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ZTE touts 5G breakthrough with MUSA technology

China's ZTE is claiming a 5G breakthrough with its new multi-user shared access (MUSA) technology, which the company said can triple overload capacity on wireless access networks.

Could the Nokia/Alcatel-Lucent deal drive Ericsson to broaden its portfolio with a Ciena, Infinera or Juniper buy?

Nokia has set off a new wave of consolidation in the telecom equipment market, reaching a deal to acquire Alcatel-Lucent for $16.6 billion. That move is now fueling speculation that Ericsson will make a similar move to round out its portfolio with more wireline capabilities by making a run for either Ciena, Infinera or Juniper.

Photo tour of CableLabs provides a look into cable's future

Step right up … and take a look at what CableLabs is doing at its digs in Louisville, Colo. This is where the organization conducts tests to help its customers better understand the Wi-Fi services they hope to provide to their customers.

Ethernet Access Device market growth to be driven by fiber deployments, says Infonetics

The Ethernet Access Device (EAD) market may have declined 3.5 percent to $925 million in 2014 due to ongoing declines in Ethernet over TDM bonded circuits (EoTDM), but Infonetics says that ongoing deployments of fiber to more buildings will help fuel future growth of fiber EADs.

Broadcasters finally embrace OTT tech, even if audience is still in the driver's seat

The halls were alive with the sound of drones this year at NAB, the National Association of Broadcasters' annual fete in Las Vegas. What do drones have to do with online video? On the surface, not much.

Nokia's $16.6B bid for Alcatel-Lucent puts company back into the wireline game

Nokia announced today that it will purchase Alcatel-Lucent (NYSE: ALU) for $16.6 billion. The deal will reestablish the European vendor's presence in the wireline space, an area that it largely left behind in recent years to solely focus on wireless.

AT&T, Cisco say security remains key concern in Internet of Things

ORLANDO, Fla.--If a recent Goldman Sachs forecast that there will be 28 billion devices connected to the Internet by 2020 comes true, AT&T and other service providers enabling these connections will have a large security challenge on their hands.

Akamai, Adobe Primetime team for server-side dynamic ad insertion

LAS VEGAS--Multiscreen provider Adobe Primetime and content delivery network provider Akamai are taking their OTT collaboration a step further with the introduction of a server-side dynamic ad insertion offering. The providers say it will boost reliability and offer the ability to scale massively.

Wowza adds live streaming to cloud services package

LAS VEGAS--Online video streaming services provider Wowza is targeting value-conscious providers with its latest cloud-based streaming solution. Wowza Streaming Cloud and the pro version of its Streaming Engine software will give companies of all sizes an economical entry point to provide live streaming to their audiences.

Reports: Nokia could sell HERE mapping biz, might use funds for Alcatel-Lucent bid

Nokia is considering selling its HERE mapping unit to focus more on wireless network gear, according to multiple reports.