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Cogent Stumbles Yet Again
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8/8/2008  |  Post a comment
Company loses 25% of its value in one day
New Vonage CEO Next Week?
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7/25/2008  |  Post a comment
The 15-month search could be over
It's a Dry Heat
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6/20/2008  |  1 comment
Please stop saying that
RIP Tim Russert
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6/13/2008  |  Post a comment
Sunday mornings will never be the same
Google Lunch
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6/10/2008  |  Post a comment
How to get fat
FiOS Evolves Again
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5/29/2008  |  6 comments
But not enough
I'm Sorry
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5/22/2008  |  1 comment
James Crowe is sorry for the 100% stock gain
The Best Telecom Analysts
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5/20/2008  |  Post a comment
Who made the best calls in 2007?
Light Reading Does Radio
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5/14/2008  |  2 comments
Monkeying around on NY's No. 1 music station
Does Piracy Aid Content Owners?
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5/13/2008  |  2 comments
One Internet video exec suggests it might
Wiretapping Update
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5/12/2008  |  3 comments
Are Democrats about to give in?
Telepresence in Iraq
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5/8/2008  |  1 comment
Troops reconnect with loved ones
Cable Leaps Past Telcos?
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5/7/2008  |  Post a comment
Sprint/Clearwire venture changes competitive landscape
Defining Telepresence
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5/2/2008  |  1 comment
A rough definition
Wireless Growth Slowing?
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4/30/2008  |  Post a comment
1.2 million fewer adds in Q1 2008
Strategery
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4/29/2008  |  Post a comment
More earnings season lingo fun
Heading for a Fall?
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4/29/2008  |  Post a comment
Are T and VZ doomed?
Level 3's Upswing
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4/23/2008  |  Post a comment
Should we have seen it coming?
Juniper Disses Cisco Telepresence
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4/22/2008  |  Post a comment
Umm, duh!
FiOS Myth Disspelled
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4/21/2008  |  1 comment
Another 'copper cutting' type rumor
Yahoo Gains on Google
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4/16/2008  |  Post a comment
Will Microsoft care?
Name That Stadium
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4/15/2008  |  5 comments
A required investment for telcos
Why Is VZ Paranoid?
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4/11/2008  |  Post a comment
If you can beat them, still sue them
Nice Lobby
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4/10/2008  |  Post a comment
Verizon paid for it
Landline Life Support
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4/8/2008  |  1 comment
Embarq refuses to pull the plug
More PONdering
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4/3/2008  |  Post a comment
Tier 2/3 market is getting crowded
Microsoft Stands Firm
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4/1/2008  |  Post a comment
Will not budge on Yahoo offer
RCN Calls Out Verizon
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3/28/2008  |  Post a comment
Says it's playing smokescreen games
Wiretapping on Tap Next Week?
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3/27/2008  |  Post a comment
The Senate will soon return to weigh in
A Qwest/VZ Marriage?
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3/25/2008  |  Post a comment
Another recession inducing idea
Where Is FiOS TV?
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3/24/2008  |  2 comments
NYC still waits
Guilty Telcos?
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3/14/2008  |  Post a comment
So says the House of Representatives
Telco Home Security
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3/10/2008  |  Post a comment
Qwest's new idea isn't new
Proxy Time, Part II
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3/5/2008  |  Post a comment
The MSFT/YHOO war is back on
I Admire You
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3/4/2008  |  Post a comment
Yes, you AT&T
Opposite Day
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2/21/2008  |  Post a comment
A different price war than we expected
Have You Heard About the Fiber?
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2/15/2008  |  Post a comment
Time Warner did 10 years ago!
A Giant Parade
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2/6/2008  |  3 comments
Drunk people outside my window
More 'Legal Issues' at Vonage
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2/6/2008  |  Post a comment
Chief Legal Officer departs
Tandberg Telepresence
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1/31/2008  |  2 comments
The latest installment of our telepresence tour
You're Fired
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1/28/2008  |  Post a comment
Verizon quietly lays off thousands
AT&T's Speed 'Increase'
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1/23/2008  |  Post a comment
When will a real increase happen?
Canada Loves Microsoft
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1/17/2008  |  Post a comment
MSFT scores an IPTV win
Stock Market Ironies
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1/11/2008  |  Post a comment
Tellabs a big winner out of a lot of losers
Let's Go to Prison
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1/10/2008  |  Post a comment
For affordable phone calls
Whoa Mama Bell!
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1/8/2008  |  Post a comment
AT&T CEO sends stock into tailspin
Is Telepresence Worth the Money?
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1/8/2008  |  Post a comment
Many say 'yes'
A Cable Victory
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12/27/2007  |  Post a comment
The mighty NFL blinks
Oldest. Telepresence. Ever
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12/19/2007  |  9 comments
A look at the original
My Lame Vacation
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12/14/2007  |  Post a comment
I'm glad to be back
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Networks of the future will rely on "white box" switches and servers rather than proprietary hardware and that's going to alter the shape of the communications industry. Who says so? John Chambers.
LRTV Huawei Video Resource Center
Huawei Intros Smart Device for eLTE

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Huawei has developed a secure, location-aware multimedia smartphone for its eLTE trunked radio solution, says Huawei's Norman Frisch.
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Win Video, Win All

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Video is going to be the next main source of revenue for operators. Operators have big opportunities and advantages to monetize video services. Globally, Huawei has helped more than 70 operators achieve over 30 million video subscribers. Watch this video for more.
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The Benefits of HyperScale Clouds for NFV

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Hyperscale cloud has been developed by the Internet giants to support the creation and delivery of software-based services at blistering speeds, and at the lowest possible cost. The original ETSI NFV vision was to adopt hyperscale cloud architecture and practices. This vision has become somewhat obscured along the way, due to misunderstandings about the hyperscale ...
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eLTE Rapid Meets the Need for Speed

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Designed especially for emergency and dedicated ad hoc local mobile communications coverage, Huawei's eLTE Rapid solution can deliver trunked voice, video and data coverage for multiple users over a 6km range and be set up in just 15 minutes, explains Huawei's Norman Frisch.
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On Videos: Challenges & Opportunities

3|26|15   |   5:56   |   (0) comments


Most everything is now connected. And along with 4K and 4G technologies, everyone could be creating and broadcasting video contents. Users are expecting better video experience with any screen, anywhere and anytime. Operators will meet new challenges, but also see some big opportunities.
LRTV Custom TV
JDSU: Delivering Dynamic Networks for a Personalized Experience

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Light Reading speaks to JDSU at Mobile World Congress 2015 about new solutions in the areas of HetNets, VoLTE, backhaul, virtualization, big data analytics, and real-time intelligence.
LRTV Custom TV
Smarter Service Chaining & New Ways to Benefit From Qosmos Technology

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David Le Goff, director of strategic and product marketing at Qosmos, explains how the company has added application awareness to subscriber information to make service chaining more efficient and reduce costs for networking and infrastructure. In addition, Qosmos technology, which has been delivered as C libraries, is now also available as a virtual machine, ...
Between the CEOs
Qosmos CEO: The Changing Face of DPI

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LR CEO and Founder Steve Saunders sits down with the head of Qosmos to talk about the changing state of the art in deep packet inspection technology, including its role in SDN and NFV architectures. Also, how the comms market is becoming more like the automotive industry.
LRTV Huawei Video Resource Center
FC Schalke Scores With Its Agile Stadium

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Top German soccer club FC Schalke 04 has deployed a new, agile WiFi network from Huawei in its Veltins-Arena stadium and is reaping the benefits in terms of customer satisfaction and business opportunities, explains marketing chief Alexander Jobst.
LRTV Huawei Video Resource Center
Huawei’s Insights on Mobile Video

3|24|15   |   7:51   |   (0) comments


More people than ever are now watching videos on smartphones. Seventy percent of mobile traffic will be video traffic until 2018. In this video, Huawei's exports give their insights on mobile video in terms of business model, network planning and 4G network construction.
LRTV Documentaries
The Rise of Industry 4.0

3|24|15   |   02:26   |   (9) comments


Are you ready for the fourth industrial revolution? It's a big deal for influential operators such as Deutsche Telekom.
LRTV Huawei Video Resource Center
Getting Connected With eLTE

3|23|15   |   06:04   |   (0) comments


Trunked radio communications have entered the 4G LTE world, and with Huawei's eLTE solution, can now deliver a full range of data and video services as well as push-to-talk voice, explains Huawei's Norman Frisch.
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BETWEEN THE CEOs - Executive Interviews
LR CEO and Founder Steve Saunders sits down with the head of Qosmos to talk about the changing state of the art in deep packet inspection technology, including its role in SDN and NFV architectures.
Chattanooga’s EPB publicly owned utility comms company has become a poster child for how to enable a local economy using next-gen networking technology. Steve Saunders, Founder of Light Reading, sits down with Harold DePriest, president and CEO of EPB, to learn how EPB is bringing big time tech to small town America.