Tests by analyst Nick Lippis show that 10GE switching is truly entering a new phase of development
Reports say the country appears to have deliberately severed its ISPs from the global Internet, while mobile operators have suspended services
2010 preliminary numbers show a near 17% boost in revenues for the Chinese vendor
The TM Forum wants service providers to adhere to best practices for cloud computing to avoid 'confusion and intimidation'
4:20 PM A leak suggests the Xoom will be coming to Best Buy Feb. 17 for $700 to $800
It's the next step toward IPv4 depletion and sets off another call to arms for IPv6 deployment
6:45 AM Lots of free-agent signings. Do they have to give up draft picks?
Twice-annual MRG survey sees global IPTV growth in multiple regions
1:35 PM Poor old '4G' has been marketed until it is utterly meaningless, so don't worry about it
Deployment of OpenStack platform intended to add credibility to beta version of Internap's cloud storage offer
Tacks on a $10 'premium data charge' to 3G Everything data plans as customers test the limits of unlimited data
Also in today's cable news are Shaw's usage-based broadband, the good ol' FCC, a poorly Steve Jobs and Samsung's TV Apps
Dr. Hossein Eslambolchi lists 10 things that are causing havoc in service provider networks
Predictions for 2011 include lots of competition for revenues in key growth areas such as mobile ads, banking, cloud and smart grid
Trans-Pacific route a "canary in the coal mine" for what's to come for NTT networks globally
Android was the growth story of 2010, but with the iPhone on both major carriers in the US, 2011 will be more competitive
3:20 PM RootMetrics rates the operators' wireless networks at the cell phone black hole that is CES
Not everyone hates the idea of usage-based billing for home broadband services
Canadian operator is among the first to plan a WiMax network with a software-driven transition path to LTE
We're putting a bow on our CES show coverage with a few more photos -- old and new -- from all the show floor craziness
11:25 AM It's Apple!
Android was far and away the star of CES, but other operating systems got on board the gadget train too
3:45 PM Wireless operators must cede their cross-border biz to VoIP giant Skype
4:40 AM Flip and Eos turn out to have roles in the big picture. Are you convinced?
The question comes to mind as Cisco, its stock still hurting from a November smacking, prepares a big-deal TV announcement for CES
VDSL2 deployment is the latest in a constant series of access upgrades that TDS hopes will help it stay ahead of consumer bandwidth demand
Light Reading looks at AT&T's strategy for attacking the $34B health-care IT market