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Fiberlink Extends Footprint
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
2/28/2006  |  Post a comment
T-Mobile alliance a no-brainer – but is it already behind the times?
Sprint's Enterprise Challenge
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
2/28/2006  |  1 comment
Customers are dubious where enterprise mobility promises are concerned, but real integration could save the day
C&W Stuns With Job & Customer Cuts
News Analysis  | 
2/28/2006  |  6 comments
New head of UK business John Pluthero goes back to basics, slashing jobs, networks, and disconnecting 90% of the customer base
Telewest Outperforms NTL in Q4
News Analysis  | 
2/28/2006  |  Post a comment
NTL and Telewest report Q4 results ahead of shareholder vote on their merger
RFID's Time Has Come
Cutting Loose  | 
2/28/2006  |  Post a comment
The radio-frequency tagging technology is reaching critical mass as vendors debut 2G products
Your Ad Here, Part II
The Philter  | 
2/28/2006  |  Post a comment
Another crazy tattoo auction has come and gone.
DV Code: Who's to Blame?
Red Panda  | 
2/28/2006  |  1 comment
There's a battle for rights to this crap.
Italtel Confirms IPO Plan
News Analysis  | 
2/28/2006  |  2 comments
Softswitch vendor ends years of speculation with plans to list shares in Italy in the first half of this year
Pride, Integrity & Guts
Monkey Bidness  | 
2/28/2006  |  Post a comment
These cops ain't kosher.
Cisco Denies Optical Slowdown
News Analysis  | 
2/28/2006  |  17 comments
Says its slump in sales is a statistical anomaly and it isn't putting the ONS 15454 out to pasture
Cablevision Roars Ahead in Q4
Cable Guy  | 
2/28/2006  |  Post a comment
Extreme Joins Carrier Ethernet Chorus
News Analysis  | 
2/28/2006  |  2 comments
The BlackDiamond 12K is the latest in specially built boxes for the carrier Ethernet market
Edgeware Brings Flash to VOD
News Analysis  | 
2/28/2006  |  Post a comment
The young Swedish VOD server company hopes to use flash memory to do away with hard disks in video networks
E-Mail Push Services
Wireless Buzz  | 
2/28/2006  |  Post a comment
Microsoft will give RIM a run for the mobile money -- eventually.
WiFi-Phobic
The Martin Chronicles  | 
2/27/2006  |  Post a comment
Wireless eating students' brains!
Service Prices Trending Downward
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
2/27/2006  |  Post a comment
As new wireless technology spreads, prices have only one way to go: down
Lit Capacity Running Low on Subsea Routes
News Analysis  | 
2/27/2006  |  Post a comment
Transatlantic cable operators enter upgrade mode as overcapacity finally begins to dwindle
Cisco Tangos With Tazz
News Analysis  | 
2/27/2006  |  15 comments
Cisco launches into the broadband policy server sector courtesy of an OEM arrangement with specialist Tazz
Cisco/SA: The Integration Starts Now
News Analysis  | 
2/27/2006  |  1 comment
The Sci-Atlanta acquisition is done, and Cisco is ready to work on its 'platform' for video and the home
Quadruple Play Is Out
The Philter  | 
2/27/2006  |  8 comments
I'm banning the phrase from Light Reading.
Zafirovski Adds Another GE Exec to Nortel
News Analysis  | 
2/27/2006  |  3 comments
Nortel hires yet another GE man to help implement the vendor's cost-cutting strategy
Vodafone Rings Warning Bell
News Analysis  | 
2/27/2006  |  1 comment
Warns of growth slowdown and writes down up to $49B as competition bites. Stock drops and takes others with it
Take the Quail Test
Monkey Bidness  | 
2/27/2006  |  Post a comment
Do you have what it takes to be a VP?
We Don't Need No Badges
Monkey Bidness  | 
2/25/2006  |  Post a comment
America continues its downward spiral into total madness.
Unstrung & Paranoid
Jonestown  | 
2/24/2006  |  Post a comment
Or: The man who mistook his wireless for a table lamp.
Time Warner IP Phone Footprint Decreasing?
BroadBananas  | 
2/24/2006  |  Post a comment
Sifting through Time Warner's fourth quarter 2005 financial reports, an interesting anomaly popped off the pages: their marketable VoIP footprint is shrinking.
The RIM Recession
The Martin Chronicles  | 
2/24/2006  |  Post a comment
Economic chaos narrowly averted
Exent Goes for Gamers
News Analysis  | 
2/24/2006  |  Post a comment
The company behind Turner TV's GameTap is helping turn games into a viable telecom service
Miss the Point – & Click!
The Philter  | 
2/24/2006  |  Post a comment
Today, I accidentally bought everything in the store.
Bluesocket CEO Walks
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
2/24/2006  |  Post a comment
Its official! Calistri out at startup
LR Poll: Bundles Begone!
News Analysis  | 
2/24/2006  |  8 comments
All-in-one bundles aren't all that, according to the latest Light Reading poll
RIM Wins Reprieve
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
2/24/2006  |  Post a comment
As judge declines to rule, Patent Office strikes down another NTP patent
We're Number Three!
Monkey Bidness  | 
2/24/2006  |  5 comments
Curl this, Britannia!
All Hail CESR!
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes  | 
2/24/2006  |  Post a comment
Sales of carrier Ethernet switch/routers (CESRs) tripled in 2005. Yeah, they're for real.
She's Back!
Red Panda  | 
2/24/2006  |  Post a comment
Esme Vos returns with more online hilarity.
Nortel CEO Maps Out His Vision
News Analysis  | 
2/24/2006  |  19 comments
Mike Zafirovski wants a 20% share in each sector where Nortel is active, is set to invest in IMS, IPTV, and WiMax
Optovia Claims Longest SANs
News Analysis  | 
2/24/2006  |  8 comments
Optical amplifier maker says it can double SAN extension over wide-area networks
Oscar Ads: $57K/s
The Philter  | 
2/24/2006  |  Post a comment
Time is money.
RIM, King of the Handhelds
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
2/24/2006  |  Post a comment
So says Gartner, as enterprise users take up the slack in the PDA market
DirecTV Plans Broadband VOD Service
Cable Guy  | 
2/23/2006  |  Post a comment
Friendly Marion County
Monkey Bidness  | 
2/23/2006  |  2 comments
Where good manners still count.
Ruckus Pioneers IPTV in US
News Analysis  | 
2/23/2006  |  4 comments
Oklahoma could give Ruckus its first US footprint, as the company gears for growth and braces for competition
Symbolic Upheaval
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
2/23/2006  |  Post a comment
Enterprise mobility firm sees profit drop again, makes sweeping management changes
Tech Execs Decry Spectrum Policy
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
2/23/2006  |  Post a comment
Sharply criticizing the Administration, DC lobbying group calls for '21st century spectrum policy'
Fun = Kenny Loggins
The Philter  | 
2/23/2006  |  Post a comment
I'm alright. Don't nobody worry 'bout me.
Tough Justice, UK-Style
Red Panda  | 
2/23/2006  |  1 comment
Stabbed him in the head? Naughty boy!
The Neo-Nomads
The Martin Chronicles  | 
2/23/2006  |  Post a comment
WiFi proliferation fuels a new breed of virtual startups.
A Brilliant Next Act?
Jonestown  | 
2/23/2006  |  Post a comment
A hotspot hotshot turns up at Google.
OSS Lapse Hits Spirent
News Analysis  | 
2/23/2006  |  1 comment
Test-and-measurement firm posts 2005 loss on the back of a slump in its service assurance business
Triple-Play Dish
The Philter  | 
2/23/2006  |  Post a comment
How will satellite TV pull off a triple play?
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