Super Cali goes ballistic, net neutrality hopeless? Even Ajit Pai’s gloating is something quite atrocious

US govt’s legal challenge halts rollout of internet safeguards
The US state of California has agreed to put its controversial net neutrality law on hold pending a legal challenge against it from the federal government.…

What can I say about this 5G elixir? Try it on steaks! Cleans nylons! It’s made for the home! The office! On fruits!

Yeah, everyone’s getting fed up with next-gen wireless hype
Once in a generation, a technology comes along that changes everything: how we work, communicate, trade, live.…

Nokia layoffs possible, Broadcom waves new network silicon, Arista goes 400G and more

The week in networking
Roundup Nokia is sharpening the axe again, looking for €700m in savings after turning in net sales of €5.45bn for Q3 2018, and a net loss of €54m, in what president and CEO Rajeev Suri said was a solid result.…

Openreach hacks full-fibre broadband prices for developers… Property developers, that is

Sorry, programmers. No bowel-moving discounts for you
BT’s Openreach has said it is dropping the price of installing fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) broadband by around three-quarters as the race to install high-speed internet connections across the UK co…