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GSA: 116 mobile operators have commercially launched HD voice services

Some 116 mobile operators in 75 countries have commercially launched HD voice services, according to the Global Mobile Suppliers Association (GSA).

Advocates of dynamic spectrum access hope to boost their agenda within ITU

The Dynamic Spectrum Alliance is working within the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) to spread its advocacy for new spectrum policies that favor opportunistic spectrum access and concepts such as spectrum sharing.

Comcast exec says new products, customer satisfaction are key to staying competitive

Tony Werner, EVP and CTO of Comcast Cable and the Cable-Tec Expo program committee chair, told audience members attending the Cable-Tec Expo 2014 in Denver that in order to stay competitive, the cable industry as a whole has to focus on three main goals: developing new products, improving the customer experience and leveraging the scale of their networks.

365 Data Centers brings local cloud storage to 17 U.S. markets

365 Data Centers, a company that emerged after purchasing 16 of Equinix's data centers in 2012, is making its move into the hybrid cloud market with the launch of its storage-as-a-service (STaaS) offering in 17 markets.

Orange Business taps into hybrid cloud opportunity with VPN offering

Orange Business Services is targeting the growing multi-site enterprise hybrid cloud opportunity by adding a Business VPN Internet offering to its growing business VPN service product suite.

Ericsson takes big bite in Apcera, strengthens PaaS cloud capabilities

Ericsson has taken out its checkbook again to acquire a majority stake in Apcera, a provider of platform as a service (PaaS) offering Continuum, a move it says will strengthen its position in the cloud market by extending its network approach into both service provider and enterprise cloud environments.

Rysavy: Mobile broadband networks should not be hampered by net neutrality constraints

The success of the mobile broadband industry is due in part to a light regulatory touch that has encouraged massive investments and resulted in one of the most successful industries of all time. This industry, however, is still in the relatively early stages and will grow and evolve in ways that cannot be predicted. It will be successful to the extent that unnecessary regulatory strangleholds, especially ones that treat wireless and wireline equally, do not hold it back.

ABI Research: LTE reinvigorates the broadband wireless access marketplace

ABI Research estimates that there will be 14.5 million residential and commercial premises with fixed LTE broadband access by the end of 2014. By 2019, that figure should grow to 123 million.

Alcatel-Lucent exec says NFV will drive spending from 2016 onward

LAS VEGAS--All of the world's Tier 1 mobile operators are putting network functions virtualization (NFV) initiatives into place and will start focusing their capital expenditures on NFV Mobile in 2015, said Keith Allan, director of IP mobile core product strategy at Alcatel-Lucent.

Ericsson reaches 300 Mbps in over-the-air trial of intraband LTE carrier aggregation

Ericsson and Deutsche Telekom's Slovak Telecom business unit achieved data speeds of 300 Mbps in over-the-air field trials for intraband contiguous LTE carrier aggregation. The trials were the first for LTE Band 7, 2.6 GHz spectrum, using a 20+20 MHz configuration in a field environment, Ericsson said.