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Will CoSine Get Carved Up?
News Analysis | 11/4/2004

CoSine's future is still uncertain, though it could still be bailed out

Bring a Friend, Learn Sonet
The Philter | 11/4/2004

Video in Demand
Column | 11/4/2004

Whether it's via FTTN or FTTP, service providers need video to compete

This Is Really What PR Sounds Like
The Philter | 11/4/2004

ProQuent Ain't Spent
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/4/2004

Startup touts UK carrier deal as proof of life

Report: NTT Plans FTTH Blowout
News Analysis | 11/4/2004

Unconfirmed report suggests a near $50B fiber network expansion by Japan's NTT in the coming five years

Asset Writedown Hurts MCI
News Analysis | 11/4/2004

Carrier reports net loss of $3.4 billion in Q3 as it cuts the value of its network

Time Warner Cable Q3 Results Lack Sizzle
BroadBananas | 11/3/2004

While Comcast and Cox Communications reported record-setting results for quarterly cable modem subscriber additions in Q3, Time Warner Cable managed only to improve over its horrific Q2 performance.

AFC Working on Alltel Contract
The Philter | 11/3/2004

Wails From Wales
The Philter | 11/3/2004

Headlines & Legends
The Philter | 11/3/2004

Kagoor Gets Hot With Lucent
News Analysis | 11/3/2004

Lucent signs reseller deal with session border controller vendor, supplies kit to Israeli operator Hot Telecom

Cisco CTO Whips WiMax
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/3/2004

Giancarlo says Cisco is picking ultrawideband over WiMax, calls powerline broadband a 'non-market'

Continuous Computing Opens Up
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/3/2004

Previously muted vendor talks up customer wins amid mumblings of future public offering

Cisco CTO Whips WiMax
News Analysis | 11/3/2004

Giancarlo says Cisco is picking ultrawideband over WiMax, calls powerline broadband a 'non-market'

OSS Firms in M&A Frenzy
News Analysis | 11/3/2004

With Evolving and Azure both buying, the telecom software market is consolidating – and none too soon

Redux, Lycium Tie the Knot
News Analysis | 11/3/2004

Two Israeli companies developing pseudowire chips have decided to join forces

Kinder, Gentler, Wireless Video
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/2/2004

Avaya's new technology could make you a better person... or something

Crook Indicted by FBI
News Analysis | 11/2/2004

Jerry Crook steps down as CEO of Cramer Systems as he's charged with securities fraud at a previous firm

Report: Chiaro Courting ECI
News Analysis | 11/2/2004

The core-router startup might have found a big ally, as ECI might be considering an acquisition

Juniper's Wireless Hole
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/2/2004

Where is Juniper's enterprise wireless LAN strategy?

Scary Terry
The Philter | 11/2/2004

Another Reason to Vote
The Philter | 11/2/2004

Post-Election FCC Makeover Likely
News Analysis | 11/2/2004

No matter who wins today, changes are coming at the Commission. Is Copps the 'Grim Reaper'?

Allot's 5-Gbit/s Gamble
News Analysis | 11/2/2004

With 5-Gbit/s throughput, Allot's new traffic manager is fast indeed. But is it too early to be relevant?

Proxim's WiMax Path
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/1/2004

Proxim updates broadband wireless line as it looks forward to WiMax

Bandwidth9 Sells Assets
News Analysis | 11/1/2004

NeoPhotonics, which loaned cash to the beleaguered laser company, now owns the intellectual property

Work Poll: Offshoring Gathers Steam
News Analysis | 11/1/2004

Our readers say that offshoring isn't going away anytime soon...

VSNL Buys Tyco's Subsea Network
News Analysis | 11/1/2004

Indian op pays fraction of build cost for Tyco's subsea network, but it still might not be a bargain

Valley Wonk: Chips Are Down
Column | 11/1/2004

Watch what chipmakers do, not what they say

Starent Confirms Virgin Deal
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/1/2004

As predicted here, wireless router startup notches up another carrier win

ZTE Nears HK IPO
News Analysis | 11/1/2004

As it boosts its revenues and profits, ZTE gets approval from Chinese regulator to list shares in Hong Kong

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