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Forecasting 4G Fortunes
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes  | 
9/30/2008  |  Post a comment
In an ultra-competitive and over-supplied wireless infrastructure market, is there any future for smaller 4G vendors?
CableLabs Stamps Panasonic TVs
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
9/30/2008  |  4 comments
Panasonic gets the green light to market two tru2way-powered HD screens at retail in time for the 2008 holiday season
Fujitsu Brings Flashwave to Europe
News Analysis  | 
9/30/2008  |  1 comment
With Verizon as its flagship customer, Fujitsu tries its Flashwave hand in Europe, though it knows it has its work cut out
On a Lighter Note...
Monkey Bidness  | 
9/30/2008  |  2 comments
Moo!
Huawei Raises the Optical Stakes
News Analysis  | 
9/30/2008  |  8 comments
Chinese vendor unveils two new optical boxes, including a 1.28 Tbit/s DWDM switch and a 10 Gbit/s GPON prototype
Nokia Goes to OZ
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/30/2008  |  2 comments
This isn't Kansas, anymore – Nokia announced plans to buy Montreal-based mobile messaging specialist OZ
Huawei, VOD Go Soft in the RAN
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/30/2008  |  1 comment
Huawei and Vodafone unveil development of a software-defined radio for a multimode GSM/WCDMA base station
Predictable Survey Says…
The Bauminator  | 
9/30/2008  |  Post a comment
People don't like consumption caps. Sorry, Comcast
Broadband Users Oppose Bandwidth Caps
News Analysis  | 
9/30/2008  |  5 comments
But survey says some may be willing to pay for guaranteed QOS for applications
Don't Tap My Phone, Don't Tap My Internet
Column  | 
9/30/2008  |  Post a comment
Deep packet inspection threatens a fundamental right to privacy
Cellular Empire Strikes Back – With Marketing
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/30/2008  |  2 comments
Cellular operators, laptop makers, and chipset suppliers join forces to promote devices with embedded 3G mobile broadband
A XOHM Timeline
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/29/2008  |  Post a comment
How Sprint's WiMax plans got here from there
PMC's Wireless Connection
Craig's A-List  | 
9/29/2008  |  Post a comment
An old optical name takes to the air
DirecTV Wins AT&T Sweepstakes
TelcoTV Thoughts  | 
9/29/2008  |  Post a comment
What’s next for Dish Network?
TiVo Goes PC
The Bauminator  | 
9/29/2008  |  Post a comment
And pre-empts the 'CablePC?'
XOHM WiMax Is Finally On
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/29/2008  |  8 comments
Sprint finally launches first WiMax network in Baltimore
DPI (Hearts) LTE
Craig's A-List  | 
9/29/2008  |  Post a comment
Preparing for the flood
CDNs Coming Together
News Analysis  | 
9/29/2008  |  Post a comment
Consolidation in the content delivery space could be imminent, according to attendees at Streaming Media West last week
DirecTV's Gain Could Result in Dish Losses
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
9/29/2008  |  8 comments
Analyst says Dish Network is in store for a rough ride in 2009 after AT&T picks DirecTV as its long-term satellite TV bundling partner
Big Ben Plays It Safe
EuroBlog  | 
9/29/2008  |  Post a comment
AlcaLu's Ben Verwaayen fails to thrill
Telecom Italia Tunes In Cisco for Web TV
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
9/29/2008  |  Post a comment
Broadband service provider is powering Yalp!, its free Internet video hub, with a Cisco platform that cooks in Adobe's Flash platform
ADVA Unleashes WDM-PON
News Analysis  | 
9/29/2008  |  1 comment
ADVA unveils a WDM-PON system that aggregates backhaul traffic and enables symmetrical 100 Mbit/s broadband access
Hello XOHM
Wireless Bits  | 
9/29/2008  |  1 comment
Big day for Baltimore
Web Video Audience Doubles
Contentinople  | 
9/26/2008  |  Post a comment
Percentage of people who watch broadband video streamed through a Web browser doubles
The Friday Five
The Bauminator  | 
9/26/2008  |  Post a comment
Calling attention to a handful of other cable-related things that happened this week
Zeugma Spins a Remix
News Analysis  | 
9/26/2008  |  2 comments
The startup has laid off some hardware staff but says it's hiring on the software and applications front
Nokia Siemens Shares Ethernet Secrets
News Analysis  | 
9/26/2008  |  3 comments
Nokia Siemens Networks expands its carrier Ethernet portfolio with new products and reveals a 'secret sauce' development
P2P Still Behind in Video Distribution
News Analysis  | 
9/26/2008  |  1 comment
Despite some growing acceptance, peer-to-peer still isn't a go-to technology for video distribution
RIM Posts $492 Million 2Q Profit
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/26/2008  |  1 comment
BlackBerry maker is still the dominant leader in US smartphone sales and is making headway around the globe
OSS Company Considers Content
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
9/26/2008  |  Post a comment
CSG is pitching a Silverlight-based system designed to help studios, TV nets, and other content owners sell and promote videos via the Web
Lifting the Fog on RFOG
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes  | 
9/26/2008  |  2 comments
Will the cable industry's coming 'Radio Frequency over Glass' standard drive MSOs to put more fiber in their diet?
Chambers: $3 Million Man
Craig's A-List  | 
9/26/2008  |  Post a comment
Judges give him a 1.28
G1 Is Just the Start for Android
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/26/2008  |  5 comments
The Android phone won't be alone for long, as other vendors are believed to be working on devices
Fuzzy Bailing
Monkey Bidness  | 
9/26/2008  |  4 comments
'We just wanted a really large number'
CableLabs Chief Bows Out
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
9/26/2008  |  2 comments
Dr. Richard Green is to retire in late 2009, meaning CableLabs will be seeking a new chief for the first time in its 20-year history
Level 3 Increases CDN Capacity in Asia/Pac
News Analysis  | 
9/25/2008  |  Post a comment
Also adds encoding to suite of services
Verizon Talks GMPLS, 100-Gig
News Analysis  | 
9/25/2008  |  4 comments
It's a big optical week for the carrier, which is releasing some trial results
Carrier Ethernet Thunder: ESE & CESR
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes  | 
9/25/2008  |  Post a comment
Recent months have seen a sizzling Ethernet service edge market and a dazzling array of carrier Ethernet switch/router product news
iPhone Myopia & Google Android Euphoria
BelkBlog  | 
9/25/2008  |  2 comments
Look at the bigger picture
FCC Considers 700 MHz D Block Price Drop
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/25/2008  |  1 comment
Originally priced at $1.3B, the 700 MHz D Block of spectrum is used by police and firefighters
Maverick Twists & Turns
Monkey Bidness  | 
9/25/2008  |  Post a comment
News-hounds befuddled, but impressed
Comcast Covering Its Bases
TelcoTV Thoughts  | 
9/25/2008  |  Post a comment
NetVideo investments provide a hedge for the future
Ethernet Pro Joins AlcaLu
EuroBlog  | 
9/25/2008  |  Post a comment
Former Atrica stalwart joins AlcaLu's IP division
Sling Places Hi-Def Bet
The Bauminator  | 
9/25/2008  |  Post a comment
New place-shifting device can send hi-def streams outside the house – provided you have a relatively beefy 1.5 Mbit/s upstream connection
Huawei Seen as Likely Nortel Suitor
News Analysis  | 
9/25/2008  |  23 comments
Who might buy Nortel's Metro Ethernet Networks division? We surveyed executives from the carrier Ethernet sector – they said Huawei
Android on WiMax in 2009?
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/24/2008  |  15 comments
Analyst report adds more color to talk that Android devices could be available for WiMax networks in 2009
Roku Opens Up
Contentinople  | 
9/24/2008  |  Post a comment
Roku's not just for Netflix any more, ISP execs warn of tiered pricing, The AP goes with thePlatform, and teens ditch TV for the Web
Harris Does WiMax
Wireless Bits  | 
9/24/2008  |  Post a comment
Microwave transport specialist gets in the WiMax game
Sweet Music for Overture
EuroBlog  | 
9/24/2008  |  Post a comment
Ethernet player lands COLT gig
Que Syrah Sarah
Monkey Bidness  | 
9/24/2008  |  Post a comment
Chile's wine industry takes a hit
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