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Phil & Scott Podcast: Part I
LRTV Soundbites  | 
1/29/2010  |  Post a comment
LTE Watch: Size Matters
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
1/29/2010  |  10 comments
Bigger channels equal more bandwidth in this week's LTE roundup
Cable ITV Watch: Mixed Signals for 3DTV
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
1/29/2010  |  Post a comment
Comcast sorta thinks 3DTV's a winner, TiVo swallows a 'poison pill' provision, Concurrent's three-screen play gets some lift, and more
Mobile Phone Sales Bounce Back
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
1/29/2010  |  Post a comment
Manufacturers shipped 15% more in Q4 2009 than in Q3, market research firm claims
The iPad Consumer
The Philter  | 
1/29/2010  |  12 comments
4:00 PM Some folks are frustrated that the new Apple tablet computer doesn't do enough. They may be trying too hard
Tejas Preps Managed Services Launch
News Analysis  | 
1/29/2010  |  Post a comment
Indian optical player is looking for an opportunity to launch itself into the managed services market, and is hinting at an IPO
Inside a Clearwire Cabinet
Kaps Korner  | 
1/29/2010  |  1 comment
9:00 AM Take a home video look at the underpinnings of Clearwire's nascent national wireless broadband network
Broadcom Founder Goes Free
News Analysis  | 
1/29/2010  |  2 comments
The criminal drug case against Henry Nicholas is thrown out, completing a shutout defeat for federal prosecutors
Comcast: NBCU Deal Won't Kill Web TV Players
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
1/29/2010  |  Post a comment
Companies claim their combined share of the online video pie is tiny and poses little threat to Internet TV rivals and emerging wannabees
Taking the Pulse of a Broadband Stimulus Winner
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
1/29/2010  |  Post a comment
Using patented technology from cable veterans, Pulse promises cost-effective FTTH for rural electrical cooperatives
AlcaLu CEO Ben Verwaayen, Part III
LRTV Interviews  | 
1/29/2010  |  Post a comment
Cisco Switching Exec Joins Broadcom
News Analysis  | 
1/28/2010  |  3 comments
A long way from Xros and the all-optical days, Rajiv Ramaswami is now headed for Broadcom's enterprise division
2K for D3 in Q4
The Bauminator  | 
1/28/2010  |  Post a comment
5:05 PM Time Warner Cable's wideband rollout isn't setting the Big Apple on fire
Apple's iPad: Unlocking the 3G Myth
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
1/28/2010  |  11 comments
The Apple iPad may be 'unlocked,' but that doesn't mean that consumers have much of a choice of providers in the US
NSN Lays LTE Groundwork
EuroBlog  | 
1/28/2010  |  Post a comment
1:20 PM Nokia Siemens is laying the ground for future LTE growth
AT&T to Spend $2B More on Wireless in 2010
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
1/28/2010  |  2 comments
The operator will put up to $19 billion into capex in 2010, and its top priority is wireless
Time Warner Cable Hits WiMax Accelerator
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
1/28/2010  |  2 comments
TWC is bullish on WiMax data services, but on the fence about adding a voice component amid a glut of mobile phone competition
iPad Aftermath
Contentinople  | 
1/28/2010  |  Post a comment
11:45 AM Critics question the iPad's name, among other things
AT&T Wireline: Shifting the Mix
News Analysis  | 
1/28/2010  |  Post a comment
AT&T's business moves toward wireless, data, and managed services, but it's seeing growth in IP business connections and U-verse
Let Them Aviat
Wireless Bits  | 
1/28/2010  |  Post a comment
11:00 AM Harris Stratex changes its name
Verizon, Accenture Tap SAP App Gap
News Analysis  | 
1/28/2010  |  Post a comment
New hosted service offers management of SAP applications for mid-sized enterprises on a global basis
Nokia Siemens Shrinks 18% in 2009
News Analysis  | 
1/28/2010  |  Post a comment
Vendor reports dramatic drop in full year revenues, but ends year with a quarterly operating profit and with some optimism for 2010
Stokin' Up Mobile Data Offload
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
1/28/2010  |  Post a comment
Stoke's mobile data offload product aims to alleviate the capacity crunch in mobile operators' core data networks
Au Revoir, Thomson – Bonjour, Technicolor
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
1/28/2010  |  6 comments
French vendor Thomson changes its name to Technicolor as it prepares to exit its restructuring program
'Larry Ellison Just Doesn't Get It'
News Analysis  | 
1/28/2010  |  7 comments
Actually, his rant against the 'cloud computing' term has some merit
Comcast Gets Its IPv6 On
The Bauminator  | 
1/27/2010  |  Post a comment
10:50 PM MSO says it plans to conduct as many as four 'production-network trials' of IPv6 in Q2 and Q3 of 2010
iPad's Buddy: Cablevision?
The Bauminator  | 
1/27/2010  |  Post a comment
5:00 PM Is Cablevision's WiFi network ready for Apple's new magical gizmo?
Time Warner Cable to Shut Down Nat'l Division
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
1/27/2010  |  Post a comment
MSO will start the process in about 90 days, noting that the decision will hit about 100 management positions and 250 customer care jobs in Colorado
Will the Apple iPad Crush 3G Networks?
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
1/27/2010  |  13 comments
The tablet could suck down more data than a smartphone, piling the pressure on 3G networks
Oracle/Sun Expresses Telco Ambitions
News Analysis  | 
1/27/2010  |  2 comments
As Oracle declares its plans for Sun, telecom gets called out as a key market where the synergies can really kick in
Haggis Profiling Continues
Monkey Bidness  | 
1/27/2010  |  2 comments
3:00 PM Offal news
Policy Watch: Stimulating Rural America
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
1/27/2010  |  Post a comment
The telcos, not cable, grab some stimulus cash, Comcast-NBCU deal punches the clock, and wireless carriers get pressed about early termination fees
Scenes From the Apple iPad Launch
Slide Shows  | 
1/27/2010  |  6 comments
Apple's new multimedia tablet computer gives consumers another bandwidth-sucking device designed for video consumption
Gadget Watch: Now 85% iPad Free!
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
1/27/2010  |  Post a comment
A roundup of what else is happening on the device scene this week
Apple iPad Unveiled
Jonestown  | 
1/27/2010  |  3 comments
1:50 PM Still waiting for news on wireless connectivity options
Major Outsourcing Up for Grabs
AsiaBlog  | 
1/27/2010  |  Post a comment
11:50 AM In India, two $1 billion outsourcing deals are on the table
Apple Tablet's Big Day
Contentinople  | 
1/27/2010  |  1 comment
11:15 AM Rumors continue to pop up, but it won't be long until we get the real story
Verizon FiOS Plugs In Internet Radio
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
1/27/2010  |  4 comments
Thanks to a Clear Channel hook-up, Verizon gives FiOS TV and Internet subs access to hundreds of Internet radio stations
The Confusing World of LTE Speeds
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
1/27/2010  |  5 comments
Analysts and test firm now say TeliaSonera is getting 25 Mbit/s or more for downloads on the world's first LTE network
Cloud Watch: Piercing the Hype
News Analysis  | 
1/27/2010  |  Post a comment
Service provider interviews don't yet reflect the rosy forecast numbers; meanwhile, the products and partnerships continue to roll
FT's CEO Under Pressure
EuroBlog  | 
1/27/2010  |  Post a comment
8:10 AM Will Didier Lombard relinquish the top post at France Telecom sooner rather than later?
Nortel Sharpens Avaya's SME Focus in India
News Analysis  | 
1/27/2010  |  Post a comment
Nortel's channel presence will help the 'New Avaya' attack the SME sector in India, says managing director
AlcaLu CEO Ben Verwaayen, Part II
LRTV Interviews  | 
1/27/2010  |  Post a comment
Backhaul Timing: Anything But Synchronized
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes  | 
1/26/2010  |  12 comments
Deploying packet backhaul at the cell site opens up a whole range of new options for network synchronization
A 'BOLD' Move
The Bauminator  | 
1/26/2010  |  Post a comment
5:05 PM Jones/NCTI and partners give at-risk kids a shot at becoming cable techs and earning some college credits
Comcast-NBCU: More Than a Pipe Dream?
The Cable Pipeline  | 
1/26/2010  |  Post a comment
3:05 PM Why Comcast's pursuit of NBCU is good for them, consumers, and the cable industry
Apple Accounting iFAQ
LR Mobile Column  | 
1/26/2010  |  Post a comment
Really? An iPhone is a service?
Comcast Lights Up DTA Encryption
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
1/26/2010  |  Post a comment
MSO confirms that channel zappers serving customers in Portland and Seattle are its first to have content protection activated
Verizon Wireline Job Cuts Drag on Q4
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
1/26/2010  |  Post a comment
Verizon posts $653 million net loss, even as Verizon Wireless adds 2.2 million new mobile subscribers
FiOS: No Longer a High Flyer?
Rewired  | 
1/26/2010  |  7 comments
10:25 AM Are economic woes prompting Verizon to adopt a more conservative approach to selling FiOS?
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