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Startup Gets Clever With Cubes
News Analysis | 12/11/2001

Germany's Cube Optics has come up with a passive assembly process for making tiny optical components

Swedes Cut Metro WDM Costs
News Analysis | 12/11/2001

Swedish startup Transmode says its logical rings can cut the cost of metro DWDM nets by a factor of three

What's in a Poison Pill?
News Analysis | 12/10/2001

Avici is the latest equipment maker to adopt a shareholder rights plan to protect itself against unwanted takeovers

PMC Pushes Sonet Silicon
News Analysis | 12/10/2001

Unveils a chip that packs two gigabit Ethernet channels into a single Sonet OC48

Lattice to Buy Agere FPGAs
News Analysis | 12/10/2001

The $250 million cash transaction may not result in immediate benefits

Kestrel Flocks to New CEO
News Analysis | 12/10/2001

The FDM company moves onto its fourth CEO, while remaining mysterious about its customers and technology

kSaria Goes Ka-Ching
News Analysis | 12/7/2001

Gets another $20 million to develop automated assembly equipment for component manufacturing

RHK Reports Packet Silicon Revenues
News Analysis | 12/7/2001

At Lightspeed Europe, RHK's Russell Johnson revealed who's shipping merchant switching and routing silicon chips

Juniper CEO: Still Laser Focused
News Analysis | 12/6/2001

Scott Kriens reiterates company's focus on IP and hints at future acquisitions -- though they won't be optical

Last Mile Reaches Out
News Analysis | 12/6/2001

Experts at Lightspeed Europe say economic woes haven't stifled last-mile opportunity for carriers

Cisco Lights Up COMET
News Analysis | 12/6/2001

Cisco's COMET strategy amounts to little more than market repositioning -- but it was enough to impress Wall Street

Intel Invests in Scottish Foundry
News Analysis | 12/6/2001

It's part of a consortium that's put $5 million into CST, a combined incubator and III-V optical chip foundry

David Huber Pipes Up
News Analysis | 12/5/2001

Corvis CEO takes the stage at LightSpeed Europe to preach the benefits of all-optical networks

Testers Forge On to 40 Gigs
News Analysis | 12/5/2001

Will test equipment vendors pave the way to faster networks?

Mindspeed Unveils Terabit Switch Chip
News Analysis | 12/5/2001

Joins battle with Velio and Vitesse in the market for monster crosspoint switch silicon

RPR: Deadlock Ahead?
News Analysis | 12/4/2001

Vendors in the RPR working group still have two big issues to hack out, and the deadline looms. Will they make it?

MPLS Gets Lukewarm Reviews
News Analysis | 12/4/2001

A debate at Lightspeed Europe shows that even proponents worry about the protocol's ultimate success

VCs: Startup Opps Still Abound
News Analysis | 12/4/2001

Speakers at Lightspeed Europe urge startup investors to stay strong in the optical and storage markets

Startup Pumps More Power
News Analysis | 12/4/2001

Unique-mode's pump lasers are up to 10 times more powerful than those currently used in EDFAs

Équipe: Take the ATM Road to MPLS
News Analysis | 12/3/2001

Équipe Communications says carriers don't need to worry about having all-IP networks before installing MPLS

Mobile Access Drives IPv6
News Analysis | 12/3/2001

Cisco and Juniper announce IPv6 support and cite Internet mobile use in Asia as the killer app

NanoOpto Thinks Small
News Analysis | 12/3/2001

Startup gets $16 million to make optical subcomponents with features smaller than the wavelength of light

Sockeye Spawns Service
News Analysis | 12/3/2001

Hot on the tail of other startups pursuing routing optimization, Akamai spinoff Sockeye turns it into a service

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