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Coming in 2020: The Web 3.0 Experience
Column | 11/28/2011

How cloud computing and analytics will drive 21st century business applications and revenue for enterprise customers

NSN's New Tradition
The Philter | 11/23/2011

2:00 PM Hang on a minute! Don't they hit the reset button every year at this time? Should restructuring at NSN be on our calendars, right next to Black Friday?

Breaking the Land Speed Record - 1000 MPH!
Video Resources | 11/23/2011

At Metaswitch Forum 2011 Joe Braue spoke with keynote speaker Richard Noble OBE about the BLOODHOUND PROJECT and the team who is developing a land speed car aiming to reach 1000 MPH. A unique showcase for science, technology, engineering and math.

Transitioning to IPv6
Research Analyst Interviews | 11/22/2011

Cable operators and service providers must find a solution to transition from IPv4 protocol to IPv6 protocol

Man on the Street: Low-Latency Networks
Que Sera Sarah | 11/22/2011

Low-latency networks are growing in popularity, so Light Reading checked in with Ethernet Expo attendees to find out if they're really living up to the hype

Is Cisco Suffering Brain Drain?
News Analysis | 11/22/2011

One report says the company's new direction has some engineers heading for competitors

Carrier Ethernet Innovation
LRTV Interviews | 11/21/2011

John Hoffman, senior director of Ethernet Product Management at Tata Communications, says there has been significant innovation in the Carrier Ethernet sector during the past year, especially in terms of operations, administration and management (OAM) capabilities

Verizon & T-Mobile Expand Mobile Broadband
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/17/2011

Verizon opens up 17 new LTE markets, while T-Mobile brings HSPA+42 to 11 new cities in the US

Making Money on Mobile Money
Que Sera Sarah | 11/16/2011

2:15 PM Wireless operators want a piece of the revenue in mCommerce, but it won’t come in traditional ways

MPLS-TP's Split Standard Could Be Close
News Analysis | 11/16/2011

There's a proposal afoot that would appear to give the Y.1731 camp what it wants

Smart Is in for 2012
Rewired | 11/16/2011

1:40 PM Whatever else service providers want to do, they have to build smarter networks and offer smarter services

ITU-T Makes an MPLS-TP Statement
Craig's A-List | 11/15/2011

3:25 PM Exactly what this means for the potentially split MPLS-TP standard isn't that clear, though

Low-Latency Market Expanding, Sidera Says
LRTV Interviews | 11/15/2011

Financial services drove initial push but other verticals such as education and healthcare are now buying low-latency service as well

AT&T Hits 15 LTE Markets, Adds Another Tablet
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/14/2011

With six more markets coming online, the carrier looks poised to make its 15-market goal for LTE

LR Live!: 2011 Leading Lights Awards Photos
Slide Shows | 11/11/2011

Smile! We have photos from this week's celebration of Light Reading's 2011 Leading Lights Awards

AboveNet: Connecting to the Cloud
LRTV Interviews | 11/11/2011

AboveNet COO Rajiv Datta talks about the role that high-quality, dedicated Ethernet services can play in a cloud services world

Photos: The MEF Awards
Slide Shows | 11/11/2011

Here are some of the visual highlights from the Metro Ethernet Forum's Carrier Ethernet Service Provider Awards this week

7 Things to Know About Carrier Ethernet
News Analysis | 11/11/2011

OTN, backhaul, the cloud -- here's a wrapup of what we think we learned at Ethernet Expo

XO's Nicklas: Ethernet Still Needs Work
LRTV Interviews | 11/11/2011

From the chipset up, Carrier Ethernet still faces technical challenges, says XO Communications CTO Randy Nicklas

LR Live!: EENY Day 2 Update
Craig's A-List | 11/11/2011

The second day of Ethernet Expo included talk about MPLS-TP, 100G and, yes, the cloud

Cisco's Comeback Quarter
News Analysis | 11/10/2011

Cisco beat Wall Street's expectations and went back to touting its leadership in networking, as opposed to apologizing for its inefficiency

Smarter Services Pack Revenue Punch
News Analysis | 11/10/2011

A study commissioned by Tellabs finds smart networks help a little, but differentiated and personalized services are where the real money lies

What's Cookin' at Cable-Tec Expo?
Technically Speaking With SCTE | 11/10/2011

Terry Cordova, Suddenlink's CTO and SCTE Cable-Tec Expo's program committee chairman, previews next week's big show in Atlanta

LR Live!: EENY Day 1 Update
Craig's A-List | 11/9/2011

New products, Ethernet exchanges and (lack of) latency highlighted the first half of Ethernet Expo Americas 2011

MPLS Gets Edgy in Austria
EuroBlog | 11/9/2011

11:15 AM Austrian ISP takes MPLS to the edge for DSL aggregation

Sprint: Wireless Tablets Need a Voice to Take Off
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/9/2011

Sprint believes voice functionality will help 3G/4G-connected tablets become more popular than Wi-Fi-only versions

Are 'Carrier' Ethernet Exchanges Dead?
Rewired | 11/8/2011

3:30 PM Equinix and Telx say yes, because they're increasingly focused on data centers and cloud connectivity, not just carrier services

Ethernet, Cloud Look to Scale
News Analysis | 11/8/2011

Simplicity and connectivity will be key to the next stages of Ethernet and cloud services, according to Ethernet Expo's Day 1 keynotes

Vidyo Takes Video Virtual
News Analysis | 11/8/2011

New approach eliminates physical video routers and MCUs, instead running videos on the public cloud infrastructure

Defense IT Looks for Cloud Help
News Analysis | 11/8/2011

Defense Information Systems Agency chief tells Ethernet Expo he wants industry help, not product hype, in managing apps on a global basis

Man on the Street: Operator Opps & Challenges
Que Sera Sarah | 11/8/2011

Attendees at the Open Mobile Summit offer advice for operators on what their biggest challenges and opportunities will be in the year ahead

Verizon Builds a Connected Home
LRTV Interviews | 11/8/2011

Verizon takes control of the Internet-connected home with security cameras, energy management and automation devices that its customers can manage on their mobile phones

NEC Puts OpenFlow on the Market
LRTV Interviews | 11/7/2011

Having gone commercial with a hybrid OpenFlow switch, NEC gives us some thoughts on what competition will be like

OpenFlow Slices Up the Network
LRTV Interviews | 11/7/2011

The power of the OpenFlow protocol could be in virtualizing the network, Christos Kolias of Orange explains

AlcaLu CFO: We're 'P*ssed'
News Analysis | 11/4/2011

CFO vents his frustrations over cash flow situation as CEO Ben Verwaayen defends his company's game plan

OpenFlow's 'Centralized' Problem
LRTV Interviews | 11/4/2011

The OpenFlow protocol often gets criticized for creating a single point of failure, but Omar Baldonado of Big Switch says that's not the case

Opera Turbocharges Mobile Browsing
LRTV Interviews | 11/4/2011

Opera Software's executive VP explains why a new mobile browsing experience is in order and how apps are moving online via HTML 5

AlcaLu Under Pressure
News Analysis | 11/4/2011

Its Q3 financials and Q4 outlook fail to impress so further cost-cutting is needed

Photos from the Open Mobile Summit
Slide Shows | 11/4/2011

The mobile industry gathered in Cali to discuss hot-button issues like network smarts, patents, operating-system wars and data caps

Euronews: Juniper Bolsters Deutsche Boerse
News Analysis | 11/2/2011

In today's EMEA roundup: QFabric flutters in Germany; Vodafone pushes femtos out to UK's rural 'notspots'; Nokia gives nod to ST-Ericsson

Zayo Polishes Big Apple With Cyan
News Analysis | 11/1/2011

NYC network upgrade will enable new Ethernet services and improve SLA reporting for business customers

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