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How Verizon’s $9bn media bet became virtually worthless | Financial Times
“The peak was two years ago,” said Ken Doctor, analyst at Newsonomics. “Verizon showed poor judgment in buying Yahoo when it did. If Mic was a whimper, the Oath announcement is the bang.”
verizon  oath  yahoo  telcoasmedia  ovum 
yesterday by yorksranter
Arrest of Huawei Executive Intensifies Trade War Fears - The New York Times
couple of things: is Spalding nationalized 5G guy? also: The National Security Agency breached Huawei servers years ago in an effort to investigate its operations and its ties to Chinese security agencies and the military, and to create back doors so the National Security Agency could roam in networks around the globe wherever Huawei equipment was used.
nsa  huawei  snowden  5g  ovum  to_blog 
3 days ago by yorksranter
Orange Business Services connects cargo ships on Northern Sea Route
t also simplifies communication with contractors and port authorities, allocates a local phone number to each ship, and provides unlimited internet and video calls via the Wi-Fi network in the ship // internet of ships:-)
orange  ovum  maritime  satellite 
3 days ago by yorksranter
5G will bring all industries into the telecoms industry
the traditional composition of the telecoms industry is a company like Qualcomm, an infrastructure vendor, an operator a handset OEM and a regulator. “That was the industry. When we look at 5G,” he said, “…basically every other industry now understands how that technology will modify their business. That’s why 5G is one of the most significant transitions we’ll have.”
5g  ovum 
3 days ago by yorksranter
Reddit serving 1.4B native video views per month, up 40% over past 2 months | FierceVideo
Reddit said that since launching hosted videos in August 2017, almost a quarter of videos posted to Reddit use the site’s native player, surpassing YouTube links
reddit  streamingvideo  CDN  ovum 
6 days ago by yorksranter
Companies fed up with crappy Wi-Fi are deploying 5G instead - MIT Technology Review
Audi believes this private 5G network, which the company would be responsible for managing, will enable it to connect manufacturing robots and other devices faster and more securely than existing Ethernet, Wi-Fi, or 4G LTE options, says Henning Löser, the head of its production lab.
5g  ovum 
10 days ago by yorksranter
AT&T’s wireless chief on 5G: ‘Early opportunities are going to be in enterprise’ | FierceWireless
“We are first where it matters most,” AT&T’s John Donovan said of the operator’s move to 5G. "The early opportunities are going to be in enterprise."

“We’re seeing a lot of demand from enterprise customers for blurring the line between what has historically been a wide area network, mobile, with a local area network, which has traditionally been wired,” he said during an AT&T analyst presentation featuring all of the company’s top leadership.
att  5g  donovan  ovum 
10 days ago by yorksranter
Nokia expects "quite an aggressive" 5G roll out in the U.S. next year
He said he expects millimeter wave launches in the first quarter, which aligns with how Verizon and AT&T are going-to-market with 5G. T-Mobile US is actively deploying its 600 MHz spectrum, although device availability won’t come until the second half of 2019. And Sprint is deploying its 2.5 GHz holdings with chipset availability expected in Q1, “so they’ll also be upfront there,” Murphy said.
5g  nokia  verizon  att  t-mo  ovum 
10 days ago by yorksranter
Deutsche Telekom and Ericsson partner to provide industry solution for OSRAM
OSRAM and Deutsche Telekom are prototyping and testing a mobile robotics solution at the OSRAM factory in Schwabmünchen. Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV) will be used to transport goods across the OSRAM shop floor in the more flexible production environment. Ericsson is the provider of the campus network system at the Schwabmünchen site. As well as being the radio partner for the surrounding public LTE coverage, Ericsson will provide the system technology for the special indoor factory coverage and the local core network as part of the dual slice solution.
ovum  lte  5g  osram  robots  iot  dtag 
17 days ago by yorksranter
Predatory Lending Practices: Business Borrowers Hurt By ’Confession of Judgment’ Filings
If you want to really steal, hit small businesses. Also, true blue NY State and NYC amirite?
newyork  debt  finance  sme  fraud  ovum 
22 days ago by yorksranter
Verizon gives some hints about how 5G Home is selling and performing | FierceWireless
Half of the customers who have subscribed to Verizon’s 5G Home service were not Verizon customers previously
verizon  5g  ovum  fwa 
22 days ago by yorksranter
The Domo S-1: Does the Emperor Have Clothes? – Kellblog
“the Domo S-1 is everything that’s wrong with Silicon Valley in one place: huge losses, weak governance, and now modest growth.”
domo  bubble2  sillyvalley  ovum 
23 days ago by yorksranter
Death by push notification
Social media notifications are incredibly pathetic and unnecessary. There's no good reason to have any social media notifications on. If someone really wants you, they will text you or message you on a chat app. Maybe they'll even call. Facebook notifications -- event invites, friend requests, trending posts -- are nothing but a sad, transparent plea to get you to open the app. I was getting about two of these begs a day, and that was two too many.
push  notifications  ovum  ux  advertising  tiresome 
23 days ago by yorksranter
Smartphone strength drives Xiaomi in Q3 - Mobile World Live
About 5% margin overall. Better than starving. But the rah rah ads bit is 10% of the biz
xiaomi  android  smartphone  ads  ovum 
23 days ago by yorksranter
Verizon CFO details 5G revenue streams: Home broadband, mobility and B2B
The B2B side is going to be far greater as you go into 5G than it is in previous generations. Because of the massive throughput, because of the low latency and a whole host of the other improvements with 5G, we think, over time, the B2B adoption of applications and technologies using 5G in ways that fundamentally changes how their business is run is a significant upside as well. So you’ve got three major revenue streams versus really only having one of those in 4G and prior technologies. And as we think about the overall 5G model, it’s based off increasing the revenue streams available to us.”
5g  ovum 
23 days ago by yorksranter
Brewhouse & Kitchen: This UK pub chain left 17,000 customer details exposed online | WIRED UK
One frequent patron of Brewhouse entered their first and last name as "GDPR GDPR", while others turned to less polite reminders of data responsibility, registering their details with vocabulary themed around feces. As childish as that may sound, they got Wi-Fi access without losing their personal details to Shodan-surfing scammers.
gdpr  privacy  dataleak  wifi  advertising  beer  ovum 
23 days ago by yorksranter
Deutsche Bank is losing relevance for German business leaders - Bloomberg
BNP Paribas SA, ING Group NV and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. have all recently announced intentions to deepen their ties with the country’s “hidden champions.” Meanwhile, Deutsche Bank’s share of the German loan market has dropped, falling to fifth place so far this year from first as recently as 2015. // oh man, look at those Frenchies go!
banking  bnpp  germany  sme  ovum  finance 
24 days ago by yorksranter
Microsoft: We've pulled buggy Outlook 2010 patches over crashes | ZDNet
While it does cause Outlook to crash too, because it resolves security issues that Microsoft considers are likely to be exploited, it does not recommend users remove the security update.

Until it has a fix, Microsoft is suggesting users try Outlook Web Access instead.
outlook  microsoft  1809  win10  ovum 
24 days ago by yorksranter
Samsung explains its success with 5G carrier deals in the U.S.
Through our deliberate strategy of focusing on markets and customers that are data-centric and bleeding-edge on the technology side, U.S. operators saw us in other markets delivering features, functionality and scale that gave them pause to say, ‘These guys…can execute in major markets and deploy at scale.'”

To that scale point, Samsung was the single network partner for Jio, which launched a greenfield LTE network in India in 2017. Samsung provided more than 1 million LTE macro and small cells, EPC/MME/SAE core solutions, LTE broadcast systems and self-organizing network analyzers and optimizers.
samsung  5g  ovum  reliancejio  28ghz 
28 days ago by yorksranter
Microsoft resumes rollout of Windows 10 version 1809, promises quality changes | ZDNet
t didn't help that last week's activation bug, which caused some Windows 10 users to suddenly appear to lose their paid-for licenses, occurred in the midst of the separate crisis over version 1809
microsoft  mwaas  win10  sme  ovum 
28 days ago by yorksranter
Business steady at Siemens after Q4 profits from digital factory jump 28%
Siemens said sales were about square for the year, at €83 billion for the 12 months ended September 30, as a stonking performance for its ‘digital factory’ IoT and automation business, among certain others, offset a decline at its ailing power and gas division.

Profit jumped 28 per cent in the fourth quarter for its digital factory business, finishing at €616 million in the quarter; its power and gas business saw a €139 millionm reverse, down from €292 million in the final quarter of 2017.
5g  ovum  siemens 
4 weeks ago by yorksranter
Nokia gets Brazilian private LTE/5G gig to power smart grid, meters, vehicles
The new network, the first private LTE network in south America for grid automation, provide connectivity for grid equipment, smart meters, substations and distributed energy generation sources throughout the service area, enabling grid automation through real-time exchange of information between these devices and Elektro’s operations centre in Campinas.
5g  nokia  lte  ovum 
4 weeks ago by yorksranter
EE lays out 5G launch strategy - Mobile World Live
EE will initially upgrade 1,500 sites, “significantly less” than 10 per cent of its current portfolio, but accounting for 25 per cent of total network demand and covering 15 per cent of the UK’s population...EE, which is aiming to be the first in the UK to launch 5G, will provide both mobile and fixed wireless access 5G in 2019, although Allera said the company is “still wrestling” with which will come to market first.
ee  5g  fwa  ovum 
4 weeks ago by yorksranter
Intel accelerates 5G ambitions - Mobile World Live
An Intel representative told Mobile World Live (MWL) customer interest in its 5G modems had heightened, leading it to take the “strategic decision” to take the wraps off the new XMM 8160 six months earlier than planned.
5g  intel  xmm  iphone  apple  ovum  chips 
4 weeks ago by yorksranter
Is there anything else like this? “Not quite.” Nokia on its Future X framework
IoT is fundamental to enabling asset-intensive industries, in segments such as transportation, energy, manufacturing and logistics, to bring the benefits of digital technology to their operations. High-performance networking is absolutely essential to providing the levels of connectivity needed for players in these industries to manage and control all of their devices, machines and processes in real-time.”
5g  ovum  nokia  iot 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
Nokia unveils Future X framework to help unlock “trillions” of IIoT dollars
The announcement comes as the Finnish outfit has also unveiled an alliance with Indian multinational Infosys to develop new IIoT solutions, and a contract with China Unicom to supply a private LTE network to a new BMW smart factory in China.
nokia  iiot  iot  5g  ovum 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
AT&T inks deal with Prevas to develop IoT services for vertical markets
Prevas also designs smart manufacturing solutions that support safer environments while optimizing operational efficiency. AT&T’s IoT technology can collect and relay performance data from connected systems designed by Prevas in near real-time. This data provides monitoring insights as well as predictive maintenance, the U.S carrier said.
prevas  att  5g  iot  ovum 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
Budget 2018: Landlords could be forced to grant access for full-fibre connections • The Register
According to the telcos, these requests for access go without replies in 25 to 40 per cent of cases, with one firm saying that in one (unnamed) city centre, 96 per cent of properties couldn’t be connected due to access issues. Virgin Media estimated it could connect two million more properties if access rights were addressed.
ftth  openreach  landlords  ovum 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
SMT Solving on an iPhone — James Bornholt
But the iPhone is incredibly competitive, falling in between the 7700K and its predecessor i7-6700K, which was the fastest consumer desktop processor until just under two years ago.

For fun, I also added the Intel Core m7-6Y75, which is the processor in my 2016 MacBook. The iPhone XS is about 50% faster than my laptop at running Z3.
gpu  performance  intel  chips  iphone  apple  arm  ovum 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
Apple's new anti-tracking feature in Safari takes toll | Digital - Ad Age
The anti-tracking feature embedded in the newest version of Apple's Safari browser is causing pain among marketers, making it harder to calculate the return-on-investment for digital ads, industry experts say. The version, released 10 weeks ago, completely prevents tracking cookies from working in the open web.
safari  advertising  privacy  apple  adblocker  excellent  ovum 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
Why WhatsApp Became a Hotbed for Rumors and Lies in Brazil | WIRED
Facebook took an interesting step in Brazil to stem the deleterious effect of WhatsApp: It limited the message-forwarding feature to 20 people, down from the previous limit of 250. That brings the limit below what’s known as Dunbar’s number, which is the number of strong social relationships a person can maintain (somewhere around 150)
whatsapp  facebook  dunbar  socialgraph  networks  ovum  to_blog 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
China smartphone shipments to fall over 10% in 4Q18, says Digitimes Research
Smartphone shipments in the China market went down 6.9% on year in the third quarter of 2018 and are expected to continue to fall by over 10% as telecom operators have reduced subsidies for the purchase of 4G models and the device replacement cycle is lengthening, according to Digitimes Research.
smartphone  china  ovum  4g 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
Cloud Spending Slowdown Looms, Suggesting Tech Boom Near Peak
Western Digital said cloud providers have spent more on storage in recent quarters than they need, for now, and a slowdown is natural. Even Intel Corp., the only large technology company to get a vote of confidence for its earnings announcement from the market Friday, agreed.
cloud  capex  ram  ovum 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
New Lower-Cost, AMD-Powered M5a and R5a EC2 Instances | AWS News Blog
General Purpose – M5a instances are designed for general purpose workloads: web servers, app servers, dev/test environments, and gaming. The M5a instances are available in 6 sizes.

Memory Optimized – R5a instances are designed for memory-intensive workloads: data mining, in-memory analytics, caching, and so forth. The R5a instances are available in 6 sizes, with lower per-GiB memory pricing in comparison to the R5 instances.
amd  amazon  cloud  ovum 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
Monday: Intel teases 48-core Xeon. Tuesday: AMD whips covers off 64-core second-gen Epyc server processor • The Register
The physical x64 core count blows away Intel's Xeon compute family, which only just set itself a high-water mark of 48 cores with Cascade Lake AP. Also, that line is still on Intel's 14nm process, whereas AMD is nudging ahead with TSMC's 7nm. AMD also claimed a single-socket Rome can match or outperform a dual-socket Intel Xeon Scalable 8180M setup, when running the ray-tracing C-Ray benchmark, at least.
ovum  chips  intel  amd 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
Oracle 'net-watcher agrees, China Telecom is a repeat offender for misdirecting traffic • The Register
In other words, having let their systems accept the route announcements, network admins failed to correct the error for up to two-and-a-half years.

Madory told The Register: "BGP routes from Verizon APAC were partially routed through China Telecom beginning in December 2015 and going until April 2018 (~2.5 years). Those routes should never have gone through China Telecom for anywhere except in China."
bgp  ovum  internet 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
Mything the point: The AI renaissance is simply expensive hardware and PR thrown at an old idea • The Register
So what happened? Why is Thompson relatively obscure, while Hassabis has Google-parent Alphabet filling his boots with cash and the BBC making eulogising documentaries? A lot of the answer comes down to timing. Back in the 1990s, AI was about as fashionable as John Major's underpants
ai  ml  fpga  computing  history  bubble2  ovum 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
Growing evidence of Fibre First roll-out from Openreach in Central London | thinkbroadband
A pattern that is repeating all too often is that flats are being bypassed, it may just be that in some cases once wayleaves are granted that they will be re-visited or worse building owners are showing no interest in retro-fitting FTTP. One interesting observation is that some premises seem to have no ADSL/ADSL2+ availability and it is fibre only,
ftth  openreach  ovum 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
Equity deal means Hyperoptic is bringing forward its target dates | thinkbroadband
Building 1.7 million premises of FTTB with £500m gives a build cost of around £294 per property which is in line with what you would expect from delivering to MDU (Multiple Dwelling Units) and explains why some European cities with much higher proportions of the population living in apartments embarked down the full fibre path previously.
hyperoptic  ftth  ovum 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
Latest BT Group results show more money going back into BDUK pot | thinkbroadband
Some may spot the Ethernet footprint in the results at 282,000 lines which is higher than the number of FTTP lines (226,000) and a quick glance at the revenue each generates just £12m for FTTP versus £180m for Ethernet could be said to support the theory that says Openreach is not keen to roll-out FTTP as it will decimate the Ethernet revenue. While it is clear that a massive FTTP roll-out will eat into the Ethernet share, what is other overlooked is that Ethernet services have very different service levels, resilience and bandwidth guarantees which are very important if when your broadband breaks you become a loss making business - so while FTTP will eat into the low end Ethernet customer base, it may in time as more of the business market adopt a digital first model actually grow. Reasons to believe this may be the case is the money CityFibre is spending which on its roll-out where the business Ethernet and dark fibre customers are key customers, with the GPON roll-out to residential and the real small business market being the icing on the cake.
ftth  openreach  bt  ovum 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
CityFibre investing £500 per home with plan to build 5 million premises of full fibre | thinkbroadband
The end result is that we may in 2025 have a few million homes with three different full fibre infrastructure operators and the other half of the country with none.
ftth  cityfibre  ovum 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
A Netflix Web Performance Case Study – Dev Channel – Medium
I was wondering when people would realise fat-arse JS frameworks were a problem
webperf  netflix  javascript  ovum 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
AMD Climbs After Saying Amazon Will Use Its Cloud Server Chips
Advanced Micro Devices Inc., Intel Corp.’s largest competitor in the market for computer processors, said Amazon.com Inc.’s cloud-computing unit is a new partner for its server chips. AMD shares gained as much as 8.8 percent on the announcement.
chips  aws  amazonwebservices  amd  ovum  datacenter 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
Microsoft Is Said to Pick Xilinx for Half of Azure Servers
Xilinx Inc., a maker of programmable chips increasingly being used in data centers, has won orders from Microsoft Corp.’s Azure cloud unit, replacing chips made by Intel Corp., according to people familiar with its plans.

Azure will use Xilinx chips as co-processors in more than half of its servers, winning business that has been an exclusive for Intel’s Altera unit, according to the people who asked not to be identified because the arrangement hasn’t been made public ye
fpga  datacentre  xilinx  microsoft  azure  cloud  ovum  chips 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
Die deutsche Industrie will ihr eigenes 5G
Wenn es wiederum nach dem Siemens-Vorstandsvorsitzenden Kaeser geht, soll in der Versteigerung ein Frequenzband von mindestens 100 Megahertz für die Industrie reserviert und nicht an ein Telekommunikationsunternehmen vergeben werden. Dieses Band könnten die Unternehmen dann nutzen, um beispielsweise Maschinen zu vernetzen oder Autos autonom fahren zu lassen.
5g  ovum  enterprise  iot  germany 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
Verizon overhauls structure in bid for 5G dominance - Mobile World Live
The unit will comprise its consumer mobile and fixed businesses along with its mobile wholesale products including MVNOs.

Similarly, the Business division will include its public and private sector enterprise offerings covering fixed and mobile. Its fixed wholesale business, telematics and fleet tracking businesses will also be bundled into the new unit. Current mobile EVP Tami Erwin will lead the division.
verizon  5g  ovum 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
Carmakers want their own 5G networks to boost driverless mobility
In response, they are increasingly looking to set up their own local 5G networks, giving them full control over the data that will be the lifeblood of their new factories.

BMW has already informed the Federal Network Agency (BNA) — which oversees use and ownership of Germany’s frequency spectrum — that it is interested in operating local 5G networks. Volkswagen and Daimler, the maker of Mercedes vehicles, have done likewise.
Not just cars

In fact, the interest in operating smaller-scale, industry-specific 5G networks goes even wider. BNA president Jochen Homann says inquiries have come in from many industrial sectors: “There’s a gold rush atmosphere about it.”
ovum  5g  privatewireless  industrial  germany 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
Boom! Just like that the eSIM market emerges – and jolly useful it is too • The Register
he UK's veteran virtual SIM pioneer Truphone was the first to break cover, providing an app to manage the eSIM
truphone  apple  esim  sim  roaming  ovum  sme 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
Supporting fibre investment: unrestricted duct and pole access, and the BCMR - Ofcom
So today, we are consulting on proposals to allow access to Openreach’s ducts and poles to companies offering any type of telecoms services including high-speed lines for large businesses, networks carrying data for mobile operators and high capacity lines supporting broadband services. We intend to implement this unrestricted duct access from spring 2019.
bcmr  openreach  ftth  ovum 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
Iliad threatens Italy with legal action over 5G spectrum extensions | Telecoms.com
The licenses in the 5G-applicable frequencies were initially granted to Linkem, Tiscali, Go Internet and Mandarin back in 2008, with the option of a six-year extension once the initial license expires in 2023.
5g  spectrum  3.5gHz  iliad  italy  ovum 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
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