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Australia blocks Huawei, ZTE from 5G rollout

Claims network protections are 'ineffective' in 5G. No, really

Ex-UK comms minister's constituents plagued by wonky broadband over ... wireless radio link?

Updated Three years on, 'superfast' village's 'net sucks

Fire chief says Verizon throttled department's data in the middle of massive Cali wildfires

Not a great look for telco giant ahead of net neutrality suit

Blinking internets, Batman! O2 trials 5G over lightbulbs

Let there be light

Vodafone's spending pays off - but EE hangs on to UK network crown

EE by gum, BT Group brand wins

Grubby, tortuous, full of malware and deceit: Just call it Lionel because the internet is MESSY

Reg Lectures So what are we going to do about it? Anything?

Ethernet Alliance plugs and prays so you don't have to, and other networking morsels

Microsoft software-defined data centre coming, NVMe-oF kit, play Mist for me and more

Extreme Networks? Extreme Share Price Crash, more like

Misses Wall Street numbers by circa $1m

Four-year switch: Two Cisco veeps pack bags and go for a wander

Service Provider gros fromage and marketer leave biz

Creased Lightning: Profits wobble at Virgin Media while fibre project stays sluggish

Mind you, they're doing all right on basic B2B phone lines

GitHub looses load-balancing open-source code on netops world

GLB Director keeps those packets humming even when new servers are added to pools

Hortonworks revenues up 40%: Mum, are we nearly profitable yet?

Data biz trumpets international sales and IBM partnership

Magic million: That's how many Cisco routers can now run SD-WAN

Viptela vManage comes to boxen running IOS XE

IPv6: It's only NAT-ural that network nerds are dragging their feet...

Adoption is inevitable, and yet we all keep putting it off

FreeBSD has its own TCP-queue-of-death bug, easier to hose than Linux's SegmentSmack

Also: Juniper jumps on its stack

Better late than never: nbn™ DOCSIS 3.1 upgrade starts

Where? Not saying, but it'll be nearly everywhere by 2020. Pinky-promise

Be your own YouTube: Cloudflare Stream flies out of beta, emits vids

Web giant sends spare resources into the mines

Mellanox plumps pipes on Bluefield controller to squeeze out 200Gb/s

That's right, count 'em. And 4 million IOPS to boot

Cisco let an SSL cert expire in its VPN kit – and broke network provisioning brokers

Well that's one way to secure systems: deny new trustpoints

Denial of denial-of-service served: There was NO DDoS on FCC net neutrality comments

Probe confirms: No attack, just an incredibly unpopular policy brought down feedback site

Arista cats cough up $400m furball to satisfy Cisco in legal war truce

Just one appeal left standing

NSA's crummy crypto crop Suite B binned, and other network nuggets

NEC cavorts with 5G, Arita finds its Mojo, and much more

Arris CPE revenue hit by component shortages

Price rises lead to 'difficult discussions' with customers

Here we go again: Monopoly case another round in Arista vs Cisco

Take heart, readers, this can't go on forever ... can it?

UK comms revenues reach all-time low of £54.7bn, as internet kills the TV star

Plus: Ofcom report reveals demise of the phone-call

CableLabs sends its time lords to help small-cell mobile nets

Buddy, can you spare a time?

I feel a plead... a plead for speed: FastMail naps amid network blunder

Not our fault insists email slinger as customers twiddle thumbs

Sitting pretty in IPv4 land? Look, you're gonna have to talk to IPv6 at some stage

How to juggle two smartly incompatible protocols

Hey, don't route the messenger! Telegram redirected through Iran by baffling BGP leak

Updated Fat thumb – or government intervention?

The American dilemma: Competition, or fast broadband? Pick one

Analysis It's Groundhog Day for the US broadband industry

Brit comms providers told: You must tell people when their cheap contract's about to end

Rolling rolling rolling... Stop those contracts rolling.. don't hiiiiide

Nokia scores a $3.5bn deal to inflict 5G on T-Mobile customers

5G takes another tentative step to actually being a thing

BT boosted by punters and sport – as it preps to squeeze subs harder

Updated Outgoing boss: 'Good start' to year as revs down, profits up

Slurps aplenty in your serve of network news

AWS load balancer gets redirects, CableLabs SNAPs to Kubernetes, and more

Openreach annual review: Eat fibre and be merry, we fixed the faults before you called

The sun is sunny and the dark fibre access is virtual

Gin and bear it: Another tight quarter for Juniper, hopes berry high for growth by Q4

$1.2bn revs beat guidance, routers lumpy, software, security strong

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