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Intel promises massive new chip-making plant in Ohio

'Today's investment marks another significant way Intel is leading the effort to restore US semiconductor manufacturing leadership,' Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger said in a statement.

Open RAN: Steady as she goes

Heavy Reading's Open RAN Operator Survey identifies steady, not spectacular, progress.

Evoca gives Altitude TV a new (and cheaper) pathway into Denver

The regional sports network, still blacked out on Comcast or Dish, is now available in the Mile High City on Evoca's expanding hybrid over-the-air/over-the-top pay-TV service.

Telenor Myanmar sale back on as M1 finds local partner – report

Lebanon's M1 Group is said to be partnering with Shwe Byain Phyu Group to buy Telenor Myanmar.

Tata Comms net profit up by 28% on the back of data business

Data contributed 77.3% to Tata Communications' revenue in the December 2021 quarter, while voice services contributed just 13.2%.

Omdia's Andreas Olah on IoT and edge services for 5G

Andreas Olah explains how service providers can deliver AR/VR, edge computing, IoT and intelligent automation capabilities as-a-service to enterprise customers, and how both parties can benefit from the as-a-service delivery model.

Comcast Business enters the private wireless game

Comcast and Nokia are building a private 4G/5G private network at Philadelphia's Wells Fargo Center. In addition to supporting a range of use cases, Comcast will also use the deployment to showcase its private wireless prowess.

Lumen gets ready to rip out Huawei gear

'It's layer one equipment that cannot be used to route or redirect customer traffic,' the company wrote in response to questions from Light Reading.

Eurobites: BT bills to rise by 9.3% from April

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: who's up and who's down in the Fiber Development Index; European Commission probes consumer IoT market; Telefónica Tech becomes Teams player.

The Netflix outlook is turning blurry

The video-streaming firm often grouped with the Internet giants remains a one-trick pony while competition is rising.

5G SA adoption not living up to hype – Dell'Oro

Research firm finds most network operators currently content with 5G NSA and DSS to deliver next-gen connectivity.

The 5G debacle in the C-band isn't over yet

International flights have resumed after a day of 5G-related cancellations. But worries over C-band interference continue, and the situation could ultimately cost years and billions of dollars.

Netflix stock price tumbles on subscriber miss

Netflix shares dropped almost 19% after the streaming giant announced it added 8.28 million subs in Q4 2021, missing an expected 8.5 million. Netflix ended the period with 221.84 million paid streaming subs worldwide.

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.

Chinese officials won't fix security flaws in Olympic app

Citizen Lab said it advised the Beijing Olympic Committee of the security flaw on December 3 but since have had no response from either the committee or the app developer.

Mediacom-West Des Moines deal clears the way for Google Fiber

Mediacom says settlement will also provide access to conduit and the ability to overlash aerial network in a way that fast-tracks the operator's own '10G' upgrades.

India takes crucial steps to develop chip ecosystem

India’s Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology is seeking applications from 100 companies as part of its Design Linked Incentive (DLI) scheme.

Gigabit for all should be last of the UK's concerns

Authorities in the UK should drop their obsession with ensuring luxury broadband services are brought to remote communities.

Apple hits back in Ericsson patent spat

The iPhone maker has filed a suit with the US ITC and is seeking a US import ban of Ericsson mobile infrastructure products.

How the launch of 'real' 5G turned into an unmitigated PR disaster

'There's a term for what the FAA and the aviation industry is doing: blackmail. It is a criminal offense,' wrote research firm Strand Consult of the troubled launch of 5G in C-band spectrum.

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