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Wireless Warehousing's Real Driver
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/9/2006

WiFi-barcode systems are low cost, easily implemented, and are transforming wholesale distribution

Microsoft Goes 'Ultra Mobile'
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/9/2006

Origami not a tablet, just highly mobile, says vendor in ambitious renaming effort

Cisco, Nortel: CeBIT No-Shows
News Analysis | 3/9/2006

There are some big players missing at this year's show in Germany, plus other CeBit schnippets

Are Operators Ready for QOS Fees?
News Analysis | 3/9/2006

Despite a lot of speculation, the existence of 'QOS fee' agreements between ISPs and Internet companies remains questionable

BellSouth Faces a VOIP Choice
News Analysis | 3/9/2006

8x8's reseller agreement with BellSouth may be diminished as AT&T's CallVantage VOIP product becomes available in BellSouth country

RBOCs Aim for 10M GPON Subs
News Analysis | 3/9/2006

The big phone companies are looking for 10M GPON subs in the next five years, and the vendor shortlist includes some familar names

Enterprise Mobility's Long Memory
LR Mobile Column | 3/9/2006

Wireless carriers have years of bad will and broken promises to mend

PacketFront Gets $27M Deal, Eyes IPO
News Analysis | 3/9/2006

Swedish access vendor lands $27 million FTTH equipment deal in Denmark with partner Siemens, and looks towards an IPO

It's All About Power
Nearpoints | 3/9/2006

The New AT&T is No Cable Killer
BroadBananas | 3/8/2006

The new AT&T will be a gazillion ton gorilla. One that is poised to squash the cable bananas. Well, not exactly.

What an Asset
The Martin Chronicles | 3/8/2006

Lollygagging just became a lot harder.

Enterprise = WLAN Action
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/8/2006

New Infonetics report predicts 120 percent growth in business WiFi sales through 2009

Brewers Tap Into RFID
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/8/2006

From brewery to pub, asset manager TrenStar maximizes beer keg management

The Philter | 3/8/2006

Why am I in the media? Two words: Door Prizes.

Little Guys Call FTTP Shots
News Analysis | 3/8/2006

Everyone at OFC/NFOEC likes talking about FTTP, but the triplexer part of that market remains the purview of startups

Thar She Blows!
Monkey Bidness | 3/8/2006

Sperm countdown

Lucent's CeBIT Déjà Vu
News Analysis | 3/8/2006

Lucent has announced a slew of new European deals at CeBIT potentially worth hundreds of millions of dollars – again!

Will AT&T Become Ma Video?
News Analysis | 3/8/2006

AT&T will get some valuable video bits when it acquires BellSouth

Mobile Viral Spiral
Jonestown | 3/8/2006

Ever feel like another cog in the marketing machine?

FastWeb Offers IPTV Lessons
News Analysis | 3/8/2006

Italian triple-play pioneer gives IPTV hopefuls the lowdown on how to market triple-play services

Symons Says
The Philter | 3/8/2006

Jeanette Symons wants to make your kids smarter.

Screen-Sized Idea
The Martin Chronicles | 3/7/2006

Cingular's new video service looks like small beer

Cisco's Watching You
News Analysis | 3/7/2006

Networking giant makes a $51M buy to get into physical security with IP video gear from SyPixx

Microsoft's Tablet Habit
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/7/2006

As Origami saga unfolds, it seems Redmond likes the tablet concept a lot more than enterprise users

Level Is Unfair
The Philter | 3/7/2006

No one wants a level playing field.

Four-Footed Turks
Red Panda | 3/7/2006

Believe it or not!

AT&T Sets Up Internet Tollbooths
News Analysis | 3/7/2006

The telco giant is cooking up a set of 'packet prioritization' products for Internet content providers

Back Slappers
Cutting Loose | 3/7/2006

AT&T and BellSouth have their work cut out for them in proving merger's value to business users.

Drink to Your Health
Monkey Bidness | 3/7/2006

Swiss scientists love their beer.

Smiles Abound at OFC/NFOEC
News Analysis | 3/7/2006

The optical components industry is in a better mood this year, but not everything is fixed

Sources: Force10's Prepping Its IPO
News Analysis | 3/7/2006

Will Force10 be a force in the public markets?

Optical Stocks Climb Again
News Analysis | 3/7/2006

The week of OFC/NFOEC opens with another surge for optics. Could Google be at the root of it?

Sandvine AIMs for IPO
News Analysis | 3/7/2006

Traffic management specialist prepares for IPO on London's Alternative Investment Market in the coming weeks

Meet the New Boss
The Martin Chronicles | 3/6/2006

The more telecom changes, the more it stays the same.

Cautious on Convergence
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/6/2006

Enterprises would welcome 'true' FMC, but will AT&T/BellSouth supply it?

Will AT&T Value BellSouth's Vendors?
News Analysis | 3/6/2006

AT&T incumbents Alcatel, Cisco, Ciena, Motorola, and Siemens may see new business from the merger, while Tellabs and Redback face risk

Heavy Talking
The Philter | 3/6/2006

Heavy Reading takes to the airwaves.

Cingular's Converged Future
News Analysis | 3/6/2006

AT&T and BellSouth say convergence is key for a merged Cingular

BT Closes 21CN Deals, Touts IPTV
News Analysis | 3/6/2006

British incumbent has finalized the four remaining major vendor partner deals for its 21CN and details its IPTV plans

Cingular's Converged Future
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/6/2006

AT&T and BellSouth say convergence is key for a merged Cingular

Report: Level 3 Tops IP Transit
News Analysis | 3/6/2006

Level 3 is the most connected IP service provider in North America and Europe, according to data from Renesys

AT&T Deal Could Spur Cable Buys
News Analysis | 3/6/2006

Analyst sees cable consolidation following the announcement of a $67B merger between AT&T and BellSouth

Ma Bell Is Back!
News Analysis | 3/6/2006

AT&T and BellSouth announce a $67 billion merger that will create the nation's largest phone company

40-Gig Gets Extended
News Analysis | 3/6/2006

A startup is kicking off OFC/NFOEC with talk of new 40-Gbit/s transponders

Calix Goes to the Node
News Analysis | 3/6/2006

Calix shares details of its new access box designed for fiber-to-the-node networks

Genband on the Run
News Analysis | 3/6/2006

General Bandwidth is moving office, shortening its name, acquiring Syndeo, and adding new products

Your Tax Dollars at Work
Monkey Bidness | 3/6/2006

Something's fishy at the Pentagon.

Duane's Dollars Days
The Philter | 3/6/2006

BellSouth's big chief is going to make a pile.

RIM, NTP Come to Terms
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/3/2006

As RIM reports disappointing quarterly results, agreement ends bitter patent dispute

Industry Prepares For RF Auctions
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/3/2006

Upcoming spectrum sell-offs will determine the course of the wireless business

Oscar Picks
The Philter | 3/3/2006

For your perusal, my Oscar picks.

Finisar Ignites Optics Explosion
News Analysis | 3/3/2006

Components stocks are soaring today after Finisar announces a blowout Q3

In Japan, Vodafone Bows Out
News Analysis | 3/3/2006

Vodafone is in talks with Softbank to offload its troublesome Japanese operations

Video Pushes IMS Decisions, Report
News Analysis | 3/3/2006

Operators don't yet know what the IMS-enabled killer app will be, but most believe it will involve video

Global Crossing's Bud Basu on Convergence
LRTV Master Class | 3/3/2006

The VP for Product Management, discusses the hot convergence issues

Cable (Still) Rules
The Philter | 3/3/2006

Internet, Schminternet. Your video options are on the decline.

Ciena Down on Downgrade
News Analysis | 3/3/2006

Optical networking is still heating up, but Ciena's stock price may have already reflected its potential, say analysts

Woebegone & Fed Up
Monkey Bidness | 3/3/2006

Bush loses the Norwegian Bachelor Farmer vote.

BT Bid Fever Heats Up London
News Analysis | 3/3/2006

UK incumbent dismisses speculation that private equity companies are lining up a £20 billion bid

Has Hammerhead Nailed Verizon?
News Analysis | 3/3/2006

Sources say the startup's got two wins, including a possible $50M MCI deal

WiMax: Beyond the Hype
News Analysis | 3/2/2006

Network operators expect commercial services by 2007, according to a new report from Heavy Reading

Wyden Bill Seeks to Neutralize
News Analysis | 3/2/2006

Oregon Senator says his bill will prohibit network operators from 'discriminating' against any legal Internet traffic

Philly WiFi Stake
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/2/2006

City details muni network plans; EarthLink to build and operate

They Love to Fly
The Philter | 3/2/2006

The FCC can be a circus. Is it also a roadshow?

Cisco Bolsters Its MSTP
News Analysis | 3/2/2006

Cisco has unveiled Release 7.0 of its ONS 15454 platform, but analyst says it won't allay user concerns

RFID Rocks Back-End Storage
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/2/2006

RFID may be retail's future, but it's set to put more pressure on back-end storage

WiMax: Beyond the Hype
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/2/2006

Network operators expect commercial services by 2007, according to a new report from Heavy Reading

T-Mobile Adds 1.4M in U.S.
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/2/2006

But the carrier faces challenges in shift to 3G networks and data services

Hutchison Essar Preps IPO
News Analysis | 3/2/2006

Indian mobile carrier reorganizes its ownership in preparation for an IPO

Monkeys Shine
Monkey Bidness | 3/2/2006

Acting at its finest.

Ciena Narrows Q1 Loss
News Analysis | 3/2/2006

Q1 loss trimmed to just $6M as Ciena meets market expectations, but its stock still slides 5% in pre-market trading

BitTorrent to Open Video Store
News Analysis | 3/2/2006

The company will use its well-known brand and P2P file sharing protocol to enter the burgeoning Internet video business

BrekBone Mountain?
Monkey Bidness | 3/1/2006

Time to reopen that can of rude.

Don't Call Him a Troll
The Martin Chronicles | 3/1/2006

NTP lawyer sees RIM case as heroic struggle... I think.

What the Heck's With Avanex?
News Analysis | 3/1/2006

Stock gets a 20 percent shot in the arm for no apparent reason. Good times!

The Sonus Short Leash
The Philter | 3/1/2006

Why is Mark Sullivan wearing a dog collar?

Becoming Dumb Could be Good for Business
BroadBananas | 3/1/2006

In a research report this week, Sanford C. Bernstein & Co.'s Craig Moffett concluded that Wall Street fears about cable operators becoming relegated to 'dumb pipe' status are vastly overstated.

Net Neutrality Debate Wydens
News Analysis | 3/1/2006

Sources in the Capital say sentiment has shifted away from the net neutrality cause

Rivals Fancy C&W's Castoffs
News Analysis | 3/1/2006

UK alternative operator Thus likes the look of the 27,000 customers Cable & Wireless wants to dump

Virus Leaps to Wireless
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/1/2006

Some antivirus companies complain that discoverer has not shared the code for new threat

Marge Versus Madison
Monkey Bidness | 3/1/2006

Americans prioritize.

Cramer Gets T-Soft, Nixes IPO
News Analysis | 3/1/2006

OSS firm has abandoned its IPO plans and is expanding its product range, starting with the purchase of T-Soft

Sonus Wins at Japan Telecom
News Analysis | 3/1/2006

Softswitch firm gets its foot in the door at Japan Telecom with a deal to outfit the carrier's new VOIP service

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