Good Q3 results bring some relief to nervous investors
Great quarter, but is its parent pulling strings?
David Huber is betting on a startup catching up with the competition on indium phospide integrated circuits
Optical Train Wreck? — Stephanie Cooke
Share price falls 5 percent on fears of a slowdown in carriers' capital spending
Using a new network chip technology, Netrake hopes to provide quick QOS at the network edge
Others, including Dan Stanzione, former president of Bell Labs, backed a competitor while still at Lucent
Metropolitan optical player plans a single switching fabric for multiple voice and data traffic types
Startup says its solid state switch beats MEMS and bubbles on several counts
Leading optical components vendor beats the street estimates by two cents, sees no sign of weakening demand
George Gilder still believes. Can you?
Nortel's Optical Halloween -- R. Scott Raynovich
Nortel last night reported a slip in optical growth, sending the optical market into the gutter. Was the reaction extreme?
Morgan Stanley's report on capital spending sheds positve light on optical equipment.
As Lucent's share price fell, the CEO was mining Zhone Technologies for startup gold
French researchers have developed a fiber that could slash the cost of correcting for dispersion
Qwest provides some relief for the beleaguered telecom sector
Networking investment and development firm raises $125 million investment from a group led by Cisco
Optical components growth was considerable, but fiber still fuels the bulk of Corning's business
Zany zeppelin vanishes before recruitment fair; Cisco suspected in Telecom Corridor caper
Lucent's Chairman and CEO Rich McGinn is history. It may be a long road to recovery
Rumors are swirling that Cisco wants CacheFlow -- analysts think it'd be a good combination
Software platform aims to provide carriers a way to point and click toward profits
Location, location, and customers: the three most important things in wireless.
Optical Stocks: Panic? Schmanic! -- R. Scott Raynovich
Tony Li has set his startup's sights on domination of the router market. His track record speaks volumes
Company aims to put another $345 million into its coffers
The Sycamore and Sirocco products are fully integrated and shipping to customers
Is Telcordia abusing its ownership of the integration process for Osmine management software?
Shares of the network measurement firm jump 80 percent during its first trading day
Nortel is providing up to 50% of the financing for Aerie's optical network buildout: Who'll pay for the rest?
Business case for rolling out broadband to millions of homes comes into question
Looking to boost its U.S. profile, Marconi is listed as an ADR on the Nasdaq
A $100 million deal with Time Warner Telecom is just what the IPO bankers ordered: Was equity involved?
Company shows 50 percent growth in quarterly sales. Can it keep pace with the changing market?
Astarte acquisition yields MEMS technology and intellectual property
Startup's chips promise to delay the deployment of all-optical switches by making electrical core ones more attractive
Choosing Light -- Scott Clavenna
A six-pack of optical outfits could IPO over the next few weeks -- but only if Friday's market comeback continues
Docs could accelerate the commoditization of switches and routers with Sonet interfaces
Lucent Supernova -- R. Scott Raynovich
Juniper has another stellar quarter, but components worries linger
The market is changing the value of many optical deals -- and not for the better
Cisco and Corvis are listed as key customers of the company chaired by Corvis CEO David Huber
VC firm changes name, tools up for optical investment with billion dollar fund
Optical networking drives growth in an $80 million quarter, and the company announces an unexpected profit
Sorrento's deal with Cox Communications shows management is serious about improving the company's plight
Why are the VCs throwing money at next-generation Ethernet-based service providers like Yipes and Cogent?
Stock plummets 30 percent as confidence slips and the credibility gap grows (UPDATED 10/11/200 10:30 am ET)
Federal agency sets out to redefine which type of competitors' boxes should be allowed at colocation facilities
Startup focuses on network processors and management software for low-fat edge switch/router
Litton Systems and Corning will discuss fiber amplifier patent infringement out of court
Its efforts to breathe new life into the ODSI's signaling spec aren't going well
Is the party over for the dominant Sonet player?
Ex-Monterey founders lead a group of four optical networking startups that plan to share a common architecture
ATM: Over and Out? -- Stephen Saunders
The stock market knocks between 5 and 15 percent off optical company valuations
Stanford U. and Litton Systems are suing all major vendors, but the fallout may be less than feared
Cisco's Cloudy Forecasts -- Phil Harvey
MRV spawns another offspring
Surging popularity of gigabit Ethernet and native IP will lead to bandwidth bottlenecks in the metro space
As it gets closer to reporting quarterly earnings, Juniper shares are dropping steadily: Is something wrong?
The company is said to have hired an investment bank to help consider offers
With Corvis as its main customer, analysts have a good feeling about the company's prospects
Big switches like Tellium's Aurora are drawing attention to the growing problem of power consumption
A $1 billion contract with SBC and a $180 million Brazilian deal are just what the doctor ordered
Its share price nearly doubled in the first hour of trading, but stormy waters may lie ahead
Its "multi-service optical system" aims to run IP directly over fiber, eliminating Sonet and ATM
Alcatel, Lucent, and Nortel will use the public markets to spin out the unknown value of components
Avici announces Qwest as a trial customer; but no contract amount is disclosed, and Qwest holds Avici stock
A dearth of power meters, tunable lasers, and other test devices could slow the progress of optical networking
New product category puts IP routing and wavelength switching in the same box
Cisco has struggled to keep up with shipments of its ONS 15454 optical platform, and carriers are complaining
Nortel gets $1.4 billion; Cable & Wireless builds an all-IP service infrastructure
Analysts expect first revenues from its SmartEdge products in results to be announced next week
Ships products. Announces customers. Outlines architecture