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CES: Cisco Unveils Master Plan for Video
LR Cable News Analysis | 1/5/2011

Wielding the network as the ultimate weapon, Cisco says it can help service providers simplify the blending of TV and Internet content

Broadcom Launches 10G EPON
News Analysis | 1/5/2011

The Teknovus acquisition, plus Broadcom's favored position with foundries, yields the first 10G EPON chip

CES 2011: AT&T Accelerates LTE Push
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/5/2011

Promises to complete its LTE rollout by 2013 and announces 20 4G devices for 2011, including smart phones from HTC, Motorola and Samsung

Microsoft's Rough Start
The Bauminator | 1/5/2011

1:05 PM CES attendees got a gander at a Windows glitch before they could even get out of baggage claim

Comcast to Stream TV to iPads, Android Tablets
LR Cable News Analysis | 1/5/2011

But until additional programming rights get hammered out, the feature will be limited to in-home streaming of live, linear networks

CES: Cisco to Unveil Internet Video Set-Top
LR Cable News Analysis | 1/5/2011

In other CES tidbits, Sony banks on swimsuit models to sell 3DTVs, VUDU streams in 3-D, and Netflix gets its own button on remote controls

Plastina Out, Prabhu In at Tekelec
News Analysis | 1/5/2011

Not such a happy new year for Tekelec as it hunts for a new CEO and warns of lower than expected 2010 sales

CES 2011: HTC 4G Phones for All!
Que Sera Sarah | 1/5/2011

10:20 AM Even AT&T, according to an ad in Rolling Stone

CES 2011: Mobile DTV Ready for Prime Time?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/5/2011

Open Mobile Video Coalition uses CES to promote free-to-air ATSC-M/H digital TV devices and services, but will anyone tune in?

Is Cisco Spread Too Thinly?
News Analysis | 1/5/2011

The question comes to mind as Cisco, its stock still hurting from a November smacking, prepares a big-deal TV announcement for CES

Euronews: Jan. 5
News Analysis | 1/5/2011

Fitch sees hard times ahead for network vendors, NSN completes Turkish deal and Russian giant gets even bigger in today's Euro digest

Rumor: Qualcomm to Buy Atheros
LR Mobile Rumors | 1/4/2011

ActiveVideo Gains a Retail Foothold
The Bauminator | 1/4/2011

3:25 PM Funai is the first CE player to take the 'CloudTV' plunge

Cable Explores Next-Gen Video
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes | 1/4/2011

Cable operators worldwide are scrambling to deliver new, advanced video services, but are coming up against bandwidth constraints

TDS Tackles Access Bandwidth Challenge
News Analysis | 1/4/2011

VDSL2 deployment is the latest in a constant series of access upgrades that TDS hopes will help it stay ahead of consumer bandwidth demand

Aptilo Buys More Policy Control Smarts
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/4/2011

Aptilo bolsters its policy control strategy with the acquisition of Service Factory and adds a new private equity investor

Priority Care: AT&T Takes On Healthcare IT
News Analysis | 1/4/2011

Light Reading looks at AT&T's strategy for attacking the $34B health-care IT market

Boxee Preps a New Over-the-Top Box
LR Cable News Analysis | 1/4/2011

Also making the cable rounds: Microsoft may take on Apple TV, Dish raises and freezes rates, and USA Today fans cord-cutting flames

The Road Ahead in Cable Tech
Technically Speaking With SCTE | 1/4/2011

11:10 AM A slate of SCTE initiatives in 2011 is poised to help cable prepare for new technologies and a wave of fresh competition

Sprint Shifts to Next WiMax Phone
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/4/2011

Sprint's third WiMax-powered smart phone, the HTC Evo Shift, got official today ahead of CES

AlcaLu Hires Senior BT Exec
News Analysis | 1/4/2011

BT's head of 21CN transformation joins his former boss at Alcatel-Lucent

Genband Snares Cedar Point
LR Cable News Analysis | 1/4/2011

Genband cements its cable play with deal to acquire VoIP gear and app specialist Cedar Point Communications

Euronews: Jan. 4
News Analysis | 1/4/2011

Ericsson, Level 3, Deutsche Telekom, Swisscom and BT all feature in today's news roundup

Verizon Gambles on Home Automation
Rewired | 1/3/2011

Home automation service still a risky bet, but Verizon's done its homework

Google TV Still Not Ready for Prime Time
LR Cable News Analysis | 1/3/2011

Google TV is panned, The Daily Show may return to Hulu, and Cablevision hikes some fees for programming and DVRs

MetroPCS Continues 4G Price War
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/3/2011

MetroPCS wants to take on Sprint and Verizon with aggressive LTE pricing plans

Verizon 4G Androids Expected at CES
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/3/2011

LTE Android smart phones from HTC, Samsung, LG and Motorola expected to be showcased at CES this week

Euronews: Jan. 3
News Analysis | 1/3/2011

Apple users sleep in, BT names FTTx competition winners, cable operator Unitymedia upgrades its broadband, and Technicolor completes asset sale

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