But we still landed on the moon, right?
Ten hard knocks for the struggling operator
A touch of the clones
What technologies are going to make a big splash in the next 12 months? We've made our list and checked it twice
What's more fun than failure?
The top topics that got the wireless market jumping in 2007
Some next-gen communications stocks sizzled in 2007. Here's our list of the year's biggest gainers
With Charles Giancarlo stepping down, there's no clear successor to Cisco CEO John Chambers
Or, 'Life After Charlie'
For a company in the business of shoving ads down our throats, Google sure covered a lot of odd terrain in 2007
We told you so! Ethernet access equipment vendor plans to raise $86.25 million from an IPO on Nasdaq
Word of a $4.3B deal between the Russian carriers is making the rounds
The 'Sidekick' designer has decided to float in 2008
The No. 2 exec and chief development officer is off to the world of private equity
Juniper's still not telling
Our look at the 15-country region profiles the ownership and services of nearly 60 carriers
The 226 applicants include some names even more far afield than Google
A look at the original
BT's CEO gets the nod from the Queen
Intel sells off its tunable lasers and transponders for $85M, and Emcore's the richer for it
Nomura Securities analyst says so
ANDA wants a second shot at going public, but sources say it's being tempted by buyout offers
Multi-market deal with T-Mobile is the Chinese vendor's most significant European engagement to date, says analyst
Cisco's videoconferencing gains aren't all they're cracked up to be, claims the IP giant's No. 1 competitor
Startup lands a B round of funding as it prepares to come out of stealth mode
Does TelePresence PhotoGraph well?
It 'mitigates frightening "I'm out-of-doors" feeling'
Ciena beat earnings estimates and its own gross margin target in its fourth quarter and landed a new 21CN deal with BT
Ericsson says it won't introduce a 3G femtocell until the market is ready in 2009
Ma Bell is moving into Akamai and Limelight turf with a sixfold increase in caching and streaming capabilities
Orange France plans to launch a 3G version of its dualmode GSM/WiFi service next year
Routers? What routers?
The entrance of Apple and Google into the mobile OS arena means more platforms in an already crowded market
Does P2P caching equal better traffic management?
Bad lighting and a Kool-Aid demo
When video goes wrong
The cutting edge of wireless broadband may not be cheap
Content delivery network takes $6M in venture financing from Disney-affiliated Steamboat Ventures
And they're keen on Cisco's flavor of FTTH
As Light Reading reported back in April, AT&T has picked Cisco as its new core router supplier
Partners will get a chance to build their own JunOS applications, but only under Juniper's watchful eye
The carrier explains the reality behind its high-speed hopes
A possible Catalyst 6500 replacement and an MX960 follow-up are targeting the high-end enterprise, sources say
Brazil's federal police raid Huawei's offices on suspicion that the vendor has illegal immigrants working there
Broadband to the icecaps
Carrier Ethernet scores a record Q3; meanwhile, PBT still fights for carriers' hearts
Well, what would you call it?
Cisco and Nortel both claim to deliver the most 'immersive' telepresence experience. Here's a breakdown
A count of past CTOs, all three of them
We're opener than thou
Fresh paint, same color
How does it stack against Nortel?
FastWeb names its MVNO partner
Telecom Italia cans UMA in favor of SIP for its fixed-mobile convergence service Unica
France Telecom boasts early iPhone sales success and sees better 2008 dividends for investors as it steadies its financial ship
Opening up cellular networks is one way to find the next killer app
T-Mobile wins court case to sell exclusive iPhones
Recent network upgrades and capacity purchases are signs that bandwidth expansion should continue
Nokia makes yet another acquisition to bolster its Internet services strategy, with file sharing specialist Avvenu its latest buy
Major wireless carriers intend to bid but aren't saying much more
Where have all the payphones gone?
Dilbert gets set free
Unlicensed mobile access gets closer to becoming an official 3G standard
It wasn't me, it was an exploding phone – honest!