Automation hailed as key to ending leaks.
Other trends more pressing, but software defined networking will win the day
Unknown computer error stops customers making fast electronic payments.
Next generation spectrum could fetch £3.5 billion, down from £22 billion for 3G, it is claimed.
Company restructuring leads to sell-off to private equity.
Organisation that connects networking specialists direct with customers moves to heart of Europe to grow global business.
Chinese companies deny their equipment could be used for spying by Chinese government.
Version 12.3 of this monitoring software offers over 130 sensor types and a slick web interface. With no hidden costs, it's one of the best value tools on the market.
Tech coalition to trial use of long-range radio networks in 1,000 home smart meter trial.
Mobile operator claims users should see a "gradual return" of service over the course of today.
Digital broadcaster claims customers should not have to pay to watch interference-free TV once 4G arrives.
Network provider blasts Vodafone and O2 for holding up UK-wide deployment of 4G networks.
Communications minister hits out at litigiousness of network operators for holding up 4G deployments.
Most business leaders think 4G is essential for UK competitiveness, research shows.
Lords' committee told local groups may struggle to fund fibre rollouts if they can’t offer users a choice of providers.
More than two-thirds of IT departments fail to understand applications' demands on the network.
Ofcom also set to publish statement on Everything Everywhere's plans to re-use spectrum for 4G.
Speculation surrounding future of Three is "groundless" says parent company.
IT Pro spoke to Saar Gillai, vice president and CTO of HP Networking about OpenFlow and how a new era of software-defined networks could disrupt the entire networking industry.
Internet doubling every five years as well, says Cisco CTO.
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