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NPF Tackles Services API
News Analysis | 4/30/2003

The Network Processing Forum makes its foray into APIs for IP services

Accounting for Riverstone's Problems
News Analysis | 4/30/2003

Could the Enterasys case hold some clues to what the SEC is checking out at Riverstone?

US Incumbents Go the Distance
News Analysis | 4/30/2003

RBOCs and IXCs report inroads into each other's traditional markets. What's the real trend?

Koreans, Finns: Axis of 4G
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/30/2003

Nokia linked to Samsung in 4G network trial -- but does anyone want this anyway?

Nortel and Redback Settle Suit
News Analysis | 4/30/2003

Nortel says Redback's paying undisclosed fees in a cross-licensing agreement spawned by patent litigation

Bandspeed's Six-Eyed Gypsy
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/30/2003

Bandspeed shows off Romany-inspired segmented antenna at N+I. Talk of cake tins and hat boxes ensues

N+I: Seeing SARS?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/30/2003

Could pathophobia be keeping people away from this year's Ethernet fest, or is it the show that's dying?

Extreme Intros 10-GigE Platform
Supercomm News Analysis | 4/30/2003

Touts new chipset for 10-Gigabit Ethernet switches in an effort to counter competitors' announcements

Corvis Having a Rough Week
News Analysis | 4/29/2003

A jury says it infringed on a WDM system patent owned by Ciena -- as its revenues approach zero

N+I: Noise Report
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/29/2003

Pardon?

General Bandwidth Inks Alcatel Deal
News Analysis | 4/29/2003

Voice switch startup lands 'big brother' OEM deal, with deployment planned in SBC residential fiber project

Chambers Attacks Accounting Plans
News Analysis | 4/29/2003

Cisco CEO uses keynote to fight against treating stock options as employee compensation in accounts

Ericsson Spirals Downward
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/29/2003

Dive! Dive! Dive! Eighth consecutive quarterly loss marks baptism of fire for new CEO

Alcatel Losses Down
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/29/2003

Sales are dropping - especially in mobile - but Alcatel's cost cutting measures seem to be working

TI Beefs Up DSL Chip
News Analysis | 4/29/2003

Improvements on the CPE side make life easier for DSL providers, the chipmaker claims

Alcatel Losses Down, Outlook Drab
News Analysis | 4/29/2003

Sales are dropping, but Alcatel's cost cutting measures are working, judging by increased gross margins

Of Greed & Grubbiness
Column | 4/29/2003

Of Greed & Grubbiness – R. Scott Raynovich

Salomon Slammed in Settlement
News Analysis | 4/28/2003

Salomon's telecom research nailed in 'global settlement' between agencies and investment banks

NPU Vendors Chase Ethernet
News Analysis | 4/28/2003

With the Sonet market dry, network processor players Xelerated and AMCC eye the greener pastures of Ethernet

802.11: The New WAP?
LR Mobile Column | 4/28/2003

Intel's flash new ad campaign for Centrino could set the bar for public expectations of wireless LAN way too high

Alcatel Interworks Frame & Ethernet
News Analysis | 4/28/2003

Alcatel's latest 7670 enhancement makes it possible to offer Frame Relay and Ethernet services on the same VPN

Legra: The Perfect Prescription?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/28/2003

Legra offers remote radios in its bid to become WLAN switch startup du jour

Hutch's Weekend Hangover
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/28/2003

3G newcomer suffers double blow as parent company toys with exec and KPN turns off cash tap

Foundry Unwraps 'Mucho Grande'
News Analysis | 4/28/2003

After months of stealth, Foundry unveils details of new 10-Gbit/s Ethernet platform

Huawei Chip Deal: Who's Got It?
News Analysis | 4/28/2003

Silicon Access insists it has a contract to provide Huawei with network processors, but some say the deal's not done

Bluetooth Switch, Anyone?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/25/2003

'Dumb' access point procotol could be applied to Bluetooth and other technologies

SEC Calls on Riverstone
News Analysis | 4/25/2003

Router maker's stock plunges on news of the SEC's informal inquiry

Metro Ethernet Stirs Debate
News Analysis | 4/25/2003

Sound off! A recent Light Reading Webinar tackled the intricacies of Metro Ethernet...

Nortel Results Foster Hope
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/25/2003

Nortel brings ray of light to gloomy network infrastructure market with a bit of profit, while Siemens narrows its losses

Report: Euro Capex Decline Slowing
News Analysis | 4/25/2003

European carriers are spending less, but the worst of the downturn seems past, says Infonetics Research

Lucent Retirees Ask Questions
News Analysis | 4/25/2003

Feeling short-shrifted, they hope a constructive approach will help their cause

UWB Standards Shakedown
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/24/2003

Some companies are hoping the IEEE will kill some of the myriad proposals for the new radio technology. Splitters ahoy?

Access Point Tiff Simmers
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/24/2003

Airespace, Cisco & NTT DoCoMo propose 'thin' hotspot standard, but Trapeze likes 'em with a bit more meat...

Mellon Pressures CoSine for Sale
News Analysis | 4/24/2003

CoSine’s management team is in the hotseat as its largest institutional investor gets even angrier

Russo Takes Place of Holder
News Analysis | 4/24/2003

Lucent Chairman and CEO Patricia Russo replaces COO Robert Holder, adding his former position to her list of titles

Foundry Gets a Fed Boost
News Analysis | 4/24/2003

Business from the US government helped boost Foundry Networks' quarterly results. Are the sales sustainable?

SBC's Quarter: Growth in Key Areas
News Analysis | 4/24/2003

SBC says revenues are stabilizing; touts DSL, long distance, and wireless as key to future profits

Surprise! Nortel Earns a Profit
News Analysis | 4/24/2003

Ekes out a small gain a quarter ahead of schedule... but revenues are still falling

P2P Plagues Service Providers
News Analysis | 4/24/2003

Managing peer-to-peer file-swapping is turning into a legal and technical quagmire for service providers

IPWireless's Stuck Record
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/23/2003

Startup claims another successful trial – but still can't name a customer

Enterasys Mulls Switch Switch
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/23/2003

If it starts selling fat 802.11 switches, will that entail a diet for its access point sales?

Optical Switch Market Stirs
News Analysis | 4/23/2003

Announcements from Lucent and Sycamore raise hopes that the market for grooming switches is reviving

Cramer Cracks Canada Bell
News Analysis | 4/23/2003

Telco picks inventory mgmt specialist for revamp of back-office systems: Will this open up the RBOC sector for Cramer?

AT&T Results Are Upbeat
News Analysis | 4/23/2003

Carrier's quarter shows profit; analysts query merger talk, fret over RBOC competition

Lucent Grows Slightly, Loses Less
News Analysis | 4/23/2003

Company beats estimates for the quarter and reports a slight uptick in revenue, but won't say what the future holds

Lucent Loses a Little Less
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/23/2003

Company beats estimates for the quarter and reports a slight uptick in revenue, but won't say what the future holds

CoSine Investors Lash Out
News Analysis | 4/23/2003

Angry shareholders are urging CoSine to look for a buyer as the company reports a 58% decline in revenues

Network Photonics Shuts Down
News Analysis | 4/23/2003

It's curtains for one more all-optical startup, as execs decide to give back the remaining cash

Verizon's Wireless Growth
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/22/2003

Revenues stagnate, but the RBOC meets expectations and reports growth in wireless, DSL, bundled services

AirFlow Gets Dough, CEO
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/22/2003

Startup vet Bob Machlin lands at WLAN switch company, gets $8 million in VC funding to work with UPDATED 4/23 NOON

Nokia Passes Medical
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/22/2003

Finnish giant deemed the healthiest in examination of ailing equipment vendors

Sonus Snags $61M, Stock Tanks
News Analysis | 4/22/2003

Its secondary offering doesn't please shareholders, but CEO says it's a cushion the company needs to do bigger deals

Tahoe's VP Roundabout
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/22/2003

Wireless router company confirms that Miranzadeh is out, says ex-Crescent Networks sales VP is replacement

Verizon Earnings Don't Disappoint
News Analysis | 4/22/2003

Revenues stagnate, but the RBOC meets expectations and reports growth in wireless, DSL, bundled services

Sprint: Can You Hear Me Now?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/22/2003

Sprint ekes out a profit amid tough competition and sluggish businesses -- as revenues and guidance fall further

Aeluros Slips Into SerDes Market
News Analysis | 4/22/2003

Claims to have the lowest-power 10-Gig SerDes chip, but is that enough to beat the bigger players?

Fujitsu's Got a Grip on SBC
News Analysis | 4/22/2003

FNC says it expects to have thousands of its Sonet add/drop muxes deployed in SBC's network

Lucent Services Take a Baby Step
News Analysis | 4/22/2003

Lucent makes another move to add to its services business by signing a support contract with ADM startup Corrigent

Sprint CEO: Can You Hear Me Now?
News Analysis | 4/22/2003

Sprint ekes out a profit amid tough competition and sluggish businesses -- as revenues and guidance fall further

AirMagnet Airs 802.11 Upgrade
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/21/2003

For some reason, we decide to cover it

Laurel Targets 10-Gig at the Edge
News Analysis | 4/21/2003

Laurel has added 10-Gbit/s Ethernet and OC192 POS interfaces. Killer feature -- or overkill?

FairPoint Eats Up the Countryside
News Analysis | 4/21/2003

Rural telco makes its 29th acquisition, picking up CST for $31 million. How's it doing this?

Vivato Cheese Disses IEEE
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/21/2003

802.11 only second 'successful' networking standard to come out of IEEE 802 working group, says Vivato CEO

Headcount: Woe Be Gone
Supercomm News Analysis | 4/21/2003

Layoffs sting core router vendors and long-haul gear makers including Corvis, Xtera, and Charlotte's Web

Vitesse Courts GigE Market
News Analysis | 4/21/2003

Exbit acquisition yields first 24-port GigE switch chips, putting it in a race with Marvell and Broadcom

Telecom Debt D-Day Coming Soon
News Analysis | 4/21/2003

Nearly one third of total telecom debt coming due by 2005 is at risk for default, says Standard & Poor's

Multiservice Nirvana
Column | 4/21/2003

Multiservice Nirvana – Scott Clavenna

CLECs Strike Back at SBC
News Analysis | 4/18/2003

Z-Tel and CoreComm will seek multimillion-dollar claims against SBC following a favorable ruling by the FCC

What Price Perfection, Mate?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/18/2003

Geez! Engim claims chipset dramatically increases access point capacity, but will it prove too costly for skinflint vendors?

Corona Gets a Boost
News Analysis | 4/18/2003

Edge equipment maker gets an $8M lift and wins a deal with Alcatel

Report Pinpoints VOIP Hotspot
News Analysis | 4/18/2003

Sure, voice-over-IP's on the rise, but some applications stand out, says Allied Business Intelligence

Ipsum Takes On IP Net Management
News Analysis | 4/18/2003

A new startup has emerged on the IP network management scene. Does it have the stuff to battle Packet Design?

What's Behind the Chip Rally?
News Analysis | 4/18/2003

Shares of Broadcom and two key competitors soared yesterday. Signaling better times ahead for networking?

Is 802.11 Ready for VOIP?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/18/2003

Cisco unveils a WLAN phone, but is 802.11b infrastructure ready for voice over IP?

SBC's Wavelength Wonder
News Analysis | 4/17/2003

SBC is the latest RBOC to hype wavelength services. Is there much hope behind it?

HoneyNet Looks to Stick Hackers
News Analysis | 4/17/2003

A group of security experts has developed a second-generation toolset for setting up cyber-sting operations

Finns Flummoxed, Flopping
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/17/2003

Struggling network division drags down Nokia's Q1 results. Chief executive's name is 'Ollila.' Connection?

DoCoMo Cranks Up 3G
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/17/2003

Japanese giant trials network aimed at speeding up wireless data rates fivefold

Alcatel Spruces Up SDH Box
News Analysis | 4/17/2003

It's given its 1660 SM multiservice platform a spring cleaning, in an effort to fend off competitors with new products

Covad Bends Commissioner Martin's Ear
News Analysis | 4/17/2003

Commissioner Kevin Martin takes a meeting with Covad, raising ISP hopes that the FCC might change its tune

Net.com Turns Corner to Profits
News Analysis | 4/16/2003

After 14 quarters of losses, net.com (Network Equipment Technologies) turns a profit UPDATED 7PM

UTStarcom Reports Big Profit
News Analysis | 4/16/2003

Access and wireless gear maker ignores the telecom recession to post its best quarter ever

UTStarcom Is Booming
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/16/2003

Access and wireless gear maker ignores the telecom recession to post its best quarter ever

Enterasys Taps Tenor Assets
News Analysis | 4/16/2003

Could the enterprise switch vendor be looking to enter the carrier metro market?

Rural Telcos: The Steady Hand
News Analysis | 4/16/2003

In the byways of rural America, telecom is still profitable, according to this month's Light Reading Insider

Vitesse's PHY Chip Plans Leak Out
News Analysis | 4/16/2003

Details of two unannounced 10-Gbit/s Ethernet PHY Chips are unveiled in a Light Reading report

Chinese 3G: Open to All?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/16/2003

Analysts' predictions for 50:50 technology split could open floodgates for vendors

Bells Pinched by Pensions?
News Analysis | 4/16/2003

UBS Warburg says 84% of the Bells' declining margins in 2003 will come from pension-related costs

Pop-Up Pariahs
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/16/2003

The wireless video cameras you see in the pop-up adds can do bad things to your 802.11b network... and to your sanity

Motorola Profits From Cutbacks
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/16/2003

Reports thin profit, winning Unstrung’s ‘Top of the Class’ award

Tellabs Earnings a Downer
News Analysis | 4/16/2003

The downturn's not over by a long shot, execs say, and Tellabs must hack away at jobs as a result

Quellan Preps Signal-Smoothing Chips
News Analysis | 4/15/2003

The startup joins several others trying to make faster signals palatable to older backplanes

Qwest Heads for Convergence
News Analysis | 4/15/2003

Qwest is the latest to pledge a converged data network, but how long will the journey take?

Report: DWDM No Match for Sonet
News Analysis | 4/15/2003

Despite new carrier spending, DWDM gear won't sell like Sonet/SDH in the near term, says Insight Research

Redback Cuts, Procket Picks
News Analysis | 4/15/2003

Staff reductions and management defections mark the days before Redback's first-quarter earnings report

How Will Verizon Go National?
News Analysis | 4/15/2003

Industry eyes the largest RBOC opportunity for nationwide IP. Are surprises in store?

Motorola Eats Winphoria
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/15/2003

Motorola buys softswitch partner to offer carriers smaller, cheaper switches that can also send cell calls over IP

VCs Go Wild in Europe
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/15/2003

Europe’s venture capitalists caught the wireless bug last year, but the fever could turn nasty in 2003

Huawei: Cisco Code Is Gone
News Analysis | 4/15/2003

Huawei's got some legal arguments of its own, as it fights Cisco's plea for a temporary injunction in the US

Inkra Hops on IDS Bandwagon
News Analysis | 4/15/2003

Inkra's new data center switch adds the flavor of the month: intrusion detection and prevention features

So Extremely Sorry, Startups
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/14/2003

The crocodile weeps: Startups are DOA, reckons Extreme's switch guy

Headcount: Flack You
News Analysis | 4/14/2003

Catena hires (permanent) CEO, Aplion croaks, Haque becomes chairman at Veraz, and more

WorldCom Plans Re-Emergence
News Analysis | 4/14/2003

Can folks think of WorldCom as something other than WorldCom!? And what overall impact will the reorg have?

Nokia Readies for Huge Loss
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/14/2003

Nokia Networks receives brutal kick ahead of this week’s Q1 results

MCI's Customer Service Mystery Solved?
News Analysis | 4/14/2003

MCI may not have 'invented' customer service exec Thomas Barton after all. He exists, but hasn't worked there in years

WPA's Insecure Legacy
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/14/2003

Heavily promoted WLAN security standard cannot be supported by 802.11b equipment installed in the enterprise today

Alloptic Scores $35M
News Analysis | 4/14/2003

Ethernet PON vendor gets big new funding -- but does this really signal new action in the segment?

Trapeze's High Wireless Act
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/14/2003

Wireless LAN switch contender Trapeze comes out of stealth mode, says it has 12 months to make its mark

Chipmakers Flock to Security
News Analysis | 4/14/2003

Broadcom and other semiconductor players look to embed security features. Hifn says: 'Ho-hum'

Enter the MAN Haters
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/11/2003

Mobile broadband vendors take the recent 802.16a wireless MAN standards push outside and give it a good kicking

Lucent/Microsoft Battle Brews
News Analysis | 4/11/2003

Lucent sues Microsoft, Microsoft sues back... Is litigation over old Bell Labs patents a wise choice?

IDT Plots VOIP Play
News Analysis | 4/11/2003

Its bid for ITXC was rejected, but IDT is apparently serious about increasing its stake in this market

CIR: Fiber-to-the-Hype
News Analysis | 4/11/2003

Lose the rose-colored shades about big buildouts, CIR says. If you're looking for excitement, the FTTx market ain't it

Will WaveSmith Execs Stick Around?
News Analysis | 4/11/2003

Judging from history, it's unlikely. Meanwhile, shareholders will be looking for quick evidence of growth

Ericsson: 3G & a Danish, Please
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/11/2003

High-profile Hutchison deal provides glimmer of joy in dark week for infrastructure vendors

Juniper Boosts Spirits
News Analysis | 4/11/2003

Juniper beats expectations for Q1 earnings, says revenue will be flat or slightly up in Q2. Shares rally

Acterna Default Points to Testing Times
News Analysis | 4/10/2003

Test gear maker Acterna may wind up in Chapter 11

Capella Cashes In
News Analysis | 4/10/2003

The latest startup from Iolon's co-founder has raised $7M more to build optical subsystems

Softswitch Forum Goes Squish
News Analysis | 4/10/2003

International Softswitch Consortium drops interop testing, changes name, and starts marketing instead

IEEE Plots Speedier WLAN
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/10/2003

New standard aims to offer more than just a performance boost to 108 Mbit/s

Can AT&T Regrouping Work?
News Analysis | 4/10/2003

Does AT&T's latest management restructuring address the carrier's biggest issues?

Nokia Slashes Network Division
News Analysis | 4/10/2003

Q1 warning prompts global round of redundancies

More Finns Finished
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/10/2003

Q1 warning prompts global round of redundancies in Nokia network division

Riverstone Hitches a Ride With Marconi
News Analysis | 4/10/2003

Deal points up piggyback strategy... and the choices multiplying around Ethernet services

VCs to Revive Firstwave
News Analysis | 4/9/2003

Startup may have found a solution to its money and labor woes. Meanwhile, its only announced contract gets smaller UPDATED 4/10 1PM

Ciena Nabs WaveSmith
News Analysis | 4/9/2003

Picks up remainder of multiservice switch startup with 36 million shares of stock -- that's about $158M. Will it pay off?

Caspian Comes Out
News Analysis | 4/9/2003

Its core router has got some fancy flow-based architecture, but that may not dislodge Cisco and Juniper

Synad's Three-Way Play
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/9/2003

UK chip player ramps up 802.11 efforts, claiming a/b/g multimode capability

Hymite: It's All in the Packaging
News Analysis | 4/9/2003

Denmark's Hymite is one of a small number of component packaging startups trying to weather the downturn

Ericsson: Market Still Waning
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/9/2003

The Swedish giant blames the financial markets for the equipment sector’s woes as further cuts loom

Is Russian Opportunity Knocking?
News Analysis | 4/9/2003

Daring investors are once again eyeing telecom goldmines in the former Soviet Union. Foresight or folly?

Procket Gets Unstealthy
News Analysis | 4/9/2003

Enters battle against core router players Cisco and Juniper, says unique software and hardware give it an edge

Working for the MAN
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/8/2003

Fixed wireless group looks to emulate WLAN's success with interoperability and marketing push around 802.16a

Public WLANs: Confusion Reigns
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/8/2003

Poll results hint at uncertainty over future revenue potential of public wireless LANs

Ciena Wants WaveSmith for $170M
News Analysis | 4/8/2003

After WaveSmith gets a piece of SBC and now might have a Verizon deal, Ciena looks to pull the trigger

Kamelian Scores a Coup
News Analysis | 4/8/2003

Gets another $6.7M and a new strategic investor, even though it's an optical components startup

Cisco GSR 12000 Sent to the Edge
News Analysis | 4/8/2003

As carriers turn to faster core routers, Cisco outfits the GSR 12000s with more edge functionality

Galazar Garners $15.4M
News Analysis | 4/8/2003

Startup gave up the glamor of core switches for the more realistic market of T1s and DS3s

Jasmine Worker Accused of Trade Theft
News Analysis | 4/8/2003

A former employee is indicted for stealing trade secrets from Jasmine Networks and Silicon Wave

Is MPLS Trustworthy?
News Analysis | 4/8/2003

European broadband player Easynet wouldn't trust another carrier to deliver MPLS services to its customers

Hope in Ebbersville
Column | 4/8/2003

Hope in Ebbersville – R. Scott Raynovich

Headcount: Behold! A Wooly Yak!
News Analysis | 4/7/2003

Brecis, Ciena, and LSI Logic make cuts. Corning's Ipswich plant may be saved. And UPT buys W2Networks

Billing Software Startup Dials In $21M
News Analysis | 4/7/2003

Broadmargin claims it's profitable, and it says that enterprise and carrier billing needs are fueling growth

Bluesocket Plugs In
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/7/2003

Startup says $10 million in new funding will take it to profitability (but don't they all?)

Broadband Bottlenecks Come to a Boil
News Analysis | 4/7/2003

Issues over how to handle soaring traffic volumes in access networks are in the spotlight in Light Reading this week

Intel Flies Euro Centrino Flag
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/7/2003

Rolls out European airport ‘roadshow’ while also signing up 802.11 hotspot providers

Nauticus Dives Into the Data Center
News Analysis | 4/7/2003

Says its switches will speed up and simplify the data center, but will they stand up against the competition?

Extreme: Light Quarter, Denser Products
News Analysis | 4/7/2003

Quarterly results weren't much to write home about, but Extreme's looking toward dense GigE modules to spur biz

Airespace Takes Off
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/7/2003

Switch startup announces product and a key OEM deal with NEC

Riverstone Fuels 10GigE Price War
News Analysis | 4/7/2003

Launches switch offering full line-rate performance at $10,000 a port, denting Cisco's cost-cutting claims

Tunable Filters Tune In
NFOEC News Analysis | 4/4/2003

The tunable filter isn't as hot as it once was, but vendors continue to produce new devices

Extreme Hatches Switch Surprise
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/4/2003

Sources say vendor will enter wireless LAN switch market – and is also working on new 40-Gig (gulp!) Ethernet products

UPT Scores $50M With China Proposal
News Analysis | 4/4/2003

Generic-sounding telecom startup United Platform Technologies aims to be a powerhouse in China

Hackers Crack London WLANs
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/4/2003

'Honey pot' experiment highlights the susceptibility of enterprise 802.11b networks to attack

Extreme Hatches Switch Surprises
News Analysis | 4/4/2003

Sources say vendor will enter the wireless LAN switch market – and is at work on 40-Gbit/s (gulp!) Ethernet products

IDS Feeding Frenzy Continues
News Analysis | 4/4/2003

Network Associates's $100 million acquisition of IntruVert is further proof that security systems are hot

Équipe Loses Engineering VP
News Analysis | 4/4/2003

Steven Noyes, lead engineer at the core ATM switch startup, is leaving for another job

N+I: Congestion Problems?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/3/2003

Forget 'Sin City' – Vegas could be interference city for 802.11b users at the forthcoming NetWorld+Interop show

Many Happy Return Calls!
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/3/2003

The cell is 30 years old, but it's still actin' like a troubled youth: always getting lost, costing a fortune, obsessed with porn…

Terawave's Hushed-Up Funding
News Analysis | 4/3/2003

The business PON vendor and others weigh in on $14M round **UPDATED 4/7/03 10:00 AM**

Digital Lightwave Borrows to Pay Bills
News Analysis | 4/3/2003

An entity controlled by DIGL chairman Bryan Zwan has loaned the company some $1.9M to date

Analysys Bashes Broadband Regs
News Analysis | 4/3/2003

Regulators lack the vision needed to grapple with the many complex challenges facing mass deployment of broadband

New Edge Scouts for Telecom Scraps
News Analysis | 4/3/2003

How does an up-and-coming alternative carrier meet merger-mates? Post a want ad, that's how

CellGlide Targets GPRS Woes
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/3/2003

Startup takes on the lamentable quality of service in GPRS data networks

Finisar Acquires Genoa
News Analysis | 4/2/2003

Could Genoa's linear optical amplifier prosper with the backing of an established name? UPDATED 4/4 8AM

Mellon Pushes for CoSine Sale
News Analysis | 4/2/2003

CoSine's largest shareholder sends a strongly worded letter to the company's top brass

ProQuent: Alive and Growing
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/2/2003

The data services startup denies rumors it is shutting up shop

FCC's Martin: Ruling 'Balanced'
News Analysis | 4/2/2003

The FCC seems to have pleased no one and angered many - but Commissioner Kevin Martin insists all is swell

Neos Acquired by Power Utility
News Analysis | 4/2/2003

UK Ethernet service provider bought for $21M - about one fifth of what investors sank into the project

Alcatel Circles Tele.ring
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/2/2003

French vendor gains traction in European UMTS contract battle

C&W Puts New Duo in Charge
News Analysis | 4/2/2003

Appoints CEO and creates new role of COO in bid to reverse the carrier's fortunes, but uncertainty remains

Qwest Misses SEC Deadline
News Analysis | 4/2/2003

Qwest has delayed filing its 2002 annual report, which will include three year's worth of restated financials

Sprint Goes for Government Gold
News Analysis | 4/1/2003

Sprint says it will soon launch a separate, secure 'government-grade' network. Will the contracts follow?

Will the Asian Migration Be Profitable?
News Analysis | 4/1/2003

Vendors hope to score big in Asia, but making a profit there is like catching a tiger by the tail

Report: Cable Still Beats DSL
News Analysis | 4/1/2003

Cable sales are higher than those for DSL access lines, a report says; but MSOs need to build on their advantage

Wavesmith: Giant Killer?
News Analysis | 4/1/2003

Wavesmith looks to have beat out Lucent in one small piece of SBC's data network; can it win a bigger piece?

ADC Bags Big Billing Contract
News Analysis | 4/1/2003

Deutsche Telekom will replace multiple legacy billing systems with a single one from ADC, handling voice & data services

Forum Pushes IMS
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/1/2003

Herr Huber's hubris: IMS deployment to become widespread, despite existing uncertainty

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