Category: Networks


ZTE gives MEC some TLC

ZTE has announced it will be implementing mobile edge computing (MEC) pilots technical verification with China Telecom, China Mobile and China Unicom.

Arris takes Ruckus in from the cold for $800 million

Like a drifter just looking for a place to belong, Ruckus Wireless has been bought for the second time in less than a year. This time Arris has chucked $800 million at Broadcom to pick up Ruckus as well as its ICX switch biz.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: MWC comes prematurely

For journalists Mobile World Congress starts months before the official event, with companies shooting loads of releases all over our inboxes. The team review the flood of marketing missives received in the build-up to the big communications climax and ponder whether it’s worth all the hassle. Meanwhile Tim tells us about his African experiences and Jamie fondly recalls a subsidised drinking in Berlin. Scott once more offends Tim so much that he storms off again. Join the debate on Twitter using the hashtag #AWIW

Colt announces €500m network cash injection

Colt Technology Services has revealed its cunning plan to fuel growth including a three year, €500 million investment in its network, as well as a refreshed approach to customer experience.

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