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By Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 11/17/2017
Sprint's flamboyant COO of technology, Günther Ottendorfer, has left the company, the operator announced on Friday evening.
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Former AT&T Mobility CEO Glenn Lurie didn't stay retired very long! He has signed on as the new CEO for messsaging company Synchronoss, replacing current CEO Stephen ...
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By Craig Matsumoto, Editor-in-Chief, Light Reading, 11/13/2017
Light Reading News Editor Iain Morris just spent a week in Cape Town, South Africa, attending AfricaCom, and he's returned with some fascinating stories about the ...
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By Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 11/8/2017
NEW YORK -- Ericsson Capital Markets Day -- The mantra for Ericsson's new CEO might be best expressed by something he said in our interview on Wednesday morning: ...
By Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 11/6/2017
Broadcom revealed Monday that it's offering $105 billion in cash and stock for Qualcomm -- the largest acquisition offer ever seen in the tech world. Qualcomm has so ...
By Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 10/30/2017
The reported breakdown of the Sprint/T-Mobile merger talks is being blamed on ego clashes at the top of Deutsche Telekom and SoftBank, but may not mean the end of the ...
By Brendan Gill, CEO, OpenSignal, 10/30/2017
After years of courtship, it looks as though Sprint and T-Mobile could eventually tie the knot, with a merger announcement expected imminently. But while we wait for ...
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By Gagandeep Kaur, Contributing Editor, 10/26/2017
India's Reliance Communications looks set to close most of its wireless business over the next month, according to press reports, and is believed to have told most ...
By Iain Morris, News Editor, 10/23/2017
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Ericsson lands media deal with Fox; Telecom Italia approves Canal+ deal; Arqiva plots flotation.
By Paul Rainford, Assistant Editor, Europe, 10/12/2017
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Nokia lands networks deal in Iraq; Ericsson surveys 5G readiness; LoRaWAN collaboration.
By Gagandeep Kaur, Contributing Editor, 10/4/2017
For all its talk of innovation and 5G leadership, India's telecom industry is in poor shape.
By Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 9/28/2017
You might not think of an IEEE Summit as the most likely place to hear an intense talk about the lack of security at America's gas pumps, but that's exactly what ...
By Paul Rainford, Assistant Editor, Europe, 9/11/2017
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: SFR CEO steps down; EE refarms spectrum for 4G boost; SES announces souped-up satellite network.
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Dell Makes the Case for Cloud 'Core'
Mitch Wagner, Editor, Enterprise Cloud, 11/17/2017
Dell reinvents the idea of on-premises computing.
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Scott Ferguson, Editor, Enterprise Cloud, 11/17/2017
A report commissioned by software provider BMC shows that the multicloud ...
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Trent Pham, Head of Products and Security, Windstream, 11/17/2017
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Mike Robuck, Editor, Telco Transformation, 11/16/2017
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