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Handset Makers Air Patent Grievances
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/29/2011

HTC, Samsung and Motorola reported Q2 earnings this week, shaking up the rankings and adding new angles to the ongoing patent wars

IP Laps TDM in the Network Race
Research Analyst Interviews | 7/28/2011

Carriers see IP as the future of their networks, but in some cases, TDM will continue in a limited role for several years

Verwaayen's Elmer Fudd Moment
EuroBlog | 7/28/2011

1:35 PM Alcatel-Lucent CEO wants the bucks, not the bunnies (geddit?)

Juniper Darkens 2011 Outlook
News Analysis | 7/26/2011

The Q2 disappointment is just the beginning, as Juniper says it's clear 2011 won't be as rosy as expected

Juniper Falls Short in Q2
News Analysis | 7/26/2011

The macro economy claims another victim in a macro way

Verizon Intros First LTE Tablet in the US
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/26/2011

Samsung 4G Galaxy Tab will be available this Thursday as Verizon slashes the price on the LTE-less Motorola Xoom

Ex-Microsoft Cloud Exec Joins Juniper
News Analysis | 7/25/2011

Sunnyvale is looking more like Redmond every day

Dell Might Keep Turin Alive
News Analysis | 7/25/2011

The telecom-equipment piece of the Force10 purchase might not be so superfluous, analysts say

Verizon's Q2 Revenue Up 2.8%
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/22/2011

Verizon Communications raises revenues on strong wireless and FiOS gains for the second quarter and confirms new CEO appointment

AT&T Q2 Revenue Up 2.2% as Profit Dips
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/21/2011

AT&T continues to see wireless growth and strong smartphone sales, as Android becomes more evident in its mobile mix

Will the iPad Eat the PC Market?
Jonestown | 7/20/2011

5:50 PM A Tablet + Cloud = (Death of the PC) sum requires better wireless connectivity to become even a possibility

Force10 Deal Could Sting Brocade, Juniper
News Analysis | 7/20/2011

Actually, that might not be the biggest thing they have to worry about

AlcaLu's Malay Malaise
AsiaBlog | 7/20/2011

1:40 PM Vendor dogged by bribery scandal in Malaysia

Dell to Acquire Force10
News Analysis | 7/20/2011

Never mind that IPO; Force10 lands a deal with the company that was supposed to acquire Brocade

Apple iPhone: The Gateway Smartphone
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/19/2011

Coming off a strong Q3, Apple is looking at pre-paid and lower-priced iPhones to continue to bolster sales of the device

Apple Posts Strong Q3 on iSales
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/19/2011

Apple's Q3 revenues were boosted by 142% growth in iPhone sales and 183% growth in iPad sales over last year

Isis Adds Four Credit Cards to Its Mobile Wallet
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/19/2011

The joint venture among AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile makes a pact with the obvious brand names, hoping to kick-start NFC payments

Intel Seeks Ethernet Leverage With Fulcrum
News Analysis | 7/19/2011

Oh, come on. Like you wouldn't have gone for that headline too

Wireless Competition's Courtside Seats
Que Sera Sarah | 7/19/2011

12:40 PM Google chief says he'll help HTC fight against Apple in the courts, but calls on the company to compete in the market instead

Did Cisco Cut Deep Enough?
News Analysis | 7/19/2011

With Cisco's layoffs prepped and loaded, there is still some debate about how deep the cuts should run

Cisco Simplifies; Cuts 6,500 Jobs
News Analysis | 7/18/2011

Wish we still had a Flip cam to see all the changes happening at Cisco today

The Case Against Carrier-Grade NAT
LRTV Documentaries | 7/18/2011

Chris Donley, project director for network protocols at Cable Labs, explains the problems CGN will introduce for some network services

Avoiding Traffic Jams (On Your Phone)
Research Analyst Interviews | 7/15/2011

As mobile content continues to push bandwidth limits, operators are developing new ways to seamlessly move traffic to less stressed networks

Extreme Cuts 110 Jobs
News Analysis | 7/15/2011

Ethernet switch vendor is axing 16% of its staff and warns of lower than expected fiscal Q4 earnings

Google Says Android's on a Tear
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/14/2011

Being a consumer favorite hasn't turned Android into a revenue driver, but CEO Larry Page sees big things for the long term

IPv6 Advantages, Part II
LRTV Documentaries | 7/14/2011

IPv6 Forum President Latif Ladid talks about the importance of end-to-end communications and what's possible with IPv6

IPv6 Advantages, Part I
LRTV Documentaries | 7/14/2011

IPv6 Forum President Latif Ladid highlights some advantages of moving to IPv6 – mobility, security and an 'always on' Internet

Cisco Live 2011 in Photos
Slide Shows | 7/14/2011

Cisco treated customers to glamor, glitz and skateboards; meanwhile, the press got a heck of a data center tour

RIM Rumblings
Que Sera Sarah | 7/13/2011

2:00 PM Analysts and investors are getting restless waiting on QNX

Chambers Promises a Simpler Cisco
News Analysis | 7/12/2011

What Cisco needs is a routine slimming-down, the CEO says, and he's already gearing up for the next time it's necessary

Report: Cisco Cuts Could Hit 10,000
News Analysis | 7/12/2011

Job cuts could affect 10,000 Cisco staff, reports Bloomberg

The Leading Lights in 2011
The Philter | 7/11/2011

3:20 PM We're now accepting entries for the 2011 Leading Lights awards. Deadline for entries is Sept. 2, and we'll announce finalists during the week of Sept. 18

Cisco's Early Retirements Begin
LR Cable News Analysis | 7/8/2011

A lot of senior staff, including quite a few at Scientific Atlanta, could walk out the door today for the last time

BT Sees Results From Its Vertical Leap
News Analysis | 7/8/2011

Multinationals in four specific industry verticals get special attention and expertise and now generate 54% of the carrier's business revenues

Verizon: Turn Tiers to Smiles
Que Sera Sarah | 7/7/2011

8:00 AM Capped data and two-year contracts sound like a death sentence to many subscribers, but Verizon could jazz them up to ease consumers' minds

More Growth Predicted for Pre-Paid
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/6/2011

The pre-paid market is still going strong in the smartphone, data, 4G-obsessed US with MetroPCS leading the way

OpenFlow Comes to Bat
Craig's A-List | 7/5/2011

3:50 PM It's OK to be excited about the OpenFlow specification for switching, even if you have no idea what you would use it for

Verizon Confirms the End of Unlimited
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/5/2011

In lieu of unlimited data, Verizon will offer usage-based pricing and charge users per megabyte of overage

Cycle30 Cracks M2M Market
News Analysis | 7/1/2011

GCI OSS spinoff lands first big M2M manufacturer in Arrow, and it could be a sign of things to come

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