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The Toilet Bowl
Monkey Bidness  | 
9/30/2009  |  4 comments
6:15 PM Flush it
Gateway to (Video) Heaven?
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes  | 
9/30/2009  |  Post a comment
Equipment vendors are increasingly touting the video gateway as the best way for MSOs to deliver IP video to the home
Bye Bye Hub
Jonestown  | 
9/30/2009  |  Post a comment
5:15 PM Strange IP home phone concept goes to a better place
Router Picks
Craig's A-List  | 
9/30/2009  |  Post a comment
4:40 PM It's a Top Picks standoff: Cisco, Juniper, AlcaLu, Huawei
Comcast 'Cavalry' Rides Into Pittsburgh
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
9/30/2009  |  Post a comment
Steeler country among markets next in line to become part of Comcast's big, $1B bandwidth reclamation project UPDATED 5:50 PM
TWC, FCC Settle Switching Spat
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
9/30/2009  |  Post a comment
MSO to pay $25,000 to help settle federal allegations that its Hawaii system didn't give adequate notice about its deployment of SDV
Telefónica Kicks Off LTE Trials
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/30/2009  |  3 comments
Telefónica takes the LTE world by storm with the announcement of a six-country trial project
Femtos' Hard Cell
LR Mobile Column  | 
9/30/2009  |  Post a comment
The femtocell industry has made significant progress toward resolving technological issues, but there is still much work to be done
Bharti, MTN Abandon $23B Merger
News Analysis  | 
9/30/2009  |  Post a comment
South Africa's government blamed for breakdown in monster merger
Huawei's New Prime Time Attraction
EuroBlog  | 
9/30/2009  |  1 comment
8:30 AM Lights, camera, action! Matt Bross is back in business
Matt Bross Joins Huawei as CTO
News Analysis  | 
9/30/2009  |  12 comments
Chinese vendor hires BT's former CTO to help crack the North American market
Femtos Promise Big But Cost Too Much
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/30/2009  |  Post a comment
The femtocell market is still suffering from growing pains, the latest edition of Unstrung Insider finds, but 4 million home base stations could be shipped in 2010
Will LTE Break the Bank?
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/30/2009  |  Post a comment
New figures from Aircom detail just how much it will cost to roll out an LTE network in the first year
CableCARD Update
The Bauminator  | 
9/29/2009  |  Post a comment
5:45 PM 16.71M 'operator-supplied' boxes have CableCARDs, but just a fraction of the security modules can be found in retail devices
100-Meg Price Tag: $350B
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
9/29/2009  |  7 comments
Giving 100-Mbit/s broadband to every US home sounds nice, but the FCC says it won't come cheap
Prysmian Girds Its M&A Loins
EuroBlog  | 
9/29/2009  |  Post a comment
5:00 PM French cable specialist has some acquisition bullets and an itchy trigger finger
Sprint & Verizon All Quiet on 3G Femto Front
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/29/2009  |  Post a comment
After AT&T's soft launch, there's not much 3G femto chatter from the other two major wireless carriers
Another Operator Shuns Tru2way
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
9/29/2009  |  5 comments
Buckeye CableSystem is eager to deploy advanced interactive services, but less eager to deploy tru2way, another sign that the CableLabs platform is best suited for big operators
Further Tragedy at FT
EuroBlog  | 
9/29/2009  |  7 comments
12:50 PM News of another suicide among France Telecom's ranks
Top Picks Update: Consumer Services
Wireless Bits  | 
9/29/2009  |  Post a comment
12:15 PM Here's the latest news on the Top Picks Consumer Services category
ITU Telecom: LTE in China
AsiaBlog  | 
9/29/2009  |  Post a comment
10:30 AM China Mobile brings its plans to Geneva
French Still Slow on FTTH Uptake
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
9/29/2009  |  Post a comment
The French FTTH market has yet to find its feet, with consumers more keen, it would seem, on next-gen cable broadband services
BBT Preps Its Own CableCARD
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
9/29/2009  |  Post a comment
A successful effort by the MSO consortium could lead to partnerships with TiVo and other CE companies that make gear with CableCARD slots
AsiaWatch: NTT Revamp Rumors
News Analysis  | 
9/29/2009  |  Post a comment
The Japanese market is buzzing with talk over NTT's future, India plans spectrum bonus for 3G auction winners, and more from APAC
AT&T, Google Square Up
EuroBlog  | 
9/29/2009  |  Post a comment
6:35 AM Giants engage in voice services spat
iPhones aPlenty for Brits
Wireless Bits  | 
9/29/2009  |  Post a comment
5:00 AM Vodafone gets in on the iPhone act in the UK and Ireland
Our Kyte.tv Channels
The Philter  | 
9/28/2009  |  Post a comment
5:10 PM Here are our kyte.tv channels for CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment in San Diego
Evolution's Expanding DTA Universe
The Bauminator  | 
9/28/2009  |  Post a comment
4:40 PM Company seeks FCC OK on three more devices, including one capable of running on Moto- and Cisco-based cable systems
IPTV Hits Vietnam's Screens
AsiaBlog  | 
9/28/2009  |  Post a comment
3:20 PM VNPT takes IPTV to Hanoi under the MyTV brand
Huawei Takes On US Set-Top Market
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
9/28/2009  |  4 comments
Chinese giant's North American subsidiary seeks FCC blessing for two 'limited capability' cable set-top boxes
ITU Telecom: Occam Boards Euro FTTx Train
News Analysis  | 
9/28/2009  |  1 comment
The ITU event might not be the launch pad it used to be, but Occam is using it to penetrate the European fiber access equipment market
Nokia Buys Social-Networking Startup
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/28/2009  |  Post a comment
Nokia buys small social-networking travel startup Dopplr as it beefs up its mobile Web services credentials
Top Picks Update: Video Infrastructure (Part II)
The Bauminator  | 
9/28/2009  |  Post a comment
12:55 PM Here's a quick rundown of what's shaking in the cable technology/IPTV category
Packet Optical Transport Goes for the Long Haul
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes  | 
9/28/2009  |  Post a comment
The packet-optical transport market is at the very beginning of a significant migration: moving into the long haul
Cable's 'Dumb Pipe' Dilemma
The Cable Pipeline  | 
9/28/2009  |  Post a comment
11:50 AM MSOs must innovate and embrace a new generation of apps and services if they expect to win over the customer of the future
O2 UK Loses iPhone Monopoly
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/28/2009  |  Post a comment
Orange UK muscles in on iPhone action and will start selling the devices before the end of this year
Verizon Wants LTE All at Once
Wireless Bits  | 
9/28/2009  |  Post a comment
8:15 AM Verizon aims to turn up LTE networks across the US next year
Ciena Catches Packet/Optical Convergence Bug
News Analysis  | 
9/28/2009  |  1 comment
Ciena's CoreDirector gets an upgrade, but it's the 5400 family of switches that represents Ciena's future in packet-optical transport
AsiaWatch: Unicom Preps iPhone Launch
News Analysis  | 
9/28/2009  |  Post a comment
China Unicom will start selling the iPhone this week and is buying a chunk of its own shares for nearly $1.3 billion, plus other news
Evolution Passes on Tru2way
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
9/28/2009  |  Post a comment
Evolution says broadband-connected, interactive TiVo DVRs offer the best economic alternative for small- and mid-sized cable MSOs
Huawei Ups the HSPA+ Stakes
News Analysis  | 
9/25/2009  |  2 comments
Huawei promises commercial release of 56-Mbit/s HSPA+ in 2010 after successful demo of the speed boost using multiple antenna and clever radio techniques
RIM Gains Mainstream Status
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/25/2009  |  Post a comment
RIM added 3.8M new BlackBerry users in Q2
The Android Shopping List
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/25/2009  |  Post a comment
Unstrung charts the rise of Android in 2009, with over 10 devices expected on the market by early next year
This Week in WiMax
Kaps Korner  | 
9/25/2009  |  Post a comment
3:20 PM Neutrality, Clearwire's new best friend
EuroWatch: Mobile Carriers Embrace Web 2.0
News Analysis  | 
9/25/2009  |  Post a comment
Europe's mobile operators are adapting to the potential offered by Web services, while it's all kicking off in France
Cisco's Pure Digital Looks to Expand Overseas
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
9/25/2009  |  Post a comment
Networking giant is making overseas expansion is a high priority for its consumer digital camera business
AsiaWatch: Orange Alert!
News Analysis  | 
9/25/2009  |  Post a comment
Orange Business Services is beefing up its presence in Asia/Pacific, WiMax is all the rage, and other news from the region
Infinera: Thinking Packet-Optical?
News Analysis  | 
9/25/2009  |  4 comments
Packet transport might be the next thing for the optical company, and it's possible Huawei beat Infinera on price, not 40G, at Level 3
Will Intel Go Inside Cable Multimedia Gateways?
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
9/25/2009  |  Post a comment
A new media processor from Intel with Flash Player 10 support is a candidate for new class of IP-capable cable gateways expected in 2011
Recovery Act: WiMax Hunts for Broadband Bucks
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
9/24/2009  |  Post a comment
Clearwire wants a 'modest' $39.7M in grants, just one WiMax operator among a herd that are seeking broadband stimulus funds
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