Women In Comms
All News & Views
NTT's Rika Nakazawa on managing rubrics for private 5G networks

Nakazawa discusses how the operator manages private networks for customers both on-campus and while roaming, and shares future use cases for the private network market.

Big 5G Event: T-Mobile expands and Dish sets growth plans

The editors discuss T-Mobile's geographic expansion of 5G coverage, Dish Network's ambitious growth plans, and provide a recap of the Women in Telecom workshop.

The Cable Center CEO on how the industry must innovate from within to drive change

In this podcast, Diane Christman, new CEO of The Cable Center, digs into the genesis, purpose and takeaways of the organization's first annual 'Intrapreneurship & Innovation Report,' and offers a look ahead to this year's Cable Hall of Fame event in New York.

Boingo's Rebecca Gray on bolstering a diverse talent pool

Gray explains why paying it forward as a mentor is critical because 'the next generation of wireless is not going to build itself.'

Boingo's Rebecca Gray brings a military mindset to women in wireless

Gray explains how she has applied learnings from her military and athletic background to leadership roles in the telecom industry.

Eurobites: Virgin flops in latest Ofcom complaints survey

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: A1 has a decent first quarter, faces possible trouble in Belarus; Airties bought by private equity firm; Orange Business Services completes Siemens' SD-WAN.

WiCipedia: Pinterest pinpoints more women in leadership roles

This week in our WiCipedia roundup: Pinterest puts more women in leadership; NASA sends first Black woman to the International Space Station; overqualified women are underappreciated; and more.

Rosenworcel promises broadband map this fall

The FCC Chairwoman also confirmed the Commission would start a challenge process following the map release to give localities, tribes, carriers and consumers the opportunity to tell the agency what it got wrong.

Verizon's Maggie Hallbach on securing and connecting the public sector

Hallbach discusses how her team works with Verizon Frontline to utilize technologies such as 5G to support first responders, and the learnings from Verizon's $119 million network investment in and around SoFi Stadium for Super Bowl LVI.

Charter CTO: Cable industry 'well on our way' to 10G

Cable is at the start of the commercialization phase of DOCSIS 4.0, a cornerstone of 10G, with suppliers and other tech partners inching toward interops, Charter's Stephanie Mitchko-Beale said at LR's annual cable tech event.

Ransomware a 'scourge on society,' Omdia reports

In addition to ransomware, hacking and supply chain attacks are the leading ways that bad actors obtain corporate data for exposure, the research group said.

Eurobites: Openreach to recruit 4,000 this year for fiber frenzy

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Telefónica Tech gets on Oracle's Cloud; Zain KSA picks Nokia for network expansion; Seacom bags Ugandan assets.

Verizon's Aparna Khurjekar guides SMBs through the security labyrinth

Khurjekar works closely with small and midsized businesses with ten to 1,000 full-time employees on delivering communications, security and "other above the network services."

Juniper takes SRX to the cloud with Secure Edge

Secure Edge provides customers with the ability to access the security features available on Juniper's security, routing and switching hardware (SRX Series Service Gateways) in the cloud.

Verizon's Nicki Palmer isn't afraid to fail

As women in the telecom industry work toward parity in representation, particularly in technical roles, they can't let fear get in the way of their career goals, said Palmer.

Ciena's Gina Nienaber on IP/optical convergence

Gina Nienaber explains service providers' priorities for IP/optical convergence, and she shares insights from a recent Heavy Reading survey on the topic.

Telia Carrier applies celestial inspiration to new brand Arelion

Since divesting from Telia Company in June 2021, Telia Carrier has been developing a new brand, name and look with inspiration from the stars.

Juniper adds security features, hardware to SD-WAN portfolio

Juniper has updated its Session Smart Router (SSR) SD-WAN platform with intrusion detection and prevention systems (IDS/IPS), URL filtering capabilities and Juniper-branded hardware.

Cybersecurity should not be a bolt-on, Comcast CISO says

Noopur Davis on Comcast's journey into the Secure Development Lifecycle, ensuring security is prioritized at an early stage rather than tacked on at the end.

Jessica Rosenworcel confirmed for another FCC term

Rosenworcel's official designation as chair (a position she's held in an acting capacity) makes her the first woman to helm the federal agency.

News & Views Archive
Newsfeed - industry press releases, curated by our editors
Sign In