Int’l Bytes: Ericsson, RCom, Airtel, Telecom Egypt, DT, e-shelter

August 6th, 2018
 

A few items from around the world to start the week: [Read more →]

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Friday Bytes: EllaLink, Comcast, Turk Telekom

August 3rd, 2018
 

A few more items worth noting before you head off for the first weekend of August, one undersea, one metro, and one job-related: [Read more →]

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CIM Group, 1547 Take Aim at Chicago

August 3rd, 2018
 

The team of CIM Group and fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty has a new project in its sights this week. The pair announced the acquisition of a property on the south side of Chicago that they intend to transform into a major data center facility. [Read more →]

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Friday Earnings Roundup: GTT, Cogent, Vonage

August 3rd, 2018
 

Lots of earnings news from around the sector, here is a quick look at three of them from the competitive side of things: [Read more →]

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Cisco Seeks More Security, to Acquire Duo

August 2nd, 2018
 

Security is an everpresent concern when it comes to internet infrastructure, and hence it has been the focus of many an M&A move. Today, the industry giant Cisco made another move in this arena, announcing its intent to acquire Duo Security. [Read more →]

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Thursday Roundup: Megaport, Kontron, CenturyLink, Zayo

August 2nd, 2018
 

Two bits of cloud interconnection and two other bits of M&A worth a quick look from midweek: [Read more →]

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Vonage Makes Video Move, Buys TokBox

August 1st, 2018
 

Vonage is taking it voice and messaging platform into some new territory this summer. Today the company announced the purchase of San Francisco-based TokBox from Telefonica. [Read more →]

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Windstream Adds More Western Longhaul

August 1st, 2018
 

Yesterday Windstream added another leg to its western longhaul expansion. They will be adding more dark fiber to the company's infrastructure between Phoenix and the west coast. [Read more →]

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Tuesday Bytes: Consolidated, CyrusOne, Colt, CenturyLink

July 31st, 2018
 

A bit of everything to keep an eye on for this Tuesday roundup: [Read more →]

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Hong Kong could allocate 5G spectrum for free

July 31st, 2018
 

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

The HKSAR government has proposed to allocate 5G spectrum to the market's operators for no charge, to give them a competitive advantage in the race to 5G adoption. [Read more →]

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T-Mobile Plants Its 5G Flag With Nokia

July 30th, 2018
 

With the realities of the Sprint deal still a long way off, T-Mobile US isn't going to wait around to make its 5G rollout plans.  Today the 'Uncarrier' announced a substantial deal with Nokia to get the ball rolling. [Read more →]

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Zayo Wins Yet More Cloud Infrastructure Biz

July 30th, 2018
 

On Friday, Zayo continued its string of wins with major cloud providers, albeit unnamed ones as usual.  The Boulder-based infrastructure provider announced a major expansion of its relationship with said cloud provider. [Read more →]

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Telefonica Finds Another Buyer for a Piece of Telxius

July 30th, 2018
 

Telefonica has raised a few more euros this morning with the planned sale of a stake of Telxius to Pontegadea, a real estate investment company owned by the mega-billionaire Amancio Ortega.  Ortega owns the Spanish-based Zara, which is a power in the world of retail fashion. [Read more →]

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Friday Bytes: Sparkle, ROOT, NYI, Ciena

July 27th, 2018
 

Three bits of data center news from three countries and an MEF 3.0 certification to finish off the week: [Read more →]

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Metro Bytes: WANRack, Comcast, FirstLight, Zayo

July 26th, 2018
 

Four bits of metro fiber news from the past few days that are worth a look: [Read more →]

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Crown Castle to Enhance Its Southern California Network

July 25th, 2018
 

Crown Castle unveiled plans to further invest in its fiber footprint in Los Angeles and the surrounding region yesterday.  They plan to enhance and supplement the company's existing infrastructure with an expanded product suite. [Read more →]

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euNetworks Invests in Dublin, Hilversum

July 25th, 2018
 

euNetworks has put resources to work in the data center interconnection space this summer.  This morning the pan-European infrastructure provider revealed the completion of two projects expanding its dc connect solution into new markets. [Read more →]

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Blockchain in telecoms market to hit nearly $1b by 2023

July 25th, 2018
 

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

The global blockchain in telecom market is on track to grow from just $46.6 million this year to $993.8 million by 2023, representing a CAGR of 84.4%, according to Research and Markets. [Read more →]

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Infinera to Acquire Coriant

July 24th, 2018
 

Yesterday saw some interesting M&A news within the world of optical vendors. Infinera has announced an agreement to acquire Coriant for some $430M in cash and stock. [Read more →]

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Monday Roundup: UPN, Digital Realty, Connected2Fiber, Windstream

July 23rd, 2018
 

A few product and market expansions worth noting to start the week: [Read more →]

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Vocus, Alcatel Near Completion for ASC Cable

July 23rd, 2018
 

Fresh off the RFS of Hawaiki, Australia will soon have even more new connectivity at its disposal. According to Vocus the laying of the 4600 kilometer Australia Singapore Cable is now complete. [Read more →]

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Virtual Network Function (VNF) onboarding is simply more than VNF Descriptor (VNFD) configurations

July 20th, 2018
 

This Industry Viewpoint was authored by Prodapt

More and more digital service providers (DSPs) are adopting Virtual Network Function (VNF) to reap key benefits of virtualization such as accelerated service realization, reduced time-to-market, better scalability, and cost-effective & centralized network monitoring. [Read more →]

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Industry Spotlight: Rémi Galasso on the Launch of Hawaiki

July 19th, 2018
 

The Pacific has a new submarine cable as of today.  The Hawaiki cable system has officially launched, connecting the Pacific Northwest with New Zealand and Australia via Hawaii with up to 43Tbps of initial design capacity.  The cable spans some 15,000km and cost about $300M to build.  With us today to give us a bit more color on just what Hawaiki has built and what is next on the menu is CEO Rémi Galasso.
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