Infonetics numbers show year-on-year growth in value of router and Carrier Ethernet switch market.
MSO keynotes, special presentations, panels galore, and New York pizza promise to make it a memorable day.
Omnitron makes a handy little box that should make it easier and cheaper to deploy small cells (eventually).
Telecom arm of British utility company extends network and adds optical and IP gear as it aims to double its revenues.
It may just be getting on operators' radars, but a combination of IPsec and encryption will be necessary to protect small cells.
Under new leadership and with a new strategy in place, Alcatel-Lucent isn't as vulnerable as it once was.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: CityFibre to float; Voxsmart's call-recording breakthrough; Mobistar begins 4G services.
The magic number this month for optical and Ethernet standards groups and technology demonstrators is 400 Gbit/s.
South Korean mobile operator checks out the potential of a virtual evolved packet core (EPC) to support its 4G LTE services.
Optical vendors are experiencing a rollercoaster ride as the carrier capex on transport networks wavers.
Metaswitch says every carrier is different, but the ones that go big do better than those that take baby steps.
A new Heavy Reading report explores dynamic bandwidth models and finds that bandwidth-on-demand might not augment revenue.
Telecom companies come out in force to the Super Computing 2013 (SC13) event in Denver to show how 400G and 1 Tbit/s can support the next era of high-performance computing.
Compass-EOS may have closed a new round of funding but it has also cut its headcount by about a third.
Cisco's poor quarterly report and negative outlook call attention to an issue that bears watching -- slower than expected customer evaluations of new SDN platforms.
As part of its turnaround plan, Alcatel-Lucent is once again looking to its intellectual property to deliver incremental revenues.
Former Verizon executive Shaygan Kheradpir will take the helm in January 2014 to lead Juniper onto the SDN battlefield.
Cisco Systems reported scant revenue growth for its fiscal first quarter as it takes hits from the government shutdown and declining service provider orders.
Juniper Networks seems intent (as usual) on casting itself against Cisco Systems as the datacenter hardware vendor that accommodates software and openness.
The fourth switch vendor to announce a new product in the last two weeks is taking a different approach, targeting big data.
With a credit guarantee in hand, Seaborn Networks' next announcement may involve funding for the Seabras-1 subsea cable between the US and Brazil.
Acquisition of GTS Central Europe for €546M strengthens German giant's transport network and datacenter operations and will further its SDN ambitions.
Asia/Pacific carrier is signing up customers for the beta version of a software-defined networking (SDN)-based service underpinned by Vello Systems technology.
There will be plenty that aren't keen on Cisco's take on the virtualized world but it asks a critical question about future networking choices.
Tradeshows can be informative and cutting-edge. They can also be boring as hell.
Cisco answers the SDN movement with a hybrid hardware and software fabric to drive application-centric networking, while acquiring the spin-in that developed it.
New FCC head Wheeler is promising fast action, but can he deliver on new rules for the IP era?
New bandwidth-on-demand and multi-cloud connections aim to make cloud services more user friendly.
Huawei brought its team, telco executives, and some dancers to the UK capital.
Acting CEO outlines next-gen mobile broadband investment plans and Huawei's views on the potential for software-defined networking (SDN) and OSS/BSS transformation.
The datacenter sector awaits the detailing of Cisco's plans for Insieme this week, as Cisco's datacenter rivals position their own strategies.
Dell's Chief Ethernet Evangelist John D'Ambrosia talks about the Ethernet wow moments that gained him a place in the Light Reading Hall of Fame.
As part of its Shift Plan, vendor announces new stock issue, a bond sale and a new credit line to boost its available funds by about $2.7 billion.
Tellabs posted lower revenue and a growing net loss in its third-quarter earnings report, likely its last as a public firm.
Old OSSs serve their function in catalog-based approach to streamlining service provider IT.