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Ericsson Pulls Bluetooth
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
8/31/2004  |  3 comments
Bluetooth Big Daddy abruptly announces end of the line for the standard it fathered
Juniper Gets API Happy
News Analysis  | 
8/31/2004  |  Post a comment
A new API lets Juniper's (formerly NetScreen's) SSL VPN work with a whole menu of third-party software
Nokia Takes One From Siemens
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
8/31/2004  |  Post a comment
Wins sole-supplier 3G network deal away from German rival following previous ousters
Overseas Sales Boost ZTE
News Analysis  | 
8/31/2004  |  3 comments
Share price leaps as it reports bumper first-half revenues and profits while it plots overseas expansion
Verizon FTTP: Plenty of Exits
News Analysis  | 
8/31/2004  |  10 comments
Verizon's still cranking up the market for its FTTP intiatives, but critics point to some uncertainty
Lessons From the LAN
Column  | 
8/31/2004  |  77 comments
Will Ethernet kill Sonet? History tells us it may not be that simple
Marconi Puts Crescent to Work
News Analysis  | 
8/31/2004  |  3 comments
Uses Crescent technology to develop a range of edge routers, says relationship with Laurel is still strong
Swan Dives Into WAN Acceleration
News Analysis  | 
8/30/2004  |  5 comments
A $15M Series A will fuel the latest venture from Andrew Foss, who once sold the PIX firewall to Cisco
Report: VOIP Growth Won't Benefit All
News Analysis  | 
8/30/2004  |  3 comments
Analyst firm says VOIP's a winner, but the bulk of the market won't likely flow to new-age providers like Vonage, 8x8
C-COR Opts for Optinel
News Analysis  | 
8/30/2004  |  Post a comment
Cable equipment company C-COR keeps adding to its packet posse
Aruba Grids Up
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
8/30/2004  |  6 comments
Startup gets dense with new APs and software
Tried & True? Not for VOIP
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes  | 
8/30/2004  |  Post a comment
Incumbent vendors may not be the best choice for migration of TDM voice networks to VOIP
AT&T's Marketing-Only Cable VoIP Deals
BroadBananas  | 
8/27/2004  |  Post a comment
Last week AT&T announced an agreement with CableLabs to leverage its Go2Broadband MSO service availability database. Despite the hype, it is worth noting that AT&T's cable VoIP deals are nothing more than superficial marketing pacts.
Software Inside
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
8/27/2004  |  Post a comment
It's the software inside Intel's latest WLAN chip that makes it interesting
FTTP Bulls Talk Billions
News Analysis  | 
8/27/2004  |  6 comments
Verizon hints at passing more homes, and KMI predicts FTTP's fortunes in 2009
Cisco Debuts the $1M Interface
News Analysis  | 
8/27/2004  |  3 comments
Recently circulated price lists show Cisco breaking $1M for a CRS-1 linecard and a hefty software license
Small-Biz Billions Hit the Road
News Analysis  | 
8/27/2004  |  4 comments
Federal agencies are taking a six-state bus tour to drive interest in a $2B R&D funding agenda for startups
Cisco Reroutes Traffic Management
News Analysis  | 
8/27/2004  |  2 comments
Cisco may put pieces of P-Cube in its routers. Analysts like the idea but competitors aren't so sure
Occam Adds ADSL2+
News Analysis  | 
8/26/2004  |  3 comments
Broadband loop carrier creeps behind competitors with September ship date for new data and POTS blades
Palmchip Targets Wireless NAS
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
8/26/2004  |  Post a comment
Wireless storage sounds a bit dippy, but a new company is dedicated to making it work
Adaptix Maxes on BWA
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8/26/2004  |  Post a comment
Yet another startup jumps on board the WiMax bandwagon
Net2Phone Out2Dry?
News Analysis  | 
8/26/2004  |  6 comments
A contract win for Sprint is an unsettling sign for Net2Phone's cable-MSO ambitions, analyst says
ADC Takes a Hit
News Analysis  | 
8/26/2004  |  1 comment
Krone acquisition has boosted revenues in Q3, but sluggish bottom line sends the stock slipping
Vivato Goes Wide
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
8/26/2004  |  Post a comment
Vivato's back with a new look
Mediacom Partners with Sprint on VoIP
BroadBananas  | 
8/25/2004  |  Post a comment
U.S. cable operator Mediacom Communications Corp. is partnering with Sprint to support its planned VoIP rollout starting in the first half of 2005.
FTTP Debate Heats Up
News Analysis  | 
8/25/2004  |  Post a comment
Competition will drive FTTP forward, say panelists and audience in a Light Reading Webinar
EZchip Dials Back the Speed
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8/25/2004  |  Post a comment
Chip company says its 10-Gbit/s network processors are doing fine, but the market wants slower chips
Speakeasy Plots WiMax Move
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
8/25/2004  |  Post a comment
Intel cash injection provides catalyst for market entry
Vonage Dials Up $105M
News Analysis  | 
8/25/2004  |  Post a comment
VOIP provider aims for new markets and more customers as it raises an enormous funding round
Is Microsoft Finally Carrier Grade?
News Analysis  | 
8/25/2004  |  3 comments
With Swisscom trialing its IP TV platform and SBC set to do so, has Bill Gates finally cracked the carrier market?
Cisco Renews Options Parade
News Analysis  | 
8/24/2004  |  36 comments
The printing press is running again at Cisco as employees are granted a total of 162 million stock options
ASIP Connects Quantum Dots
News Analysis  | 
8/24/2004  |  1 comment
Recently acquired subsidiary ThreeFive gets $2.5M to continue research related to better lasers
Fiber's Sticky Wicket
Column  | 
8/24/2004  |  153 comments
For most of us, FTTP’s benefits are just not worth the extra costs
Report: Session Controllers in Demand
News Analysis  | 
8/24/2004  |  Post a comment
VOIP gear sales figures show strong demand for media servers and session border controllers, says Infonetics
Fujitsu Readies WiMax Chip
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
8/24/2004  |  Post a comment
Vendor looks set for market battle with Intel
Carriers to Cash In on StarHub
News Analysis  | 
8/24/2004  |  1 comment
IPO could raise cash for overseas carrier investors and provide health check of market
Cisco Plucks P-Cube for $200M
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
8/23/2004  |  1 comment
Cisco continues building its traffic-management arsenal with the $200M pickup of P-Cube
Cisco Plucks P-Cube for $200M
News Analysis  | 
8/23/2004  |  2 comments
Cisco continues building its traffic-management arsenal with the $200M pickup of P-Cube
P-Cube Exits Top Ten
News Analysis  | 
8/23/2004  |  2 comments
As another company hits liquidity, Light Reading's editors begin work on a new Top Ten Private Companies
Report: More Lucent Cuts Ahead?
News Analysis  | 
8/23/2004  |  1 comment
Further tightening of the reins at Lucent could leave upside for future earnings, says Morgan Keegan report
Spotwave Repeats on Funding
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
8/23/2004  |  Post a comment
In-building startup scores further cash injection but keeps schtum on specifics
Sonus: Whew!
News Analysis  | 
8/23/2004  |  Post a comment
Stock rockets more than 10 percent as softswitch vendor seeks swift return to Nasdaq
Cisco Reports OSPF Vulnerability
News Analysis  | 
8/20/2004  |  8 comments
Routers running OSPF and some versions of Cisco's IOS may be susceptible to DOS attacks, the company says
Bluesocket's New Broom
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
8/20/2004  |  Post a comment
After a lengthy search, the startup finally has a new CEO, and it's looking for additional funding
Tekelec Splashes Out Again
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
8/20/2004  |  Post a comment
It's spending $56 million on an OSS firm, but can it hang on to its target's top man for once?
Inside Telcordia's Discord
News Analysis  | 
8/20/2004  |  Post a comment
An employee survey reflects sagging morale and increasing distrust in Telcordia management
Tekelec Splashes Out Again
News Analysis  | 
8/20/2004  |  Post a comment
It's spending $56 million on an OSS firm, but can it hang on to its target's top man for once?
Sycamore Signs Sprint, Seeks Help
News Analysis  | 
8/20/2004  |  Post a comment
Investors encouraged as vendor seeks external help to reinvigorate itself and names Sprint as new customer
Teradiant: Not Dead Yet
News Analysis  | 
8/19/2004  |  3 comments
The traffic-management chip vendor is up for sale but still kicking, contrary to rumors
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