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Moto: Mobile WiMax Is In
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/13/2006

Motorola's move to skip fixed WiMax and go straight to 802.16e shows a wrinkle in the market

The Globalcomm Big Picture
Cutting Loose | 6/13/2006

How is a big tradeshow like the Bible?

FT Eyes Emerging Market M&A
News Analysis | 6/13/2006

France Telecom is looking to Africa and Asia/Pacific for acquisitions, according to its CEO

Avaya Styles Hybrid Phones
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/12/2006

PBX vendor offers up new VOIP phones with WiFi and Bluetooth capabilities

SEC Informaling Broadcom
News Analysis | 6/12/2006

The communications microchip maker says the SEC will soon begin an 'informal' inquiry into the company's options granting practices

Sprint Nextel Surfs the Pseudowires
Globalcomm News Analysis | 6/12/2006

Sprint Nextel has issued a large RFP for a rollout of pseudowires in its wireless network, sources say UPDATED 6/13 11:45 AM

The Phony Smartphone Price War
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/9/2006

There's more than meets the eye to the falling prices of new smartphones in the US

Wipro Sweeps Across Europe
News Analysis | 6/9/2006

Outsourcing giant Wipro acquires Finnish wireless network software company Saraware as it continues its Euro shopping spree

Globalcomm 2006: A Look Back
LRTV Globalcomm | 6/9/2006

Oh, boy are we, um... tired. (Yeah, that's it.) So we present this final show from Globalcomm 2006 in highlight form, hitting on some of the most interesting telecom insights and sound bites from the show. Guests in this special show include TIA President Matt Flanigan, Nortel's George Riedel, Globecast's Christian Pinon, Cam Cullen of Reef Point Systems, and retired Ciena mascot, Lightworks Lou

Cisco to Buy VOIP Apps Firms
News Analysis | 6/9/2006

Cisco is spending $48M to flesh out its Unified Communications strategy

IMS: Cable's Difference Maker
Globalcomm News Analysis | 6/9/2006

The most eager IMS adopters are turning out to be cable operators and wireline carriers, equipment makers say

Two Charged in VOIP Hacking Scandal
News Analysis | 6/9/2006

Authorities say two men ran a wholesale VOIP business using allegedly fake codes to load call traffic onto unsuspecting VOIP networks

Deep-Packet Offerings Proliferate
Globalcomm News Analysis | 6/9/2006

Ellacoya, Sandvine join Allot in launching new tools for deep packet inspection

Analyst Makes Good
Nearpoints | 6/8/2006

Why my competitors are my friends

Talkin' Up VOIP
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/8/2006

WiFi VOIP use is more widespread than you might expect, according to Unstrung readers

Lucatel Tightens Grip on Telefónica
News Analysis | 6/8/2006

With Alcatel winning a significant deal at Telefónica, the carrier is heavily reliant on the French vendor and its bride to be, Lucent

Globalcomm 2006: Broadband
LRTV Globalcomm | 6/8/2006

Our final day at Globalcomm 2006 features breaking news from Nortel's George Riedel, as well as insights on the broadband market from BT Wholesale's Paul Reynolds, AT&T's Robin Bienfait, Alcatel's Basil Alwan, and Patrick Esser, President of Cox Communications

Motorola's Maximum WiMax
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/7/2006

Touting a mobile broadband ecosystem, Motorola eyes a comprehensive landscape

Protect Your Mesh
Jonestown | 6/7/2006

Education will be crucial to user security on citywide mesh, says public access veteran

Microsoft's Crossbow a Draw in 2007?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/6/2006

Analysts expect enterprise email and security updates in the next Windows Mobile operating system

Cox Chief Promises Wireless
Globalcomm News Analysis | 6/6/2006

Cox President Patrick Esser says they'll pursue wireless services by year's end

Wireless Requires Flexibility, Security
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/6/2006

Commercial mortgage exec warns not to overlook users' needs

Ericsson Fills Its VDSL 'Black Hole'
Globalcomm News Analysis | 6/6/2006

Unveils a VDSL2-based remote DSLAM, starts developing its own home gateway, and sheds some light on the Ciena connection

Globalcomm Day One
LRTV Globalcomm | 6/6/2006

LRTV's first day at Globalcomm 2006 features interviews with TIA president Matt Flanigan, UIEvolution president Chris Ruff, Heavy Reading's Rick Thompson, and commentary by special correspondent Ed Wrankle

FCC's Martin Preaches Competition
Globalcomm News Analysis | 6/6/2006

Video franchising good, line-sharing bad, says FCC Chairman in yesterday's Globalcomm afternoon keynote

Ericsson Brings the IPTV
Globalcomm News Analysis | 6/5/2006

Ericsson, with a little help from Kasenna, is bringing to market its own flavor of end-to-end IPTV

RIM Chief: Spectrum Is Limiting Resource
Globalcomm News Analysis | 6/5/2006

RIM co-CEO Mike Lazaridis says the wireless industry needs to be more aware of the bandwidth limits of cellular networks

Lucent Focuses on Acuity
Globalcomm News Analysis | 6/5/2006

Lucent tackles session management and QOS with a new architecture, and a packet-aware optical switch

Juniper Makes Its Ethernet Move
Globalcomm News Analysis | 6/5/2006

At last! Juniper gets a Layer 2 story with Ethernet cards for the M- and T-series routers

JetBlue, AirCell Win Some Airtime
News Analysis | 6/2/2006

The FCC auction of two nationwide air-to-ground spectrum licenses finally ended today

Moto Queues Up With Q
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/2/2006

Analsysts say Moto must release a 3G GSM Q Smartphone to meet ambitious sales predictions

IPTV, Alcatel Still Dog Juniper
Globalcomm News Analysis | 6/2/2006

The company comes into Globalcomm still facing criticisms about IPTV, Ethernet, and a lackluster stock performance

Vonage: Burned by Bundles
Column | 6/2/2006

Without a compelling suite of services Vonage doesn't have many strategic options

What's Up With Force10's Vonage Deal?
News Analysis | 6/2/2006

Vonage's recent S-1 filing points out that Vonage and Force10 have some VCs, board members – and a deal – in common

Verizon Wireless to Give SMS a Voice
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/1/2006

Verizon Wireless is planning to launch services that let subscribers send text messages from cellphones to landlines

Verizon Wireless to Give SMS a Voice
News Analysis | 6/1/2006

Verizon Wireless is planning to launch services that let subscribers send text messages from cellphones to landlines

Sprint Ventures Into Mobile Security
News Analysis | 6/1/2006

Sprint Nextel's new venture capital group aims to find startup deals in mobile security, advertising, and convergence

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