To better gauge which rural areas in the U.S. lack broadband services, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai is proposing a new mapping process.
Huawei is going on the offensive by demanding more than $1 billion in patent licensing fees from Verizon even though Verizon isn't a customer.
In the ever-churning Huawei news cycle, chipmaker Arm is suspending business with the Chinese vendor in order to comply with the U.S. restrictions.
The bloom between Apstra and Cisco—both of whom offer intent-based networking solutions—has definitely withered.
The Federal Trade Commission is broadening its antitrust probe of Broadcom to see if the chipmaker used its dominance to hamper competition.
With the one-year anniversary of the EU's adoption of its GDPR coming up soon, Microsoft is calling on Congress to do the same in the U.S.
The Trump administration's ongoing efforts to throttle the use of some of Huawei's technology in the U.S. and abroad are starting to show results.
A federal judge in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the Southern District of New York has ruled that Charter Communications has to pay for letters that will be…
Despite hitting its profit target, CenturyLink could be headed toward a major restructuring in order to appease restless investors.
Cisco announced on Monday new SD-WAN on-ramps that were designed to tie branch offices to private data centers by going through colocation facilities.