Availability is not take-up. Must do better. See us after class
Up to 32,000 nodes without routers in the middle and battery life measured in years
Comment Any, sorry, many ports in a storm...
Interview: Sckipio explains what carriers will like about cDTA
Will 'engage practically' with former BT arm
But bosses can't promise it will be fully complete on time
Analysis To succeed, operators need fibre, NFV, legacy kit and radio
Brit regulator urged to fork out tens of millions in compo
Friendly near-monopoly wants to work with industry, honest
Five vendors help virtualize access network functions
Switchzilla needs its five startups a day
'We're watching you,' warns regulator
Patch flood includes fix for hard-coded creds and access-all-areas XSS firewall flaw
Full transition to take four years
Mobile base stations have compute. These APIs will let you tap it
Old-skool addresses worth about $400,000 at auction
Borough councils hit due to a 'fibre break'
Part of £700m investment pot that will also go on 'full fibre'
And staff on chopping block unhappy with internal comms
'Now you can watch Game of Thrones in peace'
Exclusive One of 30 Brit branches to be shut due to 'shift to online'
None of today's P45 recipients will be directors, say sources
Worse than York, which is 'frankly embarrassing'
Comment Plus BT evaluates startups. Good luck, network kit giants
OneWeb gets green light to pipe internet through 720 orbiting satellites
Allegations of digging up rivals' cables, breaking promises
Alt-net providers call for ads to be reviewed
Troll your WebEx-loving execs with a crafted recording file
Borg's boxen can now figure out if there's malware lurking in encrypted traffic
International Trade Commission says its kit should be fine to import again
Issue ongoing since last week
Registry operator points finger at US embassy staffer
Switchzilla wants to make 'intuitive' switches that charge you by the month
Global Skype outages spill over onto a second day
The gin palace's security management code has gone cross-platform
Plan is to spin up single photons as a comms medium
Routers should know their place
999 requests funnelled through single data centre
Reformed monopoly wants to 'get much closer' to partners
And what about Brexit, huh?
Comment Mobile natives are getting restless
And that means useful stuff could be left out of customer premises equipment