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05-Apr-2016 19:01

He may think he knows it all lhimself, like hee knows more about foreign policy than anybody else. AT&T of course has been very public about its plans to virtualize 75% of network functions by 2020 but we also heard Vodafone Germany say it was...

Full and frank discussions about the challenges facing operators as they embark on their digital transformation journeys.

I'm even skeptical about the fiber for the original cities providing service promised, even though Google says the "pause" will not affect Google Fiber's current fiber deployments. With one of the "promises" being ready to "start a "friendly" fixed 5G trial at the end of 2016. And I agree that what happens with telecom will be relatively unimportant. I think the big challenge they face is creating strategies that ease the transition...

Execs expect initial deployments will be about fixed broadband to the home." What's going on with that or was that something... Yeah, i mean i don't think we even know who advises trump on technology and comm issues, if anybody. Also interesting to hear details of virtualization targets from some telcos.

So that marketshare is up for grabs by the agressive who have... I think the growth to which he refers is in selling cloud connectivity services to multi-nationals - from GTT's perspective, adding Hibernia's global network and subsea operations opens up a lot of new potential sales opportunities...

It does seem the two are very similar which leads to which is the easiest for customers to use compared with the selection of channels available. China's vendors can forget about the US telecom market for the next few years. AT&T will need to hire even more lawyers if it wants Time Warner. GTT CEO Rick Calder tells Light Reading -- "..companies are growing, which is very different from other recent acquisitions." That's true compared to many of the shotgun weddings we've seen. Hmm, maybe we could open an LR outpost in New Zealand?

In my hometown in HP, I still struggled to get decent OTA...Looks like lots of great speakers on important topics during the summit, I espcially like the ""re-architect" the network rather than to rebuild it from scratch" comment by one which seem to carry truth for most of the companies...