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Malawi's natioanal carrier seeks partner for fiber-optic network

The Southern African country is looking for international players who can help develop the cable system

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Bare-metal switches poised to take off in data centers

By 2019, more than one-quarter of all switch ports sold will be on open switches

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Net neutrality: Is it really regulation of the Internet?

The new rules regulate the last-mile transmission portion of the Internet, but leave Web content alone

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Net neutrality rules: Separating fact from hype

Did 4 million people support the new rules? Will the regulations deter investment?

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Wireless router from Huawei hints at new ways to speed up LTE

The company is using the 3.5GHz band to offer speeds at up to 220Mbps with LTE-Advanced

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Huawei leads new efforts to develop cable infrastructure in Africa

The West Africa Cable System (WACS) Consortium will be upgrading the fiber cable

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Huawei multiplies partnerships with software and service providers

Huawei Technologies is busy partnering with companies in Europe and elsewhere to grow its enterprise hardware business

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T-Mobile CEO 'fairly confident' net neutrality won't kill Music Freedom

John Legere says he thinks the music streaming feature is fine under the new net neutrality rules.

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Feds fine Verizon $3.4 million over 911 service outage issues

750,000 California residents were unable to call 911 during an outage last year, the FCC said

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Google Cloud and a Chromebook might be your next contact center

Avaya and Google have joined hands to help mid-sized companies give customer service

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5G faces technical, political hurdles on the way to offering multigigabit speeds

The next-generation technology has to be developed in a more inclusive way than in the past

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Unify adds connectors, features, Android app to its unified comms service Circuit

Since its demo at last year's Cebit, Circuit has become a real service, changed its name and picked up some paying customers

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Networking's open at last. Now what?

Open-source hardware and software provide new options, but most enterprises won't use them for years