Cyan and Calix join a growing list of vendors issuing soft revenue guidance for the current quarter.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: BT counts the cost of sport; Nokia scores patents victory over HTC; Telenor heads in right direction.
Telemedicine and connected schools are taking off: Will rural telcos be able to capitalize or be left at the station?
Carrier-grade NAT is controversial, but that hasn't stopped it from being the strategy some carriers adopt for their IPv4 address shortage.
An outage at a Verizon Terremark datacenter causes more problems from Healthcare.gov, while embarrassing Verizon in the datacenter market.
Saenger discusses tw telecom's innovation in the Ethernet space as both a service and distribution model.
AT&T's fiber-enabled TV juggernaut signs up near-record 265,000 video subs in Q3, surpassing Verizon FiOS' total.
More pics from Amsterdam.
The vendor cuts jobs and delivers a weak outlook after a positive third quarter that featured healthy service provider spending.
Independent telcos need to band together and speak with one voice to acquire lucrative contracts and better pricing on network technology.
Test and measurement vendor's CEO gets bumped for bullsh***ing but, fortunately, founder and figurehead Errol Ginsberg's still in town.
Vendor's CTO lays out his company's vision for the SDN-enabled cloud networks of the future, complete with "network slicing." It's a bold vision that's a long way from reality, say analysts.
Snaps from the first day of the Broadband World Forum in the Dutch capital.
In the greenhouse of Amsterdam's RAI, broadband is just part of the equation.
Tellabs finally gives up on the notion it can succeed as a mid-sized, independent vendor, casting its lot with an optical networking consolidator.
Marlin adds to its optical transport assets with all-cash swoop for troubled Tellabs.
It's been a busy week for 100G technology, with deployments, launches, demonstrations, and trials galore.
Dramatically larger DDoS attacks call for a serious change in how service providers prepare for network threats.
The quicker we dispel our inertia, the quicker we achieve the deployment of IPv6 as widely and as efficiently as possible.
Deutsche Telekom has issued a wakeup call for its operator peers.
A quick snapshot of what's going down at the SDN & OpenFlow World Congress in Bad Homburg, Germany.
We're on the path to being a software-defined operator, says Deutsche Telekom executive as he shares the German giant's SDN/NFV progress.
The router vendor announces several card-based capacity, subscriber density, and service scale upgrades to its MX Series 3D Router family.
How entertaining was this year's Leading Lights awards dinner? Here's a quick review of the fun, frolics, and faces from the New York shindig.
Backstage at the Light Reading Leading Lights 2013 awards, the winners, and a Hall of Fame inductee, deliver their acceptance speeches.
The Ethernet provider wants more deals but knows it faces a competitive M&A environment.
Sudden investor interest in tw telecom Thursday wasn't all due to the fact it recently won a Leading Lights award.
The partners have cooked up some new joint offers for wireless carriers, including mobile network security and packet backhaul offerings. But what's under the hood?
Also in today's regional roundup: M&A action in Russia; Telecom Italia denies asset sale rumors; 4G roaming prospects improve for Italians heading to Brazil.
See who sported the biggest smile when this year's Leading Lights awards winners picked up their trophies at a gala dinner in New York.
The Spanish giant is about to conduct a network functions virtualization (NFV) trial in Brazil following broadband equipment developments with NEC.
As it unveils a software version of its session border controller, Sonus says its rivals can't deliver the real deal.
Thoma Bravo adds to its Service Provider IT (SPIT) portfolio with the acquisition of test technology specialist Empirix.
IP software and hardware vendor works with energy auditor and private financiers to help telcos kill TDM switches with energy savings.
Heavy Reading analysts say software-defined networking (SDN) will have broad implications for the future of telecom players.
'Shift Plan' headcount reduction details are revealed, with more than 15% of workforce being axed by the end of 2014.
The small demarc device is one segment of a much bigger end-to-end strategy on Ethernet services.
RCS and VoLTE system specialist looks to raise about $86M from NYSE listing, with strategic M&A part of its potential use of funds.
Ever wondered what happened to Steve Saunders? Even if you didn't, check out this video…
Oh, the humanity... or, in this case, the humans who operate today's legacy OSSs and are facing massive change and possible job loss.
The fall and rise of Stephen Saunders...
Much of the 2013 Leading Lights Awards dinner can be described only in pictures. Good thing we had a photographer on hand to capture the shenanigans.
We stopped a bunch of executives on the Ethernet & SDN Expo show floor and gave them 30 seconds to tell us what SDN means to them.
Verizon is showing that telecom operators can cut it in the cloud services market.
Mike Rouleau, senior vice president of tw telecom, discusses its aggressive E-Access rollout and ongoing plans for Ethernet expansion.
Meet the attendees, nominees, and party-goers who attended Light Reading's Leading Lights awards extravaganza on the eve of Ethernet & SDN Expo.
In an ESDN keynote, tw telecom's Mike Rouleau calls for a new customer-controlled service delivery model.
Time Warner Cable's Satyanarayana Parimi talks Carrier Ethernet and cloud services on the Ethernet & SDN Expo show floor.
Light Reading's Sarah Reedy and Carol Wilson chat about the hot topics at Ethernet & SDN Expo.
The change software-defined networking will bring will more than justify the extraordinary hype surrounding it today, says Ciena CTO.
Five new faces have been inducted into the Light Reading Hall of Fame – find out who they are.
Five individuals have been inducted into the Light Reading Hall of Fame – find out who they are.
Vendor aims to automate Ethernet services lifecycle from access to edge.
Find out who won in the 12 categories that comprised this year's Leading Lights awards.
Two new switches put more 10-gig power into a much smaller package to help service providers lower the price for more bandwidth.
ESDN Packet Optical workshops look at how SDN is broadening its horizons in the WAN.
Also in today's EMEA roundup: Iliad's 1-Gig broadband; Windows Phone surges in Europe; ADVA does 100G in Moscow.