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Infinera Goes Live
News Analysis  | 
1/31/2005  |  28 comments
The startup's WDM systems are already carrying live traffic, albeit with a relatively small ISP
Execs Explain SBC, AT&T Pairing
News Analysis  | 
1/31/2005  |  26 comments
Megamerger gives AT&T new life and improves SBC’s enterprise outlook
Marconi Hitches a Ride With Huawei
News Analysis  | 
1/31/2005  |  2 comments
Chinese vendor finds another route into Europe, while Marconi can piggyback Huawei's wireless growth
SBC/AT&T Cheat Sheet
The Philter  | 
1/31/2005  |  1 comment
Radware Racks Up Record Q4
News Analysis  | 
1/31/2005  |  Post a comment
Hardware sales and a ramp-up in services have driven Radware's Q4 and 2004 results
O2 Breaks Cover on IMS
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
1/31/2005  |  Post a comment
Operator’s CTO reveals plans to deploy IP Multimedia Subsystem technology
Neuf: Time Is Right for IPTV
News Analysis  | 
1/31/2005  |  72 comments
French alternative operator, gung-ho for IPTV, is holding off on VOD, basing its service plans on Huawei and Cisco
SBC to Buy AT&T for $16B
News Analysis  | 
1/31/2005  |  1 comment
The big carriers are taking the plunge in a $16 billion deal not set to close until next year
SBC to Buy AT&T for $16B
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
1/31/2005  |  Post a comment
The big carriers are taking the plunge in a $16 billion deal set to close next year
Starent Zapps Into Europe
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
1/31/2005  |  Post a comment
Wireless router startup announces first regional win
I'm Not Knocking This
The Philter  | 
1/28/2005  |  Post a comment
Security Bugs Bite Juniper, Cisco
News Analysis  | 
1/28/2005  |  4 comments
A Junos vulnerability forces emergency carrier upgrades; meanwhile, Cisco finds three more IOS glitches
Video Portability to Become Key Issue for MSOs
BroadBananas  | 
1/28/2005  |  Post a comment
Cable operators make their living as video content distributors and based on the action at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) earlier this month, MSOs will soon need to grapple with a critical emerging issue: portability of that content.
Verizon Makes Microsoft Video King
News Analysis  | 
1/28/2005  |  1 comment
Microsoft continues its clean sweep of major N. American carriers as it scores a video software infrastructure deal
Cash 'n' Carry
Column  | 
1/28/2005  |  4 comments
When the fat cats get bored, the bored go shopping
802.11 Switches Stand Ground
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
1/28/2005  |  Post a comment
Unstrung Insider expects WLAN switch market to resist pricing pressure in 2005
Sources: Juniper Eyeing Trapeze
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
1/28/2005  |  Post a comment
What color is Trapeze's parachute? And what color are Aruba's knickers? All might be revealed
SBC/AT&T: Possible Winners & Losers
News Analysis  | 
1/28/2005  |  17 comments
If SBC buys AT&T it would alter the fortunes of several telecom equipment players in 2005
Competition Trumps Demand in Euro IPTV
News Analysis  | 
1/28/2005  |  Post a comment
Incumbents like Sweden's Telia are launching broadband TV services, but only when faced by a competitive threat
Verizon Phones in Solid Results
News Analysis  | 
1/27/2005  |  Post a comment
Growth in wireless and data services prop up flat wireline revenues
Nortel Moneyheads Step Aside
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
1/27/2005  |  Post a comment
CFO Kerr and Controller Pahapill, part of Nortel's fiscal cleanup crew, now make way for more permanent officers
Nortel CFO, Controller Step Aside
News Analysis  | 
1/27/2005  |  1 comment
CFO Kerr and Controller Pahapill, part of Nortel's fiscal cleanup crew, now make way for more permanent officers
ATCA Needs Platform Thinking
News Analysis  | 
1/27/2005  |  10 comments
The ATCA standard can best succeed if it's a piece of a larger industry shift, according to an LR Live keynoter
Bundle This!
The Philter  | 
1/27/2005  |  Post a comment
SBC/AT&T Could Ignite M&A Frenzy
News Analysis  | 
1/27/2005  |  Post a comment
SBC and AT&T are reportedly in merger talks, and analysts say a combination would set off a consolidation wave
Call the Plumber!
The Philter  | 
1/27/2005  |  Post a comment
Networks Shine at Nokia
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
1/27/2005  |  Post a comment
Finnish vendor’s infrastructure division reports 12% rise in Q4 sales
The Price is Right for Enterprise Wireless
LR Mobile Column  | 
1/27/2005  |  Post a comment
The Price is Right for Enterprise Wireless
Wireless LAN switch products will continue to warrant a modest premium over less sophisticated, standalone APs through 2005
Redback Rallies on Q4
News Analysis  | 
1/27/2005  |  Post a comment
After a weak-kneed Q3, Redback finds its legs on the strength of its next-gen edge router business
JDSU's Q2 Points Downhill
News Analysis  | 
1/27/2005  |  4 comments
After reporting a disappointing $180M in revenues, officials say Q3 numbers will be even worse
Paris Presents Blurred TV Picture
News Analysis  | 
1/27/2005  |  2 comments
TV-over-DSL conference transmits confusing signals to carriers
Broadcom's Got a Switch Killer
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
1/26/2005  |  Post a comment
The wireless LAN switch is dead! Long live wireless LAN switching!
SBC Puts on a Happy Face
News Analysis  | 
1/26/2005  |  Post a comment
As its wireline business shrinks, the company keeps a bright outlook
WiMax: Show & Tell
News Analysis  | 
1/26/2005  |  Post a comment
More than 200 radio heads cozy up at Unstrung's first ever 802.16 event
Mindspeed Counting on VOIP
News Analysis  | 
1/26/2005  |  Post a comment
Mindspeed is trimming costs and zeroing in on a promising VOIP equipment market in an effort to reach profitability
Carrier Access Hunkers Down in Q4
News Analysis  | 
1/26/2005  |  Post a comment
Wireless mergers make for a rocky Q4, with revenues and profits down. Executives predict better things ahead
WiMax: Show & Tell
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
1/26/2005  |  Post a comment
More than 200 radio heads cozy up at Unstrung's first ever 802.16 event
Singapore Nationalizes CISCO
News Analysis  | 
1/26/2005  |  Post a comment
CISCO is spinning off as a separate company, but it will still be owned by the Singapore government
Revamped RCN Means Business
News Analysis  | 
1/26/2005  |  Post a comment
Restructured MSO says it will challenge telecom carriers on their own turf
BellSouth's Earth Is Flat
News Analysis  | 
1/25/2005  |  1 comment
Video services would help the carrier, but right now, access lines are shrinking and VOIP competition is rife
Tellabs, Adtran: Earnings Mixed Bag
News Analysis  | 
1/25/2005  |  Post a comment
The two vendors have big year-to-year revenue growth, but profitability and forecasts are mixed
Nortel Confirms LG Deal
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
1/25/2005  |  Post a comment
Finally announces details of Korean infrastructure joint venture
Micro MSPPs Are Big
News Analysis  | 
1/25/2005  |  35 comments
Micro MSPPs are coming of age as carriers require more diverse and intelligent switching at the network's edge
Finisar Buys a Bit of Infineon
News Analysis  | 
1/25/2005  |  Post a comment
The deal's back on, but now Finisar is buying only part of Infineon's fiber optics business in a deal worth $48 million
Cisco IOS Hole Points to VOIP Threat
News Analysis  | 
1/24/2005  |  4 comments
Cisco's latest software vulnerability underscores the potential security problems of VOIP networks
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