Would Amazon Really Enter the Wireless Biz?

June 3rd, 2019
 

As the Sprint/T-Mobile deal continues to fight for regulatory approval, perhaps the most interesting story to emerge is the prospect of Amazon becoming a wireless player on its own. The idea seems to be for Amazon to buy Boost from Sprint as well as a pile of spectrum, bootstrapping its way into direct competition with the big 3. [Read more →]

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Huawei to Sell Subsea Cable Biz

June 3rd, 2019
 

Soon Huawei will be out of the undersea cable business. In a filing to the Shanghai Stock Exchange on Friday, an agreement was revealed that will see the Chinese vendor sell its stake in Huawei Marine to Hengtong Optic-Electric Co.  [Read more →]

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Friday Roundup: Google, Hurricane Electric, Comcast Business

May 31st, 2019
 

A few infrastructure news bytes worth checking on before the weekend: [Read more →]

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Thursday Roundup: Frontier, Avelacom, MEF, Nokia, TIM

May 30th, 2019
 

A few items to catch up on from mid-week: [Read more →]

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Industry Spotlight: DC BLOX CEO Jeff Uphues

May 29th, 2019
 

The data center marketplace is a very dynamic one in which the business model works well at both large and small scale. This means there are many regional players. One such regional data center owner and operator is DC BLOX, which is opening a new Birmingham data center facility this month. With us today to talk about DC BLOX and its plans for the data center markets of the Southeastern United States is CEO Jeff Uphues. [Read more →]

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Tuesday Roundup: CenturyLink, Epsilon, Colt

May 28th, 2019
 

Welcome back from the long weekend!  Here are a few news bytes that crossed the wires while everyone in the US was out: [Read more →]

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Japanese, Taiwanese cellcos suspend Huawei device sales

May 28th, 2019
 

This article was authored by Dylan Bushell-Embling, and was originally posted on telecomasia.net.

The first crop of Asian operators have responded to the US trade ban on Huawei and its implication for Huawei's access to the Android OS by [Read more →]

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Friday Bytes: Bluebird, Eurofiber, Napatech, Teridion

May 24th, 2019
 

Memorial Day weekend has almost arrived, so maybe summer has also after a bit of a rocky spring.  Here are a few last tidbits of news first though: [Read more →]

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Shaping The Central Office of the Future

May 24th, 2019
 

This article was contributed by Lior Mishan of Ethernity Networks

Service providers have been under increasing pressure for several years to meet the growing expectations and demands of users. Now the advent of 5G networking is only adding to those expectations. [Read more →]

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Thursday Bytes: QTS, CenturyLink, Epsilon, DE-CIX

May 23rd, 2019
 

As everyone watches the Huawei soap opera roll on, here's some other news to keep up with: [Read more →]

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Wednesday Roundup: Digital Realty, Prov.net, DE-CIX

May 22nd, 2019
 

Three bits of data center and interconnection news, two from the US and one from south Asia: [Read more →]

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Tuesday Bytes: STT GDC, Fusion, 128Technology, AudioCodes, ADVA

May 21st, 2019
 

A few items worth noting from around the world from the start of this week: [Read more →]

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Google to ban Huawei’s access to Android

May 21st, 2019
 

This article was authored by Dylan Bushell-Embling, and was originally posted on telecomasia.net.

Huawei's consumer business been dealt a potentially devastating blow to its future prospects after US president Donald Trump formally added the vendor to a list of companies that American companies cannot trade with if they don't obtain a license. [Read more →]

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The Sprint/T-Mobile Deal Gets FCC Nod

May 20th, 2019
 

In a move that was looking increasingly unlikely over the past few months, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has signaled that he will recommend that Sprint/T-Mobile merger be approved. The $26.5B merger isn't necessarily out of the woods yet as no vote has been taken and the other four commissioners have not been heard from yet and there is still the DOJ to persuade.  But nevertheless, the deal has crossed a threshold and may now be back on track to close in the coming months. [Read more →]

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United Fiber & Data Completes NYC/Ashburn Fiber Route

May 20th, 2019
 

Six years ago, a new player in the industry announced plans to build a brand new longhaul route between New York City and Ashburn. United Fiber & Data's plans seemed a bit unlikely at the time, and they certainly had some hurdles to jump along the way.  But the company's low profile belied the progress they were making, and on Friday the buildout was completed in full. [Read more →]

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Monday Roundup: Tata, Colt, Limelight, H5

May 20th, 2019
 

Four expansions with the help of partners to catch up on: [Read more →]

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Great Plains Communications to Buy InterCarrier

May 17th, 2019
 

Great Plains Communications is making a move to the east via inorganic means. Yesterday they announced a deal to aquire InterCarrier Networks. [Read more →]

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FirstLight Buys Maine Fiber Company

May 16th, 2019
 

FirstLight took one last step to cement its position up in northern New England today with another acquisition.  The fiber network operator has bought out Maine Fiber Company. [Read more →]

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Thursday Bytes: Green House Data, Interxion, France-IX

May 16th, 2019
 

One acquisition, one new customer, and one new interconnection service: [Read more →]

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Trump Finds More to Ban Huawei From

May 16th, 2019
 

One would think we'd already run out of things Huawei has been banned from in the west, but apparently not. President Trump yesterday signed an executive order that effectively excludes Huawei gear from the networks of US firms. [Read more →]

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Wednesday Roundup: Telia, DE-CIX, Verizon

May 15th, 2019
 

I'm on the road today, but here's some quick catch-up on some news from yesterday: [Read more →]

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Consumers willing to pay a premium for 5G

May 15th, 2019
 

This article was authored by Dylan Bushell-Embling, and was originally posted on telecomasia.net.

Despite concerns surrounding the commercial proposition of 5G technology, smartphone users are willing to pay an average of a 20% premium for 5G services, according to Ericsson. [Read more →]

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Tuesday Bytes: SES Networks, CoreSite, Ericsson, DT, Vodafone

May 14th, 2019
 

Four bits of news from around the world that is worth noting: [Read more →]

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