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Content posted in June 2006
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Unstrung Takes a Holiday
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/30/2006  |  Post a comment
But we'll be back Wednesday, July 5 with the very best in wireless news. In the meantime...
New Q Review
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/30/2006  |  1 comment
For a comparison of the new, cool smartphones, we go straight to the IT guys
Saying 'No' to WiFi
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/30/2006  |  Post a comment
Right next door to a Starbucks, Blue Cross of Idaho looks to Network Chemistry for an 802.11 lockdown
Net Processors Await an IPO
News Analysis  | 
6/30/2006  |  Post a comment
Wintegra's IPO gets delayed, while Bay Micro says its turn could come in a year or so
Is Google Going Dark on Fiber?
News Analysis  | 
6/30/2006  |  1 comment
Google may be rethinking its plans to build a fiber transport network
Will Software Kill the IPTV Set-Top?
News Analysis  | 
6/30/2006  |  2 comments
Sources say Verimatrix is building a PC-based media player that will be as secure as a set-top box
Infinera's CFO Quits
News Analysis  | 
6/30/2006  |  12 comments
Getting out while the going's good? Infinera names a new CFO in the run up to an anticipated IPO filing after its former numbers man quit
David Croslin, Chief Product Architect, Verizon Business
LRTV Interviews  | 
6/30/2006  |  Post a comment
David Croslin the chief product architect at Verizon Business discusses the challenge of dealing with enterprise mobility, what IP convergence really means, and fills us in on Verizon's quest for IMS
Optium Files for $100M IPO
News Analysis  | 
6/30/2006  |  1 comment
Optical transponder vendor Optium has filed for an initial public offering on Nasdaq
OpVista Riding Cable Bandwidth Surge
BroadBananas  | 
6/29/2006  |  Post a comment
CableLabs Chief Sees HD VOD as Next Killer App
Cable Guy  | 
6/29/2006  |  Post a comment
If you're wondering what the next hot video product might be for cable, Dick Green has the answer for you: HD VOD.
Jumpstarting Mobile Collaboration
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/29/2006  |  Post a comment
Lotus Sametime update extends messaging and workflow tools to mobile devices
Banned: Web 2.0
The Philter  | 
6/29/2006  |  9 comments
Around here, the Web is still the Web
Lucatel: Full Steam Ahead
News Analysis  | 
6/29/2006  |  3 comments
The Alcatel/Lucent merger process appears to be going better than expected, but it's not all plain sailing, say sources
Is Nortel the Old Maid in Telecom M&A?
News Analysis  | 
6/29/2006  |  10 comments
Lacking a likely merger partner, Nortel might be best off slimming itself down, analysts say
Cisco Issues WCS Warning
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/29/2006  |  Post a comment
WiFi management platform turns up with a handful of vulnerabilities
Cable Accelerates Wideband Response
News Analysis  | 
6/29/2006  |  Post a comment
MSOs seek to fire back at telco fiber and IPTV offerings with proprietary solutions
Dueling Pimps
Red Panda  | 
6/29/2006  |  Post a comment
Viacom delivers a biotch-slap
Is Netopia Buy-Out Bait?
News Analysis  | 
6/29/2006  |  Post a comment
Remote management platforms like Netopia might be attractive targets as carriers warm up to the home network
Sprint Hints at Spectrum Plans
News Analysis  | 
6/29/2006  |  2 comments
Plans to acquire even more spectrum in the 2.5GHz band in order to give the company a nationwide footprint
Spirent Cuts More Jobs
News Analysis  | 
6/29/2006  |  Post a comment
Test firm extends its restructuring process and cuts deeper into its service assurance division
Cox Chief Doesn't See Lower Prices
Cable Guy  | 
6/28/2006  |  Post a comment
Despite the recent entry of AT&T and Verizon Communications into the pay TV market, Cox Communications Inc. President Patrick Esser doesn't see cable prices coming down.
iAnywhere Bundles Up
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/28/2006  |  1 comment
iAnywhere offers modular mobile bundle, analysts expect to see others in the industry follow suit
The Infrared Solution
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/28/2006  |  Post a comment
Startup ClearMesh offers high-speed optical networks for small companies
Verizon: Lights, Camera, Actiontec!
News Analysis  | 
6/28/2006  |  4 comments
Actiontec beats out Westell and others as the primary provider of Verizon's residential gateway
Goring the Box
Nearpoints  | 
6/28/2006  |  Post a comment
What happens when you want your MTV, or whatever, but your carrier would rather you watch something completely different?
Investors Share Funding Wisdom
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/28/2006  |  Post a comment
Investors looking to fund new wireless companies are keen to put their money where the data is
Sonus Looks to Buy & Get Bigger
News Analysis  | 
6/28/2006  |  8 comments
CEO Hassan Ahmed says the VOIP equipment firm is looking to make some acquisitions, and he takes a swipe at his bigger rivals
CableLabs Kills Interim DOCSIS Standard
News Analysis  | 
6/28/2006  |  Post a comment
CableLabs has killed a budding attempt to create an interim tech standard for cable modem equipment
The Apes in Spain
Monkey Bidness  | 
6/28/2006  |  1 comment
May safely take the plane
Foundry, VeriSign in Stock Option Probes
News Analysis  | 
6/28/2006  |  1 comment
Another couple of companies are being investigated for alleged 'back-dating' of stock option awards
Investors Share Wireless Funding Wisdom
News Analysis  | 
6/28/2006  |  Post a comment
Investors looking to fund new wireless companies are keen to put their money where the data is
Cable Fallout from Nokia Siemens Deal
BroadBananas  | 
6/28/2006  |  Post a comment
Pictures Worth A Thousand Words
BroadBananas  | 
6/28/2006  |  Post a comment
You have to hand it to Phil Harvey. Not only can he slice and dice incoming press releases like nobody's business, he's also quite the photographic savant.
Time Warner Goes Dualmode
News Analysis  | 
6/27/2006  |  5 comments
Time Warner Cable is getting ready to offer a wireless phone service that works on WiFi connections, too
700MHz Debate: Safety or Shopping?
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/27/2006  |  Post a comment
At the WCA conference, two industry experts argue about what to do with a controversial band of spectrum
Fat Liar Busted Again
Monkey Bidness  | 
6/27/2006  |  110 comments
'Drug use, some might say, is destroying this country...'
Mobile Content, No Lifeline
Cutting Loose  | 
6/27/2006  |  Post a comment
Mobile carriers are looking under the wrong rocks for new revenues
Marvell Takes a Bit of Intel
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/27/2006  |  Post a comment
Intel sells its cellphone chips to Marvell for $600M, seriously displeasing Marvell investors
700MHz Debate: Safety or Shopping?
News Analysis  | 
6/27/2006  |  1 comment
At the WCA conference, two industry experts argue about what to do with a controversial band of spectrum
Marvell Takes a Bit of Intel
News Analysis  | 
6/27/2006  |  4 comments
Intel sells its cellphone chips to Marvell for $600M, seriously displeasing Marvell investors
Telecom Italia Bids for AOL Units
News Analysis  | 
6/27/2006  |  Post a comment
Italian giant looks to bolster its German and French operations with an offer for AOL's broadband assets
XML Networking's Carrier Appeal
Column  | 
6/27/2006  |  Post a comment
As companies of all types rush to adopt SOA and build applications based on Web services, the growth of the XML market is undeniable
Video Site Cheat Sheet
The Philter  | 
6/27/2006  |  33 comments
Confused by all these video sharing sites?
Patrick Esser, President, Cox Communications
LRTV Interviews  | 
6/27/2006  |  Post a comment
Video is a big deal, but being a TV provider isn't the end game for Cox. Company president Patrick Esser, in this LRTV exclusive, discusses why his goal is to connect as many people as possible to Cox's network, even if they're not cable customers
'Mobile Device' Redefined
Jonestown  | 
6/27/2006  |  Post a comment
BlackBerries of the Rich 'n' Famished
Mobile WiMax Goes Mini
News Analysis  | 
6/27/2006  |  Post a comment
OFDMA vendor Adaptix pushes 'micro-cell' technology
Harry Potter Must Die
Red Panda  | 
6/27/2006  |  Post a comment
Hog warts, if left untreated...
Cable-Tec: Fun With Photos
Slide Shows  | 
6/27/2006  |  1 comment
Our photos add to a tipsy tour of last week's Cable-Tec show in Denver
SCTE Hits Rocky Mountain High
Cable Guy  | 
6/26/2006  |  Post a comment
Well, as much we hate to put it this way, the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) is definitely enjoying something of a Rocky Mountain High these days.
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