BT is keen on Nortel's controversial Ethernet technology, Provider Backbone Transport, as it cuts out the cost of MPLS
Are tiny basestations the answer for FMC?
The WiFi wordsmith will market 'all of the mobility stuff,' whatever that means
Broadband wireless player on Thursday filed for an IPO in which the company plans to raise $400 million UPDATED 5/12 10AM
Say they won't go the MVNO route, won't buy wireless spectrum (alone), and view San Francisco WiFi as an 'experiment'
3G is here, and getting faster, vendor tells NYC audience
Hoping to ride this year's surge in tunable laser sales, Covega is picking up more cash from investors
'Norms-based' IP protection -- it works for chefs, will it work for mobile email?
Startup helps users share cellular connectivity in multiple environments
The initial commercial launch of Project Lightspeed won't include residential VOIP, but the service will follow soon
Everyone agrees that wireless applications will shape and dominate how businesses and consumers interact in the coming years. In this brief look at wireless technologies, we examine what technologies carriers and vendors are most excited about at the moment -- and what applications they see rising up as these technologies take hold.
IETF 'Lemonade' group extends IMAP to the wireless world
Cisco continues to roll, as Q3 revenues reach $7.3B and net income tops analyst estimates – and Chambers does some trash talking
BT, France Telecom, Deutsche Telekom, and Colt are all in various stages of procuring new telecom gear for their NGNs
Vodafone has rejected Verizon's initial $38B bid for Vodafone's stake in Verizon Wireless, according to reports
The telecom arm of Cantor Fitzgerald is hopes to be the go-to company for anyone looking to buy or sell spectrum
Devices and custom apps equal bottom-line gains for big medical equipment maker
IP telephony player works with Nokia to bring PBX-like functionality to enterprise cellphones
British incumbent has issued a major Ethernet equipment RFP for its next-gen network
NTL expected to cut its workforce by a third following the merger with Telewest
New Unstrung report compiles makers of wireless networking gear
Strength in Asia/Pacific gives Sprint the greatest number of IP transit relationships worldwide in Q1, according to Renesys
Hundreds of Level 3's LMDS and 39GHz licenses may be up for grabs soon
Redmond's OS deal with leading CDMA provider should raise its profile in the smartphone market
Organizers of a massive new Silicon Valley WiFi network say Google is playing in muni WiFi only for 'market research' reasons
Hundreds of service provider employees came to Light Reading's Ethernet Expo: Europe 2006 to discuss and debate Ethernet's progress inside of carrier networks
Wi-Fi Alliance managing director Frank Hanzlik discusses the future of WiFi, beyond coffeeshop hotspots.
Municipal networks, wireless DSL, and mobile VOIP applications are driving a resurgence of wireless mesh technology as a way to provide low-cost broadband access services
Feds plan more telecom infrastructure in the National Parks
Meshmaker is introducing a homegrown specification designed to optimize client devices for muni WiFi networks
MTN's $5.5B takeover of Investcom is a sign emerging markets in the Middle East and Africa are ripe for consolidation
Q1 profits fell slightly, as wireless gains were offset by costs associated with buying MCI and rolling out a fiber network
Craig Farrill, CEO of Kodiak Networks, talks about how the right kind of voice applications can drive mobile minutes usage up and give carriers a big advantage over free calling services, such as Skype.
Score one for Time Warner Cable and Siemens Communications. The two companies announced earlier today that they have demonstrated the integration of VoIP, mobile and Wi-Fi technologies to deliver fixed mobile convergence.
Real-world apps take the stage over pie-in the-sky technologies
Same defendant (RIM), different plaintiff (Visto) UPDATED 5/3 5:10PM
Reliance sets its sights on broadband expansion as profits and subscriber numbers rise
Mike Tighe, Director of Strategy and Development for Verizon Business, looks at the evolution of Carrier Class Ethernet, how Enterprise businesses are currently using it and the positive impact that it now offers on the ROI of their IT investments.
Vendor to reduce its workforce by a further 1,000 staff as stiffening international competition continues to eat margins
AT&T will launch its great white hope, the fiber-based Project Lightspeed, in San Antonio next month
Visto wants to serve customers and sue competitors. Time to choose
An upcoming spectrum auction is expected to draw big bids from T-Mobile as well as several non-traditional bidders
The buying spree continues, as Level 3 picks up competitive carrier TelCove for about $1.2B
The company claims its newest core router outdoes the Cisco CRS-1 and Juniper T640
Sweeping judgment against Seven leads to new RIM patent suit UPDATED 4PM
Nextel veteran Morgan O'Brien wants the FCC to set aside 30 MHz of valuable spectrum for public safety