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UK.gov: Who wants £25m... *cheers*... to trial 5G? *crickets chirping*

If we start now, we might be better at it than Albania

Grant Shapps of coup shame fame stands by 'broadbad' research

Interview Or was it David Green or Sebastian Fox?

Cisco's ACI adds multi-site support, multi-cloud coming next year

Kubernetes-coralled containers also get the software-defined networking policy treatment

Juniper warns of bitter 3rd quarter due to cloud sales crash

The cloud market's going nuts and Juniper rode it in Q1 and Q2. So what's wrong now?

You may not have noticed, but 'superfast' broadband is available to 94% of Blighty

Fivemiletown, Northern Ireland, ambles at a stately 1.2Mbps

Cisco sells data virtualization unit to Tibco

Bought in 2013, disposed of in 2017 due to misalignment with 'long-term focus'

He's no good for you! Ofcom wants to give folk powers to dump subpar broadband contracts

It's not you, it's m- ... No, wait, it's totally you

Intelsat and Intel reckon satellite spectrum could help with 5G's coming capacity crunch

Farmers can keep it, but cities' spectrum scarcity needs a fix

Russian telco backs up North Korea's sole Internet link

Transtelecom can reach 256 North Korean hosts

WTH is my domain? OpenSRS and Hover DOWN and OUT

Updated Network failure forces punters' websites offline

Business hunches are so 1977. Proper data's a lot more grown-up

Sponsored Fighting the instinct vs analytics wars

'Alternative network provider' CityFibre boosts sales 36%

But elsewhere experiences contract delays

Boffins sling around entangled photons at telco wavelengths

1550 nanometres is the sweetest sweet spot

nbn™ sweetens the deal for business and its own bottom line

Updated Mirrors price relief offered to consumer market

UK third worst in Europe for fibre-to-the-premises – report

Openreach stuck on upgrading legacy copper-based network

Fog lifts as standards bodies agree on fog compute interoperability

ETSI and OpenFog agree not to disagree, or overlap

The award for worst ISP goes to... it starts with Talk and ends with Talk

Two other big brands, Sky and BT, also in the naughty corner

Microsoft and Facebook's transatlantic cable completed

In 2018 'MAREA' will move ads and Azure from USA to Spain at 160 terabits per second

Nothing to see here, folks, literally... Citrix mysteriously pulls NetScaler downloads

Builds yanked offline for a week in bug riddle

Chief digital officer and sales director leave O2 amid ongoing shake-up

Roles yet to be filled

Ofcom to crack down on telcos' handling of nuisance callers

Also wants to extend consumer protection to cover more broadband services

Now EE's challenging UK regulator's mobile spectrum proposals

Joins Three in telling Ofcom: See you in court

Cisco's John Chambers to quit as exec chair

Southern drawler to fly off into sunset on back of a drone

Sprint CEO straight out accuses Verizon counterpart of LYING

IN ALL CAPS, no less

How to stop Facebook and Apple taking over the mobile phone industry

Cloudflare Internet Summit Streaming operating systems, virtualizing base stations

123-Reg customers outraged at automatic .UK domain registration

www.howaboutno.co.uk, .uk, ... nope

Chirpy, chirpy, cheap, cheap: Printable IoT radios for 10 cents each

Backscatter boffins get Things talking over kilometres

Boffins' satcomms rig uses earthly LEDs to talk to orbiting PV panels

Lasers are too pricy, so we're using BLINKENLIGHTS instead

Chill out about net neutrality, says FCC head, because mobile phones are great

Mobile World Congress All just part of a broader strategy

Gov claws back £645m in BT broadband from subsidy

What councils spend it on is another matter

Arista describes Cisco's IP defence in antitrust case as 'insane'

Judge mulls whether to dismiss suit after ITC ruling

Scottish pensioners rage at Virgin cabinet blocking their view

Who needs sunlight when you've got Netflix?

TalkTalk plans to bail on mobile in major shake-up for beleaguered biz

Three reported to be 'interested' in a deal

Indian call centre scammers are targeting BT customers

In some cases fraudsters knew their mark's personal details

Australia-to-Asia traffic slows as typhoons cut submarine cables

I've been to Bali, via California

Three challenges UK watchdog to a duel over mobile spectrum rules

Your move, EE

Networking vendors are good for free lunches, hopeless for networks

Electronic Arts tech director thinks tech-agnostic developers can build better networks than slave-to-vendor NetAdmins

UK.gov unveils six areas to pilot full-fat fibre, and London ain't on the list

Scatters £10m across country out of £200m pot

nbn™ adds premises to FTTC, HFC, slims down FTTN build

Build will end in 2020, stay in the financial envelope.
We promise, really, truly

DC court says Dish skirted rules in US airwave auction

No bid credits for sockpuppets, rules judge

EE!? The sound customers make when the interwebz don't work

Broadband's out nationwide, say frustrated Twitter folk

India responds to internet shutdown criticism... by codifying rules to make it legal

Bureaucracy embraces removing communications for millions of people

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