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Content posted in July 2009
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Partners in WDM-PON
Craig's A-List  | 
7/31/2009  |  8 comments
6:15 PM LG-Nortel doesn't want two boxes in your home
Apple WiBook?
Jonestown  | 
7/31/2009  |  2 comments
5:50 PM Just some Friday speculation...
iPhone OS 3.0 Spurs Boom in WiFi Connections
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
7/31/2009  |  Post a comment
AT&T saw a 41% increase in iPhone connections at wireless hotspots last quarter
YouTube Finds Profits?
Contentinople  | 
7/31/2009  |  Post a comment
4:45 PM The site is cashing in on a wedding dance video posted by a user
Research Recap: Sonus, Arris
The Philter  | 
7/31/2009  |  1 comment
1:50 PM Plus updates to our LTE and 40- & 100-Gbit/s reports
Nagra, Evolution Seek DTA Waivers
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
7/31/2009  |  Post a comment
Nagravision joins the fray while Evolution officially seeks an FCC pass for a hi-def digital terminal adapter
NSN Services Chief: Huawei's Years Behind
News Analysis  | 
7/31/2009  |  9 comments
The established managed network services players are years ahead of Huawei with their outsourcing capabilities, claims top NSN executive
Arris Pumps Up the Docsis 3.0 Volume
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
7/31/2009  |  Post a comment
Vendor notches big cable modem termination system sales in the second quarter, but Docsis-based CPE shipments are slowing down
Sonus's Next Trick
Craig's A-List  | 
7/31/2009  |  Post a comment
1:10 PM Of new products, KDDI, and Cox
This Week in WiMax
Kaps Korner  | 
7/31/2009  |  Post a comment
1:05 PM WiMax's biggest competitor: WiFi
Ex-Cisco Exec Now an Ex-ADVA Exec
News Analysis  | 
7/30/2009  |  1 comment
Ron Martin, hired to beef up ADVA's cred with North American carriers, has moved on
Akamai Shares Drop
Contentinople  | 
7/30/2009  |  Post a comment
4:50 PM After a disappointing Q2
Slideshow: The Independent Show
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
7/30/2009  |  Post a comment
Tier 2 and 3 cablers messed with Texas this week. Here's some visual proof
Research Recap: ALU, MOT, Q
The Philter  | 
7/30/2009  |  Post a comment
4:10 PM And survey finds that quality matters and lots of content owners haven't felt the Internet's embrace
Euro Giants Take Cover
EuroBlog  | 
7/30/2009  |  Post a comment
3:45 PM 2H09 is looking grim for most of Europe's incumbents
Motorola's Android Outlook
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
7/30/2009  |  Post a comment
Moto suprises with a Q2 profit, but all eyes are on its first Android launches in Q4
AlcaLu CEO Pitches Recovery Story
News Analysis  | 
7/30/2009  |  4 comments
Alcatel-Lucent is getting stronger, says CEO Ben Verwaayen, who predicts big things in North America and with LTE
LTE: AlcaLu's Flagship
Wireless Bits  | 
7/30/2009  |  Post a comment
1:30 PM Alcatel-Lucent CEO gets excited about LTE
Cablevision Still Not Sweating FiOS
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
7/30/2009  |  2 comments
Subscription growth slows in Q2 amid a tough economy, but results show that Verizon isn't kicking Cablevision in the teeth
Asset Sale Helps AlcaLu to Q2 Profit
News Analysis  | 
7/30/2009  |  1 comment
Sale of Thales stake pulls AlcaLu into the black, and CEO cites 'positive trends,' but the carrier division continues to suffer
Cheese in Space
Monkey Bidness  | 
7/29/2009  |  Post a comment
6:00 PM The cheddar has landed
How Long Has Hesse Got?
Jonestown  | 
7/29/2009  |  2 comments
5:40 PM Sprint's turnaround is long and so very slow, so investors may get restless again
Alvarion's Recovery Act Ready
Wireless Bits  | 
7/29/2009  |  Post a comment
5:15 PM Vendor says deals could come in early next year
Ubiquisys Rumor
Wireless Bits  | 
7/29/2009  |  Post a comment
4:50 PM Is a revamp afoot at the femto pioneer?
TWC Pinpoints Two WiMax Markets
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
7/29/2009  |  Post a comment
MSO expects to launch mobile WiMax in four markets by year's end, with Dallas and Charlotte, N.C., the first to be identified
Yahoo & Microsoft
Contentinople  | 
7/29/2009  |  Post a comment
3:50 PM Together at last
APAC Streaks Ahead in FTTH
News Analysis  | 
7/29/2009  |  2 comments
APAC will continue to be the most important of the three regional fiber-to-the-home markets in the near term, finds Heavy Reading
Orange Enters Monkey Bidness
Monkey Bidness  | 
7/29/2009  |  Post a comment
2:30 PM Cashing in on the simian craze
Cox Fights FiOS in RI
The Bauminator  | 
7/29/2009  |  Post a comment
2:00 PM And Cisco, again, is the richer for it
Score 1 for Comcast
Craig's A-List  | 
7/29/2009  |  Post a comment
1:40 PM Cable gets its name on an AT&T-sponsored event
Verizon Stalls in Beantown
The Cable Pipeline  | 
7/29/2009  |  Post a comment
1:20 PM Boston Mayor and telco spar over the reasons
A Telephony Disconnect
The Philter  | 
7/29/2009  |  Post a comment
1:00 PM Why focus on your audience when you can cover the planet?
Accessing Obama's Broadband Billions
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
7/29/2009  |  4 comments
The final payoff may be worth it, but cable operators that apply for a piece of the $7.2B Recovery Act funds had better be ready to lawyer up
Sprint's Struggle Continues in Q2
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
7/29/2009  |  3 comments
Third-ranked US operator posts a bigger-than-expected loss, but monthly wireless subscriber defections may be slowing down
Velocix: Verizon Deal Changed Everything
News Analysis  | 
7/29/2009  |  1 comment
The demands of dealing with major carriers pushed CDN specialist Velocix into the arms of Alcatel-Lucent, and for a low price too
Ericsson's Nortel Bid Nears Closure
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
7/29/2009  |  Post a comment
Courts clear Ericsson's $1.13 billion acquisition of Nortel assets, but the deal may still need approval from the Canadian government
Don't Pick Up the Soapstone
Craig's A-List  | 
7/28/2009  |  1 comment
5:50 PM The Avici story comes to an end
Blip.tv Announces Partners
Contentinople  | 
7/28/2009  |  Post a comment
4:50 PM Includes YouTube and others
Comcast's All Clear in Atlanta
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
7/28/2009  |  2 comments
Comcast launches second WiMax market with more to follow in 2009
FiOS Success
TelcoTV Thoughts  | 
7/28/2009  |  Post a comment
3:35 PM Bad news for cable?
Verizon & Qualcomm Aim for M2M Bigtime
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
7/28/2009  |  Post a comment
The CDMA operator and inventor create a machine-to-machine venture that will take the market beyond niche status and likely bolster CDMA revenues
Small Cablecos Weigh Digital Options
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
7/28/2009  |  Post a comment
Moto and the Comcast Media Center are leading with deals, but other suppliers and integrators are also making hay with Tier 2 and 3 MSOs
AlcaLu Buys CDN Specialist Velocix
News Analysis  | 
7/28/2009  |  Post a comment
Alcatel-Lucent pumps up its services and video capabilities with the acquisition of content delivery network specialist Velocix
Interview: Ericsson's CDMA Chief
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
7/28/2009  |  Post a comment
Ericsson's new CDMA president, Magnus Mandersson, talks to Unstrung about his company's $1.13 billion move on North America
AlcaLu Appoints Transformer
News Analysis  | 
7/28/2009  |  14 comments
Has Alcatel-Lucent hired a giant robot that can turn itself into a truck to help it with its transformation strategy? (No)
Sprint to Buy Virgin Mobile
Wireless Bits  | 
7/28/2009  |  2 comments
8:45 AM For an equity value of $483 million
EchoStar Puts Sling Out to License
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
7/28/2009  |  Post a comment
EchoStar is in discussions to licence its 'SlingLoaded' place-shifting tech to outside set-top suppliers and digital TV makers
Zeugma Adds 'Turbo' Button
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
7/27/2009  |  5 comments
Touching on another hot issue in cable circles, the edge router startup adds a bandwidth boosting application controlled by the subscriber
Santur Reaches for 100-Gig
News Analysis  | 
7/27/2009  |  16 comments
Denying reports that it's struggling, tunable laser vendor Santur picks up $13 million to nurture a possible 100-Gig product suite
Ericsson: Why We Want Nortel's Wireless
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
7/27/2009  |  Post a comment
Swedish vendor makes the case for spending $1.13 billion on Nortel's wireless assets
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