The Portuguese vendor topped the Frost & Sullivan rankings again, but the extent of their market share is not improving.
Did you miss a big story? Here are the 10 Commsrisk articles which received most attention during November.
US officials spoke about the danger of using Chinese-sourced 5G equipment to peers and execs in Germany, Italy and Japan.
Netflix has had a profound effect on network usage, whilst video game downloads consume a growing share of bandwidth. Piracy remains significant, and is now fueled by sporting events.
For 30 months internet traffic sent from Los Angeles to Washington DC was routed via autonomous systems in China.
Did you miss a big story? These were the most popular Commsrisk articles during October.
Some research you have never heard of, but which somebody is paying for, illustrates why you should not believe everything you read.
More people are using RAG Jobs to recruit specialists or to find their next career opportunity.
Here is the rundown of the most popular Commsrisk articles during September. The biggest story concerned a vendor tarnishing their reputation by spreading misinformation.
Axel Voss MEP persuaded the European Parliament to add to the long track record of terrible EU decisions about the management of the internet.