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AT&T Buys Vyatta Network OS from Brocade

AT&T will take ownership of the Vyatta OS, several VNFs, the distributed network platform, software that is under development and software licenses.

What is the Internet of Things and how will it affect us?

These questions are addressed in the Long Read – not that long, really – by Adam Greenfield in today’s “Guardian”. He contrasts two visions of IoT: “The technologist Mike Kuniavsky, a pioneer of this idea, characterises it as a state of being in which “computation and data communication [are] embedded in, and distributed through, our […]

Telia Carrier Moves Into Oregon

Telia Carrier continued its organic expansion in North America today up in the Pacific Northwest.  The international arm of Telia has added two new PoPs in the Portland, Oregon metro area.... [visit site to read more]

LightRiver to Acquire Unique Computer Services

LightRiver Technologies has made an inorganic move today that will add to the company's software depth. Their LightRiver Software division has acquired Unique Computer Services, expediting the company's SDN DevOps capabilities.... [visit site to read more]

Tuesday Bytes: H5, Viawest, Subcom

Here's some data center and submarine cable news from the start of this week:... [visit site to read more]

FCC Imposes $55,000 Fine for Inappropriate Use of EAS Tones

Continuing its historical hard line on misuse of EAS tones, the FCC announced on May 30 that it had settled an investigation with WTLV, a TEGNA-owned television station in Jacksonville, Florida regarding unauthorized EAS tones appearing in an ad for the Jacksonville Jaguars (the local NFL team).  As part of the settlement, TEGNA entered into...… Continue Reading

5G Closer than Ever, But Not Here Yet

The timeline for 5G is becoming more aggressive. The ecosystem seems to be making great progress, which emboldens marketers and financial planners.

FCC Looks to Modernize Media Regulations

Last month, the FCC launched a new proceeding with an extremely broad goal of modernizing its media regulations.  The very brief (less than three page) Public Notice launching the proceeding, which Chairman Pai previewed in his speech at the NAB Show in Las Vegas, asks for comment on almost any media regulation considered “outdated, unnecessary,...… Continue Reading

Handicapping the Odds for Perpetually Full Voice Mailboxes

The FCC will consider whether ringless voicemail messaging falls within a law that generally prohibits the transmission of unconsented voice and text messages (other than those from charities and political parties) to wired and wireless telephones. Show More Summary

Industry Spotlight: ANEXIO CEO Tony Pompliano

The infrastructure-as-a-service space is a young one, and many young companies are evolving rapidly to fill the niches in a new marketplace.  The potential is clear, but providers still must establish their place within the market while...Show More Summary

Watch the Champions Trophy AD FREE only on PTCL SMART TV

  As the International Cricket scene kicks off in full flow with the ICC Champions Trophy 2017, we as a nation have the perfect distraction this Ramadan, to keep our minds away from the heat and hunger, by watching live cricket and that...Show More Summary

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