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Golden Telecom (GLDN)
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Russian carrier's share price is soaring
Ciena (CIEN)
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It's in line to win a $200M contract with MCI
Foundry's Revenue: Rising Again?
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Foundry seems to be bucking the industry's recessionary trend
Cisco Systems (CSCO)
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Profits are up, but the outlook is down
Sorrento Networks (FIBR)
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Shares are up, but is it healthy?
Advanced Fibre Communications Inc. (AFCI)
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One of the few optical stocks that hasn't become a single-digit midget
Cypress Semiconductor (CY)
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Company looks for growth with new MEMs technology
Digital Lightwave (DIGL)
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Digital Lightwave's stock is hot. That's because the business in DWDM systems monitoring is booming
Sonus Networks Inc. (SONS)
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VOIP deployment is driving its prosperity
Nortel Networks (NT)
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They're the DWDM top dog -- but for how long?
Tellabs (TLAB)
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Crossconnect vendor seeks to diversify its product suite
Foundry Networks (FDRY)
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Will refocusing be enough to get this switch vendor back on track?
Extreme (EXTR)
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Sonus Networks Inc. (SONS)
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Ciena Corp. (Nasdaq: CIEN)
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Lucent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: LU)
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APA Optics Inc. (APAT)
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Avanex (AVNX)
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Harmonic (HLIT)
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ADC Telecom (ADCT)
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New Focus (Nasdaq: NUFO)
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Bookham (LSE: BHM; Nasdaq: BKHM)
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MRV Communications (Nasdaq: MRVC)
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JDS Uniphase (Nasdaq: JDSU)
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Redback Networks Inc. (RBAK)
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Sycamore Networks Inc. (Nasdaq: SCMR)
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Sycamore Networks Inc. (Nasdaq: SCMR)
Harmonic Inc. (HLIT)
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Lucent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: LU)
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Ciena Corp. (Nasdaq: CIEN)
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Ciena's powerful comeback
Excel Technology Inc. (Nasdaq: XLTC)
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Did you say profitable?
Intelect Communications Inc. (ICOM)
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5/16/2000  |  Post a comment
Intelect Communications Inc. makes optical access gear for central offices. Its stock has gained attention from those looking for small capitalization optical companies.
APA Optics Inc. (APAT)
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Bookham Technology PLC (BKHM)
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    MulteFire is the latest option for using LTE in unlicensed spectrum. As oppose to its close 'siblings', LAA and LTE-U, MulteFire operates solely in unlicensed spectrum, which enables it to offer the best of two worlds – LTE-like performance with WiFi-like deployment simplicity. In this interview, Sanjeev Athalye, Sr. Director, Product Management at Qualcomm ...
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