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Nortel Unifies Optical
News Analysis | 6/11/2002

Brian McFadden's at the helm of all optical products, metro as well as long haul -- except for optical Ethernet

KPNQwest Buys Some Time
News Analysis | 6/11/2002

Largest European data carrier has been given a few more weeks to sell assets -- while some employees work for free

KPN Fluffs 3G Demo
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/11/2002

Details sketchy as Dutch hole up in Tokyo

Tenor Slashes Staff
News Analysis | 6/11/2002

The MPLS switchmaker may have cut as much as 40% of its staff and has closed down its Edinburgh R&D facility

Monkey Business
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/11/2002

GPRS in the Rue Morgue

Beauty Contestants Sitting Pretty
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/11/2002

Auction process unveiled as ugly cousin in Europe's UMTS license awards

Broadband: Will It Bust a Move?
News Analysis | 6/10/2002

Research from several worldwide telecom groups highlights broadband access as key to telecom's future

Gartner Sees PDA Boom
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/10/2002

The research firm says the cost of ownership of devices is rising but expects wireless boom in the enterprise

GPRS Lacks Cross-Border Clout
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/10/2002

European mobile data roaming fails to take off: revenues little more than wishful thinking

Broadcom Launches New Switch Fabric
News Analysis | 6/10/2002

Claims it's first to guarantee QOS while handling terabits-a-second of packet-based traffic

OIF Gives 40 Gig a Boost
News Analysis | 6/10/2002

Members approve interface spec that could act as a catalyst for chip developments

Juniper's Kriens: Merging Along
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/10/2002

CEO Scott Kriens says Juniper hopes to close the Unisphere deal in July and employees will know their roles

iAnywhere Pushes for Always-On
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/10/2002

Waiting for the devices and networks

VPNs Branch Out
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/10/2002

Service providers are relying on different types of VPNs to roll out their managed services

HomeRF Phones Home
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/10/2002

HomeRF admits defeat on data, looks to voice home networking

Moody's Moves on Sprint
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/7/2002

A lower-grade investment status could hamper Sprint's efforts to raise money

Moody's Moves on Sprint
News Analysis | 6/7/2002

A lower-grade investment status could hamper Sprint's efforts to raise money

Supercomm Gets Unstrung
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/7/2002

The beer was flowing and the flash bulbs were popping at Light Reading's Unstrung.com launch party at Supercomm

Supercomm Attendees Get Unstrung
Slide Shows | 6/7/2002

The beer was flowing and flash bulbs popping at Light Reading's Unstrung launch party at Supercomm

Riverstone's Sinking Shares
News Analysis | 6/7/2002

Riverstone's outlook gets more grim after an earnings warning

Sprint Targets New G Spot
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/7/2002

Meet XG, Son of 3G, the carrier's vision of wide-area wireless Ethernet

Nortel Set to Raise $1.3B
News Analysis | 6/7/2002

Nortel anticipates a much-needed $1.3B in a sale of equity and common shares. What's the downside?

Edge Routing Gets Service Friendly
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/6/2002

Cisco, CoSine, net.com, Nortel, and Unisphere all announced new service features at Supercomm this week

Working for the WLAN Dollar
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/6/2002

HOW MUCH!!!??

IoWave Begins Acquisition Spree
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/6/2002

The fixed wireless firm buys Hybrid, Sprint's MMDS kit supplier, and says that's just for starters

Nokia Talks Core Convergence
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/6/2002

We talked with Nokia at Supercomm about its infrastructure dream, and it's IP to the core

OSS Vendors Taken to Task
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/6/2002

Industry sources say OSSs are draining carrier resources. Is there hope for a better future?

Atrica Adds DWDM
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/6/2002

Atrica has integrated DWDM with its Ethernet switch. Will there be takers?

Esrey Talks Tough, Touts Future
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/6/2002

Sprint's CEO blasts shaky investors, blames defunct carriers for their own demise, trumpets his vision of the future

WorldCom Strips Down
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/5/2002

Carrier dumps the wireless resale business and eliminates 2,200 jobs; reports say thousands more layoffs are coming

Does WLAN Pose a Health Risk?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/5/2002

Range-boosting antics such as adding a Pringles® can to an antenna might prove to be unsafe

Unisphere Close to $200-300M Deal?
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/5/2002

A big RBOC deal is in the works, most likely with Verizon, sources say -- which may explain Juniper's enthusiasm UPDATED 5:20PM

Chambers Apologizes, Proselytizes
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/5/2002

Service providers have to provide much more than voice and data connections to survive, says Cisco CEO

There's an Ether-Fest at Supercomm
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/5/2002

Cisco, Nortel, Tellabs, and Sycamore are among the equipment providers running to shape Ethernet offerings for carriers

Mahi Gets a Fresh $75M
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/5/2002

St. Paul leads a gang of 12 investors in support of Mahi's combo Sonet/Ethernet metro grooming switch

Babbio Bashes Price Regulation
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/4/2002

Verizon vice chairman and president says deregulation is a must for a telecom comeback

Nortel's EDGEy Business
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/4/2002

Nortel explains it all

Intel CTO: The Future Is Here!
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/4/2002

Picture gigabit optics to the desktop: It's coming within ten years, says Eric Mentzer

Ten-Gallon Test for UMTS
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/4/2002

AT&T Wireless saddles up W-CDMA in Dallas

Optical Testing Gears Up
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/4/2002

Test equipment on display at Supercomm highlights trends toward optical Ethernet, DWDM, and multiservice metro

Mobile Storage: You Know Where You Can Stick It?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/4/2002

Sony weighs in on the mobile storage standards battle

Intel Plots Home-Grown 802.11
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/4/2002

The chip giant wants to raise its profile in the wireless market with dual-mode local-area chipsets

Tellabs Comes Ready to Play
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/4/2002

Tellabs announces product upgrades in several areas in an effort to further entrench itself with big carriers

Vendors Hold Service Creation Love-In
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/4/2002

Siemens ICN and Microsoft are among those to sign on for yet another industry collective

Laurel Scores at Level 3
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/3/2002

Laurel has finally announced a customer, but will Level 3's financial woes dampen the celebration?

Having a Flutter on the GGSNs
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/3/2002

Four startups are betting that sophisticated service nodes will provide the engine power that drives 3G services. But are the carriers buying it?

To Spinoff or Not to Spinoff?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/3/2002

That was the question at SuperComm session.

Japan's 3G Needs a Kick Start
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/3/2002

NTT DoCoMo's FOMA service hasn't been a roaring success so far - but it's early days

DoCoMo Misses World Cup Open Goal
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/3/2002

It shoots, it misses.

Unstrung – Unleashed
LR Mobile Column | 6/3/2002

Welcome to the New Unstrung.

Avaya Keeps It Simple for U.S. Soccer Team
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/3/2002

Networking without distractions.

Siemens, Alcatel Seeking Sycamore?
News Analysis | 6/3/2002

Once again, there's talk of somebody buying Sycamore, and sources say that this time a deal may be reached

AT&T Bids on KPNQwest Network
News Analysis | 6/3/2002

Bankrupt Dutch carrier says AT&T is among the companies negotiating to buy its network

Coriolis Cruises Along
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/3/2002

Edge-switch maker Coriolis adds data features to its OptiFlow products, but big incumbent contracts remain elusive

Unisphere Shoots for Service Creation
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/3/2002

Software-based services platform will compete with IP service boxes from CoSine, Nortel's Shasta, and Net.com

CoSine's Fear Factor
News Analysis | 6/3/2002

IP services gearmaker adds protection against denial-of-service attacks to its menu of security features

Apathy Attack to Blight 3G
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/2/2002

A 'we don't care' attitude among users will lead to disappointment for 3G hopefuls, says one business consultancy

Ethernet Over Copper: Now You’re Talking
Column | 6/2/2002

Ethernet Over Copper: Now You’re Talking – Scott Clavenna

Extended Systems – Stop Me Before I Buy Again
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/2/2002

Its cash splash happy.

SIA Sees Wireless Chip Growth
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/2/2002

When the chips are up.

WLAN - Snacking & Hacking
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/2/2002

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