The numbers came out fine, but even Juniper isn't immune to some cautious buying patterns by its customers
According to a breakdown by iSuppli, the touch-screen BlackBerry costs $203 to make, $30 more than Apple's smartphone
Fourth largest US cellular operator reports a Q4 subscriber slowdown
As the dust settles on AlcaLu's executive reshuffles, Mary Chan emerges with responsibility for 4G and LTE marketing
Apple iPhone takes bite out of AT&T's margins in Q4
That is the question... or, why Huawei and TeliaSonera can't really call their LTE network plans '4G'
Highlights (and lowlights) we expect at the massive European wireless tradeshow
Ivan Seidenberg likes femtocells
Verizon reports solid Q4 with record FiOS subscriber additions but lower wireless subscriber adds
Fortune finds a new champion
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
$250 'network extender' offers no-service-charge coverage boost, but no 3G support yet
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
Moto adds Starent's technology to its LTE offering in a move that, one analyst believes, has been struck with Verizon Wireless in mind
Is it a landline? Is it a femto? Is it a picture frame? Nope, it's the Verizon Home Hub
Mazu might be a small acquisition, but it could play a big role in Riverbed's service provider ambitions
Ericsson CEO tells media that Motorola is 'on its way out' of the mobile infrastructure business – but is that fair comment?
CEO Carl-Henric Svanberg says the mobile network infrastructure sector is set to weather the global economic storm better than others
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
FCC wonders if MSO's new 'protocol agnostic' bandwidth management system discriminates against over-the-top VoIP applications
T-Mobile takes the G1 phone to five European countries
Huawei is seen as the most likely company to buy Nortel's wireless network assets, according to Unstrung's latest reader poll
New customer not disclosed, but Cox confirms it's 'evaluating a new technology'
European regulators have delayed mobile broadband spectrum auctions in the 2.6 GHz band – will 2009 see any auction action?
British pension protection fund saddled with deficit
Verizon reportedly plotting femto launch on January 25
Ernst & Young to work with Nortel teams on restructuring process that will affect 5,000 staff in Europe
A higher calling than Cisco
London Olympics still on the vendor's calendar
Scandinavian giant awards deals for initial rollouts in Stockholm and Oslo to Ericsson and Huawei, and eyes a 2010 commercial launch
The company expects to emerge from bankruptcy, but it's likely to be smaller and could be split up entirely
Ubiquisys names Israeli startup Percello as second chip supplier for next-generation WCDMA femtocells
Less jaw-jaw, more war-war as Palm rejoins the smartphone fray taking on Apple, Nokia, and RIM
Nokia Siemens will manage T-Mobile's mobile backhaul networks in Austria
While global support for 4G standard LTE is unprecedented, base station products are diverse, finds a new Heavy Reading report
A Thursday deadline could tip Nortel's hand
Says that Q2 trail will encompass 'at least one market'; doesn't comment on a potential wider launch
Latest word is that AT&T could be eyeing the fall for its first commercial launch of femtocells in the US
Android sightings and a some tru2way cooling off
The latest speculation involves Radware
Irony? We've heard of it...
The big Q shows off the Google mobile operating system running on its Snapdragon chipset here at CES
We're waiting for the new Palm to hit here at the show
The Nokia 810 WiMax Tablet is dead, but was it ever really alive?
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
New buddies say their planned merger is a bet on increased convergence of data centers and service provider networks
Say it with SMS
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
Positive start to the new year for Chinese players as country's State Council gives the go-ahead for the award of 3G licenses