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By Mike Dano, Editorial Director, 5G & Mobile Strategies, 6/13/2019
Quantum computing presents as many challenges as it does opportunities. Cisco is working on a solution that could address some of the challenges presented when quantum computing affects network security.
By Jeff Baumgartner, Senior Editor, Light Reading, 6/13/2019
IAC-owned streaming platform joins Google, Facebook, Mozilla, Apple, Amazon and other big names that have put weight behind the new, royalty-free, bandwidth-efficient video codec.
By Mike Dano, Editorial Director, 5G & Mobile Strategies, 6/13/2019
Facebook is looking to conduct unspecified tests in the 3.5GHz CBRS band. Given Facebook’s wide-ranging proclivities in the wireless arena, it’s unclear what the social networking giant is hoping to learn.

By Ray Le Maistre, Editor-in-Chief, 6/13/2019
At the 5G World event in London, Deutsche Telekom Senior VP of 5G, Alexander Lautz, discusses the German operator’s edge computing tests and trials.
By Iain Morris, International Editor, 6/13/2019
Telecom regulator risks angering mobile industry with bold plans to reserve mid-band spectrum for companies that want to build local 5G networks.
By Jeff Baumgartner, Senior Editor, Light Reading, 6/13/2019
Flixon Media’s CEO thought his deal with Omniverse One World Television would be the foundation of a profitable, innovative TV service. Instead, he said he’s left with financial losses and a damaged reputation.

By Phil Harvey, US Bureau Chief, 6/13/2019
Light Reading’s Mike Dano weighs in on how the major carriers are stacking up with the way they’re handling pricing for 5G service (if you can find it).
By Iain Morris, International Editor, 6/13/2019
South Korean telco claims a 40% share of the country’s nascent 5G market, giving it 400,000 customers just a few months after launch.
By Paul Rainford, Assistant Editor, Europe, 6/13/2019
Also in today’s EMEA regional roundup: UK textiles giant chooses Aryaka for SD-WAN; Israel’s Pelephone gets with the eSIM program; DSZ Keymile lands UK FTTx gig.
By Ray Le Maistre, Editor-in-Chief, 6/13/2019
Chinese vendor ups the ante in battle with the US by reportedly demanding more than $1 billion in patent payments from the US carrier for the use of technology it has in its networks, reports the Wall Street Journal.

By Simon Stanley, 1/2/2019
Developing an open architecture for domain-specific accelerators could empower service providers to accelerate edge computing and related applications.
An SD-WAN Overview: Issues and Prospects

February 2019

An SD-WAN Overview: Issues and Prospects provides an overview and reviews significant issues in relation to the emergence of SD-WAN. It looks at the meaning of SD-WAN, its major drivers and benefits, and the structure of the market and its participants – especially between software and hardware vendors and service providers (SPs).

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Open Conflict Over Open RAN

Iain Morris
, International Editor
, 2/14/2019

Accusations that big kit vendors tried to throttle developments show open RAN …

CxO Spotlight – Executive Interviews

Google continues to make progress with its Android TV Operator tier, with a reported 140 service providers on board worldwide. Now it appears that Google’s success in …

Zone TV, a provider of digital, niche-oriented programming, is branching out.

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