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So what does EE's 5G test really signal?

Over-hyped tech inches a step closer... maybe

Robocall crackdown, choked Lifelines, and pole-climbing: Your new FCC rules roundup

Fresh round of overhauls, and some aren't happy about it

BT boss: Yeah, making a business case for 5G is hard

Also, we’ve not delayed the spectrum auction. Anyway, Three started it!

Hardware headwinds hurt Cisco as revenue dips two per cent in Q1

Sales down, orders up, hopes pinned on intent-based networking (A.K.A. a dash of AI)

Ads watchdog tells Plusnet: There's no way unlimited business broadband costs £4.50

If that were the case, you might actually Do Us Proud

TalkTalk sees red after chucking £75m on restructuring bonfire

Who wants to buy a phone biz?

Euro telco standards wonks publish third iteration of open source orchestrator

ETSI goes MANO et MANO et MANO for better NFV

How about that US isle wrecked by a hurricane, no power, comms... yes, we mean Puerto Rico

FCC commish wants more than one-page updates on recovery

BT plots to slash pension benefits for 32,000 staff

Gotta plug that £14bn deficit somehow

Crap London broadband gets the sewer treatment

Oh rats! SSE inks deal to run fibre through Thames Water's subterranean empire

AT&T, Verizon agree to hop into bed and thrust new erections over US

Duopoly guys do duopoly thing

Openreach fibre plan for 10m premises coming 'before Christmas'

Chair says he needs to kill copper network, maybe build 5G backhaul too

NASA shoots for 200Mbps networks on swarming satellites

Saturday launch will hoist super-manoeuvrable CubeSats that find each other in space

Qualcomm touts deal with Chinese giants to really consider using $12bn of its chips

Non-binding 'memorandum of understanding' inked with four smartphone builders

Vodafone signs deal with CityFibre to connect 5 million homes with full fibre

Project up to eight years with broadband minnow

OVH data centres go TITSUP: Power supply blunders blamed

Updated Thanks, initial testing seems unduly problematic

Openreach boss says he'd take a burning effigy on the chin

Interview Clive Selley admits BT could have done more to build a fibre network

Google's software-defined network – and its significance – both just accelerated

The SDN industry – ahem – admires Google and will learn from this, to your benefit

Carphone Warehouse given a stern talking to for 'misleading' radio ad

Three's a crowd, and a 'major competitor', says watchdog

Juniper Contrail Cloud spotted heading for junior telco networks

Gin palace lead architect explains plan to make NFV reign

Cisco borked its own BGP code in IOS XE, has since patched

Wanna break the Internet? Start by not patching this problem

Trade ban case grinds on, but Arista-cats got the cream in Q3

Cisco still hasn't managed to drown this kitten

Fat-fingered Level 3 techie reduces internet to level zero: Glitch knocks out connections

Celebrates CenturyLink gobble by blacking out

Mellanox NICs Xilinx FPGA to save backplane slots and CPU cycles

And it's not just about bonkers Bitcoin mining rigs

VMware buys VeloCloud to make the WAN NSX-y

Software-defined WANs give Virtzilla more SaaS to sell and a better pitch to telcos

TalkTalk glitch causing mobiles and landlines to go off at the same time

Yet more problems for the firm's long-suffering customers

Virgin's Project Lightning's very, very frightening: ISP will not hit connection target

That's 376,000 down, 424,000 to go before the year is out

Openreach: Comms providers 'welcome' our full-fibre 'ambition'

Duh. It's better than sweating the heck out of copper and aluminium for another decade

One-third of mobile users receive patchy to no indoor coverage

WHAT? NAH, YOU'RE BREAKING UP

Microsoft reveals network simulator that keeps Azure alive

'CrystalNet' reveals router bugs beat sysadmin fat-fingers six-to-one for outages

Verizon whips out Big Johnson to lure FCC into axing US states' net neutrality, privacy rules

'Light touch' must be enforced with a heavy hand, says telco

Facebook, Amazon fund new trans-Pacific submarine cable

'JUPITER' is made for video, should see first light in 2020, boast 60 Tbps capacity

Level 3 thrown in the C'Link after watchdog approves $34bn gobble

While Softbank's Sprint goes limp on T-Mobile US merger

Is the FCC purposefully screwing up US school broadband projects?

Special report Answer: Yes, but it's hard to prove

Gigamon is giga-gone! Networking vendor bought by private equity

Elliot Management finds US$1.6bn for network intelligence outfit

Cisco removes probe from place the SAN don't shine in new FC switch

Flash arrays have singed SANs, so Cisco's turned on the data tap to help you burn bottlenecks

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