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Networx Numbers Big for VZ, AT&T, Qwest
News Analysis | 3/30/2007

But the federal government Networx Universal contract isn't quite the $48B monster you might have thought

Bienvenue to €287B
EuroBlog | 3/30/2007

The EU telecom services market is worth $382 billion

Huawei Joins PBT Fan Club
News Analysis | 3/29/2007

Huawei is the latest vendor to support PBT, and BT says other carriers are interested, but Cisco is highlighting PBT's shortcomings

CTIA's Ex-Presidents Society
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/29/2007

The 'odd couple' – George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton – tackle how wireless can improve the world at CTIA

100-Gig Chases 40-Gig
News Analysis | 3/29/2007

Developments in 100-Gbit/s and the competitive cost of 10-Gbit/s equipment could end up squeezing the life span of 40-Gbit/s

AlcaLu Pushes the Optical Envelope
News Analysis | 3/29/2007

AlcaLu has announced a world-record optical transmission and other optical milestones

C5 News Roundup
News Analysis | 3/28/2007

Equipment firms use C5 event in Milan as news launch-pad, with ADVA landing a significant new deal at Deutsche Telekom

Mobile Alliances Unite
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/28/2007

Mobile alliances facilitate global roaming while multinational companies demand better managed mobility services

Cisco to Buy Spans Logic
News Analysis | 3/28/2007

Stealthy startup Spans Logic comes into the Cisco fold, but analysts say that won't mean trouble for NetLogic

Citigroup Analyst Sticks 'Sell' on Vonage
News Analysis | 3/28/2007

Citigroup analyst Michael Rollins says a patent lawsuit loss could send Vonage into bankruptcy court

Aruba's IPO Fillip
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/28/2007

Wireless LAN switch maker dodges the 'Clearwire effect' as shares stay strong after IPO

Generic Tradeshow Blog™
Light Ranting | 3/28/2007

Bad food, good quotes, and WiMax

Location Services: Where Next?
LR Mobile Column | 3/28/2007

Location is back on the agenda in a big way as operators once again sense opportunity from a new wave of location-aware wireless applications.

OFC Notebook
Craig's A-List | 3/28/2007

Tripping the show floor fantastic

Siemens Exec Arrested
News Analysis | 3/28/2007

Top executive arrested for breach of trust, but scandals won't derail Nokia Siemens Networks

Broadband, Orlando
Wireless Bits | 3/28/2007

Cellular strikes back and CTIA toasts WiMax

CTIA: Nokia's E Stands for Euro
Jonestown | 3/28/2007

New enterprise phones, but not for the US

CTIA: Edited Wireless
Cutting Loose | 3/27/2007

This year's CTIA seems like a précis of the big wireless shows that preceeded it – same themes, less news

Smith Micro Wins Macro Sprint Deal
News Analysis | 3/27/2007

Company's multimedia software for cellphones is now in use at Sprint and Verizon Wireless

The New 'face of Microsoft
Jonestown | 3/27/2007

Zoom zoom

CTIA: WiMax in the Air
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/27/2007

The wireless broadband tech is coming of age – or at least hitting puberty – at the largest mobile show in the US

Pooh-Poohing P2P
Craig's A-List | 3/27/2007

Who's afraid of peer-to-peer video?

Stealth Pulver
The Philter | 3/26/2007

Call the doc. I've got a Virox

Craig Goes Q
Nearpoints | 3/26/2007

Cost-effective, or just cheap?

AlcaLu Lands $6B Deal
News Analysis | 3/26/2007

Extends CDMA2000 contract with Verizon Wireless worth $6 billion over three years

Convergence India: In Pictures
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/26/2007

We went to New Delhi to see what's going on in the Indian telecom market. Broadband, WiMax, the food, and the weather were all hot

Friday Funding Roundup
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/23/2007

Artimi and Reef Point get VC dollars for their acronym-riddled wireless technologies

Italtel Shows a Good Mix in '06
News Analysis | 3/23/2007

Softswitch maker reports strong 2006 earnings on increased market share overseas

RIM's Crimson Tide
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/23/2007

RIM expected to try and broaden mass-market appeal with new smartphone

FCC Recap: Net Neutrality Is Alive!
News Analysis | 3/23/2007

The FCC announced 10 actions in its Thursday meeting, several of which will influence the telecom world

Freaky FCC Friday
Light Ranting | 3/23/2007

The plane is still the last refuge from cellphones

BT Stares Down 21CN 'Complexity'
News Analysis | 3/23/2007

BT aims to leave the TDM world soon and is already feeling deadline pressure as complexity mounts

Palm Thursday: No Deal Yet
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/22/2007

Palm releases some less-than-stellar numbers as sources say it continues to work on a deal in the background

Akimbo Ties Into Tinseltown
News Analysis | 3/22/2007

Hollywood exec Tom Frank takes over for company founder Josh Goldman at Akimbo

NBC Universal, News Corp. Go After Google
News Analysis | 3/22/2007

Duo forming a free ad-based site where users can view clips and full-length episodes of their popular shows UPDATED 5:50 PM

India Looks West
EuroBlog | 3/22/2007

Indian firms have their eyes on overseas expansion

Cisco Shows Some Optical Love
News Analysis | 3/21/2007

Enhancements for the ONS 15454 show Cisco still believes in optical, the company claims

Google Earth Mash-Up Helps Mesh Mumbai
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/21/2007

With a little help from Google Earth, startup LifeStyle Networks is building a wireless mesh network in Mumbai

Welcome to the Broadband Blog
Wireless Bits | 3/21/2007

WiFi phones, 4G, Satellite broadband, and more...

Neokast Sets Sights on Cheap Streaming
News Analysis | 3/21/2007

The lastest P2P video startup says it offers a way for anybody to cheaply stream video to the world

Genband Takes Tekelec Switch Biz
News Analysis | 3/20/2007

Genband says it will buy Tekelec's switching business and turn a profit this year

Skype Becomes a Money Mover
News Analysis | 3/20/2007

Skype founder is the VON show's biggest celeb, and he brought news of an upcoming app called 'Send Money'

EarthLink's Cheap WiFi Vision
Cutting Loose | 3/20/2007

EarthLink's WiFi mesh phone could be the first sign of a Skype-esque future for municipal mesh networks

VON vs Old School
Craig's A-List | 3/20/2007

VOIP isn't for everybody yet

Why Vendors Can't Sell FMC
News Analysis | 3/20/2007

Fixed/mobile convergence services like dualmode telephony haven't really caught on in the US and Europe

Carriers Wrestle With Roaming Caps
News Analysis | 3/19/2007

Business users welcome international roaming regulation

Palm Deal in the Final Stretch
News Analysis | 3/19/2007

Sources say that Texas Pacific Group, Nokia, Motorola, and another private equity firm are all in the running for the smart phone maker

Palm Deal in the Final Stretch
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/19/2007

Sources say that Texas Pacific Group, Nokia, Motorola, and another private equity firm are all in the running for the smart phone maker

Juniper Pushes Services Policy
News Analysis | 3/19/2007

New product releases point to the importance of policy and authentication in new services

Fighting Crime With WiFi
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/19/2007

Muni isn't just about public access, sometimes it's also being used by Big Brother for public safety

Google Euro Boss Confirms Phone Rumor
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/16/2007

European exec says a Google mobile phone product is coming, but Google HQ isn't saying anything on renewed G-Phone talk

Will WebEx Change Cisco?
News Analysis | 3/16/2007

The $3.2B WebEx buy ties into Cisco's next-gen obsessions but pairs up with some less notable acquisitions

Friday Funding: Agito Steps Out
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/16/2007

Agito and Amimon line their coffers in this week's funding roundup

Will Juniper Be Burned by the Churn?
News Analysis | 3/16/2007

Are the latest executive departures a glass-half-empty or half-full kind of deal?

Qovia Qollapses
Cisco Watch | 3/15/2007

Some bits 'n' pieces M&A

Another $3B Down
Craig's A-List | 3/15/2007

Pre-coffee impressions on Cisco/WebEx

Cisco to Buy WebEx for $3.2B
News Analysis | 3/15/2007

Cisco moves headlong into the services sector with an offer to buy Web conferencing firm

Sprint & Nokia's 10 Gallon WiMax
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/15/2007

Nokia scoops up a deal to bring mobile WiMax to Texas in 2008

Seven Steps to Safer WiFi
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/14/2007

Using public WiFi can be like the wireless Wild West. Here's how to tame (and secure) your experience

Genband in Switching Biz Talks With Tekelec
News Analysis | 3/14/2007

Genband is looking to get bigger, faster, with a possible deal to buy Tekelec's switching business

Mobile Data Gains Momentum
News Analysis | 3/14/2007

European mobile data service revenues are showing signs of life, according to analysts

Procera's Prospecting for Partners
News Analysis | 3/14/2007

Procera's OEM hunt continues as one source says Cisco is taking an interest

Reding Rides Into CeBIT
News Analysis | 3/14/2007

European Commissioner Viviane Reding tackles mobile issues at Europe's largest trade fair, CeBIT

Juniper Loses More Execs
News Analysis | 3/13/2007

CFO Robert Dykes and the head of Juniper's enterprise business Robert Sturgeon have announced they're leaving the company

'100' Questions
The Philter | 3/13/2007

The disclosure-free Pulver 100

DT Cancels FMC Service
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/13/2007

Has pulled the plug on its unsuccessful FMC service launched in October last year

Tellme All About It
EuroBlog | 3/13/2007

Voice recognition is today's buzz technology

AT&T Sets Copper Ethernet Course
News Analysis | 3/13/2007

The carrier apparently wants to use VDSL-based Ethernet over copper in the future, but only one startup is providing that right now

Juniper Catches Up, Writes Down
News Analysis | 3/12/2007

The company's restated earnings include an anticipated $1.3B in goodwill writeoffs

Eslambolchi Hatches Content Search Startup
News Analysis | 3/12/2007

Hossein Eslambolchi is forming a startup focused on delivering personalized digital media

Friday Funding Roundup
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/9/2007

FON, Meru, and Gemini get shown the money in this week's VC roundup

Vonage 'Workarounds' May Ease Patent Pain
News Analysis | 3/9/2007

Vonage says it won't pay to license technology from Verizon

GDC 2007 in Pictures
News Analysis | 3/9/2007

Sights and sounds – well, sights, anyway – from this week's Game Developers Conference

Smith Micro to Sprint
News Analysis | 3/9/2007

The little company is selling its iTunes-like software to some big friends: first Verizon Wireless and now, sources say, Sprint

India's IDEA Has Ideal Debut
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/9/2007

Indian mobile operator IDEA Cellular closes 14% higher on its first day of trading

Vonage Ordered to Pay $58M to Verizon
News Analysis | 3/8/2007

Vonage has to pay up after a jury rules it infringed on three VOIP patents

Nortel Mothballs Shasta
News Analysis | 3/8/2007

Nortel is relying on Starent to fill the gap in its wireless core

Starent Aims for $115M IPO
News Analysis | 3/8/2007

Profitable wireless data gateway vendor Starent has filed for an IPO to raise $115 million

A VOIP Thought
Jonestown | 3/8/2007

On the GooglePhone

CacheLogic Pushes Hybrid P2P
News Analysis | 3/8/2007

Because consumers might balk at full peer-to-peer downloading, CacheLogic tries a different approach

CacheLogic Fires Up Its CDN
News Analysis | 3/7/2007

P2P specialist says it's built the third biggest content delivery network in the world and has live traffic

Verizon Targets Managed Filtering
News Analysis | 3/7/2007

Teaming up with MessageLabs, Verizon Business gets into URL filtering and virus and spyware protection

Google Spy: Big Team Picking Up Phone
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/7/2007

Search giant rumored to have a 100-strong team working on GooglePhone

BitGravity Counts on HD
News Analysis | 3/6/2007

Secretive BitGravity wants to take on Akamai and Limelight with what it says is a better way to deliver high-def video

Cisco Adds to Social Stockpile
News Analysis | 3/5/2007

The software behind Tribe.net gets added to Cisco's rapidly growing media group

Sprint Facing WiMax Delays?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/5/2007

New analyst report – and vendor chatter – suggests that Sprint's plan for a 2008 WiMax rollout is likely to face delays

Qtel Spends $3.7B for Wataniya Stake
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/5/2007

Qatar Telecom acquires mobile operations in 7 countries through $3.72B Wataniya buy

Tech Roundup: Verizon Goes MediaFLO
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/5/2007

Mobile TV hits US shores with eight channels on Verizon's MediaFLO network; WiBro to hit 30 Mbit/s

Cisco & DoCoMo Do Convergence
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/2/2007

Cisco and NTT DoCoMo collaborate on WiFi-to-cellular roaming for Japanese business customers

Sonus Boosts Sales, Disses Rivals
News Analysis | 3/1/2007

The VOIP gear maker again reports only partial earnings featuring strong sales in Europe and Japan. Says rivals are 'distracted'

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