Tony Li comes onboard as software guru at WiFi mesh firm
Show organizers say the show was a success, but attendees are less sure of the value in yet another show
Four new faces debut on the list and four more hit the floor as LR updates one of its most talked about Top Tens
As carriers promise updates, business users clamor for new mobile broadband services
Founded by a GPON pioneer, the Israeli startup raises $8M more to build automated patch panels
French media reports suggest today's Alcatel board meeting is one of the final steps before an Alcatel/Lucent merger deal is signed
A merger with Alcatel may be Lucent's chance to be a part in fiber-driven IPTV rollouts in the future, analysts believe
Per-minute prices for mobile calls is diving swiftly toward zero – and that's good news for enterprise network managers
Maybe Verizon's ratcheted things down or maybe something else is afoot.
Tough choices at London show: Matt Bross, BT's CTO, in fancy dress, or some 'orgasmic chocolates'
P2P traffic may be on the rise, but some of the biggest phone companies in the US aren't worried (yet)
Expanding salesforce and MS partnership give Treo a larger business foothold
Stealthy startup plans wireless monitoring for servers and storage devices
Public benefit or 'mobile marketing ecosystem'?
There's nothing more distracting than working a tradeshow in Vegas. Not that we're complaining
Spectrum-hogging networks to go dark as Cingular gets off the TDMA dime.
The hidden charms of the Blackberry.
Vendor adds more RIM-like features to combat Blackberry in business market
It may have lost out in the bid to buy Riverstone, but it's not short of carrier Ethernet equipment partners
Should the two giants get wed, other mega-mergers could follow close behind, says analyst
Should Alcatel and Lucent tie the knot, one of the key decisions will be choosing the CEO – Pat Russo or Mike Quigley?
US carriers are expected to follow the Microsoft mobile email trail in the first half of this year
Consumer product giant likes the supply-chain data it gets with Vue Technology
A collection of news snippets from a show that didn't live up to Supercomm standards, according to many vendors
How many black leather couches can there be?
Nortel says Minerva is its IPTV middleware of choice; the relationship has already earned Minerva a hearing at Verizon
About an Apple smartphone... rumors or not.
Siemens Communications gets a new president as German giant revamps its management lineup
Lucent wins Riverstone bankruptcy auction with $207M bid over Ericsson
Superior technology and customer loyalty give Blackberry a head start over mobile apps rivals
Wireless networking startup focusing on IPTV rounds up its first US carrier customer, Pioneer Telephone
Its press release, filename 'foundery,' cites a secret OEM partner for its Ethernet gear. Who could it be?
Cities across the US are waking up to a new wireless future
Consolidating carriers are more demanding than ever, as noted at a TelecomNEXT CTO panel
TriBand system offers layered service for cities, businesses
Siemens is in talks about the possible sale of its black sheep Communications division, sources say
With Virtual Earth, MS is at it again.
Daniel Taylor of the Mobile Enterprise Alliance, on life beyond Blackberry and mobilizing new applications
Lucent, don't bogart that Riverstone! Ericsson puts in a $178M bid for the troubled company (Riverstone, that is)
Can the lawyers pull off an interesting tradeshow?
Sells its Japanese operations to Softbank in a deal worth $13.9B, with $10.5B in cash set to flow back to shareholders
Ethernet switch vendor has to move because it's putting its HQ on the block, but it might land $70M for its troubles
This rumor is getting a thumbs-down, but plenty of others are likely to make the rounds in weeks to come
Enterprise users encouraged to hold off on latest crop of Microsoft tablets, wait for 'mature' technology
Sacramento is the next in a growing list of cities to roll out a city-wide WiFi network
Enterprise users are watching Google's mobile moves with interest
Court document shows the company has backed down from its suit of ten Light Reading message board users
Balls were thick on the ground at CeBIT this year
Sprint says its next-gen mobile network plans are running smoothly and it expects to reach 30M people by 2011
Now could be the right time for Verizon to buy Vodafone's stake in its wireless venture, according to analysts
The movement for 100-Gig is afoot, as are efforts to bring EPON to the 10-Gig level
Firm debuts workforce tracking application as location-based services market hots up
T-Mobile, Cingular halt sales of popular Motorola mobile UPDATED 3:45 PM
Senate hearings for new FCC commish: hoax, ruse, or charade?
In three steps: Provide access, nail down security, and roll out the apps
Carlos Slim takes #3 on the Forbes list.
The buzz at this year's happier OFC/NFOEC revolved around IPO candidates rather than products
BellSouth shareholders: 'No cash for you!'
Hewlett-Packard, Orange first out with Microsoft Mobile push email
Origami not a tablet, just highly mobile, says vendor in ambitious renaming effort
Despite a lot of speculation, the existence of 'QOS fee' agreements between ISPs and Internet companies remains questionable
8x8's reseller agreement with BellSouth may be diminished as AT&T's CallVantage VOIP product becomes available in BellSouth country
The big phone companies are looking for 10M GPON subs in the next five years, and the vendor shortlist includes some familar names
New Infonetics report predicts 120 percent growth in business WiFi sales through 2009
Why am I in the media? Two words: Door Prizes.
Cingular's new video service looks like small beer
Networking giant makes a $51M buy to get into physical security with IP video gear from SyPixx
As Origami saga unfolds, it seems Redmond likes the tablet concept a lot more than enterprise users
The telco giant is cooking up a set of 'packet prioritization' products for Internet content providers
AT&T and BellSouth have their work cut out for them in proving merger's value to business users.
Will Force10 be a force in the public markets?
Traffic management specialist prepares for IPO on London's Alternative Investment Market in the coming weeks
The more telecom changes, the more it stays the same.
AT&T incumbents Alcatel, Cisco, Ciena, Motorola, and Siemens may see new business from the merger, while Tellabs and Redback face risk
Enterprises would welcome 'true' FMC, but will AT&T/BellSouth supply it?
AT&T and BellSouth say convergence is key for a merged Cingular
Level 3 is the most connected IP service provider in North America and Europe, according to data from Renesys
Calix shares details of its new access box designed for fiber-to-the-node networks
General Bandwidth is moving office, shortening its name, acquiring Syndeo, and adding new products
Upcoming spectrum sell-offs will determine the course of the wireless business
The VP for Product Management, discusses the hot convergence issues
Sources say the startup's got two wins, including a possible $50M MCI deal
Network operators expect commercial services by 2007, according to a new report from Heavy Reading
Cisco has unveiled Release 7.0 of its ONS 15454 platform, but analyst says it won't allay user concerns
But the carrier faces challenges in shift to 3G networks and data services
The company will use its well-known brand and P2P file sharing protocol to enter the burgeoning Internet video business
Sources in the Capital say sentiment has shifted away from the net neutrality cause
UK alternative operator Thus likes the look of the 27,000 customers Cable & Wireless wants to dump
Softswitch firm gets its foot in the door at Japan Telecom with a deal to outfit the carrier's new VOIP service