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Louisville Wins One in Pole Attachment Battle

August 21, 2017
A big issue for competitive providers entering a market is gaining access to poles. Indeed, one of the reasons that Google Fiber has switched its focus from wired to wireless is difficulty placing cables on poles.
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Verizon, Eyeing Competition with AT&T, to Build First Responders’ Networks

August 21, 2017
Verizon will build and operate a private network core for public safety, enter into priority access and preemption agreements, and invest in mission-critical equipment.
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Dell EMC and BT Working on Disaggregated Switch Proof of Concept

August 17, 2017
What happens in the data center and out in the network is different, but beginning to converge. At some point, the two may fully harmonize. The Dell EMC testing at BT Labs may be a start.
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The Speedy Evolution of SD-WANs

August 16, 2017
SD-WANs are evolving quickly because they fill a need. Businesses and carriers are energized.
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The Pay TV Channel Is Changing

August 15, 2017
There is no reason for IT and telecommunications executives to follow changes in the Pay TV world extremely closely. However, it is something to keep an eye on in a more general sense.
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802.11ax Holds Promise Beyond Higher Speed

August 14, 2017
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ 802.11 Working Group continues to churn out useful standards. The latest, 802.11ax, has been in the pipeline for several years.
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Ukrainian Arrested in Connection with NotPetya Ransomware

August 11, 2017
Rare good news in ransomware came this week, with an arrest.
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Preparations Should Begin for 400GE

August 11, 2017
The evolution to 400 Gigabit Ethernet (400GE) will gradually accelerate during the next few years.
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The Road to Autonomous Vehicles Will Include Twists and Turns

August 10, 2017
Fully automated vehicles will eventually be available. If it takes too long to develop Level 5 vehicles, the market may center more fully on adding useful autonomous tools to cars and trucks that people still drive.
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Telecom: The Deals of Summer

August 8, 2017
Three mega-deals may be on the table: a merger between Sprint and T-Mobile, an acquisition of Charter by Softbank, or an acquisition of Sprint by Charter.
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Verizon Rolling Out LAA for Unlicensed Access

August 7, 2017
The use of unlicensed realm, which has been a goal of cellular providers for years, is starting to roll out. The big difference between the carriers’ approaches is if they will go straight to LTA or deploy LTE-U first.
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Competitors’ Unlimited Plans Good News, for T-Mobile

August 4, 2017
Unlimited data plans from Verizon and AT&T are having an impact on network performance and the competitive landscape, according to research by OpenSignal.
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An Industry on the Edge of a Network Breakdown

August 3, 2017
The core versus edge debate is decades old. What has become apparent during the past couple of years is that the edge will win.
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Ransomware Devastating to SMBs

August 2, 2017
SMBs are especially vulnerable to attacks because of their limited capabilities and the likelihood that old flaws, which long have been corrected by enterprise IT teams, are still unpatched and dangerous.
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Sigfox Opens Third U.S. Office as Networkers Seek IoT Ubiquity

August 1, 2017
The deciding point for operators looking at cellular approaches has shifted from performance characteristics to ecosystem maturity and ease of deployment.
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Organizations Must Manage Computer Lifecycles

July 31, 2017
There are legal risks associated with retiring PCs. They may be filled with valuable information. For this reason, it is important to have policies in place.
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AT&T FTTP Reach Grows

July 28, 2017
FTTP is a hit with customers, vendors and the FCC.
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Andreas Gal: Browsers Are Commoditized, But Differentiation Still Possible

July 27, 2017
No sector has changed as much as browsers during the past 15 years. Silk Labs CEO Andreas Gal has seen the drama unfold.
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Rise of the Machines Likely Will Conclude with Victory of the Machines

July 27, 2017
AI will be extraordinarily dangerous and extraordinarily beneficial. The key is that it will gain momentum as discoveries and inventions pile upon each other.
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