A-list star splashes out on outrageously expensive handset, says our Hollywood reporter (based in London)
Finnish operator to launch '3G services' on its 2G network using current 2G phones. Real 3G delayed to 2003
Company seems to be surveying multiservice switch startups from atop its mountain of cash
Vinton Cerf launches his volley in the debate on the Internet traffic of WorldCom vs. AT&T UPDATED 8/30 12 PM
Wireless Oracle finds enterprises wanting secure data access mobility find it hard to entrust a VPN solution to a third party
Teetering on brink of bankruptcy and set to become the latest casualty of the German UMTS pileup, France Telecom is its lifeline
Cisco announces integrated security services on a switch; a big deal, however you slice it
The naked truth about the difference between the Korean and US mobile markets
Yet another warning begs the question: How low can NT (and others like it) go before things turn around?
Could T-Mobile's HotSpot strategy push smaller rivals into each other's arms?
Intel's new XPAK transceiver could help unification of competing specs... or betray a hidden agenda
SBC has partnered with Sitara Networks to offer quality of service to enterprise customers. Is it too late?
Nearly 9 years after their company was bought, Crescendo biggies still have top jobs at Cisco UPDATED 8/28 10AM
Wanted! Service Provider Pros – Stephen Saunders
The fickle finger of fate falls on Finnish farmer in phone-flinging finals
The firm could build its own wireless router, depending on how its relationships with Ericsson and Siemens shake out
The firm could build its own wireless router, depending on how relationships with Ericsson & Siemens shake out
The Pied Piper of acquisitions has just joined AcceLight as CEO. Is this startup as good as sold?
Insists it walked away from a contract, won by Lucent, for a Barcelona-based CLEC
Inkra has received its second round of funding, but will that be enough to carry it to profitability?
Silicon startup says it can help system vendors boost the capacity of their existing equipment by a factor of four
Integrated imaging is the next crucial step in the growth of MMS and other wireless photo systems
Why were ordinary Cisco stock options not good enough for the Andiamo crew?
Telecom equipment resellers look to fill in the gaps as vendors worldwide outsource sales and marketing
Stock hammered to under $1 after the company announces a 30% layoff and shifts focus to enterprise networks
NetScreen plans to acquire OneSecure and its intrusion detection technology. What's it mean for the industry?
Bedminster's OFDM crew sweeps into Europe with a mission to subvert the continent's wireless operators
Stealthy chip startup Dune Networks may be targeting terabit switch fabrics and packet processing
Reports weak Q3 earnings. Incumbents abroad have helped. But will the company be able to crack RBOCs at home?
Hold on, didn't T-Mobile already have WLAN hot spots in Starbucks?
There's a new list of what -- and who -- is hot in communications chips
CacheFlow's changed its name, its focus, and its ticker symbol. Can it survive on security?
T-Mobile USA makes itself more attractive to potential suitors as Deutsche Telekom stays tight-lipped about a possible sale
Perennially optimistic Furukawa buys another fiber plant, but this one's in China and might even be profitable
Will pay up to $2.5 billion to spin in the Cisco-incubated SAN switch startup
Stealthy all-optical startup has been quietly developing gear for the government and has landed a $29M contract
Finns inch ever closer to their own little Holy Grail -- a 40 percent share of the global handset market
Dutch telco takes a massive hit on its non-domestic 3G assets but shows swelling revenues from 2G businesses
Agere’s Exit From Optoelectronics: Sad but Sensible – Jay Liebowitz
Infonetics says the market for core routers will be halved in 2002, but there's an end in sight UPDATED 8/21 9AM
Or is that 'Si'? Despite Atrica's win, it's not clear Spanish CLEC's parent France Telecom will follow suit
Tropic Networks will demo 'unique' optical management for its DWDM metro edge platform at NFOEC
The chipmaker's first mobile product is based on XcelleNet's Afaria suite
Fortinet has hired antivirus expert Joe Wells to drive its hardware-based anti-virus technology
Nortel has shut down the development facility for its LH 4000. Does this spell curtains for the platform?
Cisco's stability in the telecom recession depends largely on its contracts with Uncle Sam
Sony Ericsson makes plea to developers and promises to make them famous. Is that enticement enough?
Things to do in Denver when you're alive: reinvent yourself to provide broadband where cable providers fear to tread
Nortel and other telecom Goliaths lead the world in losses, according to Fortune magazine
Worldwide 802.11 equipment sales reach $380.2M in 2Q 2002, says Dell'Oro Group market research firm
Top vendors turn to Lego for inspiration –- honest!
As WLAN/WAN roaming hits yet another bump in the road, it could be years before cheap combination chipsets arrive
UK survey finds those using the Finnish giant's handsets have bigger mobile bills
Yesterday's deadline for financial certifications set off an information blitz. How important is it?
The LambdaRouter takes its place in history, as Lucent confirms that the product is discontinued
Battling WorldCom over who owns the Internet and what would happen if WorldCom were to shut down
Irish startup Tsunami Photonics set to unveil kit that speeds up the calibration of tunable lasers
Agere's closing its business in optical components. What's that mean for competitors -- and for Lucent?
They're up for grabs in Finland and Cyprus, but will anyone want them?
Is the Finnish giant looking for a cost-cutting outsourcing deal?
Former Fujitsu Network Communications sales boss returns from his VC stint to become group president and COO
French operator starts its MMS ball rolling in the UK, but growth is still hampered by interoperability issues
With a Gallic shrug some vendors are bailing out of next year's event. Is it all über for the huge telecom show?
Dude! You're getting a handheld! Dell may be trying to read corporates' palm plans, but it's really got its eye on their backends
Siemens is leading a project called 'KING' that could provide an alternative to MPLS for large-scale networks
Former telecom and optical networking execs are prodded to look outside of their industries to find work
Is Vodafone D2 delaying rollout? Or not? The German mobile market shudders at the implications
From our truth-in-advertising dept: why the much-vaunted Sprint 1xRTT rollout isn't really nationwide
Intel and Cisco say they won't expense employee stock options. What's it all mean?
Existing investors are stumping up a fourth round to keep the multiservice switch startup alive
This startup is working on multiple products and may be building a core router with 960 Gbit/s of capacity
The carrier's assets and operations continue in suspended animation, as it postpones its auction for the fifth time
Larry Carter would like to retire in May 2003, but Cisco CEO John Chambers may convince him to stay longer
Yep, the HipTop is finally here (sort of), but forget your gadget frenzy for a second and consider the business model
Cisco beats expectations on strong enterprise sales, but yearly revenues slide UPDATED 6:30 PM
Through big deals with Siemens and Fujitsu, ADVA Optical is flouting the slump
The broadband battle goes a step further, as the courts begin defending CLEC antitrust claims
MCI/WorldCom will start charging customers in 11 states additional access fees starting September 1
European carriers still haven't worked out the kinks in GPRS pricing schemes
The latest scuttlebutt has 360networks boss Greg Maffei interviewing for the not-yet-vacant CFO post at Cisco
The proposed merger of Avanex and Oplink has some shareholders worried. Are their reservations well founded?
With the fiber market crumbling around it, OFS filed a patent infringement suit against competitor FiberCore today
Hmmm, is someone getting ready for Sprint's CDMA2000 Launch?
Rumors that Cisco's CFO may quit under a cloud seem to have tanked the stock today
Consolidation intensifies as ADC, JDSU, and Bookham make moves to lighten their components load
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