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Content posted in June 2003
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Headcount: A Free Lunch?
News Analysis  | 
6/30/2003  |  14 comments
Foundry nixes hoax; Quarry's quarried new CEO; Santel won't comment; Tachion lives on
Cingular EDGEs Out Rivals
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/30/2003  |  Post a comment
First to launch advanced data for GSM, beating out AT&T and T-Mobile
Cypress Wants a Piece of Search Pie
News Analysis  | 
6/30/2003  |  2 comments
Cypress and IDT battle heats up, as Cypress looks to gain a bigger piece of the search-engine chip market
Juniper Enhances Its Edge
News Analysis  | 
6/30/2003  |  1 comment
Has added a new router and new features to its E-series and M-series routers. Is it enough to take on the competition?
Insider Details OSS Opportunities
News Analysis  | 
6/30/2003  |  Post a comment
Carriers are desperate for software that simplifies network operations. LR Insider looks at the growing market
Sandbridge Draws $22.5M
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/30/2003  |  Post a comment
Processor startup brings multitasking technology to the mobile handset world with a little help from Siemens and friends
Marconi Gets Bigger in Broadband
News Analysis  | 
6/30/2003  |  Post a comment
Wins contract with BT that might help it get taken seriously in the DSLAM Market
Spam, Spam, Spam, Spam...
Column  | 
6/30/2003  |  9 comments
Spam, Spam, Spam, Spam... Larry, Monkey
Who's Growing a GPON?
News Analysis  | 
6/30/2003  |  12 comments
Reliable sources say gigabit PON technology's on the drawing board of at least one major access supplier
WLAN's Spray Play
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/27/2003  |  Post a comment
An amazing advance in 802.11 technology...
Backplane Standard Gains Allies
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/27/2003  |  Post a comment
20 more companies join the effort to create standard backplane interfaces based on next-gen PCI
Backplane Standard Gains Allies
News Analysis  | 
6/27/2003  |  6 comments
20 more companies join the effort to create standard backplane interfaces based on next-gen PCI
Carriers Lose Termination Fight
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/27/2003  |  2 comments
Massive regulatory tariff cuts for UK carriers could have serious impact on network investment
Centrino Adds A, Not G
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/27/2003  |  4 comments
Intel will join the dualmode club next month, but will miss the g spot
MetaSolv Axes 60 Jobs
News Analysis  | 
6/27/2003  |  Post a comment
Major OSS firm reacts to 'business environment' as its scales down across the board to further cut costs
Procket CEO Resigns
News Analysis  | 
6/27/2003  |  196 comments
Randall Kruep has resigned as CEO of Procket, just as the big dealmaking was supposed to start
The FCC Waiting Game
News Analysis  | 
6/27/2003  |  4 comments
Government surprise for the coming holiday? The months-late FCC rules on UNE-P may run to 1,000 pages
Bermai Buffs Up
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/26/2003  |  1 comment
Startup raises $12M more to get products to market -- but does the world really need another 802.11 chip company?
IPv6 Coming to America
News Analysis  | 
6/26/2003  |  70 comments
After years of hype, a handful of service providers are deploying IPv6 in the States
UTStarcom Gets a Boost
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/26/2003  |  Post a comment
UTStarcom's stock climbs as an analyst raises 2004 revenue estimates
Strix's Radio Trix
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/26/2003  |  Post a comment
Startup pitches radio play but channel changing may cause problems
UTStarcom Climbs on Estimate Boost
News Analysis  | 
6/26/2003  |  5 comments
UTStarcom's stock climbs as an analyst raises 2004 revenue estimates
Ciena Touts a Piece of the Grid
News Analysis  | 
6/26/2003  |  6 comments
Metro Online platform is deployed at Argonne National Lab, but in the short term a large payoff isn't likely
3G's Den of Vice?
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/26/2003  |  2 comments
Watch out, there's a Peeping Tom about
IPv6 Coming to America
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/26/2003  |  Post a comment
After years of hype, a handful of service providers are deploying IPv6 in the States
Sorrento Bids for LuxN
News Analysis  | 
6/26/2003  |  3 comments
Fresh from restructuring, Sorrento looks to consolidate its market position by buying LuxN for less than $20M
Light Reading Launches Brand Survey
News Analysis  | 
6/26/2003  |  Post a comment
Monster branding survey seeks to define 'who makes what' and who has the best brands in each area
RBOC Whispers for Catena
News Analysis  | 
6/25/2003  |  16 comments
Line-card upgrades get startup Catena in the door at RBOCs. Will it go much further?
GlobalX Fate Unwinds in Court
News Analysis  | 
6/25/2003  |  Post a comment
An NY court is hearing arguments for and against Global Crossing's plan to return from bankruptcy UPDATED 6/26 9AM
Hutch Wakes Up
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/25/2003  |  5 comments
Is the tide finally turning for 3G newboy after initial setbacks?
Juniper Goes Public With Verizon
News Analysis  | 
6/25/2003  |  1 comment
Says Verizon is using its ERX for its IP Enterprise initiative... though how much isn't clear
Electrical Access: Dream On?
News Analysis  | 
6/25/2003  |  16 comments
Utilities worldwide are testing power lines for broadband access. Don't laugh
Party Like It's 1984
Column  | 
6/25/2003  |  Post a comment
Party Like It's 1984 – Phil Harvey
Orange to Gang Up on Vodafone
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/25/2003  |  Post a comment
Says it will join other European carriers in a roaming and data alliance to counter Vodafone's dominance
A Closer Look at PON Econ
News Analysis  | 
6/24/2003  |  93 comments
So the RBOCs might be interested in fiber-to-the-premises. They're working on a business case. It may surprise you
Riverstone Branded 'E' by Nasdaq
News Analysis  | 
6/24/2003  |  10 comments
Riverstone missed its deadline to file its annual report, and now Nasdaq is taking steps to delist it
Headcount: Copy This
News Analysis  | 
6/24/2003  |  8 comments
Touch America, Next Level, Lucent, and others make cuts. Meanwhile, Bandwidth9 is still open. Really!
TI to Buy Intersil?
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/24/2003  |  Post a comment
Intersil stock pops on rumors; it would take Texas Instruments to the pole position in the WLAN chipset market
AirMagnet Attracts Agilent
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/24/2003  |  Post a comment
Agilent taps network monitoring startup for WLAN capabilities
Ciena Rings Up an Upgrade
News Analysis  | 
6/24/2003  |  Post a comment
JP Morgan raises the company's stock rating to Neutral based on new hopes for growth
FNC Lands Big Verizon Gig
News Analysis  | 
6/24/2003  |  1 comment
Fujitsu's division gets a potentially lucrative Sonet contract, but Lucent and Nortel are still in the running
Switch Chips Debut at Conference
News Analysis  | 
6/24/2003  |  Post a comment
Marvell and TeraChip unveil off-the-shelf silicon for switch vendors at Network Processors Conference
Airespace Adds an Appliance
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/23/2003  |  Post a comment
Switch startup looks to enhance existing networks with a new bolt-on thingummajig
Proficient Adds Load Balancing
News Analysis  | 
6/23/2003  |  Post a comment
Route optimization startup Proficient is taking on WAN link load-balancing vendors with new software offering
Xtellus Stands Alone
NFOEC News Analysis  | 
6/23/2003  |  Post a comment
The startup owns the only liquid-crystal fab dedicated to telecom, but is that enough for survival?
Internet Photonics Broadens Targets
News Analysis  | 
6/23/2003  |  Post a comment
Metro Ethernet vendor takes on more competition by adding Sonet/SDH regeneration to its CWDM equipment
Allied Telesyn Debuts DSLAM Drama
News Analysis  | 
6/23/2003  |  8 comments
Japanese subsidiary gets more aggressive in the N. American carrier access market, targets video over DSL
MS Hops on Hotspot Hoopla
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/23/2003  |  Post a comment
Inks promotion with Boingo, T-Mobile, and Wayport to publicize yet another rebranding of its mobile operating system
Vodafone Preps for WLAN Move
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/23/2003  |  Post a comment
World's biggest wireless carrier is preparing an assault on the carrier hotspot space. Better never than late?
Vivato Snags $44.5M
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/23/2003  |  Post a comment
Will plow huge round of cash into further development and into promotion of its 802.11b switch
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