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Content posted in September 2002
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Nortel: No Mercy
News Analysis  | 
9/30/2002  |  20 comments
Nortel wins a new customer and settles its lawsuit with Extreme, but analysts still give it a good slapping
Digital TV: Who'll Tune In?
News Analysis  | 
9/30/2002  |  17 comments
New digital TV gear has led to scattershot deployments. Why aren't the big fish biting?
Overture Raises $15M
News Analysis  | 
9/30/2002  |  Post a comment
Edge box maker brings in more funding and adds two new board members
MobilCom, Namedropper
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/30/2002  |  Post a comment
Troubled German operator puts 3G expansion on ice as it restructures, but it still seeks interested parties for its existing assets
Lumentis Bursts Into 3G
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/30/2002  |  2 comments
Swedish startup adds Sonet/SDH to its metro DWDM platform and announces its first customer -- Whampoa's Hi3G
IPWireless Flies the TDD Flag
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/30/2002  |  Post a comment
IPWireless pushes UMTS in the US, but can it beat the big boys?
Lumentis Bursts Into 3G
News Analysis  | 
9/30/2002  |  Post a comment
Swedish startup adds Sonet/SDH to its metro DWDM platform and announces its first customer -- Whampoa's Hi3G
SBC's Fed Up, But So Are Its Critics
News Analysis  | 
9/27/2002  |  77 comments
Regulations are to blame for massive layoffs and capex cuts, SBC says. Analysts say its the bad business model
Two Suppliers Cozy Up to Sprint
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/27/2002  |  Post a comment
It's a tale of two press releases, with both Sun and Openwave claiming to 'power' the new services from Sprint PCS
CWDM On the Move
News Analysis  | 
9/27/2002  |  5 comments
Coarse WDM is supposed to bust the metro bottleneck. First, it must bust its own ** UPDATED 9/30 1:50 PM **
Startups Prepare for Pitchfest
News Analysis  | 
9/27/2002  |  51 comments
What's it take to get funding in this environment? A group of Texas startups is about to find out
3G Redefined, Finnish Style
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/27/2002  |  1 comment
Goalposts are shifted to meet a deadline as Nokia and Sonera get together for a next-gen jamboree
Cisco, QLogic Top Optical Oracle Charts
News Analysis  | 
9/27/2002  |  16 comments
Optical Oracle ranks the companies most likely to prosper in a turnaround: You may be surprised by the results
Juniper Still Working Verizon Deal
News Analysis  | 
9/27/2002  |  11 comments
Edge-routing contract near closure, but it will likely be a lot less than most people expect
What's the Wireless Router Market Worth?
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/26/2002  |  Post a comment
The Wireless Oracle takes on this thorny topic in this month's comprehensive overview of the wireless router market
Nokia: Hurry Up and Wait
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/26/2002  |  Post a comment
Nokia launches its first dualmode 3G handset with fanfare, then says: 'Now
hang on 'til next year'
Name the Monkey!
Column  | 
9/26/2002  |  144 comments
Name the Monkey and Win Valuable... well... Tolerable Prizes!
Name the Monkey!
News Analysis  | 
9/26/2002  |  Post a comment
...and Win Valuable... well... Tolerable Prizes!
Nortel Outlook Worsens
News Analysis  | 
9/26/2002  |  21 comments
Depressing, indeed. Expected, yes. Can Nortel do anything new and interesting to lighten its load?
Coretek Is Closed
News Analysis  | 
9/26/2002  |  50 comments
Another day, another Nortel acquisition bites the dust
Altamar Cans Its Optical Switch
News Analysis  | 
9/25/2002  |  12 comments
Its parent, Ditech, will focus on optical transport subsystems instead
Did Qwest Qwash Morgan's Analysts?
News Analysis  | 
9/25/2002  |  1 comment
A Congressional hearing on Qwest and GlobalX's capacity swaps turns up tussle with Morgan Stanley
Austria Claims Euro 3G First
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/25/2002  |  Post a comment
Incumbent Mobilkom arms 'friendly users' with singlemode devices to use on the carrier's live UMTS network
Grubman Gets New Suits
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/25/2002  |  Post a comment
Former Salomon Smith Barney analyst gets hit with another lawsuit after his former firm gets a $5M fine
Grubman Gets Some New Suits
News Analysis  | 
9/25/2002  |  2 comments
Former Salomon Smith Barney analyst gets hit with another lawsuit after his former firm gets a $5M fine
IPAG Bags $4.4M for 40-Gig Chips
News Analysis  | 
9/25/2002  |  Post a comment
German startup IPAG gets another €4.5 million to develop high-speed receiver circuits
Metro DWDM: What's Ahead?
News Analysis  | 
9/25/2002  |  16 comments
The latest report in Light Reading's series on metro networks details DWDM's role as a bottom-line booster
Williams Settles With SBC
News Analysis  | 
9/25/2002  |  Post a comment
Williams has settled a conflict with customer SBC, but faces other hurdles to emergence from Ch. 11
Hutchison Inches Closer to 3G
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/25/2002  |  Post a comment
First batch of phones arrives early in month to kickstart 'phased rollout' of 3G in the UK
Sun Always Shines on MID P
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/25/2002  |  Post a comment
Sun says upgrade to the mobile Java device profile should make handset compatibility issues a thing of the past
Mobile .Net Goes Vertical
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/24/2002  |  Post a comment
We still wonder what mobile .Net is exactly, but HP has been telling us how it's been using the 'architecture'
Carrier Spending Hopes Dim
News Analysis  | 
9/24/2002  |  31 comments
This quarter's capex will likely yield another sequential dip, and 2003 isn't looking so hot either
Cisco's Learning Experience
News Analysis  | 
9/24/2002  |  4 comments
Cisco-backed carriers aren't too successful, but service provider wins might be worth losing a few million
Siemens Restructures ICN
News Analysis  | 
9/24/2002  |  2 comments
Siemens is consolidating its carrier business, reducing its headcount by 2,300. But is it enough?
Marconi Modifies SDH Stance
News Analysis  | 
9/24/2002  |  Post a comment
Last week, it said it was ditching Sonet in favor of SDH. This week, it begs to differ
Palm Has Visions of Sugarplums
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/24/2002  |  Post a comment
The company is hoping the holiday season and new product revisions will yank it out of the doldrums
Orange Boss Pleads for Peace
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/24/2002  |  Post a comment
Orange CEO says wireless industry players must 'cooperate, collaborate, and compromise' to further the common cause
Cisco-Backed Cambrian Is Bankrupt
News Analysis  | 
9/23/2002  |  19 comments
Startup carrier files for Chapter 11 protection; owes Cisco nearly $69 million
CoSine Sells VPN Combo to China Netcom
News Analysis  | 
9/23/2002  |  4 comments
CoSine looks to market itself as a box that slices VPNs and dices MPLS, while tossing in a bit of IPsec
Poll Shows Divisions Over IPv6
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/23/2002  |  4 comments
Poll respondents agree to disagree over that trickiest of wireless topics: Do we need IPv6?
Qwest's Amazing Shrinking Revenues
News Analysis  | 
9/23/2002  |  5 comments
Will restate at least $950M in revenues related to capacity swaps: Only the beginning, observers say
Marconi Adds 'c' to Its OC192
News Analysis  | 
9/23/2002  |  58 comments
Says it's first to offer ATM over OC192c in a multiservice platform. Important? UPDATED 9/24 12:20PM
Agere Unveils 'Universal' Framer
News Analysis  | 
9/23/2002  |  Post a comment
Agere's latest chip appears to be first to handle the full range of Sonet data rates, from OC3 to OC192
Modest in Victory
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/23/2002  |  Post a comment
Ericsson wins GSM kit deal extension with French operator, but deems it too insignificant to mention publicly
Fashion Victim
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/23/2002  |  Post a comment
Austria forgets that auctioning spectrum to mobile operators is no longer the Zeitgeist
Who Will Pick Up Polaris?
News Analysis  | 
9/20/2002  |  54 comments
Close to a deal with AT&T, Ma Bell wants it to have a big partner. Could it mean M&A with Cisco or Ciena?
Cisco's Fine Young Cannibal
NFOEC News Analysis  | 
9/20/2002  |  10 comments
Cisco's new optical metro switch created some buzz at NFOEC. But it might also replace its own ADMs
Nufern: Independence Is Key
NFOEC News Analysis  | 
9/20/2002  |  Post a comment
Nufern is positioning itself as an independent specialty fiber vendor, but is anyone buying?
T-Mobile's Danger Money
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/20/2002  |  11 comments
The carrier will bust price barriers with its Sidekick device launch, but will no one think of the ARPUs?
Black Friday: More Layoffs Loom
News Analysis  | 
9/20/2002  |  273 comments
Alcatel, Avici, and Ciena closed the week with dire news. Where's that bottom? UPDATED 3PM
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