AT&T, Verizon, Qwest, Sprint, and Level 3 have all won shares of the US government's $20.1 billion Networx Enterprise contract
Will Foleo become your phone's new best friend?
Former Cisco exec is in talks to take over as CEO of online video startup, according to reports
How will the move to a bigger Nasdaq market affect the fortunes of this corporate WiMax pioneer?
Device availability and complex marketing hinder BT's Fusion FMC service
When is a tablet PC not a tablet PC?
Microsoft brings the iPhone interface to the table
Mobile software pioneer Openwave rumored to have three or four interested parties looking at acquisition
As Avaya M&A talk runs rampant, analysts see value in combining Nortel with Avaya's enterprise businesses
Is the FTC asking the same questions you would?
Streamezzo and MFormation are flush with funding this week
DiVitas, Nokia, Microsoft, and Cisco are all pushing corporate convergence
Einstein, Rumsfeld, and, er... Light Reading?
At the 35th Annual JPMorgan Technology Conference, skepticism and a little tension were a common theme at many of the presentations
Sales VP Mike Langley, recently of Force10, lands a job with Woven Systems
Exec says the company could steal router market share and introduce a 40G product by year-end
Could targeted advertising be the secret weapon that telcos need in their battle against cable?
Web 2.0 and productivity star in the Cisco CEO's keynote speech at Interop
What if Cisco ducked out of Interop?
Networking giant makes another move in the security/surveillance space. What's with all the IP spy tech?
With John Chambers
Finnish inventor prepares to auction legally disputed intellectual property rights for mobile technologies
One empire feeds another
Global Crossing finalized its acquisition of Impsat and explains how it looks to get back on track in 2007
Sources say that Cisco divisions are taking a fresh look at WiMax
Alltel accedes to one of the industry's largest private equity buyouts
Top end price of $11 could see $133 million raised when the mobile core vendor's stock hits the Nasdaq
NTT crashes down, Giancarlo mashes up
A shoestring startup claims its chip could let deep packet inspection become a fixture in more parts of the network
Iowa CLEC gets more subscribers and assets as it tries to pretty itself up for the public markets
A wrapup of trash talk among CDN players at Streaming Media East
The nation's four biggest MSOs may actually mean business about business
Networked IT and broadband services are driving growth, but the cost of restructuring plans has dented BT's share price
Three vice presidents jump ship at Force10 while revenues reportedly hit a snag
Blyk will offer UK mobile users free calls and texts funded by ads starting this summer, but some services will attract a charge
Why talk when you can just Google?
Keeping performance and service – rather than technology – in mind now that wireless broadband is here
Alcatel-Lucent has announced deals with China Unicom and China Mobile worth a total of $460 million
Spanish giant reports growth in revenues and profits, but there are signs that market pressures are beginning to tell
WiFi keeps on growin'
They're not submersible
Wave your hands in the air if you want a signal…
Can Moto score with a new RAZR?
The mobile content industry is already growing fast, but is a lack of underlying standards holding it back?
There's a (nother) hole in my IOS
There's important stuff shaking in the WiFi market again
The Metro Ethernet Forum is working on technical and business process standards for Ethernet service interconnect
Now that Deutsche Telekom has released its Q1 results, it's time to see just how well T-Mobile is doing
Alcatel-Lucent to buy multiservice gateway vendor NetDevices for an undisclosed fee
The latest sales breakdown from Alcatel-Lucent shows how last year's merger has lowered revenues from carrier customers
Papers get signed, permits come next
Steamy video gets Verizon marketing rep fired
Cisco's Hillcrest connection
Slump in revenues and operating profits mars Alcatel-Lucent's first full quarter of operations as analysts smell restructuring problems
Can Moto's 'media monster' revive its device fortunes?
In spite of legal expenses, Vonage reported an 18 percent reduction in losses for the first quarter of 2007
First-quarter profits have slumped, and now 20,000 staff are set to strike, starting Friday
T-Mobile USA shows solid growth in Q1 2007 but its performance is overshadowed by a lackluster quarter from Deutsche Telekom
A single-chassis router to challenge Cisco's CRS-1 is underway, according to one analyst
Its becoming evident the sheer cost of rolling out WiMax makes it a big boy's – or girl's – game
Will Google turn to WiMax?
To say The Cable Show got off to a bang would be a massive, and sad, understatement
From Denmark to Russia, Europe's operators are feeling the squeeze as costs, pricing, and competition erode their margins
Save energy, dress in black
Cisco's aggressive streak continues as the company hits Q3 targets, but the stock is down after-hours
Costs are up and projections are down as AT&T tweaks its U-verse forecast yet again
The reasons why the search giant might be eyeing WiMax
BT issues RFI for WiMax and says it may participate in 2.6GHz spectrum auction in the UK later this year
RIM makes good on Ascendent acquisition with new enterprise convergence software
Bombarded with dirty phone calls – and they like it
Microsoft and Yahoo take over the water cooler
BT, Belgacom, and COLT have won the 2007 Ethernet Service Provider of the Year Awards for Europe
Lower operating costs and higher margins narrowed Nortel's Q1 losses
Mobile-ad startups shrug off the Google threat while saying big brands are starting to roll in
Nortel CEO says the company is 'on offense again.'
As expected, RIM unveils next stage in plans to get more consumer friendly
Belgian incumbent the latest to go all IP
Hundreds of Ethernet executives hit London for the Ethernet Expo Europe event, where the news and debate was dominated by PBT
Company says $211M loss is down to spending on network improvements
The newest BlackDiamond squares off against low-end carrier Ethernet gear from Cisco and Alcatel-Lucent
Vodafone embraces social networking services and will introduce flat-rate data pricing to boost data services
The company reported better-than-expected revenue and margins
Ethernet Expo hits sunny London
Access line revenues fell, but profits rose due to lower capex and bundled services
Readers pick Basil Alwan as the best-fitting telecom exec in our Movers and Shakers list. By a lot