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By Robert Clark, 8/23/2019
The Chinese equipment giant is now ramping up its investments in artificial intelligence.
By Iain Morris, International Editor, 8/23/2019
China's operators are being driven toward network-sharing partnerships to pay for the rollout of 5G networks.
By Gagandeep Kaur, Contributing Editor, 8/23/2019
A right-wing organization wants India's government to ban Huawei and promote indigenous firms.
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By Paul Rainford, Assistant Editor, Europe, 8/23/2019
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Salt's second quarter is no great shakes; Serbia Broadband extends gigabit service; Safaricom's bad apples.
By Mike Dano, Editorial Director, 5G & Mobile Strategies, 8/22/2019
T-Mobile's CTO Neville Ray built a traffic-forecasting tool in conjunction with Speedtest provider Ookla that the company said helped direct fully $10 billion in network spending over the past five years.
By Robert Clark, 8/22/2019
China's mobile-phone customers are in a frenzy over reports that operators have deliberately slowed down 4G connections.
By Iain Morris, International Editor, 8/22/2019
Behind the shady goings-on in Putin's state may lie a plan for Russian control of 5G technology. That would be a scary development for the country's big mobile operators.
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By Iain Morris, International Editor, 8/22/2019
A major bust-up between the Swiss telco and its biggest shareholder could sink the deal to acquire Liberty Global's Swiss cable business.
By Paul Rainford, Assistant Editor, Europe, 8/22/2019
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Ericsson tweaks top table; silly job titles just got sillier; Drei Austria schutz the Internet.

By Mike Dano, Editorial Director, 5G & Mobile Strategies, 8/21/2019
T-Mobile acknowledged that it recently resolved an issue affecting its video-throttling practice, a situation that arises amid a renewed debate around wireless operators' network-management efforts.
By Robert Clark, 8/21/2019
Operators in Australia and New Zealand have been forced to use existing spectrum and Western equipment vendors.
By Paul Rainford, Assistant Editor, Europe, 8/21/2019
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Deutsche Telekom digs into the IoT market; Kudelski Group revenues slump in H1; Porsche teams up with Apple Music; Telenor completes DNA deal.
By Iain Morris, International Editor, 8/21/2019
Even if it had the spectrum, Russia's biggest operator says there is no demand for 5G and therefore no need for an aggressive expansion.
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Nuclear Plant Security Compromised by Financially Motivated Insiders
Larry Loeb, Author, 8/23/2019
Equipment at a nuclear power plant in Ukraine was used to mine cryptocurrency.
Newly Registered Domains Mean New Problems – Palo Alto
Larry Loeb, Author, 8/23/2019
Why NRDs should matter to the security community.
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Study Crashes Broadband's ARPU Party
Jeff Baumgartner, Senior Editor, Light Reading, 8/22/2019
Findings from university researchers and The Wall Street Journal indicate that ...
FTTP or Next-Gen HFC? It's Complicated
Jeff Baumgartner, Senior Editor, Light Reading, 8/21/2019
As cable operators weigh construction costs, the potential for service ...
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Ericsson, Huawei & Nokia Are Facing an 'Oil Crisis' Upheaval
Iain Morris , International Editor , 7/31/2019
Years of consolidation have left the global mobile network market largely in the ...
Europe's Long Walk to 5G
Iain Morris , International Editor , 7/11/2019
Europe's path to 5G is littered with regulatory and financial obstacles. But ...
Europe's Big Telcos Are Getting Edgy About 5G
Iain Morris , International Editor , 3/13/2019
Virtual dodgeball will not happen unless operators cut mobile latency, but that ...
Open Conflict Over Open RAN
Iain Morris , International Editor , 2/14/2019
Accusations that big kit vendors tried to throttle developments show open RAN ...
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