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Analyst Boosts Alvarion
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/30/2004  |  Post a comment
Pacific Growth pushes Alavarion as star performer in the growing fixed-wireless market
Kotura Integrates With $11M
News Analysis  | 
6/30/2004  |  11 comments
An $11M funding round will push the former Lightcross into integrated-optics territory, the new CEO says
Ethernet on a Grander Scale
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes  | 
6/30/2004  |  Post a comment
Ethernet's come a long way, baby – from enterprise LANs to WANs to everyone's lips at Supercomm
Tektronix Acquires Inet for $325M
News Analysis  | 
6/30/2004  |  2 comments
Test vendor doubles its revenues and breaks into VOIP and network performance monitoring
Navini Nabs $30M
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/30/2004  |  Post a comment
Takes total to $115 million and won't rule out further funds
SEC Steps Up Sonus Probe
News Analysis  | 
6/30/2004  |  Post a comment
Sonus's recent run of good product news is weighed down by a 'formal' SEC investigation into financial results
How About a Dry Martini?
Column  | 
6/30/2004  |  8 comments
Toast the coming nuptials of Sonet & MPLS
Avici Not in on China Deal
News Analysis  | 
6/30/2004  |  15 comments
Its routers are not part of IP backbone deal struck by OEM partner Huawei, says Chinese vendor
Chip IPOs: 'Tis the Season?
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/29/2004  |  Post a comment
Fear of a second-half slump may be pushing semiconductor companies into going public
Chip IPOs: 'Tis the Season?
News Analysis  | 
6/29/2004  |  Post a comment
Fear of a second-half slump may be pushing semiconductor companies into going public
WiMax Spec Ratified
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/29/2004  |  Post a comment
The 802.16d standard, the technology behind WiMAX, has been approved by the IEEE
Locust Meshes It Up
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/29/2004  |  Post a comment
Tiny Brit startup says it's all over the 802.11 mesh networking market
Ethernet/MPLS Growth Up for Grabs
News Analysis  | 
6/29/2004  |  Post a comment
As Ethernet services take off, multiple approaches are vying for carriers' hearts, according to a Heavy Reading report
Cisco Acts on Actona
News Analysis  | 
6/29/2004  |  Post a comment
Snaps up data center software specialist for $82M, in a bid to speed up file access over WAN connections
Users Prowl, Admins Growl
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/29/2004  |  Post a comment
Wireless LANs: Can't live with 'em, can't live without 'em
BT Renews $656M Marconi Deal
News Analysis  | 
6/29/2004  |  Post a comment
Vendor retains a hefty chunk of BT's annual £300M network upgrade outsourcing contract
Nortel Sells Plants, Supplies Update
News Analysis  | 
6/29/2004  |  24 comments
Completes plans to offload manufacturing plants to Flextronics and expects new refiling in July
Wireless Prices Under Pressure
LR Mobile Column  | 
6/29/2004  |  Post a comment
Wireless Prices Under Pressure
Enterprise-grade 802.11 kit merits a premium over consumer gear, but that doesn't mean enterprise vendors will escape the price wars
Ikanos Catches IPO Fever
News Analysis  | 
6/28/2004  |  6 comments
Loss-making chip maker hopes to raise up to $85 million on the stock market
Vernier's New New CEO
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/28/2004  |  Post a comment
Startup unwraps second CEO in under a year, fourth in all
Marconi Scales Down Its Edge
News Analysis  | 
6/28/2004  |  8 comments
The Multiservice Edge Club gets a new member as Marconi launches low-cost box for the enterprise market
Nortel Waits on WiMax
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/28/2004  |  Post a comment
Canadian vendor won't be rushed into market move
Supercomm in Pictures
Slide Shows  | 
6/28/2004  |  6 comments
Last week's Supercomm festivities included a fair helping of monkeys and DeLoreans, as always
Will Spying Charges Hurt Huawei?
Supercomm News Analysis  | 
6/28/2004  |  22 comments
Though the Supercomm spying charges aren't ironclad, they might add to unease about Huawei's ethics
LR Hosts/Wins Telecom Pool Tourney
Supercomm News Analysis  | 
6/25/2004  |  1 comment
We hoist trophy after tournament taking place at our party on our table with our refereees and our rules. Surprised?
Supercomm Blues
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/25/2004  |  Post a comment
Triple play was the only way to go at this year's über-tradeshow
Session Controllers Storm Chicago
Supercomm News Analysis  | 
6/25/2004  |  2 comments
The session border controller firms were much in evidence at Supercomm
Supercomm Snippets: The Sequel
Supercomm News Analysis  | 
6/25/2004  |  7 comments
Fun, frolics, freebies, and fermentations were all on offer at this year's Supercomm – if you knew where to look
Nokia Eyes CDMA 450
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/25/2004  |  Post a comment
Finnish vendor reported to be watching market 'very closely'
Huawei in Spying Flap
Supercomm News Analysis  | 
6/24/2004  |  183 comments
Booth photographs by a Huawei employee have at least one equipment vendor crying foul
EV-DV on Hold?
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/24/2004  |  2 comments
DO'h! 3G technology set for delay as carriers seem content with data-only standard
ATCA Finds More Friends
Supercomm News Analysis  | 
6/24/2004  |  Post a comment
Intel customers Huawei and KT pledge to support the telecom hardware initiative, possibly upping its chances of success
DSL Revival
Column  | 
6/24/2004  |  37 comments
SBC's FTTN plans look like good news for DSL
Myrio Rides Triple Play Wave
Supercomm News Analysis  | 
6/24/2004  |  2 comments
Video middleware vendor ramps up its customer base and isn't sweating over Microsoft's IPTV spree
Cisco, Meriton Join ROADM Gang
Supercomm News Analysis  | 
6/24/2004  |  Post a comment
As Cisco rolls out its latest 15454 card, Meriton counters with a Cisco-busting strategy
Juniper's NetScreen to Get IPv6
Supercomm News Analysis  | 
6/24/2004  |  Post a comment
Juniper will announce IPv6 enhancements to NetScreen gear next week
VOIP Security Poses a Problem
Supercomm News Analysis  | 
6/24/2004  |  Post a comment
VOIP is all the rage, but data center managers could be in for a rough time preparing for security threats
Boingo Bets on VOIP
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/23/2004  |  Post a comment
Hotspot startup pushes network integration as key piece of future strategy
Supercomm Snippets
Supercomm News Analysis  | 
6/23/2004  |  2 comments
VOIP, VOIP, VOIP. Triple triple triple play. Dan and Desh talk trash, PacketFront comes West, and a Grubman sighting
Boingo Bets on VOIP
Supercomm News Analysis  | 
6/23/2004  |  Post a comment
Hotspot startup pushes network integration as key piece of future strategy
Marconi Lands Telstra Deal
Supercomm News Analysis  | 
6/23/2004  |  10 comments
Marconi and its equipment partner RBN are smiling wide today as Telstra awards a deal reportedly worth $210, UPDATED 6/24, 3PM
Spirent Gets Interactive
Supercomm News Analysis  | 
6/23/2004  |  Post a comment
Launches router test tool with a stop/start capability that's a hit with at least one lab
RPR Finds Its Niche
Supercomm News Analysis  | 
6/23/2004  |  1 comment
Carriers are fancying Resilient Packet Rings these days, although deployment is coming in small chunks
Vendor Points to VOIP Vulnerabilities
Supercomm News Analysis  | 
6/23/2004  |  Post a comment
Security vendor uses Supercomm to announce a set of VOIP enhancements to its intrusion-and-prevention system
Wi-LAN Takes On WiFi
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/23/2004  |  1 comment
Makes legal move on Cisco in bid to claim patent rights over 802.11a/g modulation technology
Powell: VOIP Regs 'Grave Mistake'
Supercomm News Analysis  | 
6/22/2004  |  6 comments
Industry will be fine, he says, if regulators can restrain themselves, as VOIP and broadband take off
Pay the MAN!
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/22/2004  |  Post a comment
WiMax kit as cheap as WiFi within three years?
Lucent to Buy Broadsoft?
Supercomm News Analysis  | 
6/22/2004  |  Post a comment
Incumbent equipment provider may not be done shopping in the VOIP software space
SBC's $6 Billion Banquet
Supercomm News Analysis  | 
6/22/2004  |  15 comments
CEO Ed Whitacre pledges 4 to 6 billion for new fiber deployment and an IP TV partnership with Microsoft
Sprint Confirms EV-DO Network
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/22/2004  |  Post a comment
Carrier gives $1 billion network the green light and keeps options open on EV-DV
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