Google appears to be testing new technology which will bypass the physical fiber cables required for their high-end internet service in favour of an ultra-fast wireless version.
3M focuses on perfecting the base station by making them easier to work on while ensuring they need less ongoing maintenance.
Vodafone Group of the UK said its Spring Project will focus on driving expansion in emerging telecom markets such as India in partnership with vendors such as Ericsson and NSN.
Hotel-chain Marriott has caused a stir resulting in a $600,000 fine due to blocking customers Wi-Fi hotspots and using their advantageous position to charge a whopping $250 - $1000 per device to use the hotel's own service.
An anti-trust probe was launched by the European Commission into whether quality-dependant OTT players such as Netflix were being "slowed down" in favour of the ISPs own services, and the results are now in.
In telecoms, the adoption of DevOps is much higher than generally believed and it seems most are willing to extend their existing agile methodologies.
The resilience and removal of control has given rise to the use of mesh networks in protest groups and terrorist movements; but it marks the future of connectivity for us all.
It's not often you hear about a telco such as SoftBank looking to acquire the creator of some of the world's most beloved animations; but that's what is on the cards according to sources close to the matter.
BT have released their findings into G-Fast, which is an exciting network innovation that could mean high-speed internet being rolled-out over the vast amount of existing copper infrastructure.
At least nine security issues have been found in Heatmiser Wi-Fi thermostats, which begs the question, will the smart home ever be a smart decision?
Ruckus Wireless is the underdog which has pulled from the pack and made impressive gains to become Cisco's biggest challenger in service provider Wi-Fi.