The Chinese equipment vendor is back in profit for a full year after recovering from US fines and sanctions, and its business is mainly growing.
After 18 years, it's time for a new adventure.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: CityFibre completes FibreNation acquisition; Ericsson provides reassurance; operators do their bit in a time of crisis.
The Nordic operator's profit warning could be the first of many issued by telecom operators in the coming weeks.
Ren Zhengfei pops up to inform the Western world that his company has recovered swiftly from the virus and is ready for European business.
The new specs will add capacity, tack on new advanced capabilities and, more generally, extend the life of the cable network for years, but the DOCSIS 4.0 era will likely take several years to fully unfold.
Akamai, Sony and Microsoft are among the online video gaming companies that have pledged to reduce the amount of network traffic that their services generate.
Swapping broadband for cheeseburgers? HKBN will barter.
New figures show that about 13% of jobs were cut last year as the Swedish operator worked on boosting profitability in the absence of sales growth.
Cable and wireless tech supplier says manufacturing is fully operational and seeing increased customer demand. Meanwhile, CommScope says it's also seeing cable operator spending tick up.
Social media giant willing to spend billions to get minority stake in India's aggressive newcomer.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Nokia completes Elenion acquisition; Virgin Media sees changing data patterns; Disney+ launch is semi-frozen in the UK.
Specifications developed by TIP's Phoenix project, which is focused on optical transponders for disaggregated systems, are to be included in an RFI from major operators.
India's operators are quickly responding to the outbreak of the virus as the country goes under lockdown.
The social networking site is abuzz with chatter about the deadly virus and less worrying issues, but advertising revenues have slumped.
Global operator adopts 'suck it and see' approach to open line system efficiencies.
Telecom operators and technology firms are handing over location data to governments fighting the outbreak of COVID-19, but at what long-term cost?
Mobile traffic volumes have increased 40% and Wi-Fi calling has surged 100%, Randall Stephenson, AT&T's top exec, says.
Nokia Deepfield research shows that networks are coping so far, although growth in traffic is reaching unprecedented levels.
Exposure to underperforming companies and a mountain of debt makes SoftBank look more vulnerable to the deadly virus than many other firms.