Aereo wants the Supreme Court to hear a challenge to its earlier legal victory that could settle once and for all whether Aereo's service is legal. The company hopes to engage in the issue to avoid the expense of further lawsuits.
T-Mobile US has built out its LTE with lightning speed, and now the operator is planning to complement that effort by enabling lightning-fast mobile broadband speeds to its customers.
DirecTV could announce a new streaming TV service, Citigroup analyst Jason Bazinet wrote in a note to investors according multiple reports. DirecTV is set to host an investor day Thursday.
Elemental Technologies is touting its ability to process 4K video using advanced codecs in real time.
Sprint is going to have to start executing faster and better if it wants to make Spark stand out next year. I'm sure SoftBank and Son will be pushing Sprint to do so. That may be the clearest measure of SoftBank's influence on Sprint.
News that online video providers Netflix and YouTube take up nearly half of all Internet bandwidth in the United States during peak viewing hours is well known. But while consumer video content is front and center in the IP entertainment revolution, other critical but perhaps lesser-known content service providers have been growing in the background.
CDNs look like they're getting squeezed. On one side, broadband providers are building their own CDN capabilities or acquiring CDNs outright. On the other, the biggest content providers are deploying their own CDN-like infrastructure.
Spanish cable operator Ono is reportedly considering an initial public offering in 2014 in a move that could make it a potential target for mobile operators seeking fixed-line assets such as Vodafone and Orange, according to a Reuters report.
Israeli operator Cellcom said it plans to share the construction and operation of an LTE network under a 15-year agreement with rivals Pelephone and Golan Telecom in order to meet the growing demand for mobile data services while keeping costs down.
PALO ALTO, Calif.--Technically speaking, network functions virtualization (NFV) and software-defined networking (SDN) do not need to be deployed together. Yet many vendors attending the Carrier Network Virtualization event, sponsored by Informa Telecoms & Media, contend carrier-grade NFV actually does need SDN to come to full fruition.