Verizon wants to be cable operators’ “best long term partner,” but its 5G Home service targets these same companies.
Verizon's CTO implores the 5G ecosystem to not confuse customers by using the 5G label on networks that do not use 5G technology.
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for January 4, 2019: ZTE hires former US Senator to lobby on its behalf, T-Mobile/Sprint approval process delayed, Nokia names Fixed Network biz leader.
Industry trade group 5G Americas predicts that there will be 336,000 5G connections in North Americas by the end of 2019. That will account for 47 percent of global 5G connections.
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for December 21, 2018: AT&T launches 5G, GE spins off Digital and IoT division, and AWS fires back at Oracle claims.
AT&T's launch of 5G services this week has taken the level of competition and snipping to a glorious new level showing that we are truly now entering the golden age of 5G.
The carrier is near the half-way point on its 5-year journey in taking advantage of public cloud platforms.
Verizon and Jio were both original members of the xRAN Forum, which merged with the C-RAN Alliance this year to form O-RAN.
The telecom giant is looking to cut $10 billion in costs from its operations as it positions itself to boost its focus on 5G.
The anti-botnet guide provides best practices for service providers, enterprises, and software and device manufacturers.
Vidder’s technology is already integrated into Verizon’s SDP service.
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for Nov. 9, 2018: Cisco axes jobs; Verizon CEO Vestberg makes bold moves with restructuring; and more.
The vendor recently announced plans to slash thousands of jobs as part of a major corporate restructuring.
Calling the initiative Verizon 2.0, the new operating structure is intended streamline the company. This latest move builds on Verizon’s promise to cut $10 billion in costs.
SDxCentral Wrap for November 2, 2018. IBM Gobbles Up Red Hat for $34B in Hybrid Cloud, Container Push.