URL filtering capabilities and Juniper-branded hardware.

Eurobites: Telefónica Tech and Grupo Álava team up on 5G-fueled predictive maintenance

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Portugal's IP Telecom upgrades with Nokia; Orange turns to solar power in Côte d'Ivoire; Intracom Telecom expands mmWave range for FWA.

Why does 5G only pose a problem for US airplanes?

US worries about 5G having negative effects on aircraft safety systems don't seem to spread internationally, as other countries take a relaxed view.

Comcast makes big changes to product and tech exec team

Fraser Stirling upped to global chief product officer; Elad Nafshi rises to EVP and chief network officer; Rick Rioboli named chief technology and information officer; and Noam Raffaelli named SVP, wireless engineering, emerging technologies and business.

Eurobites: Lebanon's telcos in 'crisis management mode'

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: TIM rides the rails; BT chairman in line for regulator role; Ukraine suffers massive cyberattack.

Looks like no respite for Huawei from Biden

Trump's State Department launched a 'Clean Networks' initiative that rallied US allies against Huawei. Biden's new 'Alliance for the Future of the Internet' likely will do the same.

Growth tops the agenda for Segra's new CEO

Kevin Hart, Cox's former CTO, said fiber-focused Segra will pursue growth by expanding into adjacent areas, broadening its product slate and seeking opportunities in unserved and underserved markets.

Eurobites: Canal+ turns to Ateme for low-latency streaming

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: watch out, adware's about; Telefónica boss on digital slavery; pay-TV predictions for Africa.

Windstream's Mike Frane forecasts enterprise networking and security trends for 2022

Returning guest Mike Frane discusses the top-of-mind trends for enterprises this year around securely connecting the distributed workforce.

DT moves open RAN head into CTO role as Choi steps aside

German incumbent names Abdu Mudesir as its chief technology officer, with Alex Choi taking charge of research.

Eurobites: TIM under pressure to name new CEO – report

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Ericsson's Cloud RAN passes the audition; AccelerComm joins Small Cell Forum; TalkTalk rejigs wholesale team.

What's ahead for Asia in 2022

Chips, human rights, 6G: What's ahead for Asia this year?

Telecom in 2030: Openness with no guarantee of diversity

Open interfaces will be baked into future generations of mobile technology, but that does not mean the market will be more competitive.

Eurobites: Airtel Africa sells Tanzanian towers

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Agcom gives green light to FiberCop co-investment program; Telkom SA's spectrum auction gripes; UK security law kicks in.

SaaS-based network security scores $1.2B in revenue for Q3 2021 – report

Citing an 'uncommon alignment between enterprise IT teams asking for more security investment and business leadership willing to do so,' SaaS-based network security revenues rose 26% in the quarter, Dell'Oro says.

It's time for the Biden administration to get it together in 5G

A year into the Biden administration, 'there is no spectrum plan, there are no big auctions planned, at a time when everyone was all about 'we've got to beat China on the race to 5G,' said a former FCC chief.

Huawei 2021 sales decimated by US sanctions

Chinese vendor reports a 30% drop in revenues as the US campaign finally catches up with it.

Samsung to support NFTs in new smart TVs

TV maker's NFT Platform will be available in a set of 2022 models, including its MicroLED, Neo QLED and The Frame products.

New skills trump traditional expertise in hiring trends – Omdia

New skillsets are increasingly required, but telcos are also adopting new terminology that disguises need for skills such as NFV and SDN.

Asia's 2021: Chip shortages, more trade wars and modest 5G gains

It was a year dominated by chip supply woes and the deepening US-China trade war. Also, 5G gained lots of ground but showed few signs of returns.

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