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Project Lightning, you say? Virgin Media's fibre rollout is pretty glacial

Meanwhile, corporate daddy Liberty Global flogs European assets to Vodafone for €18.4bn

Africa's internet body hit with sexual harassment cover-up claims

Special report Calls for vote of no confidence in Afrinic board

Measure for measure: Why network surveys don't count what counts

Interview Punters want reliable calls most

Heir to SMS finally excites carriers, by making Google grovel

ANALYSIS Next-gen txt offers rich messaging services, should make it onto most 'Droids soon

Arista: Sales up, profit up, share price down

Stock-jocks disappointed that 40 per cent growth won't last

FCC shifts its $8bn pot of gold, sparks fears of corporate money grab

Special report Pai accused of reverse Robin Hood for business buddies

Virgin Media to chop 800 jobs in Wales call centre

Act 1 of real estate consolidation play

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ROUNDUP Cisco's buys real-time CEO profiler, OPNFV advances and thin client fun

Typical cynical Brits: Broadband speeds up, satisfaction goes down

Who was crowned worst ISP? You get one guess

Why does the world need the new 'Arkraino' network edge stack'?

Because devices on massive networks need services, says Linux Foundation orchestration guru Arpit Joshipura

New York looks at California, drafts net neutrality legislation

'Bicoastal effort' adds to the mess that is internet rules

Cisco kicks shrivelling video software unit back to Dr Martens owner

Word on the street: it's getting far less than $5 beeellion it paid

Cisco launches direct sales site for SMBs

Chillax, partners, and buyers beware - this modest first effort is no Amazon or NewEgg

Open Internet lovin' Comcast: Buy our TV service – or no faster broadband for you!

Cable giant bribes cord-cutters to come back with speed hike

VMware and Microsoft make up and get NSX-y together

Virtzilla's virtual cloud networking push is on and Switchzilla is in its sights

FTTP NBN gone from draft Australian Labor Party policy platform

new doc mostly mentions carbon fibre, natural fibre … not so much FTTP

Democrats need just one more senator (and then a miracle) to reverse US net neutrality death

It won't pass but hey, why pass up a partisan punch-up?

More Brits have access to 1Gbps speeds than those failing to muster 10Mbps – Ofcom report

Both stats still pretty piss poor

A feed ahead of the weekend: your slice of networking morsels

IXPs mind their MANRS, plus as much multicloud as you can handle

O2 UK wafts 4G coverage over 1,000 new Brit sites

Small operator starts LTE building following spectrum splurge

US schools' IT systems drop out after weekend firmware update misery

Three-day outage sparked by bungled software rollout for data-center gear

ICANN takes Whois begging bowl to Europe, comes back empty

Rude awakening – yet again – for American DNS supremo

Bargain-happy Brits snub big four mobile network operators

Plucky MVNOs snag top five spots for customer satisfaction

Information-Centric Networking boffins celebrate successful Cypriot trial

Live-traffic gives information-centric networking a boost

DON'T PANIC! America's net neutrality won't be ending today after all

You'll have to wait until, well, next month, for the end of the internet as we know it

Community Fibre wins £18m from infrastructure fund

Plans to hook up 500k Londoners to 1Gbps speeds in 4 years

Google kills off domain fronting – and so secure comms just got tougher

Cloud tech tweaks end anti-censorship workaround

Nominet drains mug of tea, leans back, calmly explains how to make Whois GDPR-compliant

.UK registry not entirely sure what all the fuss is about

BT pushes ahead with plans to switch off telephone network

Consultation next month following plan to shift Brits over to VoIP

Cisco snuffs Spark, renames it 'WebEx Teams'

Roundup And Huawei's given carriers a 14G network (it does 2G to 5G and we did the sums)

OK, this time it's for real: The last available IPv4 address block has gone

Now for the last time, will you all please shift to IPv6?!

Hortonworks unfurls tool to cut grunt work, let firms spend more time rolling in juicy data

And *checks watch* of course it'll be really useful for GDPR

Cisco casts an eye over IoT protocol landscape: Everything the light touches is ours

Managing Things, with intent

US government weighs in on GDPR-Whois debacle, orders ICANN to go probe GoDaddy

Yeah that oughta do the trick

'Uncarrier' T-Mobile US to un-carry $40m for bumpkin blower bunkum

FCC levies fine equivalent to 32 hours of quarterly profit

Net neutrality advocates freak out as lobbyists pull rug from California's draft net neutrality law

Legislation 'could have been written by AT&T and Comcast'

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