A few issues went up, but here are the nine that dragged investors down
French sales hit 70,000, while reports put UK at 200,000
Cisco's CES treat: A new name for set-tops
Charlie Dietz is set to retire on January 11, but don't be surprised to see him resurface in some cable-related capacity in the coming months
Here's the list of the 10 stories that most captured the hearts and minds of our readers in 2007
The $3.5M buy of New Zealand-based Esphion adds security to Allot's deep packet inspection products
UK broadband player sees its stock jump more than 8 percent following speculation of a possible takeover bid
Dutch incumbent denies talks with Telefónica
The emergence of the packet-optical transport system will shake up the optical networking market in 2008
The company gets a jump on CES by showing off its latest gear
A family of set-tops shows off MPEG-4 and MoCA support, while a new eMTA looks to extend Moto's lead
Adding value the Icahn way
No big surprise, but the Flashwave 9500 reportedly becomes Verizon's second-source ROADM
Private equity firms grab GTS Central Europe, which operates in five key markets in Central and Eastern Europe
Release the exaflood!
Does it belong in the 'school of non-thought' that paved the way for e-anything and i-anything?
From €4.95, surely AlcaLu's share price can only go up?
Leading into CES, Marvell boosts 802.11n throughput while competitors yawn
The company is betting that service providers will want to extend media control beyond the set-top box
Microsoft's Xbox LIVE service experienced major outages for 10 days during the end of December
What got hits in 2007
Will the digital powerstation rawk a million faces at CES?
Right network, wrong idea
2008 is the year this flavor of WiMax will get in gear
World's first WiFi spy kit
CES should deliver more details on Google's new OS
All I wanted for Hanukah was a new TV
Comcast now has full ownership of cable systems in the Midwestern US that pass about 1.2 million homes
Anecdotal evidence from my family
Nokia Siemens Networks is shelling out $206 million to buy subscriber database management specialist Apertio
An à la carte-seeking lawsuit will soon cross swords in the courtroom with major cable and satellite TV service providers
Deutsche Telekom has signed up 100,000 IPTV customers, about half its target
Vodafone's CEO has 45 million reasons to sit tight