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With an eye toward 5G, IoT and network software, Reliance buys Radisys

India-based conglomerate Reliance Industries, parent company of Indian telecom market disruptor Reliance Jio, has agreed to buy U.S.-based telecom software and hardware company Radisys for $1.72 per share in cash. Akash Ambani, Director of Reliance Jio, said in a statement that the acquisition "further accelerates...

Amdocs stock hits new 52-week-high

Amdocs' stock hit a new 52-week-high on July 30 after the company reported fiscal third-quarter financial results that topped Wall Street expectations. The software and services provider saw shares climb to $61.46 on July 30 before closing up 3.1 percent at $58.22. Overall, shares are...

Park-cleaning robot wins TM Forum Hackathon

Smart city initiatives focus at annual software showcase NICE, France – As the "Internet of Things" revolution picks up and previously static objects are given intelligence, smart cities appear poised to push broad quality-of-life improvements in connected urban areas. This trend was reinforced at TM Forum...

Video: TM Forum Live editorial recap, day 3

NICE, France – RCR Wireless News editorial team members provide a video recap of news coming out of the TM Forum Live telecom software exhibition. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGI0wGMpgp8&feature=youtu.be TM Forum is an industry trade association that brings together communications service providers and vendors to discuss the latest in...

Video: TM Forum Live editorial recap, day 2

NICE, France – RCR Wireless News editorial team members provide a video recap of news coming out of the TM Forum Live telecom software exhibition. https://youtu.be/kbWNWDvbnCQ TM Forum is an industry trade association that brings together communications service providers and vendors to discuss the latest in...

Is calling customer service a thing of the past?

NFV’s ambition of zero touch could sound death knell for the customer call center NICE, France – Business travelers know that activating international voice, text and data can be a frustrating – and expensive – process marked by protracted interactions with customer service reps. But it doesn’t...

#MWC15: Ericsson debuts new cloud platform

Ericsson integrates legacy system with open cloud stack; focus on security, governance BARCELONA, Spain – Ericsson debuted its HDS 8000 cloud platform designed for data center and telecom deployment at Mobile World Congress 2015. Jason Hoffman, head of cloud technologies for Ericsson's Product Area Cloud, said...

Telecom software growth an opportunity, challenge for workforce

Software QA and testing company A1QA provides workforce insight Software is increasingly becoming an integral part of modern telecom equipment, which has put a greater emphasis on companies finding qualified employees to keep up with this growing demand. Svetlana Pravdina, CEO at software quality assurance and...

#TBT: Battle over 3G; American Tower shoots for 10,000 … 16 years ago this week

Editor’s Note: RCR Wireless News goes all in for “Throwback Thursdays,” tapping into our archives to resuscitate the top headlines from the past. Fire up the time machine, put on the sepia-tinted shades, set the date for #TBT and enjoy the memories! Bell Atlantic to...

Ericsson’s $1.2B cost reduction plan to include job cuts

Telecom infrastructure giant Ericsson announced plans to cut $1.2 billion in costs by 2017 in a move that is also expected to include an unspecified number of job cuts. Speaking at the company’s Capital Markets Day in Stockholm, Ericsson President and CEO Hans Vestberg explained...

Editorial Webinar: Test and Measurement Series: Service Assurance

Service assurance has been an ongoing struggle for wireless carriers as they look to balance their spectrum and network assets with growing consumer demand. Advances in software have become the latest tools use by mobile operators, including the move towards virtualization in order to...

Reader Forum: Making the mobile network fly (Pt. I: The magical, invisible network)

Editor’s Note: In an attempt to broaden our interaction with our readers we have created this Reader Forum for those with something meaningful to say to the wireless industry. We want to keep this as open as possible, but we maintain some editorial control...

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