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WiCipedia: Exclusive networking club affected by racism and pandemic cocktail

This week in our WiC roundup: The Wing's co-founder issues a too-little-too-late apology to workers; incarcerated women struggle with tech access; the Israeli Army has questionable definitions of 'women in tech'; and more.

Cisco carves away at enterprise WAN complexity with new routers

Cisco has given its ISR and ASR routers a refresh with the Catalyst 8000 series to provide connectivity and security features in the data center, branch and edge.

Podcast: Telefonica targets fiber expansion

Light Reading's Iain Morris and Kelsey Ziser discuss highlights from last week's BBWF event, including Telefonica's approach to fiber buildouts.

WiCipedia: Coming back stronger post-COVID

This week in our WiC roundup: Ada Lovelace Day reminds us of the power of coming back stronger than before; tone-deaf ads can't stop won't stop; all the ways to learn how to code from home; and more.

Podcast: What's the story with SD-WAN security?

This week: Light Reading's Kelsey Ziser on SD-WAN security updates in the age of remote work.

WiCipedia: Black Tech Fest 20 is the place to be

This week in our WiC roundup: Black Tech Fest 20 is right around the corner; ADP is named the top large company for women in tech; women lack confidence, not skill; and more.

COVID-19 slams cable next-gen network upgrades

Spending on major architectural overhauls has declined this year because of the pandemic as many cablecos have defaulted to performing quick network upgrades and meeting urgent bandwidth capacity demands.

Juniper jockeys for position in security space

Dell'Oro Group's Mauricio Sanchez says security is still an emerging business area for Juniper but that the company is well positioned there and looking to expand.

WiCipedia: Is Trump going to end diversity training in tech?

This week in our WiC roundup: Harassment numbers in tech aren't improving; working moms of color find scholarship opportunity with The Mom Project; tech conferences aren't structured for women; and more.

Eurobites: Nokia celebrates its 5G century

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Nokia cleared of profit-warning perfidiousness; BT clears out of Latin America; ETNO wheels out survey findings to prompt more 5G evangelism by governments.

NFV is still making headlines. Should it?

A recent announcement from SKT prompts a few questions about how committed telcos are to radical network transformations.

PacketFabric co-founder: Diverse leaders are cornerstones of inclusive teams

PacketFabric's Anna Claiborne explains the formula for successfully leading a diverse team, the top cybersecurity concerns facing the telecom industry, and her professional advice for other women in comms.

Eurobites: Nokia lands transport deal with Italy's Open Fiber

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Leroy pops up at Deutsche Telekom; UK launches National Data Strategy; Sky plays ROXi music.

PacketFabric's co-founder: We can build a better telecom

PacketFabric's Anna Claiborne explains how the company got its start, why network automation is a necessity, how to take calculated career risks and shares her advice for other women in comms in leadership positions.

WiCipedia: Falling short of the 2020 gender equality goal

This week in our WiC roundup: The new and improved Grace Hopper Celebration goes online; cultural change is needed for gender equality; Black women in tech face challenge after challenge; and more.

WiCipedia: When tech and politics collide

This week in our WiC roundup: Female keynoters battle harassment; data bias gets a fine-toothed comb-over; Congress may meet its first female founder; and more.

Podcast: What's the story with mobile money?

This week: Paula Gilbert, editor of Connecting Africa, on mobile money and more.

Light Reading Hall of Fame 2020

The Hall of Fame welcomes FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, Dish Network Chairman Charlie Ergen, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki and Infonetics Research Co-Founder and Analyst Michael Howard.

WiCipedia: Networking helps get women on boards

This week in our WiC roundup: Pinterest's discrimination story is far from over; diversity on boards; tackling bias head-on; and more.

WiCipedia: 'Damaging myths' about differences persist

This week in our WiC roundup: Women Who Tech runs grant program for COVID startups; Black Girls Code plans to reach 1 million girls; celebrating a tech legend's impact; and more.

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