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Key developments related to the enterprise services offered by cable operators.
By Mari Silbey, Senior Editor, Cable/Video, 11/17/2017
It's hardly the biggest deal Broadcom's pursuing today, but the chipmaker has announced that it's now completed its $5.9 billion acquisition of Brocade.
By Carol Wilson, Editor-at-large, 11/17/2017
Light Reading looks at MEF 3.0, SD-WAN and the persistent issues around people and culture.
By Carol Wilson, Editor-at-large, 11/15/2017
ORLANDO -- MEF 17 -- For all the hype around SD-WAN services, many network operators are just getting started rolling out their own offerings. Verizon Partner ...
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By Carol Wilson, Editor-at-large, 11/14/2017
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Spectrum Business, the enterprise arm of Charter Communications, is jumping into the SD-WAN market, but doing so in a way that is distinctively ...
By Carol Wilson, Editor-at-large, 11/13/2017
ORLANDO -- MEF 17 -- MEF kicked off its annual event here today by rolling out MEF 3.0, the latest version of its specification/certification program and one adapted ...
By Alan Breznick, Cable/Video Practice Leader, Light Reading, 11/6/2017
There's no question that business services have become big business for cable over the last decade. As tracked by Heavy Reading, commercial telecom services have ...
By Mari Silbey, Senior Editor, Cable/Video, 11/2/2017
Slightly ahead of internal schedule, Arris is loading up for general availability and commercial deployments of its Remote PHY solution before the end of the year. ...
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By Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 10/30/2017
CenturyLink said Monday that the FCC has given approval for its $34 billion buyout of Level 3, meaning that -- as expected -- the deal should now close within days.
By Mari Silbey, Senior Editor, Cable/Video, 10/26/2017
It hasn't been a pretty quarter for anyone in the pay-TV industry, and Charter is no exception. Following on the heels of Comcast's quarterly report, Charter ...
By Mari Silbey, Senior Editor, Cable/Video, 10/26/2017
In a wildly negative quarter for legacy pay-TV providers, Comcast did not escape unscathed. The cable company lost 134,000 residential video subscribers in the ...
By Carol Wilson, Editor-at-large, 10/26/2017
New options are emerging for network operators that want to compete against Twilio and others in what's being called the communications-platform-as-a-service (CPaaS) ...
By Mari Silbey, Senior Editor, Cable/Video, 10/18/2017
DENVER -- SCTE/ISBE Cable-Tec Expo -- Liberty Global knows a little something about mobile services. The company runs a mobile business in nine countries in Europe ...
By Alan Breznick, Cable/Video Practice Leader, Light Reading, 10/16/2017
Despite a relatively late start, the cable industry is now staking out its own turf in the software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization ...
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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.
Multicloud Can Lead to Management Nightmare – Survey
Scott Ferguson, Editor, Enterprise Cloud, 11/17/2017
A report commissioned by software provider BMC shows that the multicloud ...
Telco Transformation
Windstream's Pham: Cybersecurity Is About Trade-Offs
Trent Pham, Head of Products and Security, Windstream, 11/17/2017
Early detection of security risks at the entry point minimizes loss and speeds up ...
SD-WAN: Not a Panacea
Mike Robuck, Editor, Telco Transformation, 11/16/2017
SD-WAN has room to grow, according to a panel at the MEF17 conference.
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Don't Put a Cap on Capex Just Yet
Mari Silbey , Senior Editor, Cable/Video , 9/15/2016
Vendor forecasts suggest capex spending in the telecom sector is still headed up, ...
Leading Lights 2015: The Finalists
Ray Le Maistre , International Group Editor , 5/7/2015
Light Reading is proud to announce the finalists for this year's Leading Lights ...
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