Following the acquisition of Robin.io in February, the Japanese company is phasing out an older platform it used to support its mobile network.
Dish plans to launch postpaid services under its new Boost Infinite brand sometime in the fall but pricing details weren't revealed.
The US software vendor looks tarnished by its association with investor Charles Koch, whose business has been criticized for continuing to operate in Russia.
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The Swedish company's share price took another hit after profits were also hurt by its decision to suspend business in Russia indefinitely.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Deutsche Telekom stops software development in Russia; Virgin Media thinks SLAs are old hat; Orange taps Nokia for 5G core.
The operator is competing against dozens of other companies for a pool of expensive talent and its success cannot be guaranteed.
'You'll have one device to rule them all and won't have to carry around two mobile phones for business and personal use while still having a distinct separation between work and personal calls,' an exec boasted.
'We're the only ones with a 5G standalone core and you really need a 5G standalone core to enable a lot of these use cases that you're hearing about,' T-Mobile CFO Peter Osvaldik said this week.
'Most of the applications on devices really can be served by 30, 50, 60 Mbit/s, no problem,' UScellular's Mike Irizarry said, noting that those are the speeds supported today by UScellular's 4G LTE network.
The operator has carried out network slicing trials with Ericsson but says rules changes are needed before new services can be offered.
The Japanese vendor's Symphony business is championing openness as it goes after a market still dominated by Huawei, Ericsson and Nokia.
The Chinese equipment vendor's continued involvement in Russia is awkward for its biggest European customers.
Artificial intelligence developed by US Big Tech will help to run the UK operator in the years ahead.
Howard Watson, CTIO of BT Group, discusses the operator's shift from non-standalone to standalone 5G, why it matters for customers and the technological hurdles to standing up a 5G core.
6G remains in danger of fragmentation, according to one of China Mobile's top researchers.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Nokia goes a-slicing; Huawei turns Giga Green; telecom does its bit for Ukraine.
Light Reading's Fiona Graham hits the showfloor for an update as Mobile World Congress 2022 kicks off in Barcelona.
Azure Operator Distributed Services, Azure Operator 5G Core, Azure Private 5G Core and Azure public MEC solution are among the new offerings from Microsoft.
The Finnish mobile operator has made a name for itself in automation. Now it is turning to US Big Tech for the next chapter in the story.