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Content posted in January 2005
Cash 'n' Carry
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1/28/2005  |  4 comments
When the fat cats get bored, the bored go shopping
Eurobites: Pump Up the Broadband
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1/24/2005  |  Post a comment
Europe's operators are upping their broadband investments – and their interest in each other
The ATCA Chain Reaction
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1/20/2005  |  Post a comment
Chalk (another) one up for telecom's bean-counters
Telco Processing Revolution
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1/19/2005  |  4 comments
Juniper and Lucent, an IP love story
Eurobites: Who's Eatin' Whom
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1/11/2005  |  Post a comment
Carriers line up their targets, KPN gets its wrist slapped, and there's courtroom drama in Finland!
2005 Un-Predictions
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1/6/2005  |  30 comments
Stuff that won't happen in 2005

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