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Juniper Gets API Happy
News Analysis | 8/31/2004

A new API lets Juniper's (formerly NetScreen's) SSL VPN work with a whole menu of third-party software

Nokia Takes One From Siemens
LR Mobile News Analysis | 8/31/2004

Wins sole-supplier 3G network deal away from German rival following previous ousters

Overseas Sales Boost ZTE
News Analysis | 8/31/2004

Share price leaps as it reports bumper first-half revenues and profits while it plots overseas expansion

Lessons From the LAN
Column | 8/31/2004

Will Ethernet kill Sonet? History tells us it may not be that simple

Marconi Puts Crescent to Work
News Analysis | 8/31/2004

Uses Crescent technology to develop a range of edge routers, says relationship with Laurel is still strong

Swan Dives Into WAN Acceleration
News Analysis | 8/30/2004

A $15M Series A will fuel the latest venture from Andrew Foss, who once sold the PIX firewall to Cisco

Report: VOIP Growth Won't Benefit All
News Analysis | 8/30/2004

Analyst firm says VOIP's a winner, but the bulk of the market won't likely flow to new-age providers like Vonage, 8x8

C-COR Opts for Optinel
News Analysis | 8/30/2004

Cable equipment company C-COR keeps adding to its packet posse

FTTP Bulls Talk Billions
News Analysis | 8/27/2004

Verizon hints at passing more homes, and KMI predicts FTTP's fortunes in 2009

Cisco Debuts the $1M Interface
News Analysis | 8/27/2004

Recently circulated price lists show Cisco breaking $1M for a CRS-1 linecard and a hefty software license

Cisco Reroutes Traffic Management
News Analysis | 8/27/2004

Cisco may put pieces of P-Cube in its routers. Analysts like the idea but competitors aren't so sure

Net2Phone Out2Dry?
News Analysis | 8/26/2004

A contract win for Sprint is an unsettling sign for Net2Phone's cable-MSO ambitions, analyst says

FTTP Debate Heats Up
News Analysis | 8/25/2004

Competition will drive FTTP forward, say panelists and audience in a Light Reading Webinar

Vonage Dials Up $105M
News Analysis | 8/25/2004

VOIP provider aims for new markets and more customers as it raises an enormous funding round

Is Microsoft Finally Carrier Grade?
News Analysis | 8/25/2004

With Swisscom trialing its IP TV platform and SBC set to do so, has Bill Gates finally cracked the carrier market?

Cisco Renews Options Parade
News Analysis | 8/24/2004

The printing press is running again at Cisco as employees are granted a total of 162 million stock options

Fiber's Sticky Wicket
Column | 8/24/2004

For most of us, FTTP’s benefits are just not worth the extra costs

Report: Session Controllers in Demand
News Analysis | 8/24/2004

VOIP gear sales figures show strong demand for media servers and session border controllers, says Infonetics

Carriers to Cash In on StarHub
News Analysis | 8/24/2004

IPO could raise cash for overseas carrier investors and provide health check of market

Cisco Plucks P-Cube for $200M
News Analysis | 8/23/2004

Cisco continues building its traffic-management arsenal with the $200M pickup of P-Cube

Cisco Plucks P-Cube for $200M
LR Mobile News Analysis | 8/23/2004

Cisco continues building its traffic-management arsenal with the $200M pickup of P-Cube

P-Cube Exits Top Ten
News Analysis | 8/23/2004

As another company hits liquidity, Light Reading's editors begin work on a new Top Ten Private Companies

Report: More Lucent Cuts Ahead?
News Analysis | 8/23/2004

Further tightening of the reins at Lucent could leave upside for future earnings, says Morgan Keegan report

Spotwave Repeats on Funding
LR Mobile News Analysis | 8/23/2004

In-building startup scores further cash injection but keeps schtum on specifics

Sonus: Whew!
News Analysis | 8/23/2004

Stock rockets more than 10 percent as softswitch vendor seeks swift return to Nasdaq

Cisco Reports OSPF Vulnerability
News Analysis | 8/20/2004

Routers running OSPF and some versions of Cisco's IOS may be susceptible to DOS attacks, the company says

Tekelec Splashes Out Again
News Analysis | 8/20/2004

It's spending $56 million on an OSS firm, but can it hang on to its target's top man for once?

Will Ciena Change at the Top?
News Analysis | 8/19/2004

Another quarter, another missed target, another step closer to shareholder rebellion

UTStarcom Battles Starent
LR Mobile News Analysis | 8/19/2004

Files patent infringement suit against wireless router startup UPDATED 8/23

UTStarcom Battles Starent
News Analysis | 8/19/2004

Files patent infringement suit against wireless router startup

China Mobile Cheers Vendors
LR Mobile News Analysis | 8/19/2004

Global suppliers set to benefit from $1 billion capex increase

Headcount: Morale Fatale
News Analysis | 8/18/2004

Telcordia survey singes management, Sonus eyes SBC, and Charley hits Florida jobs and phones

Kagoor Goes Cable Crazy
News Analysis | 8/18/2004

Session controller vendor breaks into the MSO market, but a rival says the sector's nothing to get excited about

Tech Cash Slashed? Learn From Google
News Analysis | 8/18/2004

Google's IPO is much smaller than planned, and you can learn from this

Stitt: Sonet's Even More Dead
News Analysis | 8/18/2004

Growth in 10-Gbit/s Ethernet is one more nail in Sonet's coffin, Extreme CEO Gordon Stitt tells an LR Live! audience

802.11 Kit Sales Fall
LR Mobile News Analysis | 8/17/2004

Overall sales down, but switch market kicks into gear

Teleglobe Launches Bribes Probe
News Analysis | 8/17/2004

International carrier investigates possible unlawful payments made by its recent acquisition, ITXC

Freshly Funded Sentito Values VOIP
News Analysis | 8/17/2004

Discloses two funding rounds and aims for VOIP-focused carriers, with shift away from Class 5 replacement

Huawei Fires Supercomm Snooper
News Analysis | 8/17/2004

Technical engineer caught up in Supercomm brouhaha has been dismissed, Huawei says

Is Huawei Edging Closer to IPO?
News Analysis | 8/17/2004

Business unit restructuring and engagements with investment bankers may be precursor to international IPO

Riverstone Rolls On
News Analysis | 8/17/2004

Riverstone estimates $12.5M in revenues for Q1 2005, and says it may still be a year away from a Nasdaq listing

Moto Leans On HP
LR Mobile News Analysis | 8/16/2004

Outsources development of CDMA and iDEN core networks

Cisco Fires Israel Sales Staff
News Analysis | 8/16/2004

Employees dismissed over alleged discounting discrepancies

Juniper 'Founder' Flees
News Analysis | 8/16/2004

Ashok Krishnamurthi has departed along with ASIC vice president R.K. Anand, sources say UPDATED 8/18 NOON

Can AT&T Stand Alone?
News Analysis | 8/13/2004

As takeover talks surround AT&T, experts list five things the carrier can do to survive on its own

BCN Joins Router Race
News Analysis | 8/12/2004

Router hopeful is quietly building a next-generation box. Is the whole thing a front for Cisco?

Cogent Buys UFO
News Analysis | 8/12/2004

Cogent acquires another upstart carrier as it adds to its facilities and customer base

Inventory Bug Bites Components. Again
News Analysis | 8/11/2004

Following Cisco's earnings report, analysts worry about communications chips and components. Again

Slim's Chance for Troubled Carriers
News Analysis | 8/11/2004

Former Telmex chair Carlos Slim has stakes in MCI and Global Crossing. Is he bargain hunting or empire building?

BSNL Splits GSM Deal
LR Mobile News Analysis | 8/11/2004

Nokia and Nortel share monster Indian GSM network expansion deal UPDATED 8/16 9AM

Finisar Buys Again
News Analysis | 8/11/2004

Adds more testing tools to its portfolio for $16M in stock

Cisco's Q4 Not All Smiles
News Analysis | 8/10/2004

Numbers are everything analysts expected, but John Chambers forecasts are a bit of a downer

VOIP Carriers Calculate Tap Tariff
News Analysis | 8/10/2004

As the FCC drafts rules for VOIP wiretapping, carriers wonder who'll shoulder the expense

Telcordia: Let’s Split
Column | 8/10/2004

Cut the thing in half, I say!

Avanex Scores Major 'Coup'
News Analysis | 8/10/2004

The company's next president will be Jo Major, who's been hired away from rival JDS Uniphase

Nortel Update May Include Layoffs
News Analysis | 8/9/2004

One analyst says Nortel's business update could include a layoff of up to 5,000 employees

Analysts See Steady Cisco
News Analysis | 8/9/2004

Analysts expect strong quarterly sales and modest predictions for future growth

Telecom Bides Time on XFP
News Analysis | 8/9/2004

Most of the XFP interest so far has been from enterprises, while telecom awaits longer-reach modules

Iolon's Alright
News Analysis | 8/6/2004

Says it's got happy customers and lots of cash, but rumors of two other high-profile laser startups are less upbeat

Better News on Internet Backbones
News Analysis | 8/6/2004

ISPs will have to resume spending on international backbones next year, according to Telegeography

What Alcatel Did With Avarox
News Analysis | 8/5/2004

The startup's session border controller has turned up inside an Alcatel 'Session Resource Broker'

Google IPO in Doubt
News Analysis | 8/5/2004

Retail indifference and a problem with unregistered shares may jeopardize Google's plans

XML: WLAN Managed in Style?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 8/4/2004

XML could enable more sophisticated wireless LAN management, if vendors get behind it

JDSU Grooms Tiny Acquisitions
News Analysis | 8/4/2004

Small startups fueling parts of JDSU's product development could soon be brought into the fold

VOIP 911 Still Trails Wireline
News Analysis | 8/4/2004

E911 services are becoming more popular, but VOIP provider offerings still vary widely

Avanex Losses Shrink in Q4
News Analysis | 8/3/2004

Reports big losses, but beats expectations. Swings and roundabouts, innit?

VPLS & the Third Mile
Column | 8/3/2004

Want triple-play? Look to the third mile

Vonage Spreads the Blame
News Analysis | 8/3/2004

Global Crossing disputes Vonage's claim that its network caused Monday's VOIP service outage

Vitesse Softens XFP Prices
News Analysis | 8/2/2004

Produces new chips to help vendors chase the dream of a $300 10-Gbit/s Ethernet module

Is the Tellabs-AFC Deal in Danger?
News Analysis | 8/2/2004

AFC's recent troubles likely won't kill the acquisition, say analysts. But is a repricing likely?

UBS: Capex Shift to Hit Vendors
News Analysis | 8/2/2004

Front-loaded carrier spending could lead to declining sales growth for vendors, says UBS

BSNL Shares the Wealth
LR Mobile News Analysis | 8/2/2004

Indian carrier hints at multiple vendor deal for $1 billion GSM project

Agilent Claims Jitter Test Breakthrough
News Analysis | 8/2/2004

Tackles jitter on optical transport networks with new upgrade based on latest standards

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