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Clearwire Can't Stray From WiMax 'Til 2011
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/7/2009

Clearwire is committed to WiMax until late 2011 under an agreement with Intel, according to a recent SEC filing

Comcast Snares a CLEC
LR Cable News Analysis | 10/7/2009

Purchase of Cimco Communications jumpstarts Comcast's move into the mid-level business services market

thePlatform Takes On Tremor
LR Cable News Analysis | 10/7/2009

Tremor's Acudeo platform will now be available for publishers on thePlatform's video management system

FCC at CTIA: 'Spectrum Is Oxygen'
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/7/2009

In the opening CTIA keynote, new FCC head Julius Genachowski says that spectrum is key to the mobile future in the US

CTIA Bits: Big Fun in San Diego
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/7/2009

Day 1 brings a personal TV from FLO, an international Kindle from Amazon and AT&T, and a beefed up V CAST lineup

WiMax vs. LTE: The Rematch
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/7/2009

This time it's personal: WiMax and LTE are going toe-to-toe yet again in the battle to be the 'real' 4G standard

ITU: Ciena Bids $521M for Nortel's MEN
News Analysis | 10/7/2009

Bidding war starts as Ciena settles on price for Nortel's optical assets, but analyst thinks Ciena will be outbid by one of its rivals

Top Picks Services Update
Wireless Bits | 10/7/2009

7:00 AM Less than 10 days left to defend your consumer service and tell us why you think it should be our Top Pick

ITU: Huawei Predicts WiMax Boom
News Analysis | 10/7/2009

Huawei expects its WiMax sales to go through the roof as it predicts 100 percent growth for 2010 to $1 billion

ITU Day 2: WiMax Brings It
News Analysis | 10/6/2009

The second day of the ITU Telecom show saw a swath of WiMax news from Africa, West and East Europe, and Asia/Pacific

AT&T Takes Lock off iPhone 3G VoIP
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/6/2009

AT&T removes VoIP bone of contention

Second Life Chat
Craig's A-List | 10/6/2009

4:45 PM Ah, distant memories of 2007

Fiber Optics Pioneer Wins Nobel Prize
News Analysis | 10/6/2009

Without Charles Kao's work, fiber networks would use repeaters every 50 or 60 feet. Which would be funny, but not so useful

Kudelski's Persistence
The Bauminator | 10/6/2009

2:50 PM Will sweetened cash offer for OpenTV pay off this time?

Arris Dips on Downgrade
LR Cable News Analysis | 10/6/2009

Shares tumble more than 9 percent amid worries that Arris won't be able to maintain margin levels as Docsis 3.0 upgrades taper off

Verizon & Google Build on Android
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/6/2009

The pair crafts a partnership that's expected to produce a family of Android devices over the coming years

The FCC's Dangerous Road
The Cable Pipeline | 10/6/2009

10:45 AM Its heavy-handed, top-down approach could derail the original intent to stimulate broadband-related investments

Clearwire Takes WiMax to Spain
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/6/2009

Clearwire preps a mobile WiMax service launch in Spain next year and picks Alvarion and ZTE to supply the infrastructure

Equinix Offers Global Ethernet Peering
News Analysis | 10/6/2009

Ethernet services get the meetup point carriers have been craving, courtesy of hosting specialist Equinix

LR Video Poll: Cellphone or Internet?
News Analysis | 10/6/2009

Which could you live without?

ITU: Mugabe Set for Geneva
EuroBlog | 10/6/2009

8:15 AM Word at the ITU Telecom show is that Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe is due to attend the event Wednesday

CTIA Bits: AT&T, T-Mob Lead Handset Charge
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/5/2009

Three vendors offer new AT&T devices, while T-Mobile taps Android

Watch Us Watching You
The Philter | 10/5/2009

5:25 PM At CTIA this week, we want to know what you're seeing at the show

Microsoft's App Store Arrives
Wireless Bits | 10/5/2009

3:55 PM Windows Mobile Marketplace launches tomorrow

China 3G Update: App Stores & iPhones
News Analysis | 10/5/2009

As all of China's operators have launched 3G services, the focus turns to winning customers and meeting network coverage goals

Ciena's Looking Over Nortel's MEN
News Analysis | 10/5/2009

Nothing's happened yet, but Ciena says it's at least looking at Nortel's Metro Ethernet Networks business

ITU: Cisco's Chambers Hints at More M&A
News Analysis | 10/5/2009

Cisco CEO sees signs of an improving economy and is looking globally to add to the Tandberg acquisition

Foundry's Next Move
Craig's A-List | 10/5/2009

1:45 PM Brocade might be ready to sell out

Verizon & Friends Prep LTE VC Fund
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/5/2009

Verizon Wireless, Ericsson, Alcatel-Lucent, and several VC firms are banding together to create a $1.3B fund for LTE applications

ITU: Out of Touch?
EuroBlog | 10/5/2009

9:45 AM A dancing troupe? Really??

ITU Day 1: Green Is the Color
News Analysis | 10/5/2009

ICT's role in combating climate change looks set to be a key message in Geneva this week, though connectivity and investment are also hot topics

Cable-Tec Expo Tries Something New
LR Cable News Analysis | 10/5/2009

SCTE returns at a new time, with new themes, and a new opening gambit

ITU RumorWatch: Ericsson, NSN
EuroBlog | 10/5/2009

9:00 AM Euro vendors at center of show floor gossip in Geneva

Telenor, Altimo Make Peace
Wireless Bits | 10/5/2009

8:50 AM Companies plan joint venture and pledge to end feud

Behind Closed Doors
EuroBlog | 10/5/2009

8:00 AM In Geneva, the big hitters are meeting in private

An LTE iPhone? Think 2012 (or Later)
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/2/2009

What LTE devices will come first, and when, is starting to become clearer

Nagravision Joins DTA Waiver Parade
LR Cable News Analysis | 10/2/2009

The company becomes the sixth to get an FCC waiver on integrated security. Nagra's next crusades: SimulCrypt and downloadable security

ITU Telecom: Cloudy, Smelly & Wireless
News Analysis | 10/2/2009

What's on the agenda at ITU Telecom World? A heavy dose of IT, green issues, and economics, with more than a slight whiff of wireless

AsiaWatch: India Shrinks in Q2
News Analysis | 10/2/2009

Telecom services revenues dipped during Q2, as did mobile ARPU, plus more from India and the rest of Asia/Pacific

Talking Transport
Craig's A-List | 10/2/2009

1:30 PM Top Picks: Optical burst versus optical backbone

Telco 2.0 Speculation
EuroBlog | 10/2/2009

1:00 PM The Telco 2.0 sector is hot, but talk of M&A activity is overcooked, says one vendor

This Week in WiMax
Kaps Korner | 10/2/2009

12:50 PM Philly 'soft launch' kicks off big Q4 for Clearwire

Keeping Up With Comcast
The Bauminator | 10/2/2009

11:00 AM MSO reportedly in talks to grab a controlling stake in a new, larger version of NBC Universal – and it won't have to spend $35B

Nortel Fire Sale Update
EuroBlog | 10/2/2009

10:35 AM Tax crunch, GSM sale, and packet core clearance

The Skins Game
Monkey Bidness | 10/1/2009

6:00 PM Sports journalism just keeps getting better

Tandberg Deal Boosts Cisco's Video Plans
News Analysis | 10/1/2009

Cisco's video ambitions hit the big time, as Tandberg reaches a mainstream market missed by Cisco's premium TelePresence kit

'Millions' of LTE Handsets by 2012?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/1/2009

Semicon maker Altair expects LTE handset market to hit volume shipments in 2012

ViaSat Acquires WildBlue
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/1/2009

$568M deal should bring broadband to rural areas

Cisco Socks Radvision
Craig's A-List | 10/1/2009

3:40 PM Having Cisco as your major customer has its drawbacks

Optical Burst Startup Bags $32M
News Analysis | 10/1/2009

Ireland's Intune Networks raises a new round of cash in the wake of its Irish government deployment deal

Cisco Bets $3B on Tandberg
LR Cable News Analysis | 10/1/2009

Deal aims to beef up Cisco's video infrastructure portfolio

Does Comcast Have Eyes for NBCU?
The Bauminator | 10/1/2009

8:35 AM MSO labels a report that it's in talks to buy NBC Universal for $35 billion as 'innacurate'

Thailand Set for Broadband Surge
News Analysis | 10/1/2009

With 3G and WiMax licenses in the offing, mobile and fixed broadband services are about to take off in Thailand, reports Pyramid Research

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