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Rats Ate My Broadband
Light Ranting | 6/24/2005

Big Moby Happy Meal
Monkey Bidness | 6/24/2005

Call it a Quarter Tonner...

Carriers Question BT's Sanity
News Analysis | 6/24/2005

Other incumbents are telling BT that it shouldn't have caved in on access competition

HDTV Pushes Telcos Toward MPEG-4
News Analysis | 6/24/2005

Harmonic and Tut Systems each claim to be the first to deploy working MPEG-4 streams in telco TV networks

Smaller Carriers Go Big With VPLS
News Analysis | 6/24/2005

BT's 21CN plans remain on track, but the UK's smaller carriers are touting their own next-gen IP networks now

Persona Turns Control Freak
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/23/2005

FMC startup Persona says convergence should be about user control

AT&T Goes Global (Again)
News Analysis | 6/23/2005

Expands its international capabilities, particularly in China, as it looks to reap rewards from a $10B investment

ATCA Starts to Rumble
News Analysis | 6/23/2005

A Heavy Reading report finds more than 100 ATCA products launched or in the works

Tektronix Gets a Little TDA
News Analysis | 6/23/2005

Buys software-based test system company TDA Systems, a move that headlines several recent test and measurement news items

Life's a Beach
Monkey Bidness | 6/23/2005

And then you go to hell.

Kids These Days
Light Ranting | 6/23/2005

Monkeys Slandered by Science
Monkey Bidness | 6/23/2005

Another victory for Mankind.

Valley Wonk: The Quiet Jack Kilby
Column | 6/23/2005

Kilby's death at 81 ends an electronics era

BT Let Off the Hook
News Analysis | 6/23/2005

Legally binding deal with UK regulator saves BT from breakup process, and keeps 21CN plans intact

LR Poll: USTA Takes Show Lead
News Analysis | 6/23/2005

Supercomm is dead, and a two-horse race is fast and furious to determine what will be the next Big Show

Flarion Wins in Finland
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/23/2005

Startup scores its first publicly announced 450MHz network deal

100 Years, Still No Exit
Monkey Bidness | 6/22/2005

It's the Sartre Centennial.

Thursday Is D-Day for BT
News Analysis | 6/22/2005

BT execs face a sleepless night ahead of a regulatory Thursday that could affect its 21CN plans

Spain Preps $500M Broadband Net
News Analysis | 6/22/2005

Keynoters at LR conference to describe monster municipal broadband project in Catalonia

Huawei Plans to Triple Euro Business
News Analysis | 6/22/2005

Vendor makes European sales projections, plays down acquisition talk, reiterates IPO position

PicoChip Scores $20.5M
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/22/2005

Chipset startup has now raised $41.5 million in VC funding

Huawei Plans Euro Push
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/22/2005

Vendor makes European sales projections, plays down acquisition talk, reiterates IPO position

Super Pics
The Philter | 6/22/2005

Myrio's Quiet Quandary
News Analysis | 6/22/2005

Myrio exec says Microsoft's Early Adopter program gave carriers a way to test the IPTV waters with Wall Street

Cisco Speaks Applications
News Analysis | 6/21/2005

The debut of AON is a bold new direction but could cause friction with enterprise middleware partners

Siemens Unveils VOIP Package
News Analysis | 6/21/2005

New solution pairs Siemens softswitch with any number of media gateways

AT&T: We've Got FMC Too
News Analysis | 6/21/2005

Says BT and BellSouth aren't the only major carriers working on a fixed/mobile convergence offering

Oh! The Humanity!
Monkey Bidness | 6/21/2005

Tragic road mishap kills dozens.

AT&T: We've Got FMC Too
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/21/2005

Says BT and BellSouth aren't the only major carriers working on a fixed/mobile convergence offering

Chip Father, 81, Dead
Light Ranting | 6/21/2005

Supercomm 2005 Review
LRTV Supercomm | 6/21/2005

Convergence, carrier trends, and monkey humor mark this lightning fast look back at Supercomm 2005

Wankers & Mash
Monkey Bidness | 6/21/2005

Potato Rights Are On The March!

Huawei Unveils God Box
News Analysis | 6/21/2005

Launches product that combines B-RAS, session controller, firewall, and deep packet inspection

Airspan Preps OEM Deal
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/21/2005

Broadband wireless vendor is set to announce high-profile WiMax partnership – Ericsson appears likely candidate

Ericsson in WiMax Win?
News Analysis | 6/21/2005

Airspan set to announce high-profile WiMax partnership – Ericsson appears likely

Tastes Like Chicken
Monkey Bidness | 6/21/2005

Muskrat Love...

Hula Girls
The Philter | 6/20/2005

Intel's Radio Ambitions
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/20/2005

Silicon giant takes steps towards 802.11n and intelligent radios

Acronym Olympics
Light Ranting | 6/20/2005

Cisco Set to Detail XML Strategy
News Analysis | 6/20/2005

Expected to announce Application-Oriented Networking (AON) and its strategy for XML networking

RHK: Rest in Pieces
News Analysis | 6/20/2005

RHK's research arm is bought by Ovum, and the consultancy business becomes a 'boutique'

IPWireless Scores at T-Mobile
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/20/2005

As expected, UMTS-TDD vendor wins high-profile Czech deal

Ericsson Swoops on Axxessit
News Analysis | 6/20/2005

Ericsson offers to buy Norwegian MSPP vendor for $51 million in cash to bolster its metro Ethernet capabilities

Ericsson Faces Switch Battle
News Analysis | 6/20/2005

Unstrung Insider warns of threat to vendor’s mobile softswitch crown

Kozlowski on the Hook
Light Ranting | 6/17/2005

Verizon's Optical RFP: The $1B Question
News Analysis | 6/17/2005

Verizon has a big WDM RFP out there, but will it be a billion-dollar baby, as some analysts say?

NetCentrex Tackles IMS (and Huawei)
News Analysis | 6/17/2005

NetCentrex gears up for the emergence of IMS and looks for ways to work around Huawei's competitive pricing

Telecom Firms Get Twisted & Delisted
News Analysis | 6/17/2005

At least seven telecom companies have received delisting notices in recent weeks UPDATED 6/20

CoSine: 'Come & Get Us'
News Analysis | 6/17/2005

After selling off most of its assets, troubled vendor CoSine is now touting its intellectual property

Raj Singh Resurfaces
News Analysis | 6/17/2005

The Fiberlane legend is running another company, possibly targeting XML chips

Ericsson Faces Switch Battle
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/17/2005

Unstrung Insider warns of threat to vendor’s mobile softswitch crown

Sycamore: The Great Nothing
Column | 6/17/2005

The Way of Sycamore could lead to the Ultimate Nothing

Sycamore Gets Delisting Notice
News Analysis | 6/17/2005

Nasdaq says company's symbol will be branded with an 'E,' and if appeal fails, it will be dropped

Mercy Me! Get My Lawyer!
Monkey Bidness | 6/17/2005

Two writers charge discrimination, but we think the issue may have been their prose style.

Exponential-e Woos Media
News Analysis | 6/17/2005

With Ethernet providers increasingly targeting vertical markets, Exponential-e goes for the media sector

AutoCell Gets New CEO
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/16/2005

Eric Janszen adds to the ex-BlueSocket contingent at the wireless LAN software startup

Today Is Bloomsday
Monkey Bidness | 6/16/2005

Rejoyce! (to steal a phrase)

VOIP Peering: Incumbent Killer?
News Analysis | 6/16/2005

Stealth and other peering points are providing more signaling and database features, offering an alternative to the PSTN

WiMAX Telecom to Invest $85M
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/16/2005

European service provider minnow eyes massive 802.16 expenditure

Stupid Things
The Philter | 6/16/2005

More Cheap Laffs
Monkey Bidness | 6/16/2005

Want to improve your PR? Hire a looney!

Fraudbuster Azure Raises $15M
News Analysis | 6/16/2005

Specialist in preventing fraud and other 'revenue leaks' lands $15 million in new funding

AT&T Plots WiMax Trial
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/16/2005

Will target enterprise users in Atlanta, and will be 'much bigger' than existing New Jersey trial

Cisco Buys Startup for $1.2M per Employee
News Analysis | 6/16/2005

Eight-month old, 11-person security firm is picked up by its landlord, Cisco

Skype Rules North American VOIP
News Analysis | 6/16/2005

Skype's VOIP service is responsible for about half of the VOIP minutes on North American networks

Tellabs Trips at Sprint
News Analysis | 6/15/2005

Calix and Entrisphere prevail in Sprint triple-play race

Supercomm Review
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes | 6/15/2005

ROADMs and pseudowires were major matters at Supercomm 2005; beaches and bowling also made the agenda

Telecom Startups Play in XML
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/15/2005

Startups are pitching XML routers for telco networks, but Cisco isn't far behind

Mobile NGN: A Step Toward IMS & the All-IP Core
LR Mobile Column | 6/15/2005

Mobile NGN: A Step Toward IMS & All-IP Core
Softswitch and IP technology is having a disruptive impact on mobile core network design, with knock-on effects on the vendor landscape

Hot Monkey
The Philter | 6/15/2005

Meru Gets $12M Third Round
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/15/2005

VOWLAN startup grabs more dough, talks up voice prospects

BT Unveils FMC Service
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/15/2005

Claims it has launched world’s first combined fixed and mobile phone service based on UMA technology

BT Goes Blue
News Analysis | 6/15/2005

Launches world’s first combined fixed/mobile phone service based on UMA technology

Beards & Beers
Monkey Bidness | 6/15/2005

Are you manly enough for the World Beard and Moustache Championships?

Yahoo Enters VOIP Fray
News Analysis | 6/15/2005

Yahoo confirms it has closed a deal to purchase long-time VOIP player Dialpad for an undisclosed amount

Watch Yer Back
The Philter | 6/15/2005

BelAir Buffs Up
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/14/2005

BelAir intros single-radio as it eyes municipal mesh business

Neptune Nears Earth
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/14/2005

One year after its much-anticipated launch, Nortel's MPE 9500 router still awaits general availability

RBOCs Cast Wide GPON Net
News Analysis | 6/14/2005

Further details of the RBOCs' RFI for GPON equipment, and their plans to compete with cable operators, are coming to light

RBOCs Moving on MidBand Ethernet?
News Analysis | 6/14/2005

A group of small companies is helping carriers cross the last mile with Ethernet, and the RBOCs have taken notice

T-Mobile Touts Wi-Fi Hot Spot Usage
BroadBananas | 6/14/2005

Be Prepared
The Philter | 6/14/2005

Wireless Scuttlebutt
News Analysis | 6/14/2005

Nokia linked to Alvarion OEM, Megisto rumored to be on the ropes, and Flarion finds Finnish friends

Wireless Scuttlebutt
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/14/2005

Nokia linked to Alvarion OEM, Megisto rumored to be on the ropes, and Flarion finds Finnish friends

Pickup Website O'the Day
Monkey Bidness | 6/14/2005

Amoebas welcome – engineers, too!

Larry's Interview Technique
Monkey Bidness | 6/14/2005

I'll sing you the tale of Akbar from Fife...

Good Point
The Philter | 6/14/2005

Aruba Wins Microsoft Deal
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/13/2005

Aruba wins massive worldwide deployment deal with the software giant

LR Rules Supercomm Lanes
Slide Shows | 6/13/2005

Fake industry analysis and a pile of snapshots tell the story of Light Reading's Supercomm party

IPTV Alters Network Landscape
News Analysis | 6/13/2005

IPTV requires new switching and routing architectures, and may not be a slam dunk for Cisco and Juniper

IPTV Poll: Opening for RBOCs
News Analysis | 6/13/2005

Readers are open to IPTV from RBOCs and mobile operators, but security is a big challenge

The Weather Desk
Light Ranting | 6/13/2005

Microsoft Preps for Telco Battle
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/13/2005

Microsoft sees SDPs as the way into service providers' hearts

SOMA Scores $50M
News Analysis | 6/13/2005

Broadband wireless vendor has now raised a whopping $175M in VC investment

SOMA Scores $50M
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/13/2005

Broadband wireless vendor has now raised a whopping $175M in VC investment

Proxim Sells Assets for $21M
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/13/2005

Moseley Associates buys struggling vendor in a deal previously hinted at by Unstrung

Nokia and Intel Team on WiMAX
BroadBananas | 6/10/2005

Nokia, the top supplier of mobile handsets, and chip giant Intel Corp. announced a cooperation agreement today aimed at accelerating the development, adoption and deployment of WiMAX technology.

Less Is More
The Philter | 6/10/2005

Supercomm 2005: Thursday
LRTV Supercomm | 6/10/2005

Discussions of WiMax and carrier Ethernet services dominate the final day of Supercomm 2005

Nokia Commits to Mobile WiMax
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/10/2005

Finnish vendor teams with Intel ahead of 802.16e standardization later this year

We've Got Our IPTV
Column | 6/10/2005

IPTV not working? Sure it works – try it out

Nortel COO Resigns
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/10/2005

Former Cisco exec leaves the COO spot at Nortel after just three months on the job. CTO departs, too

Nortel COO Resigns
News Analysis | 6/10/2005

Former Cisco exec leaves Nortel after just three months. CTO departs, too

Grid Startup Hits the Source
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/10/2005

Little Univa hopes to be the Red Hat of grid computing technology

ATCA Finds Its Way
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/10/2005

Supporters for the standard set their eye on the wired edge and the wireless core

Ethernet Goes Wide at Supercomm
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/10/2005

Ethernet providers look to advanced services at Supercomm

Nokia Commits to Mobile WiMax
News Analysis | 6/10/2005

Finnish vendor teams with Intel ahead of 802.16e standardization later this year

Jacko Virus Alert
Monkey Bidness | 6/10/2005

More e-molestation...

Straight Shooters
The Philter | 6/9/2005

IMS: What Are the Hot Apps?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/9/2005

Applications take baby steps towards IMS

Supercomm 2005: Wednesday
LRTV Supercomm | 6/9/2005

LRTV's coverage of Supercomm 2005 - featuring more interviews with industry movers and shakers such as Bill Smith, CTO of BellSouth

Cisco, Alcatel Join Infranet Successor
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/9/2005

The Infranet is dead! Long live the Infranet! The IIC is reborn as standards-based effort with more vendor support

Supercomm Snippets
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/9/2005

M&A murmurs, ZTE's North American plans, and more chitchat from the show floor

IMS: What Are the Hot Apps?
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/9/2005

Applications take baby steps towards IP multimedia subsystems

Source: Sonus Has BellSouth Deal
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/9/2005

Sonus may have beat Siemens in bid to provide softswitch technology to BellSouth

UMA Gains Ground
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/9/2005

Alcatel and Nokia talk up convergence work as BT preps Bluephone service launch

Ericsson, Broadsoft Snack on Danish
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/9/2005

Two vendors team on IMS as Ericsson lands another deal as integrator for a European operator

Starving at Supercomm
Light Ranting | 6/9/2005

Soccer? I Hardly Know'er!
Monkey Bidness | 6/9/2005

Welcome to Dortmund, City of Romance.

Martin: FCC to Classify IP Video
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/9/2005

FCC Chairman Kevin Martin says he's 'sympathetic' to the franchising woes of new IPTV players

US WiMax Looks to 2006
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/8/2005

Alvarion, Aperto, and others gear up to supply kit for a potential mid-2006 launch of WiMax services in the US

US WiMax Looks to 2006
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/8/2005

Alvarion, Aperto, and others gear up to supply kit for a potential mid-2006 launch of WiMax services in the US

Ditech's Itsy Bitsy Jasomi Deal
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/8/2005

Angel-backed VOIP session border controller is snatched up for $20M, $47M less than what Juniper paid for Kagoor

Sonus Cleared by SEC, Stock Jumps
News Analysis | 6/8/2005

Volatile shares pop 6 percent as multiyear accounting mess winds down

Infranet Seeks Image Change
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/8/2005

The Infranet Initiative is toning down its Juniper roots in hopes of attracting certain other vendors

Lucent Sees IPTV Opening
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/8/2005

Hooks up with Orca to target large, Tier 1 deployments of IP video and rattle the Alcatel/Microsoft partnership

Johann Adidas Bach?
Monkey Bidness | 6/8/2005

Earliest known shoebox discovered...

Supercomm 2005: Tuesday
LRTV Supercomm | 6/8/2005

LRTV's Supercomm 2005 continues

Server Honchos Flash Blades
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/8/2005

Sun, HP, and IBM show off their telecom blade servers at Supercomm

IMS: Pulling the Pieces Together
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/8/2005

Mobile convergence startups and established networking vendors are converging at Supercomm

IMS: Pulling the Pieces Together
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/7/2005

Mobile convergence startups and established networking vendors are, er, converging at Supercomm

IBM Scopes Out IPTV Party
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/7/2005

The global integrator is positioning itself for telco video, cutting in on Alcatel and Microsoft

Alcatel Launches Service Manager
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/7/2005

Teams with Bridgewater to offer subscriber and service management for triple-play networks

LR Poll: IPTV Means Control
News Analysis | 6/7/2005

LR poll shows benefits of end-to-end IPTV may outweigh the tradeoffs

Aperto Readies WiMax Boxes
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/7/2005

Aperto readies product as interoperability testing looms

Chicken Kiev It Ain't
Monkey Bidness | 6/7/2005

Calling Comrade Sanders!

BellSouth Maxes in Georgia
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/7/2005

Plans trial of wireless broadband kit from Navini this August in Athens, Ga.

BellSouth Maxes in Georgia
News Analysis | 6/7/2005

Plans trial of wireless broadband kit from Navini this August in Athens, Ga.

Monk Bidness
Monkey Bidness | 6/7/2005

Why you should never flip off a Buddhist.

Keynote Kronicles
Light Ranting | 6/7/2005

Valley Wonk: Party On!
Column | 6/7/2005

What better measure of an industry's health do we have than the quality of tradeshow parties?

Supercomm 2005: Monday
LRTV Supercomm | 6/7/2005

IMS, ATCA, and fixed/mobile convergence are already emerging as big stories at Supercomm 2005.

ROADMs Roll On
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/7/2005

New technologies keep the ROADM momentum flowing at Supercomm, but the volume is still not there

Penn Passes It On
Monkey Bidness | 6/6/2005

Who'd a'thought Penn (& Teller) Jillette would do something asinine?

SDP Costs Get a Grilling
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/6/2005

A change of mindset is needed when evaluating service delivery platform ROI, say LR conference speakers

Spirent Latest to Tackle Video Test
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/6/2005

Spirent dives into video test boom, taking a scenario planning approach to compete with vendors such as Acterna and Agilent

Aruba Secures With Sygate
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/6/2005

Switch startup integrates software to check out 'unmanaged' clients on a WLAN network

Telecom Exec: VOIP Is a Pain
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/6/2005

A Time Warner Telecom VOIP executive kicked off Supercomm by sprinkling a little cold water on the VOIP business

AMCC, Vitesse Nearly Tied the Knot
News Analysis | 6/6/2005

Communications chip biggies had merger talks earlier this year, sources say. With COO now gone, could they resume?

Supercomm Preview
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes | 6/6/2005

Our wise men sharpen their pencils, turn their eyes to the key trends in store for next week

Juniper Aims E-Series at IPTV
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/6/2005

The new E320 increases Juniper's B-RAS capacity to 320 Gbit/s and 128,000 subscribers to accommodate IPTV

AT&T Adopts Microsoft's SDP
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/6/2005

AT&T will use Microsoft's service delivery platform to develop business services: SDPs to be hot at Supercomm this week

LRTV Supercomm Preview
LRTV Supercomm | 6/6/2005

What are the biggest opportunities and challenges facing carriers in 2005? LRTV arrived the day before Supercomm 2005 to ask exhibitors and show organizers what they think.

Ericsson Acquires NetSpira
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/6/2005

Incumbent vendor purchases Spanish data services platform startup for undisclosed sum

Broadbanders Bubbly Over Bundles
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/6/2005

Research says consumers like the idea of dealing with one party for voice, video, and data

Become a Heavy Reading VIP!
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes | 6/5/2005

Here's your chance to get an insider's view of the telecom industry's fastest-growing research organization

Time Warner, Not Vonage, Leads VoIP Growth
BroadBananas | 6/3/2005

The ongoing claims by the hype-masters at Vonage Holdings Corp. that the company is "the fastest growing telephony company in North America" are as reliable as Vonage's E-911 service.

Airgo's Laptop Ambitions
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/3/2005

MIMO maker wins Samsung laptop contract, looks further

Feeling Beat?
Monkey Bidness | 6/3/2005

Today is Allen Ginsberg's birthday.

SBC, Microsoft Defend Lightspeed
News Analysis | 6/3/2005

SBC stays true to its timeline despite rumblings of Project Lightspeed delays

Valet Weirdness
Light Ranting | 6/3/2005

Supercomm Preview, Part I
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/3/2005

Heavy Reading analysts sharpen their pencils and turn their eyes to the key trends in store for next week

Acterna Puts Video to the Test
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/3/2005

Kicks off expected Supercomm video and IPTV announcements with the launch of its video service test modules

NJ Defends Old Glory
Monkey Bidness | 6/3/2005

In which the Guv'nor is not amused and dashes off a letter...

Interoute Meshes Europe
News Analysis | 6/3/2005

Pan-European carrier offers multipoint Ethernet service in 61 locations

Poll: Open Up the Air!
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/2/2005

Readers say more public spectrum is needed to help solve potential 802.11 congestion problems

Big Fat, Late Planes
Light Ranting | 6/2/2005

Voodoo Muses on WiMax
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/2/2005

Carrier expects 802.16 technology to serve 'certain niche goals'

Tazz Welcomes May in June
News Analysis | 6/2/2005

Adds new CEO to go with latest funding as broadband growth bolsters policy management sector

Ciena Shares Down, Despite More Sales
News Analysis | 6/2/2005

It's selling more gear, but still losing money; stock sags a bit and cash burn slows UPDATED 5PM

Crescent Fertile for Marconi
News Analysis | 6/2/2005

Now called the Marconi Service Router, the former Crescent box is picking up revenues and new features

Citrix to Buy NetScaler for $300M
News Analysis | 6/2/2005

Citrix lines up $300 million purchase of traffic management specialist NetScaler

Telecom Video Network Architecture Basics
LRTV Documentaries | 6/2/2005

Until now, industry discussion of broadband has tended to focus on the network required to support the applications: Is it passive or active? Ethernet or IP? Fiber or copper? Wireless or wired? And so on. The problem with this approach is that it puts the network cart before the applications horse – the really interesting and important element of broadband service is the ways in which people will use it, not the network that it runs over. In this LRTV documentary, we reverse t

Tellabs Secures BellSouth Biz
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/1/2005

Tellabs gets exclusive FTTC contract from BellSouth through 2006

Wishful Thinking
Light Ranting | 6/1/2005

Net Insight Offers IPTV Alternative
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/1/2005

CEO says IP isn't up to the task of effectively handling transport of large amounts of video traffic

Da Vinci Code Shouldered
Monkey Bidness | 6/1/2005

Dan Brown: Threat or menace?

Sprint Chases SDP Success
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/1/2005

Carrier claims 10 enterprise deals for its service delivery platform

Sprint Chases SDP Success
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/1/2005

Carrier says it has already won 10 enterprise customer deals for its service delivery platform

Valley Wonk: The Indie Startup
Column | 6/1/2005

After seeing IMMI get crushed in the telecom crash, Denny Miu wanted to think small for his next startup

Nortel Posts Q1 Loss
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/1/2005

Charges send it into the red, but wireless infrastructure sales boost revenues

You Don't Know Spit
Monkey Bidness | 6/1/2005

IP telephony? Same ol' spit.

Nortel Posts Q1 Loss
News Analysis | 6/1/2005

Charges send it into the red, but revenues are up

Parama Sells for a Song
News Analysis | 6/1/2005

Sneaky startup Bay Microsystems pockets Parama, seeing possibilities in the single-chip ADM space

SBC on TV Franchise Regs: We're Immune
News Analysis | 6/1/2005

Is SBC in denial about TV franchising? Carrier is aloof after telco-friendly franchising bill fails in Texas legislature

Alcatel Makes Aruba Plans
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/1/2005

Says partnership will boost its fixed/mobile convergence story

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