Nokia and Inria, a French national research institute dedicated to promoting 'scientific excellence in the service of technology transfer and society as a whole', announced the renewal of their joint lab for a four-year period. The announcement took place during an event celebrating the 50th anniversary of Inria with Marcus Weldon, Nokia CTO and Nokia Bell Labs President, and Antoine Petit, Inria CEO.

Read more: Nokia Bell Labs and French research lab to examine human needs in all contexts of communications

Mr. Giacomo Bruzzi, CTO at EOLO S.p.A., speaks about company's vision to become the first provider of ultra-broadband internet connectivity to rural residential subscribers in Italy by delivering 5G ready services in areas where fiber networks will not be deployed in the next years, using Intracom Telecom's WiBAS™-Connect solution.

Read more: Intracom Telecom deploys first access network at 5G speeds with its WiBAS™-Connect in Italy

US semiconductor firm Broadcom has proposed to acquire all of the outstanding shares of Qualcomm for per share consideration of $70 in cash - a transaction valued at $130 billion. The proposal was made on Nov. 6, and represents a 28 percent premium over the closing price of Qualcomm common stock on Nov. 2, the last unaffected trading day prior to media speculation of a potential transaction.

Read more: Broadcom proposes to acquire Qualcomm for $130 billion

When the top career aspiration of a Generation Z kid is to be a YouTube star, it is further evidence that increased demand for bandwidth is growing at a rapid pace. Video is king, and data centers have little choice but to be ready for higher speeds and increased stress on their networks. CommScope is substantially expanding its complete portfolio of fiber solutions needed for any and all network speeds.

Read more: Preparing for Gen Z: CommScope helps ensure all fiber is ‘YouTube-ready’

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