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Latest Headlines

Adtran revenues slip 3.5% to $139M, but expects 1 Gig cable, telco spending to rise

Adtran reported that fourth-quarter company sales were $139 million, down year-over-year from $143 million in the fourth quarter of 2014. But the company says it will see a rise in cable operator and telco spending on 1 Gbps and related broadband networks in upcoming quarters.

ZTE predicts 43.5% rise in full-year profit for 2015

ZTE said it expects to achieve record-breaking revenue and a 43.5 per cent increase in full-year net profit for the year to end-2015.

Openet provides BT Mobile with real-time BSS platform

BT deployed a virtualised real-time BSS charging platform from Openet to help monetise its BT Mobile MVNO service in the UK.

Windstream establishes 100G express route in red-hot Ashburn, Va. market via NJFX

Windstream is extending its 100G network to NJFX's carrier-neutral data center in Wall Township, N.J., giving customers a new express route into its 21715 Filigree Court point of presence in Ashburn, Va.

Southern Light, Allied Fiber ink 20-year fiber agreement to extend network across Southeast

Southern Light and Allied Fiber have signed a 20-year Indefeasible Right of Use (IRU) agreement, giving Southern Light another avenue by which to extend its network to a growing customer base across Alabama, Georgia, and Florida.

Peraso looks to scale WiGig technology over next 6 months

Peraso Technologies, the Toronto-based semiconductor company focused on WiGig, recently celebrated two milestones: It launched its WiGig W110 chipset into production, and it struck an agreement with IgniteNet to supply Peraso WiGig infrastructure components for the core 60 GHz functionality in  its MetroLinq line of outdoor wireless products.

LA-RICS declares success testing public safety network

The Los Angeles Regional Interoperable Communication System Authority (LA-RICS) declared that its emergency data communications system passed its first big test during the 2016 Rose Parade in Pasadena.

Report: 23% of European mobile towers could be independently owned in 2016

A new study predicted that around 23 per cent of European mobile towers could end up under the ownership of independent tower companies this year following recent tower divestment announcements by several mobile network operators.

Swisscom combines DSL and LTE networks to boost home broadband speeds

Swisscom announced plans to trial technology combining LTE with DSL networks to boost the bandwidth available to its home internet users in a limited pilot involving residential customers.

Zayo completes Allstream acquisition, extending service automation, strategy into Canada

Zayo Group has completed its acquisition of Canada's Allstream, enabling it to provide its differentiated strategy and service automation capabilities to the country's business customers.