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AT&T names Amdocs as systems integrator for its ECOMP virtual platform

AT&T has tapped Amdocs to serve as the integrator to help other service providers and enterprises that want to take advantage of its Enhanced Control, Orchestration, Management and Policy (ECOMP) virtualization platform to build software-centric services.

Juniper gets 'mixed message' from Tier 1 telcos on flat Q2 service provider revenue

Juniper Networks saw service provider sales uptick slightly quarter-over-quarter, but the overall market is in transition-- reflecting a trend the vendor is seeing with its Tier 1 customers.

Amazon scores patent for installing drone docks on cell towers

Amazon's newly awarded patent is for a docking station to be installed on cell towers, and light and utility poles, that will allow the drones used in its Prime Air delivery service to recharge.

Entner: T-Mobile, AT&T and others eye loyalty plans as competition heats up

Customer loyalty plans are common in the United States, especially in mature, but competitive markets. A large number of different kinds of companies – from retailers to airlines to restaurants – have customer loyalty programs to reduce the likelihood of customers switching to a competitor. When companies introduce loyalty plans, timing is everything.

AT&T and others face challenges on the road to NFV

Carriers around the world are moving aggressively to virtualize their networks in an effort to both lower their expenses and increase revenues. AT&T, NTT DoCoMo and SK Telecom have all taken early leads in the space, and they're being followed closely by operators in Europe and elsewhere.

Orange and Vodafone plot NFV, SDN plans for business customers

AT&T and Verizon may be grabbing a lot of headlines for their network virtualization plans, but European service providers like Orange and Vodafone are being no less aggressive with their NFV and SDN migrations.

AT&T looks to expand drone program

Flying drones might sound like a fun hobby, but some RF engineers are making it part of their job, going so far as to envision flying COWs, or cells on wings, to provide LTE coverage at concerts or during emergencies.

AT&T officially throws hat into the ring for FirstNet

AT&T had indicated it would be an aggressive participant in the FirstNet bidding process, and CFO and Senior Executive Vice President John Stephens made it official Thursday during the company's second-quarter earnings call, saying AT&T has submitted a bid for the FirstNet business.

T-Mobile CEO Legere made almost as much as AT&T CEO Stephenson in 2015

As investors gear up to evaluate carrier earnings, recent SEC filings show that T-Mobile CEO John Legere made nearly as much as AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson.

Verizon is currently selling AT&T's DirecTV service… but 'next-gen bundles' are coming

Today, if you want to, you can buy AT&T's DirecTV pay-TV and internet service from Verizon (AT&T's archrival). The DirecTV offer from Verizon is scheduled to end in October, and represents the tail-end of a long-term bundling agreement Verizon inked with DirecTV prior to AT&T's $49 billion acquisition of DirecTV that closed almost exactly a year ago. ​Verizon's DirecTV bundle, strange as it is, represents just one of the many bundling attempts Verizon has tested over the years.