AT&T and Cisco are launching a new managed SASE service which brings together SD-WAN and Cisco's security portfolio.
Dish Network's blockchain-based loyalty program could be used by its Boost Mobile customers and its satellite and streaming TV customers. And it could rely on a Dish-backed cryptocurrency.
Dish Network raised $5.25 billion, and suggested the money would 'finance the potential purchase of wireless spectrum.' Some analysts believe Dish might have gotten a deal in the Andromeda auction.
CEO Bob Chapek says an influx of new content and market expansions will re-accelerate Disney+ sub growth, but some analysts believe the streaming service needs to broaden its content scope and become more Netflix-like.
On the back of wholesale deals struck with CityFibre and Openreach, Vodafone aims to pass 8 million UK homes with full-fiber by next spring.
Finnish vendor says it now has 4,000 patent families essential to 5G standards.
The Japanese firm's losses are mounting, its customer numbers are disappointing and its forecasts look dubious.
Following a preview in May and a recently closed $7M 'A' round, Struum has launched commercially in the US on several major streaming platforms and is starting to size up international expansion plans.
Integration challenges, a shortage of European specialists and the lack of support for older technologies are just a few of the problems that confront open RAN enthusiasts.
Disney ended Q4 with 179 million total subs across its direct-to-consumer streaming portfolio. Revenues climbed, losses widened and subscribers growth is still happening, but not as fast.
Deal for Molotov SAS plants FuboTV's flag in France. Acquisition of Edisn.ai provides AI-fueled 'computer vision' tech that can recognize and track athletes, actors, products and other objects in live video feeds.
Rollout of 5G standalone core initially deployed in Finland. Work underway to roll out core network technology in various other Telia markets, including on its home turf in Sweden.
SK Telecom reports a 400 billion won (US$340 million) 3Q operating profit thanks to strong performances in its mobile and media businesses.
US Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said at a White House press briefing that closing the digital divide will be a 'massive undertaking' and shared details on oversight plans and requirements for state funding.
Meanwhile, Xperi, TiVo's parent company, is pushing ahead with a plan to split out its intellectual property/licensing and product businesses by middle of 2022.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Orange opens open RAN lab; EU court upholds Google fine; Vodafone reorganizes in Africa.
Vivendi and CPD are said to be at odds over the role of TIM's CEO amid ongoing discussions about a single fiber network.
Indian Citizens Assistance for Mobile Privacy and Security (I-CAMPS) set up to prevent cybercrimes related to weaknesses in the app and device ecosystems.
Cable operator says service disruptions were a result of a network issue, but continues to investigate the root cause.
Company leaders wouldn’t reveal current subscriber numbers but said that they are pleased with WeLink’s performance so far.