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Verizon to launch VoLTE in the 'coming weeks,' will enable native video calling

Verizon Wireless will launch its Voice over LTE service on a nationwide basis in the "coming weeks," and will enable HD Voice and video calling in phones' native dialers. However, Verizon is not saying exactly when it will launch VoLTE or which devices will support the service.

Verizon invests $40M to install solar power systems at eight facilities

Verizon is doubling its investment in renewable solar power with plans to invest about $40 million in the on-site green energy program it debuted last year.

Arianespace seeks clarity over why two Galileo satellites went into wrong orbit

Arianespace said it intends to find out why the fifth and sixth satellites launched as part of the Galileo constellation ended up in the wrong orbit, an event that marks a further setback for Europe's answer to the U.S. Global Positioning System (GPS).

Analysys Mason: Mobile comms will dominate in sub-Saharan Africa through 2018

Mobile services are tipped to remain the dominant revenue generator in sub-Saharan Africa in the five years through 2018, fuelled by high demand for wireless voice and data communications.

ABI Research: Mobile Internet continuing to drive mobile service revenue in 2014

In the first quarter of 2014, worldwide mobile service revenue increased 0.58 per cent year-on-year to $264 billion (€200 billion) with aggregate service revenue for 2014 expected to increase by 2.9 per cent to $1.01 trillion.

Alcatel-Lucent exec says LTE Advanced Release 12 freeze may be delayed to 2015

Though many in the industry expected September to bring a functional freeze for 3GPP Release 12, this latest set of specifications for LTE-Advanced is now not slated for finalization until December. And the freeze date may be pushed back by an additional quarter as 3GPP works out final kinks in what has become a complicated technology release, according to Said Tatesh, director, 3GPP standards leader, at Alcatel-Lucent.

Cyrus One adds 5,000 sq. feet to Austin data center, continues Texas expansion

Cyrus One is giving its growing set of carrier and enterprise customers more options, announcing that it has added 5,000 square feet to its Austin II data center.

Cisco's grip on service-provider routing, carrier Ethernet slips to 41 percent

Cisco might still be the dominant router vendor in terms of units sold, but its influence appears to be slipping.

Ixia taps HP's Bethany Mayer as new CEO, enhances SDN, NFV leadership

Ixia is adding more clarity to its tarnished management structure, announcing that it has named HP executive Bethany Mayer as its new president and CEO.

TeliaSonera latest to reveal authorities' communication-interception requests

TeliaSonera received 1,145 requests for lawful interception of subscribers' communications from Swedish authorities in the first half of 2014, over half the total number of requests received in the country in all of 2013.