Watch what you say around AT&T
How much Cisco loves TelePresence
Hard cheese for some users
A $2.2B cash offer from Bain and Huawei sends 3Com stock soaring, but could it have done better?
Will help the firm with mobile content and ad provision
Hey, look, it's become a leader at something
German giant completes its expected acquisition of France Telecom's Dutch assets for €1.3B ($1.9B)
ThinkEquity believes that Cisco will buy Navini
As the first major nation to allocate 700MHz spectrum, the U.S. could establish global leadership in next-generation wireless networks.
Could Huawei/Bain end Cisco's win streak?
Following an extraordinary meeting of the Alcatel-Lucent board, pressure is mounting on CEO Pat Russo
More on Moffett, status on DoubleClick
A smaller smartphone for the rest of us?
Such a marriage would further threaten the potential for direct deals between Sling Media and cable operators
Sources say Cisco is well on its way to buying a WiMax base-station company
We just love that joke
BT still has some hoops to jump through before it can deploy PBT in the UK, but it has turned it on in mainland Europe
Vonage is confirmed to be guilty of violating two of three Verizon technology patents
How will Apple & AT&T feel about free WiFi calls?
Verizon Business is ready to announce its vendor choice for a multiservice edge device for its enterprise customers UPDATED 9/27 11:15 AM
Get ready for WiMax and the first compliant devices, they're coming soon, claims Sprint 4G chief at Chicago show
A truce in the VPLS holy war
After taking flak for supposedly missing the Ethernet/IPTV boat, Juniper has enjoyed a pretty good year
For the second time this year, Vonage is guilty of violating another carrier's patents
Apple shows that carriers are happy to play dumb if you have something to sell
Company makes 30 percent of the cost of iTunes downloads
'A' and 'C' get namechecked, but not 'E'
Startup has developed and now launched a switch chip designed specifically for Carrier Ethernet requirements
IPTV gets some new quality control
MVNO service launches advertising-funded mobile service for young people
Ofcom wants to open 900 MHz to 3G services
TeliaSonera takes on the regulator
Some big-name offerings are among the 90 'pre-n' products that are now certified compatible
Analyst eyes effects of Apple's Euro venture
Extracting maximum publicity for La iPhone
Another service quashed by the walled garden
Puckett and see
Duo is working towards adopting a common 4G platform, with Long-Term Evolution the front runner
The company's OME 6500 is beginning to get traction, as the market for converged optical + Ethernet equipment heats up
Even without the latest in 3G?
Vodafone & Orange to share 3G costs by pooling infrastructure
German operators cozy up for a DVB-H license
Does T-Mobile UK really want to buy 3?
Founded by a Western Multiplex vet, Exalt hopes to cash in on a wireless backhaul overhaul
Apple chooses T-Mobile to carry the iPhone in Germany, which goes on sale November 9 for $557
Apple device beats aging rockers, says O2 man
The Old Continent got its first taste of iPhone mania today, but will Europeans buy a smartphone without the latest 3G connectivity?
Nokia acquires mobile advertising firm Enpocket and builds on its new Internet services strategy
Apple boss Steve Jobs admits he may have left a trail of broken hearts in his wake in the build-up to his UK iPhone deal with O2
Networking giant buys partner Cognio, which helps to smooth the path of corporate WiFi
Ciena has picked up some assets and intellectual property of PhyFlex Networks for an undisclosed sum
O2 will be the exclusive UK operator to carry the iPhone, which will cost £269 ($536) when it hits the shops on November 9
Blame the man, not the remote
IP-PBX specialist may be on its third software release, but its cable strategy is just getting off the ground
Paetec's acquisition of McLeod gives it a national footprint it hopes will compete with AT&T and Verizon Business
Readers rank the best
Wall Street research firm weighs on how much Apple makes from AT&T through the iPhone
T-Mobile announced plans to acquire SunCom Wireless for $2.4 billion
Big box startup promises a veritable broadband beast for 2008
Success with the BBC's TV-on-demand service
To the moon, Alice!
BroadLight CEO Andrew Vought says this latest round of funding should be the company's last
Industry source says the carrier has lined up suppliers for a limited rollout of the wireless broadband tech in 2008
MSO's road to privatization will take another turn on Oct. 24, when shareholders cast their votes on the deal
SEC brings charges against four former finance VPs
Take that, Larry Ellison
Alcatel-Lucent's stock slumps 11% as it lowers its 2007 revenue projections
Contentinoplers pick Limelight as top dog
State Franchises Matter
Glass half empty or half full?
Now the Silicon Valley mesh project is called into question
Nokia Siemens Networks is in talks to buy Ethernet kit vendor Atrica, according to a source close to the negotiations
A little bit of local trouble
Verizon Business plans to improve the scaleability and costs of deploying managed services to branch offices
Everyone gains share!
Chen plans new carrier Ethernet venture called Qosera
Equipment vendor banks more funding but is still in search of customers
Big names are backing the virtualization startup which is using a new I/O scheme to help make data centers more flexible
I'm in UR puter, stealin UR identity
Low-cost local operator says it will look into rival's $7.5B bid; CFO leaves
Sycamore's finance chief swaps one nearly delisted company for another
It's the software, stupid! Why focusing on the GPhone misses the big picture
Anyone feel burnt by it?
Cisco is fueling an 'any stream to any screen' strategy by integrating with Adobe
Carrier Ethernet switch/router market was up 36 percent year over year in the second quarter, according to Heavy Reading
We told you so!
The iPhone maker unveils more devices, but the examination of who makes money from Apple's wireless adventures continues
The chip company makes its Ethernet move by acquiring Ample's assets
The optics company can't fully explain its rollercoaster of a quarter, and that seems to have left investors unsettled
Chambers is preaching it again
The shortlist is out (the CEO of Puppet Greetings didn't make the cut), so it's time to vote for your Person of the Year
BitTorrent brings supervillain back to life. I'm not joking.
Will users care enough about mobility to change to mobile WiMax as it arrives in the US?
Large local cut-rate carrier MetroPCS makes long-anticipated bid for rival Leap Wireless
Wholesale division of Dutch incumbent is to resell Narrowstep's Web TV platform and content to its customers
But you have to outdo KISS first
The FCC removed a requirement mandating that the three Baby Bells keep local and long distance as separate businesses
A patent publication spells out Google's foray into mobile payments
Pat Russo ranks #10 in global power list