RBOCs are clucking, CLECS are complaining, and equipment companies are clamming up after bill passes House
It looks like the end of the road for the switch fabric startup, as all but 6 employees are let go
Pierre Suard's forthcoming book alleges accounting monkey business at Alcatel
The worldwide success of SMS has finally thawed US carriers’ frosty attitude to interoperator text messaging
CFO Larry Carter says operating expenses must 'get down further.' What does he mean exactly?
The core routing startup has managed to raise $127 million, while wiping out most of its previous equity investors
Nortel's HDX optical switch is in trials and will show at OFC, but the quiet reception worries some analysts
Revenues for firewalls and VPNs are on the rise, according to an Infonetics report
Operators to be major wireless access point players? Don’t hold your breath…
Some tips on how to make the most of Germany's giant technology trade show
JDSU widget that combines DWDM and switching resurrects interest in MEMS. But don't hold your breath
The five-year-old startup nabs $80 million in its fourth round of funding, but details on its product are slim
CEO Nacchio waxes positive about the company's cash position. But what about its debt?
Cisco appears to be planning an optical switch for release this fall UPDATED 02/22 4:00 PM
Cannes Do – R. Scott Raynovich
Maple Optical Systems has lopped off one third of its staff
Its announcement of an Open IP Base Station Architecture initiative has stirred up questions over who should be setting standards
Sabeus will showcase its gain flattening EDFA technology at OFC
After five years, Pluris closes its fifth round of funding and starts afresh after a recapitalization
Early networks are performing poorly when handling standard Internet applications
Vendor says the multibillion-dollar frame relay market is not only alive but on the move. But who's buying?
The long-awaited multiservice switch will keep some folks waiting a bit longer
Joint development with Ericsson connects data sent over the mobile core network to the Internet
Networking leader upgrades individual firewall and VPN products; is it just playing catchup?
Juniper launches a 'wireless router' aimed at carriers planning to move to all-IP networks
The FCC's proposed rule changes could allow incumbents to push ISPs off their networks
International FiberCom's financial woes touch Velocita and Metro-Optix
New report sees Cisco regaining ground lost to Juniper in the core router market; Juniper shares plummet
The company appoints an M&A expert to its board. Could it be shopping for a buyer?
Cisco and Juniper both recorded double-digit revenue reductions between the third and fourth quarters of 2001
Auctions of vast amounts of manufacturing gear point to Nortel having halted work on AWGs and related devices
A newly discovered security hole in SNMP may affect the bulk of networking gear on the planet
Centerpoint Broadband drops big names and a hazy roadmap in its search for a large funding round
Startup Shelf Life – Doug Green
Analysts say AT&T's deals with Ciena and Cisco are old news, but it's enough to show a glimmer of optimism
WatchGuard $48M deal to buy RapidStream may signal the start of consolidation in the security market
Cisco's deferred revenue situation has caused investors and analysts to turn tail
Cisco beats analyst expectations for the quarter, but profits fall year-to-year and revenue growth is flat
Steven G. Akers, cofounder of Spring Tide Networks, is leaving his post as CTO of Lucent's INS group UPDATED 2/7 10AM
Multiplex confirms that it's being investigated by the US Attorney's Office in New Jersey
Cisco shares tick up prior to earnings, after an executive issues memo on quarterly results
Monet Mobile Networks launched first U.S. 3G service on October 24th, 2001.
Its latest core router, code-named 'Gibson,' is being tested by four major carriers, Light Reading has learned
Analysts expecting a new product announcement are disappointed by today's ho-hum news release
Says it's shipping its switch, DWDM, and GMPLS software package that automates optical transport networks
Equipment and carrier stocks melt down as the earnings season paints a grim picture of the carrier market
Sources say the long-haul optical startup is shutting its doors after failing to reach an agreement on financing
Cutting the Cord — Scott Clavenna
'Problems' with JDSU's EDFAs confirmed by another system maker; but JDSU says it's old news