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Cricket's First LTE Market Coming Soon
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
10/31/2011  |  2 comments
Cricket Communications says it is on track with its LTE deployment plans and will cover 25 million POPs by the end of 2012
TW Cable Puts Android in the Picture
The Bauminator  | 
10/31/2011  |  3 comments
5:10 PM But the latest tablet play won't stream live TV channels until after the MSO chomps on Google's Ice Cream Sandwich in early 2012
Sprint's Bob Azzi Talks LTE-Advanced
LRTV Interviews  | 
10/31/2011  |  2 comments
Sprint's Bob Azzi says the operator's plans for LTE-Advanced in 2013 center on increased speeds and a better overall experience for consumers
Kudelski Sets 9% Layoff
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
10/31/2011  |  1 comment
Swiss video security specialist will reduce its workforce by 270 as it looks to trim costs by $103M and tighten focus on Web TV tech
India Targets Its Data Bottleneck
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes  | 
10/31/2011  |  Post a comment
India presents a wide range of opportunities to telecom service providers and their technology suppliers
HTC Shuns Cheap Phones
Que Sera Sarah  | 
10/31/2011  |  4 comments
12:35 PM -- Coming off a quarter with 93% growth in smartphones, HTC says it doesn't plan to aggressively target the lowest end of the market too
AT&T Readies Its First LTE Phones
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
10/31/2011  |  12 comments
HTC Vivid and Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket will be available on Nov. 6, at which time the carrier will have LTE live in nine cities
Ciena Goes Terabit
Craig's A-List  | 
10/31/2011  |  29 comments
11:00 AM Running 1Tbit/s isn't pretty yet, and that's part of the fun
Moto Mobility Braces for Layoffs
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
10/31/2011  |  6 comments
Also: YouTube is going pro; new Google TV hardware is coming in 2012; Internap connects with Concurrent; Coinstar raises Redbox rates
Steely Neelie Cracks Spectrum Whip
Wireless Bits  | 
10/31/2011  |  1 comment
8:30 AM European Commission's new spectrum policy is closer to reality
MobiTV Offers TV Everywhere
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
10/31/2011  |  3 comments
MobiTV President Paul Scanlon believes its experience with live TV and major mobile operators will give it an edge in the pay-TV world
Honorable Mentions: Oct. 31
Matt's Mentions  | 
10/31/2011  |  Post a comment
This week's top telecom stories, as chosen by the readers of Matt's Mentions
Euronews: BT Speeds Up FTTX Rollout
News Analysis  | 
10/31/2011  |  1 comment
In today's EMEA roundup: BT feels bullish about its fiber access rollout, while billionaire reportedly making a move on Irish incumbent
Google TV's Refresh
The Bauminator  | 
10/28/2011  |  7 comments
3:30 PM Is it too late for Google to right the wrongs that graced its first integrated TV play?
Five TelcoTV Takeaways
Rewired  | 
10/28/2011  |  4 comments
2:45 PM OTT, sports programming, and multi-screen all were hot topics at this year's event
Ericsson Builds Efficiencies for LTE
LRTV Interviews  | 
10/28/2011  |  Post a comment
Ericsson's global CMO outlines the infrastructure vendor's biggest priorities today: mobile broadband, OSS/BSS, managed services and -- of course -- making money
OS Watch: Samsung Scores on Smartphones
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
10/28/2011  |  Post a comment
Also: Android takes a beating as Sprint claims it's too chatty, Nokia says it's too fragmented, and its update process leaves handsets behind
FCC Greenlights USF Reform
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
10/28/2011  |  4 comments
Also: MobiTV serves up TV Everywhere platform; Harmonic beats the street; Verizon tops ISP survey; Netflix gets another beatdown
Cablevision Profits, Video Subs Shrink in Q3
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
10/28/2011  |  1 comment
But revenues rise 8% thanks in part to the MSO's recent acquisition of Bresnan Communications
Clearwire & Sprint to Extend Wholesale Deal?
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
10/28/2011  |  2 comments
Now that the pair have buried the 4G hatchet, the partners are reportedly ready to extend their wholesale deal for up to five years
Operators Cheer Rise of Mobile Social Networks in LatAm
Research Rewind  | 
10/28/2011  |  Post a comment
This week: Mobile social networks in Latin America; LTE baseband, RF and application processors; Huawei on network traffic; Google Wallet
Euronews: Ericsson Appoints New EVP
News Analysis  | 
10/28/2011  |  Post a comment
In today's EMEA roundup: Change at top for Swedish vendor; Q3 gloom for Belgacom; Facebook points its sledge toward Lapland
Moto Ships 4.8M Smartphones Amid Q3 Losses
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
10/27/2011  |  Post a comment
Moto's smartphone shipments were up slightly since last year as the company awaits approval for its merger with Google
Thailand's Floods Will Affect Optical Sales
News Analysis  | 
10/27/2011  |  1 comment
Flooding at Fabrinet is going to cause problems for the optical components companies that rely on its manufacturing services
Jeff Baumgarter: TelcoTV 2011
LRTV Soundbites  | 
10/27/2011  |  Post a comment
Sprint's Move to Advance Its Network Vision
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
10/27/2011  |  Post a comment
LTE-Advanced deployment now should cut down on future truck rolls and will offer users 12Mbit/s to 15Mbit/s downloads to compatible tablets in 2013
Wave Goodbye to Free Wi-Fi
Que Sera Sarah  | 
10/27/2011  |  16 comments
2:40 PM Wireless operators charging for Wi-Fi and counting usage against data caps could be inevitable, says one offload vendor
TW Cable Navigates TV in the Cloud
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
10/27/2011  |  2 comments
The MSO is deploying a fancier, cloud-based navigation system that taps into a set-top's IP Docsis connection
DirecTV Pipes Live TV to iPads
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
10/27/2011  |  Post a comment
Also: Virgin touts TiVo; Verivue scores at UPC; Arris CMTS/edge QAM router enters MSO lab; BigBand plays up targeted IPTV ads
Small Cells Take a Big Step Forward
Que Sera Sarah  | 
10/27/2011  |  Post a comment
All the wireless operators are hip to the HetNet as they plan LTE deployments that include small cells and require more spectrum
TW Cable Sheds Video and Voice Subs
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
10/27/2011  |  Post a comment
MSO also misses the mark on revenues and earnings while business services remain a bright spot
Euronews: Sony Buys Ericsson Out of Handsets
News Analysis  | 
10/27/2011  |  1 comment
In today's roundup: Sony Ericsson loses the 'Ericsson'; France Telecom's revenues slip; Nokia shares rise in wake of awesome!!! launch
4G World 2011: Scenes from the Show Floor
Slide Shows  | 
10/27/2011  |  2 comments
Picture this: LTE, small cells and wall-to-wall backhaul
Jeff Baumgarter: SCTE 2011
LRTV Soundbites  | 
10/27/2011  |  Post a comment
Ericsson: Coming Up for AIR in 2012
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
10/26/2011  |  Post a comment
Ericsson expects its new shrunken network radios to be deployed by operators in Europe in Q1 and arrive stateside by Q3 next year
BelAir Racks Up Cable Wins
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
10/26/2011  |  1 comment
BelAir bolsters its standing with MSOs in the Wi-Fi space with gear in place at Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Cablevision
Verizon's Over-the-Top Home Control
News Analysis  | 
10/26/2011  |  Post a comment
Telco intends to sell its new 'broadband-agnostic' home-monitoring service outside of its DSL and fiber footprint starting in 2012
MetroPCS Preps to Bring LTE for All
LRTV Interviews  | 
10/26/2011  |  Post a comment
MetroPCS is beefing up its backhaul, actively seeking spectrum and looking for lower-cost Android smartphones as it prepares to complete its LTE deployment by mid-2012
TelcoTV 2011: Photos From New Orleans
Slide Shows  | 
10/26/2011  |  1 comment
Here are a few pics from the TelcoTV 10-year anniversary mixer and the Monday afternoon keynote presentations
Sprint & Clearwire Bury LTE Hatchet
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
10/26/2011  |  Post a comment
Sprint CEO Dan Hesse says that the carrier is working towards a commercial LTE agreement with Clearwire
ESPN: No Regrets About 3DTV Tilt
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
10/26/2011  |  9 comments
ESPN thinks it made the right call when it was among the first networks to make an aggressive push into the world of 3DTV
Calix's Carl Russo: Focus on the Customer
News Analysis  | 
10/26/2011  |  Post a comment
Providing many, billable, IP-based services could help service providers reclaim some value in consumers' lives, says Calix CEO Carl Russo
Verizon's Eric Bruno: The Borderless Lifestyle
LRTV Documentaries  | 
10/26/2011  |  1 comment
Eric Bruno describes how Verizon is endeavoring to make everything its customers want or need to do easier and more convenient, thanks to Internet-connected devices
Netflix Is Still the Video-Streaming King
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
10/26/2011  |  Post a comment
Also: Apple TV rumors swirl; AT&T's wireless receiver has a price; Cablevision adds click-to-call; Fox extends its TV pay-wall
Hope for Nokia's Next Billion
Que Sera Sarah  | 
10/26/2011  |  Post a comment
Alongside its Windows Phone smartphones, Nokia unveiled a line of mid-tier handsets aimed at the Internet's next billion consumers
Nokia Ships First Windows Phone to Europe
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
10/26/2011  |  2 comments
The Lumia 800 Windows Phone-based smartphone shines on Europe next month. Did we mention it 'looks awesome'?
Euronews: Nokia Unveils Windows Phones
News Analysis  | 
10/26/2011  |  Post a comment
In today's EMEA roundup: Nokia World sees the debut of the vendor's make-or-break smartphones, while there's anti-trust trouble in Iberia
AT&T's Weber: Don't Overlook the Video Basics
News Analysis  | 
10/25/2011  |  Post a comment
TV Everywhere and video apps are fun and sexy, but they won't amount to a hill of beans if they aren't backed up by a strong core video service
Nokia Has to Rock Its World
Wireless Bits  | 
10/25/2011  |  1 comment
6:20 PM Whatever it does tomorrow at Nokia World, it just has to be good
EchoStar Sets Sights on a Network DVR
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
10/25/2011  |  5 comments
Tech company will follow Cablevision's lead with an nDVR that will be delivered to its first service provider customer by year's end
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