There have been a series of revolutionary technology changes taking hold in business networking, but the biggest wave of them all has been virtualisation.
The International Telecommunication Union in 2015 outlined three initial use cases for 5G, the next generation of mobile network technology after 4G.
5G has been on the horizon for some time but it’s getting closer.
Cord-cutting — ditching your TV subscription for online services — is gaining momentum, especially in the US and for pay-TV operators the two options are becoming increasingly clear: adapt or die.
As network operators embrace digital transformation, cloud billing is becoming an increasingly vital way to compete with the likes of Amazon and Google.
One-third of Internet of Things (IoT) projects fail, and those firms that give up do so mainly for cost reasons.
Straight Path Communications has been acquired by Verizon for $3.1bn because Straight Path holds millimetre wave spectrum licenses that have been approved by the FCC to be used for 5G.
Have mobile phones replaced landlines?
The latest US spectrum auction wound down in April, raising $19.8bn — less than half of what the US government expected — for 70 MHz of spectrum.
AT&T’s bid to build a nationwide, US public safety network – FirstNet – can finally move forward.
Consumers are moving increasingly away from linear TV but live broadcasts are still drawing big audiences and online providers are catching on.