3:30 PM -- Now there's another telecommunications title to which the U.S. can lay claim: This country generates more spam than any other nation on Earth.
The researchers at Sophos, an antivirus software company, say they've scanned all spam messages received at its global network throughout 2004 month and they've found that the U.S. is "responsible for exporting 42.11 percent of all spam."
China, South Korea, Canada, and France made the list as well. The complete list of the dozen worst spamming countries is here.
The researchers could not immediately confirm my speculation that most of the world's exported spam finds its way back to [email protected].
This mini episode of the Light Reading podcast features Ray Le Maistre and Dario Talmesio discussing the big trends shaping the 5G market worldwide, now that so many major operators have launched 5G services.
Building edge computing resources for advanced applications is going to be a big challenge to telcos in terms of how and where to invest, as well as when and where to partner with cloud providers, vendors and others.