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Taiwan Mobile's new spectrum assets hold up 5G merger approval

Telco argues its case for retaining extra midband frequencies acquired in the Taiwan Star deal.

Ukraine telecom commissioner appeals for more equipment

Liliia Malon highlights the country's most pressing equipment needs and encourages donors to take advantage of a new Digital Tech Hub, which makes logistics easier.

Eurobites: Hyperoptic upgrades IP core network with Nokia

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Europe struggles in Fiber Development Index; unlicensed operators help Russian military in war-torn Ukraine; STC sets up new infrastructure assets company.

Adeia CEO on what follows the spin-out from Xperi

Paul Davis, the CEO of Adeia, the intellectual property and licensing company spun out of Xperi, says patent portfolio and market expansion are near-term priorities, and litigation is a 'last resort.'

Rakuten Mobile's Tareq Amin: Symware celebration

Tareq Amin, CEO of Rakuten Mobile and Rakuten Symphony, discusses how he got Symware from being a reference architecture to a shipping product, with plans to deploy 30,000 units in Rakuten Mobile's network in Japan.

Dragons, tuna and Lego: the strange world of telco transformation

At DTW, executives from CSPs old and new provided insights into the challenges and opportunities of turning digital.

Telcos have no easy escape from public cloud lock-in

As the telecom industry's reliance on the public cloud continues to grow, so does the risk of being tied to one provider.

Telenor says open RAN window is shrinking

The Norwegian incumbent says it has deployed so much traditional 5G equipment that open RAN is unlikely to figure prominently in its plans.

Vedanta-Foxconn plant boosts India's chipmaking industry

Government's PLI scheme-driven new announcements, like Vedanta-Foxconn $20 billion plant, have given a much-needed fillip to the Indian chipmaking ecosystem.

German open RAN pioneer 1&1 hits six-month 5G rollout delay

The company building a 'greenfield' open RAN network in Germany has blamed one of its suppliers for a delay to the rollout of 1,000 5G sites.

Samsung tackles sins of emission with $50B R&D package

South Korean behemoth targets Scope 1 and Scope 2 net zero carbon emissions across all its global operations by 2050.

VMware problems mount as SEC says it misled investors

Virtualization company pays an $8 million settlement after authorities charge it with fiddling the numbers.

MaxLinear 'AnyWAN' chips target FTTP, DOCSIS and FWA

MaxLinear's new family of gateway chips are designed to support multiple access networks and software platforms, and help its device and operator partners get a better grip on supply chain constraints.

AI4Europe kickstarts new AI drive

The project aims to develop the AI-on-demand platform with an initial €9 million ($9.1 million) in funding.

O-RAN Alliance made safer for US firms in controversial new rules

US companies will be free to mingle with sanctioned Chinese and Russian organizations after a Department of Commerce update this week.

OTTs and geopolitics rule the waves in subsea cable world

OTTs carry more than 70% of all internet data, and are the biggest investors in new cable systems. Google and Meta are the most aggressive investors in subsea.

The 3 biggest iPhone 14 takeaways: Satellites, eSIMs and Dish

Apple announced its new iPhone 14, which will have support for Globalstar satellite connections, more eSIM usability, and support for Dish Network's Band 70 spectrum.

Nokia makes MXIE more flexible with new partners

Siemens MindConnect Software Agent and Zscaler Private Access climb on board to expand capabilities of Finnish supplier's on-prem mission critical industrial edge compute solution.

Arm sues Qualcomm over Nuvia chip design licenses

UK chip designer accuses Qualcomm of misuse and wants certain Nuvia designs destroyed and (unspecified) financial compensation.

Ciena blames 'unreliable' suppliers as profits tumble

Optical equipment maker Ciena says it was unable to meet customer demand because of component shortages, but guides for improvements next year.

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