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LTE Watch: Size Matters
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/29/2010

Bigger channels equal more bandwidth in this week's LTE roundup

The iPad Consumer
The Philter | 1/29/2010

4:00 PM Some folks are frustrated that the new Apple tablet computer doesn't do enough. They may be trying too hard

AlcaLu CEO Ben Verwaayen, Part III
LRTV Interviews | 1/29/2010

Apple's iPad: Unlocking the 3G Myth
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/28/2010

The Apple iPad may be 'unlocked,' but that doesn't mean that consumers have much of a choice of providers in the US

AT&T to Spend $2B More on Wireless in 2010
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/28/2010

The operator will put up to $19 billion into capex in 2010, and its top priority is wireless

AT&T Wireline: Shifting the Mix
News Analysis | 1/28/2010

AT&T's business moves toward wireless, data, and managed services, but it's seeing growth in IP business connections and U-verse

Let Them Aviat
Wireless Bits | 1/28/2010

11:00 AM Harris Stratex changes its name

Verizon, Accenture Tap SAP App Gap
News Analysis | 1/28/2010

New hosted service offers management of SAP applications for mid-sized enterprises on a global basis

Stokin' Up Mobile Data Offload
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/28/2010

Stoke's mobile data offload product aims to alleviate the capacity crunch in mobile operators' core data networks

Will the Apple iPad Crush 3G Networks?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/27/2010

The tablet could suck down more data than a smartphone, piling the pressure on 3G networks

Scenes From the Apple iPad Launch
Slide Shows | 1/27/2010

Apple's new multimedia tablet computer gives consumers another bandwidth-sucking device designed for video consumption

Gadget Watch: Now 85% iPad Free!
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/27/2010

A roundup of what else is happening on the device scene this week

Apple iPad Unveiled
Jonestown | 1/27/2010

1:50 PM Still waiting for news on wireless connectivity options

The Confusing World of LTE Speeds
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/27/2010

Analysts and test firm now say TeliaSonera is getting 25 Mbit/s or more for downloads on the world's first LTE network

AlcaLu CEO Ben Verwaayen, Part II
LRTV Interviews | 1/27/2010

Apple Accounting iFAQ
LR Mobile Column | 1/26/2010

Really? An iPhone is a service?

Verizon Wireline Job Cuts Drag on Q4
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/26/2010

Verizon posts $653 million net loss, even as Verizon Wireless adds 2.2 million new mobile subscribers

What to Expect From Apple's Tablet
Contentinople | 1/26/2010

9:20 AM A final rundown of all the rumors swirling around the device Apple is expected to reveal tomorrow

Brightcove Tunes Up for 'TV Everywhere' Pilots
LR Cable News Analysis | 1/25/2010

Brightcove says cable nets will start testing its 'TV Everywhere' by March or April, a move that puts pressure on Comcast-owned thePlatform

Can Polycom Squeeze Cisco?
Rewired | 1/25/2010

4:50 PM Partnership with Juniper Networks could lure service providers to Polycom's telepresence offer

Juniper, Polycom Take Video Vows
News Analysis | 1/25/2010

Anything you can do... Juniper teams up with videoconferencing specialist Polycom to counter Cisco's acquisition of Tandberg

AlcaLu CEO Ben Verwaayen, Part I
LRTV Interviews | 1/25/2010

LTE Watch: Testing Times
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/22/2010

Spirent signs on with Verizon, LTE not as fast as promised, and AlcaLu's connected car comes to Europe

Moto Complains to ITC About RIM
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/22/2010

Phone makers grapple over patents again

The Week in WiMax
Kaps Korner | 1/22/2010

2:45 PM Missing in action: WiMax stimulus funds, Cisco WiMax device, Open Range

Nokia Offers Ovi Maps for Free
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/21/2010

Nokia steps up to take on Google, makes life harder for Garmin and TomTom

Verizon Makes UC&C an Easier Sell
News Analysis | 1/21/2010

New professional consulting services spell out business case, ease transition to new IP-based unified communications and collaboration

AlcaLu Joins the War for the Optical Core
News Analysis | 1/21/2010

A freaking huge new crossconnect shows off part of AlcaLu's plan for packet/optical convergence and primes a new battleground for the optical core

The Hilarity of LTE iPhone Rumors
Jonestown | 1/20/2010

3:05 PM If an LTE iPhone is coming in Q2, where are the networks?

Gadget Watch: Awaiting the Apple Tablet
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/20/2010

The Apple iPad vies for attention with talk of an upcoming 'Zune' phone from Microsoft

Europe Fires Up Faster 3G
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/20/2010

In the land of LTE in Europe, Swedish operator 3 plans a major upgrade to its 3G network and holds fire on rolling out the proto-4G technology

Google's China Beef Spreads to Android
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/19/2010

So far, the search giant is delaying two phones and isn't saying if any other Chinese Android projects could be affected

Ericsson Kickstarts Nortel Integration Plans
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/19/2010

Ericsson's new CDMA exec, Rima Qureshi, aims to integrate the Nortel CDMA and GSM businesses by the end of 2010

Amdocs Adds Telco 2.0 Smarts to Its CES
News Analysis | 1/19/2010

New Amdocs customer experience system incorporates jNetX service delivery platform, promises support for multiple new business models

Verizon Mandates 3G Data Plans
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/15/2010

Don't say we didn't warn you: Metered data usage is around the bend as Verizon mandates a 3G data plan while cutting voice costs

Chinese Hackers Hit Juniper, Too
News Analysis | 1/15/2010

All told, 34 companies might have been affected, and Juniper and Symantec say they've begun investigating

Cisco Still Doesn't Want a RAN
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/15/2010

When it comes to end-to-end networks, the radio end isn't so important to have, Cisco contends

Global Crossing Upgrading Managed Services
News Analysis | 1/13/2010

Carrier announces addition of Juniper routers and WAN optimization but promises more change to come

Android: The Commodity Phone Killer
LR Mobile Column | 1/13/2010

Or, why Google's entry to the smartphone market should make Motorola, Nokia, and RIM very nervous

Asia Watch: Cisco's Theatre of Dreams
News Analysis | 1/12/2010

Cisco resets its APAC stage, Bharti Airtel buys into Bangladesh, and other word from the hotbed of news that is Asia/Pacific

How Closely Could Google Watch Nexus One Users?
Jonestown | 1/12/2010

2:00 PM iSuppli ponders Nexus One user tracking by Google

Alcatel-Lucent Launches Green Touch
LRTV Interviews | 1/12/2010

Ray Le Maistre talks to Ben Verwaayen, CEO of Alcatel-Lucent, and Gee Rittenhouse, head of research at Bell Labs, about Green Touch, a revolutionary new project aimed at reducing power consumption in the global networking sector by a factor of 1,000

Courting Net Neutrality's Future
The Cable Pipeline | 1/12/2010

10:35 AM The results from the latest scrum between the FCC and Comcast will have a big impact on future challenges centered on network neutrality

Apple Tablet Faux Pas?
Wireless Bits | 1/12/2010

9:00 AM Did someone mention Apple's 'iSlate'? Mais non!

Nexus One Has a $174 Bill-of-Materials
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/11/2010

A 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon chip contributes most to the cost of the phone

AlcaLu Leads New Green Mission
News Analysis | 1/11/2010

Alcatel-Lucent spearheads five-year mission to boldly go where no Internet initiative has gone before...

CES 2010: What We Learned (In Pictures)
Slide Shows | 1/11/2010

Skype in the living room, Nokia's CEO has a flashback, and the AVN Show reminds us it's fun to do bad things

AlcaLu Will Do LTE in Vegas
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/8/2010

AlcaLu and Ericsson have 'evenly split' the Verizon LTE deployment, but nobody is saying exactly when markets will go live in 2010

Comcast vs. the FCC
The Bauminator | 1/8/2010

5:15 PM Reports say MSO takes Round 1 in appeal of FCC's sanction on Comcast's old bandwidth management system

CES 2010: Qualcomm Polishes Chrome
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/8/2010

Qualcomm CEO's keynote reveals increasing ties between Qualcomm chipsets and Google mobile operating systems

Cisco Preps for Olympics Trial
News Analysis | 1/8/2010

The company claims it has a unique take on turning data centers into video monsters, and Vancouver 2010 will be its proving ground

AT&T Wants Nexus One Users' Cash
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/7/2010

'We will sell them a plan,' AT&T says, as the carrier plots its own Android devices

Analyst: US Capex to Inch Up in 2010
LR Cable News Analysis | 1/7/2010

After a hefty fall in 2009, capital expenditure by the US carriers is set to increase this year, but only slightly

Ballmer Shows His Tablet
Contentinople | 1/7/2010

10:30 AM But it's not the rumored 'Courier' we were expecting

Microsoft to Upstage Apple
Contentinople | 1/6/2010

10:10 AM Microsoft is planning to unveil a tablet device at CES, weeks before Apple introduces its iSlate

Quattro Confirms Apple Acquisition
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/6/2010

Mobile ad specialist casually mentions in a New Year's greeting that it has been bought by Apple

Open & Unlocked. So What?
LR Mobile Column | 1/6/2010

Why unlocked phones won't mean so much until networks get more open in the US

The Unlocked Nexus One
Jonestown | 1/5/2010

4:10 PM Will You Buy?

CIOs Not Sold on Managed Service Value
News Analysis | 1/5/2010

A study done for BT shows CIOs need help in the IT arena but aren't sure about network-based offers such as cloud computing

Nexus One Won't Support AT&T's Fastest 3G Data Services
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/5/2010

But the Google Phone is available unlocked and on T-Mobile, with Verizon Wireless and Vodafone coming soon

Skype on TV
Contentinople | 1/5/2010

10:10 AM Skype teams up with Panasonic and LG for video calls on TV

Google Leads CES Device Cavalcade
LR Mobile News Analysis | 1/4/2010

The Nexus One isn't the only news this week, however – there will be gadgets at CES proper in Las Vegas

CES Starts Up
Contentinople | 1/4/2010

NOON Expect to see developments in 3DTV and green tech

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