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Friday Funding Roundup
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
3/30/2007  |  Post a comment
Mobile commerce makes bank in this week's VC wrap
Indian Gov't Holds Up Vodafone Plans
News Analysis  | 
3/30/2007  |  Post a comment
Vodafone is shaping up plans for Hutchison Essar, but approval for the deal has been deferred by India's foreign investment board
Watching Vyyo
Cable Guy  | 
3/30/2007  |  1 comment
Many cable and Wall Street eyes will be on little old Vyyo first thing Monday morning
SF Leftovers
The Philter  | 
3/30/2007  |  Post a comment
Yahoo has an e-Cow
Networx Numbers Big for VZ, AT&T, Qwest
News Analysis  | 
3/30/2007  |  Post a comment
But the federal government Networx Universal contract isn't quite the $48B monster you might have thought
Vodafone Data Up, Shares Down
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
3/30/2007  |  Post a comment
UK giant says data revenues are up again, but investors wonder if data can supplement voice quickly enough
Free Range Students
Monkey Bidness  | 
3/30/2007  |  Post a comment
Blithering idiots: They walk among us
PMC-Sierra Closes Sites, Cuts Staff
News Analysis  | 
3/30/2007  |  1 comment
Chip vendor aims to save up to $24 million a year by closing two R&D sites and cutting headcount by nearly 15 percent
New Zealand Gone Wild
Monkey Bidness  | 
3/30/2007  |  2 comments
Woodstock 2007?
Bienvenue to €287B
EuroBlog  | 
3/30/2007  |  Post a comment
The EU telecom services market is worth $382 billion
Nacchio Qwoted Qwestionable Qwest Targets
News Analysis  | 
3/30/2007  |  1 comment
Witnesses say Joe Nacchio ignored warnings that Qwest could not meet his financial targets
Huawei Joins PBT Fan Club
News Analysis  | 
3/29/2007  |  11 comments
Huawei is the latest vendor to support PBT, and BT says other carriers are interested, but Cisco is highlighting PBT's shortcomings
Naming Cable Mobile
BroadBananas  | 
3/29/2007  |  Post a comment
Brainstorming a brand name for the granddaddy of all oxymorons: cable mobile service
CTIA's Ex-Presidents Society
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
3/29/2007  |  Post a comment
The 'odd couple' – George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton – tackle how wireless can improve the world at CTIA
You May Read Most of This
Red Panda  | 
3/29/2007  |  6 comments
And it won't soil your fingers
Aaargh, Matey!
Monkey Bidness  | 
3/29/2007  |  Post a comment
Spaghetti Monster gets no respect
Bell Canada Denies Takeover Rumors
News Analysis  | 
3/29/2007  |  Post a comment
Bell Canada reported to be in takeover talks with a private equity firm
Vyyo Stock Soars After Funding
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
3/29/2007  |  Post a comment
Vyyo shares are way up after some new funding this week
Bebo Turns Orange
EuroBlog  | 
3/29/2007  |  Post a comment
Orange has a cool new friend in Bebo
OFC Notebook II
Craig's A-List  | 
3/29/2007  |  Post a comment
WDM-PONs and the 100-Gig alphabet
100-Gig Chases 40-Gig
News Analysis  | 
3/29/2007  |  2 comments
Developments in 100-Gbit/s and the competitive cost of 10-Gbit/s equipment could end up squeezing the life span of 40-Gbit/s
AlcaLu Pushes the Optical Envelope
News Analysis  | 
3/29/2007  |  5 comments
AlcaLu has announced a world-record optical transmission and other optical milestones
C5 News Roundup
News Analysis  | 
3/28/2007  |  Post a comment
Equipment firms use C5 event in Milan as news launch-pad, with ADVA landing a significant new deal at Deutsche Telekom
MSOs Moving Slowly on CableCARDs
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
3/28/2007  |  Post a comment
The nation's 10 largest MSOs are still not installing all that many removable security modules in customers' homes
Mobile Alliances Unite
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
3/28/2007  |  Post a comment
Mobile alliances facilitate global roaming while multinational companies demand better managed mobility services
Hacking the Car Navigation System
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
3/28/2007  |  Post a comment
Italian researchers reveal attack methods on RDS-TMC navigation systems
Cisco to Buy Spans Logic
News Analysis  | 
3/28/2007  |  1 comment
Stealthy startup Spans Logic comes into the Cisco fold, but analysts say that won't mean trouble for NetLogic
Citigroup Analyst Sticks 'Sell' on Vonage
News Analysis  | 
3/28/2007  |  1 comment
Citigroup analyst Michael Rollins says a patent lawsuit loss could send Vonage into bankruptcy court
Bosnian Courtship Rituals
Monkey Bidness  | 
3/28/2007  |  1 comment
First the shrapnel, then the rice
Aruba's IPO Fillip
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
3/28/2007  |  2 comments
Wireless LAN switch maker dodges the 'Clearwire effect' as shares stay strong after IPO
Spans Logic's Spell
Cisco Watch  | 
3/28/2007  |  1 comment
Cisco plays the startup name game
Generic Tradeshow Blog™
Light Ranting  | 
3/28/2007  |  Post a comment
Bad food, good quotes, and WiMax
Subsea Firm Azea Raises $20M
News Analysis  | 
3/28/2007  |  Post a comment
UK-based company specializing in capacity upgrades on submarine cable networks closes Series D funding round
Location Services: Where Next?
LR Mobile Column  | 
3/28/2007  |  Post a comment
Location is back on the agenda in a big way as operators once again sense opportunity from a new wave of location-aware wireless applications.
OFC Notebook
Craig's A-List  | 
3/28/2007  |  Post a comment
Tripping the show floor fantastic
Siemens Exec Arrested
News Analysis  | 
3/28/2007  |  Post a comment
Top executive arrested for breach of trust, but scandals won't derail Nokia Siemens Networks
CTIA: West Talks WiMax
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
3/28/2007  |  Post a comment
Sprint's announced more details on its WiMax plans; CTO Barry West talks about the 'mobility premium' and new devices
Broadband, Orlando
Wireless Bits  | 
3/28/2007  |  Post a comment
Cellular strikes back and CTIA toasts WiMax
CTIA: Nokia's E Stands for Euro
Jonestown  | 
3/28/2007  |  Post a comment
New enterprise phones, but not for the US
Milan Unseen
EuroBlog  | 
3/28/2007  |  Post a comment
What we should have, but didn't see, in Milan
Fiber-to-the-MDU: Verizon's Manhattan Project
News Analysis  | 
3/28/2007  |  5 comments
Verizon is slowly but surely working to get FiOS into densely populated major cities
Lucent's Victim
The Philter  | 
3/28/2007  |  3 comments
Ray Bowle is a victim of cheap executive labor
Sonus Buys Zynetix for $13M
News Analysis  | 
3/27/2007  |  1 comment
As reported by Light Reading in February, Sonus is to buy GSM softswitch specialist for $13M
Terayon Digs Density
Cable Guy  | 
3/27/2007  |  Post a comment
Despite a gloomy business outlook for the first few months of the year, Terayon is counting on density to see it through
CTIA: Edited Wireless
Cutting Loose  | 
3/27/2007  |  Post a comment
This year's CTIA seems like a précis of the big wireless shows that preceeded it – same themes, less news
Optium, Finisar Bulk Up
News Analysis  | 
3/27/2007  |  2 comments
Consolidation in optics is all the rage, as Optium and Finisar show this week
Smith Micro Wins Macro Sprint Deal
News Analysis  | 
3/27/2007  |  Post a comment
Company's multimedia software for cellphones is now in use at Sprint and Verizon Wireless
FT, Telefónica Talk Up IMS
News Analysis  | 
3/27/2007  |  Post a comment
France Telecom and Telefónica are both using IMS-based strategies to underpin their next-generation networks
BigBand Goes Dutch With M-CMTS
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
3/27/2007  |  Post a comment
BigBand Networks has shipped its modular cable modem termination system to Multikabel
UK Mobile Rate Cut Includes 3G Costs
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
3/27/2007  |  Post a comment
European Commission steams over Ofcom decision to consider 3G license costs in mobile rate cuts
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