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Top Ten Telecom Stocks 2007
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12/31/2007  |  Post a comment
Our top ten stocks are up a little better than 7%
Tired of the FCC?
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11/30/2007  |  Post a comment
The FCC: achieving new levels of irrelevance
Fun With Google's Market Cap
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11/15/2007  |  Post a comment
Can you pick the combo that beats Google?
The Bleeding Lights
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10/22/2007  |  Post a comment
The Top 10 Awards we didn't hand out last week
The New OSI Stack
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10/8/2007  |  1 comment
Content, the Internet, and intolerable people
Internet: Chimp or Champ?
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10/2/2007  |  Post a comment
Don't look now – the Internet is evolving
Contentinople Countdown
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9/26/2007  |  2 comments
Weird social networking sites, cartoons 'n' more...
Will Verizon Get Real?
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9/20/2007  |  Post a comment
Another service quashed by the walled garden
Top Video Sites
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9/17/2007  |  Post a comment
Readers rank the best
Losercatel?
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Pat Russo says: 'It's not the execution.' What is it, then?
Google Guys Take Moffet
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Except for the 767, they're not ostentatious
The Top CDNs
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9/12/2007  |  Post a comment
Contentinoplers pick Limelight as top dog
Veveo Vets Videos
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New video search player hopes to shake up mobile
Burn Baby Burn!
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8/28/2007  |  1 comment
Be careful before burning yourself
Where's the Joost Juice?
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8/24/2007  |  Post a comment
Has anybody gotten it to work?
FiOS Follies
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8/17/2007  |  6 comments
Will work for fiber
Market Bubbleology
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8/14/2007  |  16 comments
Telecom 2001. Subprime 2007. What's the difference?
iPhone Diary
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6/26/2007  |  Post a comment
I can't wait to get an iPhone!
Double Down on DPI?
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6/21/2007  |  1 comment
Verizon's shopping for DPI technology. Who'll win?
Sex, Drugs & No Good TV
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6/14/2007  |  Post a comment
Digital content news bonanza
Musical Service Providers
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6/6/2007  |  3 comments
Verizon to Comcast and back to Verizon. With some DirectTV thrown in, too
Verizon Akonized
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5/11/2007  |  3 comments
Steamy video gets Verizon marketing rep fired
You've Been Blackled
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5/9/2007  |  14 comments
Save energy, dress in black
Boom Times in Iowa
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5/7/2007  |  Post a comment
Bombarded with dirty phone calls – and they like it
NZ Telco Still Closeted
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4/30/2007  |  Post a comment
Telecom NZ takes issue with a Gay
Retro Telecom Chic
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4/24/2007  |  6 comments
Does your mobile handset lack gravitas?
Top Ten Stocks Update
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4/23/2007  |  Post a comment
One quarter later, and we're up!
Web 2.0 Widgets
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4/17/2007  |  Post a comment
Widgets, whining, and dining
Web 2.0 in 2007
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4/17/2007  |  2 comments
Web 2.0: Industry or dress code?
Mercedes Attacks Operator
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Some people take mobile phones too seriously
P2Dre?
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Dr. Dre's associate may be eyeing P2P
Telecom Italia: Mama Mia!
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Potential breakup gives politicos agita
Say It Ain't So, Joe
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Another 'dumb CEO' defense
Peeps Update
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4/5/2007  |  Post a comment
Ever wonder happens to Peeps in a vacuum? (probably not)
Generic Tradeshow Blog™
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3/28/2007  |  Post a comment
Bad food, good quotes, and WiMax
Freaky FCC Friday
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3/23/2007  |  1 comment
The plane is still the last refuge from cellphones
Global Telecom Tidbits
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3/21/2007  |  Post a comment
Spanning wires, cables, and towers across the globe...
Global Telecom Tidbits
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3/19/2007  |  Post a comment
Headlines, from sexy to sinister
OffStar
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3/16/2007  |  13 comments
More death of analog... and a friendly letter from OnStar
Long Live Rabbit Ears
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3/13/2007  |  1 comment
They're going the way of the 8-track
Card Graveyard
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The mysteries of the out-of-date Rolodex
Murdoch's Mint
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2/9/2007  |  4 comments
MySpace seems like a cheap deal, now
DRM Drama
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2/8/2007  |  34 comments
The world calls Steve Jobs a hypocrite
Tellabs Tell?
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2/6/2007  |  2 comments
Stock up 2%, with vague acquisition chatter
Do You Hate YouTube?
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2/5/2007  |  Post a comment
Get in line
MP3 Mocha Latte
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2/2/2007  |  Post a comment
Music downloads on every block
Boring Season
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Earnings (yawn) season: Jargon-plagued calls need spice
Zune You Later
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Device wars dominate... whither Zune?
iPhone, You Answer
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Media saturation around the globe
Google Raunch Tube
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It's mostly obscene human tricks
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From The Founder
Light Reading sits down at CES with the head of Cisco's service provider video business, Conrad Clemson, to discuss how NFV and cloud security relate to video, the challenge of managing 4K/8K traffic, the global expansion of Netflix and virtual reality.
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CLOUD / MANAGED SERVICES: Prepping Ethernet for the Cloud
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Join Us at the Digital Operations Transformation Summit

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The Digital Operations Transformation Summit on February 21, 2016 at the Crowne Plaza Barcelona Fira Centre will bring together 50 senior executives to engage in a unique debate on the opportunities and challenges presented by the transformative evolving digital landscape. RSVP now at events@lightreading.com.
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Making the Test: ADVA Ensemble Connector vs. Open vSwitch

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Light Reading, in partnership with EANTC, recently tested ADVA's Ensemble Connector, which replaces open vSwitch and offers carrier-grade capability and interoperability. The test results strengthen ADVA's credibility as a provider in the virtualization space.
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Bridging the Gap Between PoCs & Deployment in NFV

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Charlie Ashton of Wind River presents the keynote at Light Reading's 2020 Vision executive summit in Dublin.
Between the CEOs
CEO Chat With Mike Aquino

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The former CEO of Overture Networks, Mike Aquino, discusses why truly open virtualization solutions provide service providers with the greatest choice.
Shades of Ray
MWC: Buckle Up for 5G & the IIoT

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This year's Mobile World Congress looks set to be a 5G land grab and a chance to get down and dirty with the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) – but what will the 5G discussions actually be about?
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Case Study: Building China's Next-Gen TV Networks

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With over 2 billion viewers worldwide, Shenzhen Media Group is one of China's largest content producers. By partnering with Huawei and Sobey, SZMG was able to modernize media operations with the Converged News Center, a production studio that is a model for next-generation workflows.
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Quad Channel Modulator Driver with 46 Gbaud Capability from MACOM

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MACOM's MAOM-003427 is the industry's first surface-mount modulator driver with 46 Gbaud capability to support next generation 200G and 400G applications.
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Video Infographic: Validating Cisco's NFV Infrastructure

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We all know that the network of the future will be virtual, but when will virtual become a reality? This video infographic covers the four key areas in which Light Reading, in partnership with EANTC, tested Cisco's NFV infrastructure: performance, reliability, multi-service capabilities and single pane of glass management.

For the full report, see

Between the CEOs
CEO Chat With Phil McKinney, CableLabs

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At CES in Las Vegas, we met with Phil McKinney, CEO of CableLabs. Phil provides an update on the rollout of DOCSIS 3.1, his views on the future of open source and how consumer interest in virtual reality could affect network traffic.
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Ericsson CTO on the Changing Telecom Market

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At CES 2015, CTO of Ericsson, Ulf Ewaldsson, sits down with CEO of Light Reading, Steve Saunders, to discuss the changing telecom market, the new partnership with Cisco and the future of the telecom industry.
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Ireland's Data Dream

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Host In Ireland president Gary Connolly tells Light Reading's Steve Saunders about the role Ireland is playing in hosting data for the world's largest organizations.
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Brocade Keynote: Transitioning to the New IP

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At 2020 Vision in Dublin, Andrew Coward, VP of Service Provider Strategy at Brocade, presents the transition to the New IP.
Infographics
Cisco's latest VNI numbers suggest the world will be using 366.8 exabytes of data on smartphones and Internet of Things devices, up from 44.2 exabytes, in 2015.
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BETWEEN THE CEOs - Executive Interviews
The former CEO of Overture Networks, Mike Aquino, discusses why truly open virtualization solutions provide service providers with the greatest choice.
As anyone who knows me will tell you, I like to think I know a fair bit about this next-gen-comms malarkey, but there's nothing like an interview with one of the ...
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Broadband speeds are ramping up across Europe as the continent, at its own pace, follows North America towards a gigabit society. But there are many steps to take on the road to gigabit broadband availability and a number of technology options that can meet the various requirements of Europe’s high-speed fixed broadband network operators. During this radio show we will look at some of the catalysts for broadband network investments and examine the menu of technology options on offer, including vectoring and G.fast for copper plant evolution and the various deployment possibilities for FTTH/B.