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AT&T, Akamai Add Two More Years to Their Alliance

Akamai and AT&T have renewed their global alliance, extending it through 2019.  That will keep Akamai's CDN and web security services on AT&T's business solutions menu, including the addition of DDoS capabilities.  Akamai will also be able to further extend it's server footprint out onto AT&T's edge.  ... [visit site to read more]

Connectivity is not an asset, MWC told

This article was authored by Lachlan Colquhoun, and was originally posted on telecomasia.net. Serial telecoms entrepreneur Alexey Reznikovich says that building an “enabled gateway” to customers is the key to survival for traditional telecoms players, who need to stop relying on the diminishing returns from connectivity.... [visit site to read more]

Free va-t-il lancer des offres 10Gbps ?

For a version in English, click here.  Avant de rentrer dans les détails, clarifions une chose : cet article est de la pure spéculation. Nous n’avons aucune fuite au sujet de ce que nous écrivons ici, et nous The post Free va-t-il lancer des offres 10Gbps ? appeared first on diffraction analysis.

Is Free about to launch 10Gb/s offers in France ?

Before we get into this, let me make one thing clear: this article is pure speculation. We have no insider information about this, neither have we talked to anyone inside Free about it. It’s very likely we’re wrong. But The post Is Free about to launch 10Gb/s offers in France ? appeared first on diffraction analysis.

It’s Official: A Version of 5G Coming a Year Early

News this week included 5G, Gigabit LTE, zero rating from Verizon and privacy rule regulations getting gutted.

BT agrees to separation of Openreach

Ofcom has today announced that BT has agreed to Ofcom’s requirements for the legal separation of its network division. This means Openreach will become a distinct company with its own staff and management, together with its own strategy and a legal purpose to serve all of its customers equally. BT has agreed to all of the […]

Hurricane Electric Lands in the Middle East and Africa

Hurricane Electric is expanding its IPv4 and IPv6 backbone deep into the Middle East and Africa with the buildout of three new points of presence.... [visit site to read more]

Friday Bytes: Spectrum Enterprise, UPN, Equinix, Epsilon

Here's a Friday rundown on some other news from this week:... [visit site to read more]

BT to Split Off Openreach

Over in the UK, the ongoing round of regulatory wrestling match between BT and Ofcom may have finally been decided.  BT has agreed to legally separate its Openreach division, splitting off the company's fiber and copper infrastructure from the parent's direct control.... [visit site to read more]

Gauging the Fashion Industry in Digital World – Digitalk

The eighth session of DIGITALK, a monthly digital forum, was organized by TEC in Lahore at the Royal Palm Golf and Country Club on “Fashion and Technology” with a focus on Gauging the Fashion Industry in Digital World. A panel discussion was moderated by Mr. Show More Summary

Broadband: Fast, but Not Everywhere, and ISPs Lie

Though broadband speeds seem to be increasing overall, progress isn't uniform. There is also a question of whether people can trust provider info.

The Goal for Category M1: Let the IoT Be All It Can Be

The IoT involves numerous apps that require very little data to be transmitted. This huge class of apps will be supported by LTE Category M1 (LTE-M).

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