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Amazon Fires Up Low-Cost Tablet Market
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/28/2011

Amazon’s new tablet lacks wireless connectivity, but it could make up for it with its low cost, Android customization and Internet storage

Huawei Unveils Its U2Net Vision
News Analysis | 9/28/2011

Chinese vendor provides its optimal architecture for today's video-heavy networks

Pure-Play Policy's Future Is Fading
News Analysis | 9/27/2011

New Heavy Reading research shows service providers don't think they can scale their existing policy to handle new data demands

Testing ALU's FP3 400G With Spirent
Video Resources | 9/26/2011

Spirent's Ross Cassan goes on site with Alcatel-Lucent's Sr. Director, Houman Modarres to discuss their new 400 Gbps network processor, the FP3.

IMB & eMBMS: Wait-and-See Mobile TV
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes | 9/23/2011

IMB and eMBMS have a year to improve their penetration in the mobile video market to become long-term options for mobile offload

Complete backhaul turn-up in 15 minutes
Video Resources | 9/20/2011

EXFO's innovative approach to characterize, validate and turn-up backhaul links within 15 minutes. The comprehensive Backhaul Tri-PAK is a one field-optimized testing solution eliminating today’s backhaul challenges. One tech, one tool, one time.

Data Center Opts for Dumb Pipe
News Analysis | 9/19/2011

DIY lives. Take that, cloud computing

Carrier Ethernet Backhaul NIDeo
Video Resources | 9/19/2011

Tired of throwing money at your Ethernet network? Accedian Networks' NIDeo shows you how you can leverage the best of Carrier Ethernet to assure your mobile backhaul services, monitor network performance, guarantee SLAs and significantly reduce OPEX.

RIM Plans a Q3 PlayBook Revival
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/15/2011

RIM will cut the price of its PlayBook tablet and introduce a software overhaul in hopes of reviving weak sales in time for the holidays

RIM's Q2 Profit Falls on Weak Shipments
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/15/2011

RIM shipped 10.6M BlackBerry smartphones and 200,000 PlayBook tablets, missing its estimates and hurting Q2 earnings

Europe's Digital Duo
EuroBlog | 9/15/2011

9:35 AM Telefónica and Telenor have both just restructured and created digital services development units

State of Cisco
Craig's A-List | 9/15/2011

9:15 AM The death of '12% to 17%' and what to do about Huawei

Photos: Verizon's Developer Conference
Slide Shows | 9/14/2011

Scenes from Verizon's third-annual developer love-fest at the swanky Aria Resort in Las Vegas

Juniper Says Job Cuts Are Minor
News Analysis | 9/14/2011

Something's causing people to leave – voluntarily or not – but Juniper says its headcount will grow by the year's end

New Standards Proposed for Future Bandwidth Relief
News Analysis | 9/13/2011

ATIS Network Optimization Focus Group finds ways to use existing technology to help wireless and wireline networks handle the crunch

Broadcom to Buy NetLogic for $3.7B
News Analysis | 9/12/2011

Merger to add multi-core and knowledge-based processors, along with cutting-edge mobile base station technology, to Broadcom's portfolio

NTT Taps Into Brazil's Potential
News Analysis | 9/12/2011

US affiliate of Japanese giant extends its global IP network into the increasingly hot Brazilian market

Cisco Starts Totally Ragging on Juniper
News Analysis | 9/12/2011

No, it's not a headline from The Onion

Liberty Opens an IP Gateway
LR Cable News Analysis | 9/8/2011

Horizon, a QAM/IP hybrid box, is set to deploy next year, with an open app store to follow

MegaPath Takes High-Speed Ethernet Nationwide
News Analysis | 9/7/2011

Ethernet-over-copper technology from Adtran will enable MegaPath to offer up to 400 Mbit/s downstream to businesses and cell towers

Consumers Embrace Video Calling, if It's Free
News Analysis | 9/2/2011

Skype, Facebook and Google+ all help build the video chatting trend, even among older consumers, as long as price is right

Carriers Face Cloud Resistance
News Analysis | 9/1/2011

Savvis warns telcos that enterprises currently favor commodity cloud offerings -- the challenge is to educate them about value-added alternatives

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