NCTC, which represents dozens of operators that use MobiTV, has asked members to put up at least $1 million toward potential MobiTV buyers.
New president signals that he, too, plans to take a tough line over technologies regarded as a potential threat.
Beijing's 14th five-year plan calls for building on China's 5G advantage to maintain its status as the world's factory floor, but it's less ambitious than previous plans.
Companies put their patent‑infringement battles behind them, but only after Lenovo agrees to make a net balancing payment to Nokia.
Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners is said to have teamed up with EQT on a possible takeover bid valuing the Dutch telco at over $15bn.
Philippines' newest operator, Dito Telecom, has stumbled at the first hurdle in its mission to break the local duopoly.
Bharti Enterprises and Dixon Technologies have agreed to form a joint venture to produce telecom and networking products.
US Supreme Court ruled that the use of Oracle software code to build the Android operating system did not violate federal copyright law.
Operators want authorities to block SpaceX's launch of commercial services during a testing phase, saying it has not obtained licenses.
Telecom Italia completes FiberCop agreements with two shareholders, but many obstacles remain on route to create the ultimate 'AccessCo.'
Even after coronavirus, Deliveroo's IPO flops, wiping £2 billion from a £7.6 billion opening market cap. How much will the indigestion affect tech IPOs?
US technology giants backs out citing safety concerns, and Google also confirms its withdrawal from this year's event.
'We have to be smart in choosing,' says government minister.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Ooredoo sells towers in Indonesia; CityFibre wants clearer broadband labelling; Nokia helps make Nicosia smarter.
Britain's OneWeb has launched 146 satellites of 648, chasing SpaceX's Starlink on 1,300. But Neil Masterson's real race is for funding and customers.
The recent misfortunes of Japan's answer to WhatsApp could be an opportunity for Japan's telecom operators.
Chipmaker can finally pop the cork, although the US agency still believes the company violated antitrust laws.
The social networking giant continues its strategy of partnering with local telcos to build new infrastructure to boost connectivity.
AdaptiveMobile reveals a 'major security flaw' in the architecture of 5G network slicing and virtualized network functions.
MetTel CTO Ed Fox discusses how the service providers' customers are balancing the use of collaboration applications, SD-WAN, VPNs and SASE to support their employees working on-premises and remotely.