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Tele2 relaunches an MVNO in Austria

Tele2 unveiled plans to again offer mobile services in Austria after reaching a deal to establish a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) on T-Mobile Austria's network.

EC's Vestager hints at closer scrutiny of future operator consolidation

Orange, Telenor and Hutchison Whampoa may not be assured of receiving European Commission (EC) approval for planned mergers in Spain, Denmark and the UK simply because the EC cleared similar deals in recent years.

Ciena's Q1 losses widen to $18.8M on customer order timing

Ciena reported that its loss widened to $18.8 million, or 17 cents a share, up from $15.9 million, or 15 cents a share, in the same period a year ago due to the timing of government customers' orders.

Aruba: Customers will be better off as a result of HP combination

While the competition is mulling ways to take customers away from WLAN vendor Aruba Networks as it gets combined with HP, Aruba is preparing its customers for what it calls better days ahead.

AT&T drops goal of deploying 40,000 small cells by end of 2015, citing benefits of Leap deal

AT&T Mobility no longer plans to deploy 40,000 small cells on its network by the end of 2015, a goal that had been a key element of its Project Velocity IP (VIP) network initiative. The carrier is not saying how many small cells it plans to deploy by year-end but said that its 2014 acquisition of Leap Wireless removed the need to deploy as many small cells as it originally had planned because the deal gave AT&T more macro cell sites for capacity.

T-Mobile's Ray: 5G will involve new uses of spectrum, but we're not 'desperate for 5G to happen tomorrow'

BARCELONA, Spain--T-Mobile US CTO Neville Ray said that 5G networks will mainly involve new uses of spectrum to address continued expected growth in mobile data usage and different uses cases, including from the Internet of Things. At the same time, Ray cautioned that there is no need to rush to 5G networks today, as LTE and LTE Advanced networks still have a great deal of capabilities that carriers can tap.

FCC staff recommends Ericsson's Telcordia unit win number portability contract away from Neustar

The FCC's staff recommended that Ericsson's Telcordia unit win a key government number portability contract, dealing a grievous blow to Neustar, which has administered the number portability system since 1997 and counts on it for about half its revenue. The recommendation, from the Wireline Competition Bureau, still needs to be approved by a vote of the agency's five commissioners, who can accept, reject or modify the FCC staff's proposal. 

Ericsson, Nokia sign IoT, 5G collaboration deals with KT

South Korea's KT is getting more committed to 5G, announcing separate deals with Ericsson and Nokia Networks to further research and development in 5G.

Huawei showcases its air interface technology for 5G

While some industry players are still debating whether 5G will require a new air interface, Huawei used the Mobile World Congress trade show this week to showcase its new 5G air-interface technology, saying it will boost its 5G research and patent portfolio.

OTT execs leveling the entertainment playing field

By any measure, it's been a heck of a year for Major League Baseball Advanced Media, the digital streaming unit of MLB. Key to its success is Joe Inzerillo, VP and CTO, who oversees all aspects of technology for MLBAM.