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Creating Interoperable 5G Networks

At least two groups are trying to establish ecosystems of vendors to create standards-based 5G networks.

Thursday Roundup: SubCom, Zayo, AquaComms

A product launch, a few executive appointments, and some subsea cable plans to peruse:... [visit site to read more]

Verizon Said to Win the Straight Path Auction

On Monday we learned that the auction for Straight Path Communications had reached the lofty heights of $184 per share as an unnamed bidder competed with AT&T.  Well, according to reports late yesterday, that is in fact where the auction has ended.  And the winner is, apparently, Verizon.... [visit site to read more]

FCC v. Colbert – A Controversy Based on Truth or Truthiness?

Last Monday, during his monologue on the Late Show, Stephen Colbert made a number of jokes at President Donald Trump’s expense, including lobbing a series of insults at the President.  (The full monologue is available here; check around 11:15 for the portion that has gotten folks talking).   One of these insults, which included a joking...… Continue Reading

Carriers Working on Virtualized Universal Customer Premise Equipment

Several carriers are involved in research and development of universal customer premise equipment (uCPE).

Wednesday Bytes: Akamai, Interoute, Interxion, Nuage

I'm on the road for much of the next few weeks, if I miss anything I promise to catch up!  Here's a quick rundown of some news from the last 24 hours or so that is worth a look:... [visit site to read more]

Zayo’s Margins Hold as ELI Integration Begins

Zayo posted its fiscal Q3 numbers yesterday after the market closed.  With the acquisition of Electric Lightwave closing on March 1, it is another of those quarters where the numbers are shifting and the way the company reports them is still evolving.  Here are a few of their numbers in some context:... [visit site […]

Are Comcast and Charter Setting Themselves Up for a Major Wireless Play?

The cable industry is well known for interesting machinations. The most recent is a wireless agreement between Comcast and Charter Cable.

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