Going into the next week's Network Processors Conference, Intel and Sandburst have wins to brag about
Says CDMA2000 1xRTT data mediation service will go live 'in a few weeks'
What will carriers call their wireless VOIP services now that Nextel has a trademark on Push to Talk™?
Cisco exchanges $260 million in debt for more equity so that Cogent can avoid bankruptcy
The bubble looks to be full of hot air
Respondents to our latest poll think the RBOCs should cultivate their own gardens
Internet traffic is still growing strong... if only somebody could figure out how to make money on it
Meta's Kozup says Cisco's SWAN plans give switch startups a window to try and sell product
Siebel is rumored to be interested in NightFire's number portability software. How so?
Multiservice provisioning platform vendor couldn't convince investors to keep it going
With the Vivace deal Tellabs is running to the multiservice switching market; analyst Steve Levy sees upside
OSS firm is rabid about its cancelled contract with operator Hutchison 3G UK
Ireland's Network 365 gets $12M third round to build on a big breakthrough in the Japanese market
The CLEC market's been battered but remains a formidable challenge to incumbents, says KMI Research
The American and Chinese manufacturers have taken the first steps in their joint venture in the United States
But QAM promoters say losing in the line code tests doesn't mean they'll lose in the marketplace
A cellular/WLAN phone will be the company's first significant move into the crowded 802.11 enterprise market
Ericsson is leading the charge on a proposed open interface spec that might trip up Nokia and followers
The capex crunch has made its way to Asia/Pac, says Infonetics. But pockets of big spending persist
Spruces up its customer premises VPN products by making better use of existing technologies
More cash means the startup can continue pursuing the dream of extending 10-Gbit/s reach
Hedge fund hires an investment banker to shop CoSine to potential buyers
A recent rush of stock acquisitions by top execs makes for a puzzling case
Startup is developing software that can optimize WLAN networks and cut down on inteference problems
Financial analysis of top 10 public storage networking players shows Q easily beats the field
Hitachi spinoff downshifts into OC3 and Gigabit Ethernet as the 10-Gig transceiver market stalls out
Cox Communications is using wavelengths from Level 3 to bind US services... tip of the iceberg?
Traditional and non-traditional security vendors are working toward building a security 'God Box'
Analysts can't seem to paint a clear picture of what's going on behind the scenes at AT&T
Swedish equipment startup jumps on VDSL bandwagon, nine months after saying it wasn't genuine broadband
Verizon Wireless's lips are sealed on a new flurry of PTT launch rumors
Broadcom makes more moves toward integration, adding security functions to its Ethernet switch chips
Photuris and Tropic lead the race among the next generation of metro DWDM startups. Things may be perking up
Gartner report shows that Cisco, which has acquired Linksys, will rule the roost in 2003
At last! An industry in upheaval finds a safe place to put its beverage
Firewall big cheese talks up cellular network ambitions in spite of customer stagefright
Wireless LAN access point startup lands undisclosed sum from Intel's VC arm
Nokia is addressing the Internet-based VPN access market with its new SSL offering
The sale to Corvis is completed, and former UUNet CEO Mark Spagnolo is at the helm
Their out-of-date gear is already called 'Next Gen' - so what should they call their new equipment?
Startup moves up the software stack with net management aimed at handling people, devices, and apps on 802.11
Unveils plans that allow carriers to reap the benefits of Ethernet before deploying it in core metro nets
Former sales execs Nina Aversano and William Plunkett might face civil charges, according to a report
They need to build VOIP businesses before PSTN revenues disappear, says consultant
Market share matters in the 3G infrastructure sector, but who's ahead and who's behind?
Is TCP Past It? – Geoff Bennett
Siemens may be in the running to win a WDM contract, but it's probably not the whopper everyone is waiting for
FCC statistics show ADSL is still outnumbered and cable is more 'advanced'
The IEEE ratifies 802.11g: New kit and firmware updates, ahoy!
Leading carriers open up hotspot nets with roaming agreement. Trailing player to have the last laugh?
Low prices and faster speeds result in global surge of DSL use in the first quarter of 2003
Canadian incumbent is looking for routing technology again, and the Silicon Valley startup may have what it wants
An Intel-backed firm and a cast of ex-Alloptic execs are both vying for Ethernet PON attention
Super access box maker says Ethernet is supported, but not generally available... yet
Spends $3.75M on 23,000 business DSL subscribers from Qwest. But why buy an unprofitable business?
A cheaper startup wouldn't have paid for itself, says Vitesse CEO Lou Tomasetta
Hutchison Hong Kong is ripping out and replacing 700 Nokia base stations in wake of serious problems
Hutchison Hong Kong is ripping out and replacing 700 Nokia base stations in wake of serious problems
British giant files patent infringement claims against a number of US telecoms for passing gas
Results of two independent investigations say top WorldCom execs ruled unchecked. So what's the verdict?
In an effort to protect its joint venture with Huawei, 3Com files a motion asking the court to 'intervene'
Both companies continue tinkering with mainstream transponders, hoping to make waves with OEMs
AT&T has enhanced its managed firewall service and is marketing a new intrusion detection service
Wireless LAN switch startup closes a major funding deal for an eye-popping $34M -- and it's prattling on about an IPO!
Wireless LAN switch startup closes an eye-popping funding deal -- and it's prattling on about an IPO!
Vonage's first cable deal shows how MSOs are finding a variety of ways to offer voice services
Startup interNetwork has quietly built a following behind its upper-layer testing software for carrier nets
Finnish giant's Q2 network forecasts bring glimmer of hope to ailing infrastructure market
Agogbua resurfaces, T-Networks and Continuum make cuts, and Bandwidth9 changes markets
A rejuvenated Vitesse snaps up 10-Gbit/s know-how for about $23M, probably aiming for backplane transceivers
The lack of back-office systems will hinder automation of processes such as provisioning and billing
Coarse WDM technology in enterprise networks provides Nortel with a fresh marketing hook
A research report shows Broadcom is a sudden challenger for the No. 1 spot in WLAN chips
Wireless LAN switch vendors play speculative pricing game by following market leader
The first round of the court battle betweeen Cisco and Huawei has been decided. But who really won?
What kind of wireless user are you? Take Unstrung’s expertly devised personality test to find out
We came. We saw. We partied. We took pictures...
Revenue estimates for the recently acquired Agere division drop again - but this time they really mean it
Supercomm Shocker – R. Scott Raynovich
Blames its sick numbers on SARS
Optical network hardware sales are leveling off, with surprising spurts in some sectors
Will the struggling 3G carrier inadvertently kickstart the ailing infrastructure market in the UK?
Unstrung poll plays down potential W-CDMA success. Burkina Faso to make a late market charge?
Startup hopes to raise a second round to fund further development of hotspot management software
Will the Avici/Huawei team be able to take on Cisco and Juniper in China?
Lucent and Qualcomm ramp up regional presence in attempt to reap 3G rewards
Chip makers at Supercomm show off new standards that could help DSL combat cable
Has no plans to stop developing its 'skinny' in favor of SIP, and it's getting on some folk's nerves
Cisco is winning a bigger share of Verizon's giant IP data project, at Juniper's expense
Startup promotes 'programmable router'... or is it a switch, an IP detection device, or what, exactly?
Sonet stalwart takes some shots at Cisco after losing some recent BellSouth business
The world's live demo of interoperating metro Ethernet services shows progress, but more is needed UPDATED 6/6 10:30 AM
Industry group is working with carriers to demonstrate automated provisioning of broadband services
Market's desire to hype certain technologies as '4G' is creating unnecessary confusion and undermining current services - Justin Springham
Andy Green, CEO of BT Global Services keeps his cool when the kitchen catches fire
Equipment vendor displays new transport boxes and begins reselling Turin switches
With big RBOC investment in view, everyone's looking for a fiber access player for a piece of the action
We told you so! $169 million deal gives Palm mo' betta wireless; keeps Handspring alive
It's rolled out the first commercial example of the MPLS-based LAN-interconnect service
New chips bring virtual concatenation out to the edge, applying it to Fast Ethernet and OC12s
European aviation authorities clear in-flight WLAN services for takeoff
New access products, video compression, and DSL technology are making 'triple-play' more realistic UPDATED 3PM
Cisco's marketing arrangement with BellSouth sweetens its first RBOC customer win
Chip designer has new product and a brace of contracts, making it more attractive to potential buyers
New program absorbs some of the R&D done by OEMs, part of a trend of increased handholding by chip vendors
MCI plans to migrate all of its long-distance traffic to IP by 2005; it will use Nortel softswitches
Router startup TiMetra, to be acquired by Alcatel, reveals the details of its products and announces a customer
3G 'support' role reflects vendor's lack of UMTS success
Dorman says AT&T is doing something about getting all tangled up in its own OSS software
If it emerges from bankruptcy, MCI faces an OSS challenge of epic proportions
A crowd of over 200 service providers puts metro Ethernet under the glass at Light Reading event in Atlanta
The new rules are said to be voluminous and confusing. Will new services suffer while the fine print is sifted?
Enterprise AP vendor looks at twin 802.11g radios as way to help users speed – even in traffic
AMCC and Cortina are producing multiservice line-card chips to ease carriers' headaches with spare components
Unveils faster routing engine for the Cisco 10000 and adds B-RAS functions to the Cisco 7600
Lucent dumps another high-priced acquisition in favor of pursuing a reseller strategy
Lucent dumps another high-priced bubble acquisition in favor of pursuing a reseller strategy
Cisco is dipping a claw in the WLAN management market and promising switch support in 2004
Redback has added broadband aggregation to its edge router to better compete with the likes of Cisco and Juniper
Israeli startups making optical switches and widely tunable transponders to join forces