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American Tower and IBM take sustainability from the cloud to the edge

American Tower and IBM executives join the podcast to discuss how the tower company's acquisition of CoreSite has impacted its data center business, how the edge computing market is evolving, and why sustainability and energy consumption is a growing concern for both American Tower and IBM.

Omdia's Roz Roseboro: The cloud is as transformational as it is buzzy

Omdia's Roz Roseboro discussed how 5G and the rise of the distributed workforce have changed how enterprises utilize the cloud. She also provided a sneak peek into her research on AI and the customer experience.

Heavy Reading's Jennifer Clark on AI for UX

Heavy Reading's Jennifer Clark discusses industry progress around AI and how service providers can use it to improve user experience.

Verizon's Debika Bhattacharya on the endless possibilities for generative AI

Verizon CPO Debika Bhattacharya explains how the company is using generative AI, its approach to edge computing and why FWA and cloud elasticity are on the rise.

Boingo's Rachel Rea on 5G for trains and planes

Boingo Wireless' Rachel Rea provided an update on Boingo's 5G and Wi-Fi deployments across transportation hubs in New York and New Jersey such as the New York Port Authority.

Omdia's Jaimie Lenderman on fiber's foundation for 5G

Omdia's Jaimie Lenderman joins the podcast to discuss the physical convergence of fixed and 5G networks and how fiber deployments are backing 5G networks.

Lumen extends reach of 400G ports in US, EMEA

Lumen Technologies is expanding its 400G IP transit ports across 12 new markets in the US and EMEA this year and into 2024.

Ciena splashes into metro routing market with WaveRouter

Heavy Reading's Sterling Perrin said this is Ciena's first foray into 'big routing as a company,' and they're coming up against incumbents such as Juniper, Cisco, DriveNets and Arista.

Cable training evolves to cover 'connectivity' amid rise of fiber and wireless tech

NCTI CEO Stacey Slaughter says traditional cable remains core to the company's training and education programs. But NCTI, mirroring operator trends, continues to expand into fiber and wireless.

New innovation report extends beyond ‘cable’ focus

Camilla Formica, the chief program officer at The Cable Center and Syndeo Institute, discusses the group's new 'Intrapreneurship & Innovation Report' and its aim to deliver 'diversity of thought.'

Asian telcos struggle to find room for women leaders

Operators have lifted their reporting on diversity but progress in promoting women has been glacial.

Fortinet converges SASE security policies for mobile workforce

Fortinet's Anne-Gaelle Santos explained that the cybersecurity company works closely with service provider customers to develop managed SASE and SD-WAN services to secure the mobile workforce.

Bill asks telcos to filter abortion pill content, commerce

A new bill in the Texas House asks ISPs to block access to abortion pill websites and apps in Texas, even though the information exists, and the medicines are legal, outside of the state.

Orange gets down to business with latest strategic plan

France-based group unveils new 'Lead the future' strategic vision, and announces an overhaul of Orange Business Services.

EPB earmarks $70M for 25-Gig services and fiber upgrades

Katie Espeseth, VP at electric power distributor EPB, joins the podcast to explain what the 25-Gig services and fiber deployments mean for economic development in Tennessee.

AT&T and Palo Alto Networks: Relationship equity key to upward mobility in cybersecurity

Building relationship equity and demonstrating strong interpersonal skills are key for cybersecurity employees that want to move up in their organization, said a Palo Alto Networks SVP.

The Divide: How Wave 7 is connecting Enfield, North Carolina, with community broadband

This week: Wave 7's LaShawn Williamson and Connect Humanity's Brian Vo join to discuss their partnership on a wireless build in Enfield, North Carolina, and the importance of community broadband providers.

Unit 42 tackles threat intelligence on a global scale

Since 2014, Unit 42 has worked closely with clients and law enforcement agencies to identify, analyze and evaluate cybersecurity threats.

What's the Story? All SES wants for Christmas are MEO satellites

Connecting Africa's Paula Gilbert interviews Light Reading's Kelsey Ziser about her recent tour of Boeing's satellite facility and meeting with SES.

The Notebook Dump: Broadband prevails, satellites are cool and Twitter's a mess

Light Reading editors Nicole Ferraro, Mike Dano and Phil Harvey talk about broadband mapping, satellites, space commercialization and more in their recap of the work week ended November 11, 2022.

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