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Juniper's Q4 Shows Worry Lines
News Analysis | 1/29/2009

The numbers came out fine, but even Juniper isn't immune to some cautious buying patterns by its customers

Report: Storm Costlier to Make Than iPhone
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/29/2009

According to a breakdown by iSuppli, the touch-screen BlackBerry costs $203 to make, $30 more than Apple's smartphone

T-Mobile Sub Growth Slows
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/29/2009

Fourth largest US cellular operator reports a Q4 subscriber slowdown

Hail Mary: Chan Takes 4G Helm at AlcaLu
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/28/2009

As the dust settles on AlcaLu's executive reshuffles, Mary Chan emerges with responsibility for 4G and LTE marketing

iPhone Margin Munch
Wireless Bits | 1/28/2009

Apple iPhone takes bite out of AT&T's margins in Q4

Huawei: 4G or Not 4G?
LR Mobile Column | 1/28/2009

That is the question... or, why Huawei and TeliaSonera can't really call their LTE network plans '4G'

MWC 2009 Preview
Jonestown | 1/27/2009

Highlights (and lowlights) we expect at the massive European wireless tradeshow

Verizon's Secret Weapon
Wireless Bits | 1/27/2009

Ivan Seidenberg likes femtocells

Verizon's FiOS Grows, Wireless Slows in Q4
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/27/2009

Verizon reports solid Q4 with record FiOS subscriber additions but lower wireless subscriber adds

NetApp Tops Google
Craig's A-List | 1/26/2009

Fortune finds a new champion

Cisco Femto Spotted at AT&T
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/26/2009

Product details about a Cisco-branded femtocell have emerged on a new AT&T Web page, as the operator preps a customer trial in three cities

Verizon Intros Femtocell
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/26/2009

$250 'network extender' offers no-service-charge coverage boost, but no 3G support yet

Sprint Slashes 8,000 Jobs
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/26/2009

US operator announces 8,000 job cuts, freezes salaries, and cuts employee benefits in a bid to save $1.2 billion a year on labor costs

Motorola Enlists Starent for 4G Push
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/26/2009

Moto adds Starent's technology to its LTE offering in a move that, one analyst believes, has been struck with Verizon Wireless in mind

Verizon's Home Hub-Bub (But No Femto)
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/23/2009

Is it a landline? Is it a femto? Is it a picture frame? Nope, it's the Verizon Home Hub

Riverbed Sees Carrier Potential in Mazu
News Analysis | 1/21/2009

Mazu might be a small acquisition, but it could play a big role in Riverbed's service provider ambitions

Kicking Moto While It's Down
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/21/2009

Ericsson CEO tells media that Motorola is 'on its way out' of the mobile infrastructure business – but is that fair comment?

Ericsson: Mobile Sector Is Resilient
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/21/2009

CEO Carl-Henric Svanberg says the mobile network infrastructure sector is set to weather the global economic storm better than others

Web Wide World: Rwanda
LRTV Documentaries | 1/21/2009

Web Wide World takes us to Rwanda, a country torn apart by genocide, and now attempting a radical transformation from an agrarian society to a knowledge-based economy, via the Internet

Comcast Faces VoIP Probe
LR Cable News Analysis | 1/20/2009

FCC wonders if MSO's new 'protocol agnostic' bandwidth management system discriminates against over-the-top VoIP applications

Android Storms Europe
Wireless Bits | 1/20/2009

T-Mobile takes the G1 phone to five European countries

Poll: Huawei Likely Nortel Wireless Biz Buyer
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/20/2009

Huawei is seen as the most likely company to buy Nortel's wireless network assets, according to Unstrung's latest reader poll

Sandvine Swings Second Fairshare Deal
The Bauminator | 1/20/2009

New customer not disclosed, but Cox confirms it's 'evaluating a new technology'

Europe Faces 4G Spectrum Delays
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/19/2009

European regulators have delayed mobile broadband spectrum auctions in the 2.6 GHz band – will 2009 see any auction action?

Nortel's Pension Fallout
EuroBlog | 1/19/2009

British pension protection fund saddled with deficit

Verizon Femto Next Week?
Wireless Bits | 1/19/2009

Verizon reportedly plotting femto launch on January 25

Nortel Appoints EMEA Administrator
News Analysis | 1/16/2009

Ernst & Young to work with Nortel teams on restructuring process that will affect 5,000 staff in Europe

Warrior for CTO?
Craig's A-List | 1/16/2009

A higher calling than Cisco

Nortel for the Long Jump?
EuroBlog | 1/15/2009

London Olympics still on the vendor's calendar

TeliaSonera: We'll Do 4G in 2010
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/15/2009

Scandinavian giant awards deals for initial rollouts in Stockholm and Oslo to Ericsson and Huawei, and eyes a 2010 commercial launch

Should Nortel Be Sold for Parts?
News Analysis | 1/14/2009

The company expects to emerge from bankruptcy, but it's likely to be smaller and could be split up entirely

Ubiquisys Picks Chips for Next-Gen Femto
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/14/2009

Ubiquisys names Israeli startup Percello as second chip supplier for next-generation WCDMA femtocells

Battle of the Smartphones
LR Mobile Column | 1/14/2009

Less jaw-jaw, more war-war as Palm rejoins the smartphone fray taking on Apple, Nokia, and RIM

T-Mob Outsources Backhaul
Wireless Bits | 1/14/2009

Nokia Siemens will manage T-Mobile's mobile backhaul networks in Austria

Operators Face LTE Deployment Dilemma
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/14/2009

While global support for 4G standard LTE is unprecedented, base station products are diverse, finds a new Heavy Reading report

Nortel's Zero Hour?
Craig's A-List | 1/13/2009

A Thursday deadline could tip Nortel's hand

AT&T Talks of Q2 Femto Test
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/13/2009

Says that Q2 trail will encompass 'at least one market'; doesn't comment on a potential wider launch

CES: AT&T's Femtos in the Fall?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/9/2009

Latest word is that AT&T could be eyeing the fall for its first commercial launch of femtocells in the US

CES Wireless & Cable Buzz
The Philter | 1/9/2009

Android sightings and a some tru2way cooling off

Nortel M&A Rumor Update
EuroBlog | 1/9/2009

The latest speculation involves Radware

CES: No Photos Please, We're Huawei
Jonestown | 1/8/2009

Irony? We've heard of it...

CES: Oh Snap! Qualcomm Does Android
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/8/2009

The big Q shows off the Google mobile operating system running on its Snapdragon chipset here at CES

CES: 'Allo Nova
Jonestown | 1/8/2009

We're waiting for the new Palm to hit here at the show

Nokia's Bitter Pill
Jonestown | 1/8/2009

The Nokia 810 WiMax Tablet is dead, but was it ever really alive?

Comcast Goes 'Protocol Agnostic' Everywhere
LR Cable News Analysis | 1/6/2009

MSO makes good on its pledge to deploy a new bandwidth management system by the end of '08 that doesn't discriminate against P2P apps

Force10, Turin Play Convergence Card
News Analysis | 1/6/2009

New buddies say their planned merger is a bet on increased convergence of data centers and service provider networks

Raw Text
Jonestown | 1/5/2009

Say it with SMS

Force10, Turin to Merge
News Analysis | 1/5/2009

Ethernet equipment vendors seek safety in numbers with a merger that will see Turin's CEO Henry Wasik take the helm at the 'new' Force10

China Gets 3G Green Light
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/2/2009

Positive start to the new year for Chinese players as country's State Council gives the go-ahead for the award of 3G licenses

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