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By Mitch Wagner, Executive Editor, Light Reading, 11/15/2018
Overall revenue was up 8% year-over-year in Q1 2019 and product orders also grew by 8%, but service provider product orders were up just 2% and executives provided little insight as to why that line of business is lagging.
By Mitch Wagner, Executive Editor, Light Reading, 11/13/2018
Enhances security, performance and programmability of its Cisco SD-WAN service.
By Denise Culver, Online Research Director, 11/6/2018
Most communications service providers (CSPs) surveyed for this month's Thought Leadership Council (TLC) report feel they are on track with network security planning, but more than 80% of respondents worry about future technology being used to launch complex attack vectors.
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By Carol Wilson, Editor-at-large, 11/1/2018
Service providers need to broaden their view of what uCPE can offer to include not just VNFs but virtual functions that support basic IT.
By Paul Rainford, Assistant Editor, Europe, 10/23/2018
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Sparkle and Amartus air their SD-WAN concept; Nokia boosts Netia's network capacity in Poland; Orange seals satellite-based military deal.
By Eryn Leavens, Special Features & Copy Editor, 10/19/2018
This week in our WiC roundup: Keeping smart home products safe for all; Merkel finds sexism in Israeli tech community; girls have limited access to mobile phones worldwide; and more.
By Mitch Wagner, Executive Editor, Light Reading, 10/16/2018
Twenty percent growth looks great, but not when the market is growing at 50%.
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By Mitch Wagner, Executive Editor, Light Reading, 10/10/2018
Looks to reduce time for security pros to detect and react to application threats.
By Phil Harvey, US News Editor, 10/9/2018
With one of its most important software updates coming up this month, Aqsacom CEO Gilles Blanc discusses his company's background, technology edge and why 5G is so challenging to cyber-intelligence firms.
By Mitch Wagner, Executive Editor, Light Reading, 10/9/2018
Google says it won't compete for a lucrative cloud computing contract because it's inconsistent with the company values — and also because portions are out of scope of current government certifications.
By Mitch Wagner, Executive Editor, Light Reading, 10/4/2018
Thirty companies, including Amazon and Apple, and the US government are threatened in the attack, according to a bombshell investigative report from Bloomberg.
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BlackBerry Acquiring Security & AI Firm Cylance for $1.4B
Scott Ferguson, Managing Editor, Light Reading, 11/16/2018
BlackBerry is continuing to move away from its smartphone legacy with the ...
Magecart Attacks Proving Persistent Problem for Online Retailers
Scott Ferguson, Managing Editor, Light Reading, 11/16/2018
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Fujitsu's Rundberget Talks Frankly About Open Source
Alison Diana, Editor, Broadband World News, 11/16/2018
Kirsten Rundberget, open strategy lead at Fujitsu Network, discusses the ...
Cable Business Services: Going Vertical to Keep Growing
Alison Diana, Editor, Broadband World News, 11/15/2018
Cable operators must know their enterprise strategy and play to their strengths ...
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