Ericsson had a booth at MWC, but that was just a teaser – when we went for our photo tour, we were shown around an entire hall!
Why Nokia should concentrate on building a better smartphone and leave the low-margin laptops to Dell and HP
What was in Alcatel-Lucent's booth at Mobile World Congress? Join us on a 20-minute tour of the stand's highlights
Nobody panic. There's no new logo
Magic at the FCC
To roll out WCDMA networks for China Unicom and provide TD-SCDMA and GSM networks for China Mobile
Vodafone checks out repeaters in several market trials, but says it's still committed to femtocells
That's 5,000 announced reductions in the past several months
France Telecom's Orange is checking out femtocells to boost indoor coverage for business customers, but not consumers
Juniper's ready to invade the data center. Aaaand, that's about all we know
Finnish phone maker encourages sabbaticals and holidays
Words like 'doom' can't be good
The former Avici Systems might be reaching the end of its rope
The Dancing Girls Fiscal Health Metric shows all's well in mobile
Everyone knows about Cisco's femtocell
Claiming IMS is too rigid and has progressed too slowly, consultant Tom Nolle has launched an open-source alternative
Mobile packet core specialist is gearing up to build on its early LTE success at Verizon Wireless, says CEO Ash Dahod
Verizon calls on Ericsson and Alcatel-Lucent for LTE
As mobile broadband gets real, operators such as TeliaSonera and Telstra are pushing ahead with next-gen rollouts
T-Mobile sees LTE deployments starting some time in 2011 and has plans to test HSPA+ this year
Hong Kong operator CSL is to deploy a complete new software-defined radio (SDR) network from ZTE for its HSPA+ services and LTE migration
Nokia & Qualcomm make strange bedfellows but they're working together on UMTS devices nonetheless
AT&T speeds up LTE plans a notch
Chinese firm shows prototype Android phone it expects to release in Q3 2009
Alcatel-Lucent's new president of end-to-end 4G/LTE networks, Mary Chan, talks to Unstrung about LTE product plans
T-Mobile plans to launch a limited commercial femto service in Germany later this year after completing friendly user trials
Motorola takes LTE on the streets of Barcelona
More phones based on Google's operating system are expected in Barcelona this year
Packet management technologies are becoming more prominent in the wireless world as mobile data volumes increase
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Cox exec says new traffic system is a 'tactical tool that can go on the spot and attack a problem that might crop up very quickly'
Femtocells will play a big part in the festivities at this year's Mobile World Congress with more operator announcements expected
Partners strengthen their relationship with a Carrier Ethernet package of switches and management software
At the Mobile World Congress this year, vendors are expected to talk up the commercial readiness of their products
The chipmaker's success has turned its quarterly earnings into a status update on Cisco's and Juniper's latest
As consumer demand fades, the world's largest cellphone maker will close down multiple manufacturing sites to cut costs by about $905 million annually
Verizon CTO Richard Lynch says he will announce vendor selections for LTE at the Mobile World Congress next week
Test lab EANTC puts MPLS-TP through its paces
Connection application lets BlackBerry and iPhone users find the best times and places for data dumps
Mobile data traffic to increase 66-fold between 2008 and 2013, by which time it will reach 2 exabytes a month, forecasts Cisco
Taking a small swipe at router vendors, IP Infusion proposes that BGP route servers get split from the router
As the mobile OS wars wage on, the LiMo Foundation announced Telefónica and SK Telecom are its latest operator backers
Operator's latest TV ad will make you smile
Danish incumbent is the latest to field-trial femtocell technology and could move to a commercial deployment by the end of 2009
What does it mean for Clearwire?
Ahead of MWC, Nokia Siemens unveils a software-defined, multi-standard base station that supports GSM, UMTS, and LTE
Nortel's president of carrier networks, Richard Lowe, says vendor is committed to LTE and wireless
Goodwill impairment charge sends Alcatel-Lucent's full year numbers deep into the red as it gears up for a tough 2009
Web video firm worries Cox's traffic management will treat its P2P-based service as a 'second-class citizen'
Last call for the Mobile Devices unit?
Chinese vendor joins five other equipment vendors at Verizon and Vodafone's joint LTE trial
Moto posts a $3.6B loss for Q4, cuts its dividend, and says goodbye to its CFO
Apple wants Adobe to craft a specific version of Flash that will retain much of the functionality of the desktop version
Comcast says its VoIP service does not fall under the new system it is using to manage high-speed Internet traffic UPDATED 2/3 4:30 PM
Digging into Qualcomm's Q4 'Earnings Quality'
The 'virtualization' buzzword comes to telecom, where Juniper says it's got a better alternative to virtual routers