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GSMA announces first details for Mobile World Congress 2018

2018 edition expected to attract more than 108,000 attendees, 2,300 exhibitors more
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NEC/Netcracker partners with Infinera and Juniper Networks to enable end-to-end network automation and control

Following a successful demonstration with the OIF/ONF Transport API Project, the companies join forces to accelerate network transformation more
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  • Nokia and Facebook break subsea spectral efficiency records in... more

  • Infinera releases report highlighting best practice... more

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Unicorns and baby unicorns – So adorable but where do they go from here?

Billion-dollar startups are the talk of the town; a unicorn´s CEO can´t sneeze without it showing up on Valleywag, or the founder being parodied on the hit TV show, “Silicon Valley”. Meanwhile, everyone is watching the baby unicorns, the next-generation startups that appear to be on the fast-track to a massive valuation. Not yet household names outside the venture and tech communities, the baby unicorns represent tremendous potential for their investors. Or do they? And there are the reliable technology leaders – not unicorns, not baby unicorns, perhaps not even startups. Solid performers who generate innovation…and revenues. How do they all fit together in the fast-moving industry? more
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  • Software defined cloud networking – the formless in pursuit... more

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The number of smart homes in Europe and North America reached...

The number of smart homes in Europe and North America reached 30.3 million in 2016

According to a new research report from Berg Insight, the number smart homes in Europe and North America reached 30.3 million in 2016. North America is the world’s most advanced smart home market and the region had an installed base of 21.8 million smart homes at the end of the year, a 47 percent year-on-year growth  more
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  • U.S. leads BYOD implementation, but EU holds back, according... more

  • Consumer connected car revenues to near $50bn by 2022, with... more

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  • ITU Telecom World 2017 takes a look into our smart future... more

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  • UK's most innovative cyber security company of the year... more

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