LINX CEO John Souter discusses resilience, security, and the politics of peering
A lack of licensed spectrum could become a big issue for ISPs looking to implement WiMax in the US, but it helps Sprint Nextel
Cisco continues to snap up small companies like popcorn -- it will pay $12.5 million for memory startup Nemo Systems
Evening announcements provide good news for SafeNet and another disappointment for Hifn
Alternative UK operator THUS expects improved financial results and remains on the prowl for an acquisition target
Chinese vendor has been in talks with Tellabs and Ciena about potential OEM deals, according to Light Reading sources
Carrier has a two-stage plan for fixed/mobile convergence services, and it's moving forward quickly, sources say
Carrier has a two-stage plan for fixed mobile convergence services, and it's moving forward quickly, sources say
Former Lightconnect CEO has resurfaced to tackle the LX4 transceiver market
Alcatel, IPTV, and the moon are vying for top news billing at next week's Broadband World Forum in Madrid
Rumors of big deals sent the stock up yesterday, but shares are sobering up today. Is ZTE interested?
NASA hops on the Google shuttle.
The enterprise WLAN job market is as fluid as ever
Scuttlebutt suggests incumbent is mulling a bid for CDMA base-station startup
Sources inside Marconi's corridors believe that Ericsson is planning a bid for the British vendor, but not everyone's convinced
RIM inks chip deal to add features as 3G wireless email access market hots up
MPEG-4 video encoding startup Modulus Video scores $10M in Series B funding
VOIP directory company hits new post-IPO high.
Struggling softswitch vendor is on life support but may have found a savior in Tdsoft
Talk of Huawei's bid for Marconi resurfaces, boosting the share price of the British incumbent equipment provider
Introduces new products, talks up integration possibilities
Meru marketing VP jumps to Cisco
Energis has picked the optical networking provider to be its supplier of long-haul DWDM equipment
Remembering the worst business trip, ever.
Unstrung Insider cites three competing ways to deliver TV to mobile users
You'd have thought chief marketing officers would be good at marketing themselves. Think again...
XML processing startup's new CEO is Mike Knudsen from QLogic
Please stop Plaxo-ing me, you Pinto lovers...
10-Gbit/s Ethernet startup raises another chunk of change, and one lead investor says it's ready for IPO
To shut down its legacy networks in four years as it moves thousands of businesses to a converged IP backbone
Does Google want to copy everything?
Municipal broadband networks are gaining momentum, but consumers haven't noticed
The routing guru is off to pursue startup life again, with Procket's former COO
Guess what company was the third largest communications investment made by venture capitalists in 2004.
Search Sumo gets in the secure WiFi ring
LR invites vendors to participate in a comprehensive, independent test of GGSN performance capabilities
The pseudowire systems vendor adds another $16.25M to its coffers
Search giant is spending hundreds of millions on a core global network to serve up content
Bill Owens wishes Nortel had stuck it out in DSL, says he needs a new CTO, and sounds off about the competition
New shrunken versions of the company's 15008 router aim to bring carrier Ethernet to the edge
Utah Congressman accuses Baby Bells and cable MSOs of inhibiting the growth of broadband in the US
Word on the street is that the secretive FMC startup is working with massive Japanese carrier NTT
'Certainly, we have seen MSN hire people who, for example, formerly worked for Google or in some cases temps...'
The 10.7 million shares held by Corning could be sold off soon, and that might not be a bad thing
Incumbent vendor leans on Airspan for sale of fixed-wireless kit and LG for mobile equipment
Officials say business is great, stock's up 10 percent. Is there a PTT customer in the future?
Quiet-running startup grabs $19.8M in funding, works on secure fixed/mobile convergence box for building VPNs
Company set to launch a residential VOIP service that won't require subscribing to AOL, plans to redouble marketing efforts
Service providers at the Carrier Ethernet World Congress in Berlin say that carrier-class Ethernet still has a ways to go
More than 350 folks from service providers and tech vendors gathered in London to talk VOIP, IP video, IMS, and next-generation IP networks
The first round of Carrier Ethernet certifications included a lot of do-overs, the Metro Ethernet Forum says
Awards its first carrier Ethernet service-compliant certificates to 39 products from 16 vendors
A little wireless hurricane PR, if you please.
A small piece of Équipe lives on, and it's targeting the software side of the ATCA equation
Mobile WiMax standard could be ratified by month end
Skype investor explains how Skype's functionality is designed to eliminate a key 'point of friction' in eBay's auctions
What does eBay really want with Skype? Readers don't quite get it...
eDonkey, the Internet company with the most curious name, leads P2P.
One-time push-to-talk startup takes total VC injection to $25M
How much are the users really worth?
Internet retailer's share price dips as it makes the ultimate online purchase, buying VOIP service provider Skype for $2.6 billion
Enhances its 7750 Service Router to improve support for legacy Layer 2 services
Good Lord! Mahi Networks founder Kevin Pope is enlisting at Hammerhead Systems
Reports say China Telecom is starting to clamp down on Skype.
New IOS vulnerability relates to FTP and Telnet authentication
BT and Telenor keynotes highlight different strategies over aggregation networks
BT Wholesale's Paul Reynolds discusses BT's 21CN, soccer, video's impact on telecom carriers, and haggis (not really)
Enterprise VOIP catches on, video raises the eyebrows, and a lager loosens the lips
After talking up edge routers and pseudowires, the company reveals it's got an XML strategy, too
Can 100 songs really satisfy the MP3 generation?
The dependence of next-gen communications on basic public utilities severely limited their usefulness
Financial guru says it's inevitable that the PTTs will pull an IBM, migrating to consulting and enterprise services
Vendor targets 35 percent marketshare of lucrative 3G infrastructure business
Beware the Google Monster.
Cable & Wireless's pledge to use Cisco's CRS-1 is only half as big a deal as you might think
Broadband, wireless, and IP convergence is happening across the world
Teams up with Flash company Macromedia to bolster its service delivery platform offering to carriers
The wraps come off the 'Future of Telecom - Europe 2005' event at the Olympia Conference Centre in London this week
Nokia linked to Chinese TD-SCDMA deal, Telabria goes live in the UK, and WiMax conflicts arise
The core router company has shed its optical roots, turning its Israel operation into a spinoff
A tax rebate buried in yesterday's Lucent SEC filing
Better margins and a foot in the door at France Telecom could signal a turnaround... or not