As a systems integrator, World Wide Technology has its finger in just about all of the telecommunications pies due to ongoing work in its lab.
Orange is executing another page from its multiservice strategy playbook by getting into the home telesurveillance business.
Nokia plans to cut 350 jobs in its home country of Finland as it works towards a goal of $800 million in savings by 2020.
Windstream Enterprise announced today the launch of its new "WE Connect" portal for better visibility into its services.
Managed service provider SDNbucks picked Nuage Networks' SD-WAN 2.0 platform to provision cloud-based sports analytics for SciSports.
On Monday, Verizon announced a new addition to its managed services portfolio that uses AI to improve the customer experience for its business customers.
Telefónica validated Wind River's Titanium cloud for use in its UNICA network virtualization project.
Huawei, which has been banned in the U.S. and other countries, is facing another hurdle that's related to its U.S.-based R&D subsidiary.
While the "edge" has been a prominent buzzword in telecommunications for several years now, EdgeConneX has been living on the edge for some time.
There's no question that hyperscale service providers have an insatiable appetite for data centers, which was borne out in a recent report.