News highlights – 28 February

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News highlights for 28 February

People walk past the main entrance of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain February 24, 2017. REUTERS/Albert Gea

Everything you need to know about Day Three at #MWC17

News includes: Huawei and Vodafone demo cellular V2X at Barcelona race track; Comptel collaborates with Salesforce on customer engagement solution; Deutsche Telekom taps Mycom OSI for Ethernet VPL service assurance; Sonus adds LTE Calling to mobility suite;  ZTE and Intel in IoT cooperation pact, via our sister publication Disruptive.Asia. Read more…

Snap has been working on drones, for overhead video?

(Reuters) – Snapchat’s owner Snap Inc has worked on a drone that could help users take overhead videos and photographs and then feed that visual data to the company, the New York Times reported on Tuesday. Read more…

Amazon S3 outage causes trouble across the internet

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Web users experienced widespread glitches on Tuesday, from news sites to government services, after Amazon.com Inc’s popular cloud service that hosts their data suffered a technical disruption. Read more…

Collaboration to standardise APIs get serious, industry focuses

AT&T, Orange, and Colt Technology Services announced that they are working with MEF and TM Forum to release the first set of standard APIs for orchestrated Carrier Ethernet services later this year. Read more…

Apple says it spent $450 billion with US suppliers

CUPERTINO, Calif. (Reuters) – Apple spent roughly $50 billion last year at U.S.-based suppliers including 3M and Corning, Chief Executive Tim Cook said on Tuesday, stressing the iPhone-maker’s commitment to U.S. manufacturing. Read more…

Intelsat merges with Softbank backed OneWeb

(Reuters) – OneWeb Ltd, a U.S. satellite startup backed by Japan’s SoftBank Group Corp, and debt-laden satellite operator Intelsat SA agreed to merge in a share-for-share deal on Tuesday. OneWeb is among a handful of startups planning to build, launch and operate thousands of small satellites to provide internet access worldwide. Read more…

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