Who will suffer the most from a US ban on Huawei gear and services?
Which of these famous and infamous individuals deserve to be inducted into the Light Reading Hall of Fame in 2019? (Editor's note: This poll provides Light Reading's team with guidance but does not determine the final Hall of Fame selection. You can choose more than one selection.)
What do you see as the cable industry's top tech priority this year?
In what area of telco and enterprise operations will the use of emerging artificial intelligence (AI) tools have the most impact?
Are SD-WAN services secure?
Which of these famous and infamous individuals deserve to be inducted into the Light Reading Hall of Fame in 2018? (Editor's note: This poll provides Light Reading's team with guidance but does not determine the final Hall of Fame selection. You can choose more than one selection.)
Which cloud model is best suited to the enterprise infrastructure?
What is the principal reason for automating network operations?
Apple said last week that -- thanks to tax reform -- it has up to $163 billion to spend on acquisitions, buybacks, and dividends. The company stressed that it would carefully consider its M&A options, but what areas, or companies, do you think Apple should buy into?
What's your biggest headache regarding cloud migration?
New Year, new poll.
Should Broadcom really be trying to buy Qualcomm?
Are you concerned that the Spanish political upheaval will impact Mobile World Congress 2018?
It seems likely that the long-rumored merger between Sprint and T-Mobile could be announced soon. Do you think this would help promote competition in the already dynamic US mobile market?
What's the role of open source in your organization?
So many moving parts, and possibly more to come. What should Verizon do next?
Uber is trying to transform its culture from the atmosphere of sexual harassment, discrimination and retaliation that define it today. Is the company redeemable?
When it comes to next-generation communications technology, how satisfied are you with the value you currently get from your vendors?
When will your company move everything to the cloud?
What's the most important focus area for optical systems vendors in 2017?
What's the top cloud skill for 2017 on planet cloud?
What was the most important thing we learnt about the future of 5G at Mobile World Congress this year?
Is President Trump's order to bar citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the US for a period of 90 days a positive or negative move?
Fog networking/computing (aka the distributed cloud) looks set to become a major strategic topic during 2017, but is it on your radar?
What impact, if any, will a 2-2 split of FCC commissioners have on US telecom regulation?
Mobile edge computing (MEC) has been the subject of discussion and technology development for a couple of years, but is it near the top of any operator agendas?
The new Apple iPhone 7 is expected to be unveiled on September 7. What feature would you like most?
SoftBank is set to buy chip designer ARM for about $32 billion, citing the expected growth of the IoT tech market as a catalyst. Is this a good move by SoftBank?
Light Reading believes the Brexit decision will negatively impact the UK's communications market. What do you think?
What defines test & measurement in the 21st century communications networking market?
Every vendor has a network functions virtualization (NFV) story, but how will those vendors generate profitable NFV-related revenues?
Which of these individuals deserves to be inducted into the Light Reading Hall of Fame in 2016? (Please note: This poll provides Light Reading's team with guidance but does not determine the final Hall of Fame selection. And you can choose more than one name.)
What next-gen technology or service should be the cable industry's biggest priority this year?
Light Reading is launching an online university in March. Which topics are you most interested in learning about?
What's the safest way for communications service providers to deploy NFV in 2016?
Cisco and Ericsson are co-developing new products, Light Reading has learned. What do you think Ciscosson is working on?
The annual Vegas CES crush is underway – what will be THE hot topic this year?
Hewlett Packard Enterprise is now officially a thing. Does this new brand make it easier or harder for it to sell to communications service providers?
Cisco and Ericsson have forged a global strategic partnership that, they believe, will drive incremental revenues and give them an advantage over their main rivals. Is the 'Ciscosson' model one that will work?
What do we, as an industry, need to do to recruit more female talent?
Will Dell's acquisition of EMC and VMware improve its chances of selling solutions to communications service providers (CSPs)?
Will the new Apple TV disrupt the cable/satellite provider industry? Or is it still floundering in the wake of Roku and others?
Is the term 'telco' dead?
What will operators be highlighting – or dodging the most questions on – when they report their next quarterly earnings in the coming weeks?
Operators are looking to build centralized RAN architectures as part of their LTE-Advanced deployments for a number of reasons, but which is the most important?
What are the key criteria network operators should consider when selecting vendors for their next gen networks? You can select more than one option.
Which of these individuals deserve to be inducted into the Light Reading Hall of Fame in 2015? You can select more than one name.
Does anyone need Gigabit broadband?
Not everyone's convinced drones are going to be the answer to all our connectivity needs.
Will Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) technology be deployed in IoT/M2M infrastructure rollouts, or will the sector wait for LTE-M?
5G is still years away, but there are many speed bumps standing between the wireless operators and the next-generation networks they are envisioning.
Which next-gen technology or service should be the biggest priority for the cable industry this year?
For those who work in the mobile/wireless sector, is attending Mobile World Congress essential?
What will be the biggest discussion topics, themes and hyped technologies at the year's mobile extravaganza?
Applications and devices for the Internet of Things generate a lot of buzz – but what role will service providers play, and what are the top priorities they must address to be players?
What is the most important optical networking development for 2015?
Now that Google, Roku and Amazon have introduced HDMI streaming sticks that take the place of set-top boxes, which US pay-TV provider will be the first to try the new form factor?
How is the move to SDN and NFV affecting data analytics? Or is it too soon to say?
LTE-Advanced: Should we believe the hype?
Data centers: Should carriers go there?
It's all a question of priorities for Marcelo.
It'll be resolved by Christmas. But which Christmas?
We know that it means white goods may get ideas above their station but what will the Internet of Things mean for service providers?
Which of these individuals deserve to be inducted into the Light Reading Hall of Fame in 2014?
Which traditional pay-TV provider will be the first to go over-the-top?
How soon will most North American cable operators upgrade to all-IP service delivery?
With 100G deployments ramping up and work already underway on 1Tbit/s capabilities, is there really any need for 400G?
What is the biggest challenge standing in the way of public-access small cell deployments?
Big data – what is it good for?
Is Net Neutrality a dead issue in the US following the federal appeals court ruling of January 14?
What new innovation are you most excited to see at this year's gadget extravaganza?
What stories do you think will headline telecom news in 2014?
Are you grateful to have Tom Wheeler as the new head of the FCC?
What's the single greatest challenge for US cable operators seeking to enlist mid-size and larger firms as commercial customers?
The move to LTE opens up networks to new security threats. What's your biggest concern?
It's one year on from Superstorm Sandy. Do you feel that networks have been updated to better handle another massive storm?
What is the biggest barrier to the widespread deployment of SDN capabilities in telco networks?
Who deserves to be ushered into Light Reading's Hall of Fame this year?
Apple unveiled Tuesday the cheapest handset it has yet launched - the iPhone 5C - a full-featured smartphone with a plastic case, at $99 for the 16GB model with a contract. You buying?