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A Dose of FiOS
The Philter | 9/30/2005

John Souter, LINX CEO
LRTV Interviews | 9/30/2005

LINX CEO John Souter discusses resilience, security, and the politics of peering

WiMax USA: Spectrum Crunch
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/30/2005

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 Finds Nemo
News Analysis | 9/30/2005

Cisco continues to snap up small companies like popcorn -- it will pay $12.5 million for memory startup Nemo Systems

SafeNet Soars, Hifn Sags
News Analysis | 9/30/2005

Evening announcements provide good news for SafeNet and another disappointment for Hifn

THUS on the Prowl
News Analysis | 9/30/2005

Alternative UK operator THUS expects improved financial results and remains on the prowl for an acquisition target

ZTE Talking to Tellabs, Ciena
News Analysis | 9/29/2005

Chinese vendor has been in talks with Tellabs and Ciena about potential OEM deals, according to Light Reading sources

Cingular's Got Big FMC Plans
News Analysis | 9/29/2005

Carrier has a two-stage plan for fixed/mobile convergence services, and it's moving forward quickly, sources say

Cingular's Got Big FMC Plans
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/29/2005

Carrier has a two-stage plan for fixed mobile convergence services, and it's moving forward quickly, sources say

Clark Boards BeamExpress
News Analysis | 9/29/2005

Former Lightconnect CEO has resurfaced to tackle the LX4 transceiver market

Alcatel, Others Prep for Spanish Splash
News Analysis | 9/29/2005

Alcatel, IPTV, and the moon are vying for top news billing at next week's Broadband World Forum in Madrid

Ciena's Thrills and Spills
News Analysis | 9/29/2005

Rumors of big deals sent the stock up yesterday, but shares are sobering up today. Is ZTE interested?

Google Space?
Red Panda | 9/29/2005

NASA hops on the Google shuttle.

The WLAN Departure Lounge
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/28/2005

The enterprise WLAN job market is as fluid as ever

Moto Eyes AirWalk
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/28/2005

Scuttlebutt suggests incumbent is mulling a bid for CDMA base-station startup

Sources: Ericsson Mulling Marconi
News Analysis | 9/27/2005

Sources inside Marconi's corridors believe that Ericsson is planning a bid for the British vendor, but not everyone's convinced

RIM Picks Intel for Blackberry
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/27/2005

RIM inks chip deal to add features as 3G wireless email access market hots up

Modulus Broadcasts $10M Round
News Analysis | 9/27/2005

MPEG-4 video encoding startup Modulus Video scores $10M in Series B funding

Stock Watch: Neustar
Light Ranting | 9/27/2005

VOIP directory company hits new post-IPO high.

Late Reprieve for VocalTec?
News Analysis | 9/26/2005

Struggling softswitch vendor is on life support but may have found a savior in Tdsoft

Marconi/Huawei Talk Reheated
News Analysis | 9/26/2005

Talk of Huawei's bid for Marconi resurfaces, boosting the share price of the British incumbent equipment provider

3Com Pushes Enterprise WLAN
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/26/2005

Introduces new products, talks up integration possibilities

Meru Veep Goes Cisco-Side
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/23/2005

Meru marketing VP jumps to Cisco

Xtera Xhibits Energis Deal
News Analysis | 9/22/2005

Energis has picked the optical networking provider to be its supplier of long-haul DWDM equipment

Celebrate 'Nokia Sucks!' Day
Red Panda | 9/22/2005

Remembering the worst business trip, ever.

Mobile TV Faces Tech Battle
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/22/2005

Unstrung Insider cites three competing ways to deliver TV to mobile users

Your CMO Is Who?
News Analysis | 9/22/2005

You'd have thought chief marketing officers would be good at marketing themselves. Think again...

Storage Vet Dances the Xambala
News Analysis | 9/21/2005

XML processing startup's new CEO is Mike Knudsen from QLogic

Plaxo People
Light Ranting | 9/21/2005

Please stop Plaxo-ing me, you Pinto lovers...

Force10 Takes $40M, Talks IPO
News Analysis | 9/21/2005

10-Gbit/s Ethernet startup raises another chunk of change, and one lead investor says it's ready for IPO

Sprint Leaves Behind the Legacy
News Analysis | 9/21/2005

To shut down its legacy networks in four years as it moves thousands of businesses to a converged IP backbone

Light Ranting | 9/21/2005

Does Google want to copy everything?

Muni Networks: The Public's Not Buying
News Analysis | 9/21/2005

Municipal broadband networks are gaining momentum, but consumers haven't noticed

Tony Li Leaves Cisco Again
News Analysis | 9/21/2005

The routing guru is off to pursue startup life again, with Procket's former COO

Remember 2004?
The Philter | 9/20/2005

Guess what company was the third largest communications investment made by venture capitalists in 2004.

Google's Free-Time Secure WiFi
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/20/2005

Search Sumo gets in the secure WiFi ring

All Aboard the GGSN Test
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/20/2005

LR invites vendors to participate in a comprehensive, independent test of GGSN performance capabilities

Axerra Scores Extra Funding
News Analysis | 9/20/2005

The pseudowire systems vendor adds another $16.25M to its coffers

Google's Own Private Internet
News Analysis | 9/20/2005

Search giant is spending hundreds of millions on a core global network to serve up content

Nortel CEO: We Blew It on DSL
News Analysis | 9/20/2005

Bill Owens wishes Nortel had stuck it out in DSL, says he needs a new CTO, and sounds off about the competition

Riverstone Aims for Access
News Analysis | 9/19/2005

New shrunken versions of the company's 15008 router aim to bring carrier Ethernet to the edge

Cannon Fires at Incumbents
News Analysis | 9/19/2005

Utah Congressman accuses Baby Bells and cable MSOs of inhibiting the growth of broadband in the US

NTT Gets Stoked?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/16/2005

Word on the street is that the secretive FMC startup is working with massive Japanese carrier NTT

MSN Goes Googling
The Philter | 9/15/2005

'Certainly, we have seen MSN hire people who, for example, formerly worked for Google or in some cases temps...'

Corning May Sell Avanex Stake
News Analysis | 9/15/2005

The 10.7 million shares held by Corning could be sold off soon, and that might not be a bad thing

Nortel Teams on WiMax
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/15/2005

Incumbent vendor leans on Airspan for sale of fixed-wireless kit and LG for mobile equipment

Redback Shares Rock: What's Up?
News Analysis | 9/14/2005

Officials say business is great, stock's up 10 percent. Is there a PTT customer in the future?

Stoke Gets Stoked With $20M
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/14/2005

Quiet-running startup grabs $19.8M in funding, works on secure fixed/mobile convergence box for building VPNs

AOL's Got VOIP Again
News Analysis | 9/14/2005

Company set to launch a residential VOIP service that won't require subscribing to AOL, plans to redouble marketing efforts

Ethernet Growing Pains
News Analysis | 9/14/2005

Service providers at the Carrier Ethernet World Congress in Berlin say that carrier-class Ethernet still has a ways to go

Future of Telecom – Europe
LRTV Documentaries | 9/14/2005

More than 350 folks from service providers and tech vendors gathered in London to talk VOIP, IP video, IMS, and next-generation IP networks

MEF: Certification Wasn't Easy
News Analysis | 9/13/2005

The first round of Carrier Ethernet certifications included a lot of do-overs, the Metro Ethernet Forum says

MEF Rubber Stamps Ethernet Gear
News Analysis | 9/13/2005

Awards its first carrier Ethernet service-compliant certificates to 39 products from 16 vendors

Can You Help Me Now?
The Philter | 9/13/2005

A little wireless hurricane PR, if you please.

Enea Revives Équipe Middleware
News Analysis | 9/13/2005

A small piece of Équipe lives on, and it's targeting the software side of the ATCA equation

802.16e Spec Nears Completion
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/13/2005

Mobile WiMax standard could be ratified by month end

EBay/Skype: A Non-Friction Play
News Analysis | 9/13/2005

Skype investor explains how Skype's functionality is designed to eliminate a key 'point of friction' in eBay's auctions

Readers Didn't See Skype Deal
News Analysis | 9/12/2005

What does eBay really want with Skype? Readers don't quite get it...

Skype My eDonkey
Light Ranting | 9/12/2005

eDonkey, the Internet company with the most curious name, leads P2P.

Kodiak Scores $15M
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/12/2005

One-time push-to-talk startup takes total VC injection to $25M

Skype's EBubble
Column | 9/12/2005

How much are the users really worth?

EBay Buys Skype for $2.6B
News Analysis | 9/12/2005

Internet retailer's share price dips as it makes the ultimate online purchase, buying VOIP service provider Skype for $2.6 billion

Alcatel Taps Layer 2
News Analysis | 9/12/2005

Enhances its 7750 Service Router to improve support for legacy Layer 2 services

Pope Joins Hammerhead
News Analysis | 9/9/2005

Good Lord! Mahi Networks founder Kevin Pope is enlisting at Hammerhead Systems

China De-Skyping?
Light Ranting | 9/9/2005

Reports say China Telecom is starting to clamp down on Skype.

Cisco Finds Another Flaw
News Analysis | 9/9/2005

New IOS vulnerability relates to FTP and Telnet authentication

Aggregation Aggravation
News Analysis | 9/8/2005

BT and Telenor keynotes highlight different strategies over aggregation networks

Paul Reynolds, CEO, BT Wholesale
LRTV Interviews | 9/8/2005

BT Wholesale's Paul Reynolds discusses BT's 21CN, soccer, video's impact on telecom carriers, and haggis (not really)

FOTE: VOIP, Video & Carlsberg
News Analysis | 9/8/2005

Enterprise VOIP catches on, video raises the eyebrows, and a lager loosens the lips

Hammerhead Cries XML
News Analysis | 9/8/2005

After talking up edge routers and pseudowires, the company reveals it's got an XML strategy, too

Jonestown | 9/7/2005

Can 100 songs really satisfy the MP3 generation?

Observers Tally Storm's Telecom Toll
News Analysis | 9/7/2005

The dependence of next-gen communications on basic public utilities severely limited their usefulness

Dodd's Recipe for Recovery
News Analysis | 9/7/2005

Financial guru says it's inevitable that the PTTs will pull an IBM, migrating to consulting and enterprise services

Ericsson Invests $1B in China
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/7/2005

Vendor targets 35 percent marketshare of lucrative 3G infrastructure business

21st Century Babel
Monkey Bidness | 9/7/2005

Beware the Google Monster.

Cisco's CRS-1 Charms C&W
News Analysis | 9/6/2005

Cable & Wireless's pledge to use Cisco's CRS-1 is only half as big a deal as you might think

Telecom Global Warming
Column | 9/6/2005

Broadband, wireless, and IP convergence is happening across the world

HP Flashes to SDPs
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/6/2005

Teams up with Flash company Macromedia to bolster its service delivery platform offering to carriers

Light Reading to Hit London
News Analysis | 9/5/2005

The wraps come off the 'Future of Telecom - Europe 2005' event at the Olympia Conference Centre in London this week

Wireless Nuggets
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/2/2005

Nokia linked to Chinese TD-SCDMA deal, Telabria goes live in the UK, and WiMax conflicts arise

Chiaro Spins Off Optics
News Analysis | 9/2/2005

The core router company has shed its optical roots, turning its Israel operation into a spinoff

$902 Million!
Red Panda | 9/1/2005

A tax rebate buried in yesterday's Lucent SEC filing

Ciena Boasts French Fancier
News Analysis | 9/1/2005

Better margins and a foot in the door at France Telecom could signal a turnaround... or not

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