Intel has acquired Rivet Networks, owner of the Killer brand and a competitor in gaming laptops.
The just-rebranded Ethernet Technology Consortium just announced the 800G Ethernet standard, and it's very fast.
Broadcom announced a series of chipsets for the new Wi-Fi 6E extension of 802.11ax that brings Wi-Fi to the 6GHz band.
Bluetooth SIG announced the "next generation of Bluetooth audio," the fittingly named LE Audio, at CES 2020.
The FCC solicited public comment on its plan to prevent wireless network providers from purchasing Huawei equipment with the Universal Service Fund.
Linksys is updating some of its mesh Wi-Fi routers with motion-sensing capabilities to power a home security system called Linksys Aware.
Microsoft announced that it's expanding its Airband Initiative with the intent of providing internet access to 40 million people by July 2022.
TP-Link announced its Archer AX50, its first router to support Wi-Fi 6 via Intel's new Wi-Fi chipset.
President Donald Trump said "we're not going to be doing business with Huawei" after China refused to buy U.S. agricultural goods.
The FCC voted to force Internet service providers to more accurately count the number of people to whom they offer broadband Internet access.
Intel has killed the Omni-Path 200 series HPC fabric, as reported by CRN, though the company will continue to support OPA100. OPA200 was supposed to launch this year.
The European Commission fined Qualcomm €242 million (roughly $271 million) for "abusing its market dominance in 3G baseband chipsets."
Cisco has acquired Acacia Communications for $2.6 billion. Acacia is its supplier of optical interconnect technologies. Cisco views the coherent optical networks market as a growth opportunity.
Sporton, a testing and certification company, partnered with Qualcomm to push 802.11ay, or 60 GHz Wi-Fi, products through the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
Amazon wants the FCC to give it the go-ahead to launch 3,236 satellites that would be used to establish a globe-spanning internet network.
Huawei reportedly accused Verizon of infringing on 238 of its patents with the hope of forcing the wireless carrier into a costly licensing agreement.