Apple TV+ losses, MoviePass passes, Qualcomm $3.1bn deal, tech week ahead, Sonos Move
The FCC’s Wireless Telecommunications Bureau (WTB) and the Office of Engineering and Technology (OET) released a public notice today saying that the Spectrum Access Systems (SASs) operated by Google, Federated Wireless, CommScope, Amdocs and Sony have passed the comm...
The four largest U.S. carriers are among 50 mobile operators that have agreed to disclose their respective climate impacts as part of a global initiative spearheaded by GSMA.
The Wi-Fi Alliance announced that its Wi-Fi Certified 6 certification program is now available, ensuring products that successfully go through the program meet the highest standards for security and interoperability.
Comcast pulls more engineering and software development expertise in-house for its X1 and Xfinity Flex video and smart home platforms.
UEI unveils new Android TV platform remote control at IBC.
Enhances its in-home broadband service orchestration software with proactive way for operators to measure customer experience with scheduled speed and latency tests.
This week Scott and his podcast super-subs talk Apple launches, network-sharing maneuvers and AT&T intrigue.
The promise of 5G and what it enables is real, and institutions of higher education are key to driving innovative concepts and solutions to fulfill them.
Earlier this month, Total Telecom released the shortlist for the World Communication Awards 2019 and with the event itself just around the corner, what better time than to take a closer look at the finalists from one of the most hotly contested categories – the...
Cable op to make the streaming service available on its Altice One boxes.
5G has come with business benefits for the South Korean operator but also led to more operational complexity.
The head of Proximus is leaving earlier than planned amid staff protests.
The UK's incumbent broadband provider, Openreach, has appointed a new Board for Wales, to oversee its strategic direction and boost its levels of separation from BT. Almost 95 per cent of homes and businesses in Wales can already access superfast broadband services&...
Three operators will bid for spectrum in Hungary's upcoming 5G auction after broadband operator Digi had its application rejected without explanation.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: It's crunch time for Apple versus the EU; Infinera deployed for Greece-Italy link; TIM gets new multimedia boss; why Netflix should be worried.
The cable giant sees scalability, space and power efficiency as payoffs.
GCX Ltd, the subsea cabling subsidiary of Anil Ambani’s Reliance Communications (RCom) conglomerate, has announced that it is to file for bankruptcy. The move comes after GCX missed payments of around $350 million…read more on TotalTele.com »
At the 5G Asia event in Singapore, Intel's Caroline Chan talks to Heavy Reading's James Crawshaw about the link between edge computing and 5G, potential enterprise use cases, and the increasingly hot topic of private networks.
Qualcomm said it will spend $3.1 billion for the remaining interest in RF360 Holdings Singapore, a joint venture with TDK Corporation, which Qualcomm said would help its position in 5G.
We're packing our bags for Dallas, for our cleverly named Network Virtualization and SDN Americas conference, but first we sat down to talk about NV, SDN and our favorite travel snack.