Shares Get a 20% haircut
Router firm claims it's cracking big carriers and wants more funding to beef up the sales force
Just when it seems patent tussles can't get weirder...
Is Redback the next Google?
Google signs an agreement with VoIP Inc. to possibly connect VOIP calls to the rest of the PSTN-connected world UPDATED 5PM
Further roiling the mobile email waters, company alleges patent infringement
C&W splits in two, issues a profit warning for the UK, and dumps its CEO. Stock crashes nearly 15 percent
One of the biggest concerns carriers have about Ethernet services is network visibility, says ADC's CTO, Michael Day. In this interview, Day talks about some key technology trends that will lead to more fiber deployments nationwide, and he discusses how carriers will overcome Ethernet's limitations.
Sprint Nextel's numbers said to offer best measure of American cellular market health
After OEM deal and funding, Xirrus must maneuver the all-in-one enterprise WLAN maze
Redback's comeback is well documented, but where does the company go next? And what will the role of the edge router be when the Internet embraces video distribution on a large scale? Kevin DeNuccio, President and CEO of Redback Networks, has a few thoughts on these topics, along with some insight on what technologies are missing at the network's edge and why he stuck around when Redback was going through bankruptcy.
Programming note: Here's what's live now, and coming up, on LRTV.
Alcatel looks set to receive a chunk of a $4.5B contract from BSNL through its partnership with a local vendor
Convergence delivers hidden opportunites, but requires new approach, says Master Class presenter from US LEC
Nokia wins managed services deal with Hutchison Essar in India
After a nail-biting delay, Redback's earnings show the company's comeback is for real
Enterprise WLAN is proving to be no balm for Extreme
Peter Cochrane warns phone companies that now is not the time to be slow and conservative
Heavyweight-backed startup Tello pushes 'instantaneous cross-platform communications'
Chips for processing traffic at Layer 7 could expand NetLogic's market significantly
4Q05 revenues grew 37% to $521M, profits beat analysts' estimates by 5 cents, stock vaults 20%
Stock falls in after-hours trading as earnings just meet expectations, breaking Juniper's streak of positive surprises
Stock gets hammered nearly 10 percent as Ethernet switching company misses sales expectations by a mile
What are the hottest search keywords?
Startup download could signal move towards free wireless security clients
Mobile giant isn't planning on selling its stake in Verizon Wireless any time soon, says CEO
Lucent reports inline with its prior warning as international revenues fall 20 percent; the market responds with a yawn
Investors seem cautious to back the chipset developers that will ultimately determine WiMax's performance.
China plans to build nationwide network for TD-SCDMA, its home-grown 3G standard
Joe Weinman, VP of Strategy and Emerging Services at AT&T, delivers his view of the Next-Generation Network, discussing the issues facing both service providers and enterprise users and how AT&T is developing new and innovative solutions for its network and customers. Included are exclusive insights into new developments in enhanced network intelligence and the development of intelligent routing service control points, plus how the Network may become the enabler for Next-Generation Searc
Michael A. Rouleau, Time Warner Telecom's Senior VP of Business Development and Strategy, talks about the future of carrier Ethernet services and why getting Ethernet anywhere isn't always as easy as it sounds.
Legal options in NTP patent case continue to disappear; settlement likely
The company's newest metro Ethernet plan involves hardware from its latest core router
The former Cielo Communications goes to rest, as OCP closes its Colorado facility
As the number and complexity of wireless networks increase, security threats multiply
Italian carrier FastWeb reports Q4 prelims in line with expectations, fueling takeover speculation
Can it grow 52% a year for five years?
ITU to explain first release of NGN standards in LR SuperWebinar this coming Monday
Declines Fed demand for user data.
At least one chip company wants to rev up a 10-Gbit/s EPON standard in the IEEE
Motorola reports strong fourth-quarter earnings driven by record handset sales
But will they have the final say if the higher-ups decide to ditch RIM?
Another marketing head honcho, Cisco's James Richardson, loses the CMO badge. Who's next?
Nortel's edge router is being redirected away from carrier routing and into the wireless and voice-gateway markets
Sony Ericsson finds success with a venerable brand.
Controversial AP management protocol will form basis of IETF standard – will enterprises adopt it?
The value of Huawei's overseas deals more than doubled in 2005, to $5B – and it may have a shot at a major Indian GSM deal
The Google Talk VOIP client now talks to all other Jabber-based VOIP clients, a move that could push user numbers up
Radio advertising technology firm gives Google more ways to sell keywords into targeted content environments
Windows WiFi security vulnerability could put road users at risk, but there's a simple fix at hand
Startup TelEvolution says its PhoneGnome device – and the technology inside – could make consumer VOIP a mass-market proposition
Pannaway deal illustrates a change in rural carrier mindset to embrace IPTV
Huawei just beats its 2005 sales target of $8 billion, but details on international deals and actual revenues are yet to be revealed
Time to think about mobile privacy again.
New security vulnerability could be an issue for large, standalone 802.11 networks
UK cable operator NTL has increased its takeover offer for Virgin Mobile, according to a source, with the new bid worth $1.7B
Want to hear about telecom's pent-up opportunities? Well, show us some Good Technology first
Google moves, publicly and stealthily, into the wireless arena.
Has Google hype peaked?
My drug dealer is pushing movies.
Startup reveals plans for a renewed push into the enterprise WiFi market
The dumb pipe providers are warming legislators up to the idea of a 'QOS tax' on IP services
Henry Blodget analyzes Google.
WLAN customers are demanding more from vendors in terms of security, interoperability, and visibility UPDATED 1/12 8AM
Bay Micro is about to launch an MSPP that will combine a Sonet MSPP, a carrier-class Ethernet switch, and QOS capabilities
Should I stop Googling?
UMA: The Place for Me?
UMA is an important first step for operators and consumers looking to a future of FMC.
Wireless VOIP device has a few hurdles to clear before enterprise users embrace it
A new marketing group aims to unify the technologies that sit under the IEEE 802 banner
Driving and XBox -- a bad combination.
Colubris cuts around 10 percent of workforce as cost-cutting measure
Lucent's won a Grammy.
The company's stock gets knocked down as an analyst note reports several factors that could limit long-term growth
The highlights and the lowlifes at this year's orgy of consumer gadgetry in Vegas
RIM's security flaw is both smaller and bigger than it first seems.
An earnings shortfall sends the stock down 14 percent
New Q series smartphone looks to be Motorola's attempt at a Blackberry killer
Ruckus demo highlights the baby steps being made toward IPTV, and how much still needs to be done
Search giant strikes up major mobile partnership with Moto to make Web searches easier over cell phones
Search giant strikes up partnership with Moto to make Web searches easier over cell phones
Carriers line up as BSNL prepares to invite bids on a $4B GSM contract
Rivalry gives way to cooperation as Palm adds a Windows-based unit to its lineup
Strange things are happening at Juniper these days including a lawsuit and a vacant VP of Marketing position
Google's got plenty of search competition.
Gates as rock star at CES
Multimedia, mobile, IPTV, and Tablet PCs, its all a 'digital lifestyle' to Bill Gates
Amsterdam's City Council approves fiber-to-the-home project that will initially connect 40,000 homes
US telecom companies found mergers and acquisitions a far more appealing exit strategy than IPOs in 2005
The company trims and reorganizes, closing the home of acquired startups Alopa and Lantern in the process
Connecting the 'digital home' will be the focus of this year's massive CES show
Another preliminary ruling from the US Patent Office bolsters RIM's legal strategy UPDATED 1/4 12:45 PM
Ethernet inventor Bob Metcalfe says a lot of things have to change before video takes over the Internet
Ethernet inventor Bob Metcalfe is looking forward to the next Internet bubble
Light Reading presents the Top Ten Top Ten Lists of 2005