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The FCC will open up 700MHz wireless broadband auctions
Will the Apple iPhone help get more content developers into the mobile game?
Els Haentjens, Product Manager for Data Services at Belgacom, describes the carrier's network transformation and discusses what role Ethernet services has in making that change
IM is invading the workplace. Has it invaded yours?
Alcatel-Lucent has incurred extra costs as a result of rivals trying to unseat it from customer accounts, says CEO Pat Russo
A second quarter loss, low gross margins, and continued weakness in mobile send AlcaLu's share price down 8% in morning trading
It's longer than you think. It's shorter than you think
Analysts say Apple could be receiving up to $200 extra in activation fees from AT&T for each phone it sells direct
Should carriers be afraid of P2P caching?
No. 2 US operator shells out $2.67 billion to bulk up coverage in rural areas
Dutch incumbent joins other major European telcos in targeting the IT services needs of enterprises with planned acquisition of Getronics
Soon, all will be Cisco
Spanish giant is forecasting a better 2007 after a strong first half of the year, but some analysts are cautious
Sprint says it's exploring WiMax options beyond a mobile portal with the Wi-curious search giant
The chip developer behind the MOCA standard for home networks is ready to go public
John Hoffman, Product Manager at VSNL, talks about the challenges of addressing capacity shortages in Asia and the rest of the world
Analysts are predicting a weak report from Nokia Siemens Networks next week after Siemens revealed some telling numbers
Shares of Level 3 slide as the company's earnings fall short of expectations
IMS might not be the techno-panacea telcos were hoping for, but it's still good for what ails them.
BT announced decent Q1 results today, but attracted attention with talk of Google, IPTV, and collaborations
Early investor jitters turn to an after-hours rally as Apple says it will sell 1 million iPhones by the end of September
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But it doesn't look as if Google will get the 'open access' it wants...
P2P gets called into Congress again, this time over classified documents found on file sharing networks
Cisco kicks off its Networkers Live! event
Vodafone shareholders vote against activist investor John Mayo over the valuable 45% stake in Verizon Wireless
With nearly $5B set aside for a broadband bandwidth bid, its time to start taking Google's wireless ambitions seriously
Apple shares fall on iPhone sales news despite a strong wireless quarter for AT&T
New approaches to FMC may finally enable enterprises to eliminate the unloved desk phone and put mobile phones in the hands of all their workers.
Another MVNO bites the dust as Amp'd says it will likely shut US operations by the end of the month
The IEEE Higher Speed Study Group has agreed to develop a dual 40-Gig and 100-Gig Ethernet standard
Ethernet everywhere is a good thing, according to Chris Nabinger, CTO of Masergy
Grand ambitions come San Jose's way
North American MSOs are edging their way into the wireless services market but they aren't giving it enough priority, says analyst
VOIP startup hopes to grab users with free voice service over a $400 device
Routers meet Madison Avenue, and everyone's happy so far
Enter the Leading Lights today. Finalists to be announced on October 19. Reader's Choice submissions due August 10
Sprint and Clearwire will work together to deploy mobile WiMax in the US
Driven by new products, the router manufacturer's momentum should continue, say analysts
Verizon Business's new optical network delivers up to 440 Gbit/s via either Sonet, DWDM, or Ethernet
EC has OK'd funding for a Google rival
Avici, which is quitting the core router sector, sees its stock jump 28 percent in pre-market trading after raising guidance
BlackBerry FMC support prompts questions on AT&T's strategy
France pilots mobile WiMax and Japan tests LTE
The Canadian vendor scores another contract win for Provider Backbone Transport from Dakota Carrier Network
RIM delivers its first WiFi-enabled cellphone
What we don't know yet about home base stations
UK court orders T-Mobile to interconnect with mobile VOIP provider Truphone
There's talk of a 'super regulator' for the European telecom sector, but is the EC's Viviane Reding just rattling her saber?
Remember Rich McGinn? We do. And he's back
The No. 1 cellular operator in the US is said to be latest to put out RFP for home base stations
A vendor bundle may kick-start cable's entry into the SMB voice market
Mobile phones for the elderly user. I SAID, MOBILE PHONES... oh never mind...
A report of a possible $160B bid by Vodafone for Verizon added $14B to the US carrier's capitalization in pre-market trading Monday
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NTT DoCoMo has begun testing of 'Super 3G' technology, or LTE, in its labs, and has started taking proposals from infrastructure vendors
Analysts reckon No. 2 handset vendor will be overtaken by rivals
Networking giant now says its mobile devices unit won't turn a profit this year
FCC proposals could help reshape the US wireless broadband market
BigBand shares gained back some lost ground in the wake of an analyst's upgrade
What everyone wants to know about the iPhone
Peer-to-peer traffic is a problem; is caching the solution?
Google has opened its wallet again and laid down $625 million in cash for hosted security specialist Postini
Ma Bell launches its first WiFi mesh network in California
Major vendors such as Nokia Siemens Networks and Alcatel-Lucent are looking to integrate femtocell technology into home gateways
Telcos could miss out on a revenue opportunity by not deploying identity management offerings quickly enough
Fixed-line chief says DPI and policy management features in its edge routers will help in the battle against Cisco and Juniper
Second-quarter job cuts leave Motorola with a $101 million charge
DPI vendor announced record profits on a 171 percent revenue increase
Vodafone issued an RFP for femtocells about six months ago and an analyst says it's the one the industry is watching
Possibly eyeing Internet video, IBM is turning its IceCube storage project into a company
Deutsche Telekom's stock gets a boost from a report that its mobile operator T-Mobile has won iPhone distribution rights in Germany
Summer is no longer the preserve of lightweight stories about wireless or iPhone fashion pieces
Google has acquired California startup GrandCentral Communications
Buyout of the nation's third largest operator will bolster AT&T coverage
Mobile operators worldwide are evaluating how best to adopt a flat, IP-centric network architecture.
Femto Forum forms to take on standards and marketing for the home base station market
Do garbage dumps make good neighbors?
Reports put possible bid for cable giant by private equity firm Carlyle Partners at up to $11.7 billion before debt considerations