Danish incumbent is the latest to field-trial femtocell technology and could move to a commercial deployment by the end of 2009
Full-power broadcasters must notify the FCC by Monday if they intend to terminate analog service on or after February 17
Canadian MSO gets big bragging rights with a new Docsis 3.0 tier that enables downstream bursts that hit the magical 100-Mbit/s mark
Sanmina-SCI offers a hand, but JDSU won't be giving up on manufacturing
Perennial chart-topper sets a new record for video traffic in December
Carriers thwarted as the EU holds firm on mobile termination fees
3:10 PM -- Like some US MSOs, some cablers up north aren't giving short shrift to switched digital video...
Are you watching, Europe? Dutch incumbent shows what can be done by joining in with municipal fiber access rollout in Amsterdam
We heart the heartland
The Ethernet-over-bonded copper pair market has been holding up fairly well, fueled by the promise of a quick return on investment
Telcos are showing progress against cable
No, not the software kind
What does it mean for Clearwire?
Not convinced TWC is attacking competition with a sense of urgency, analyst cuts stock to 'Sell'
MSO confirms it will impose monthly Internet usage caps, but the new ceilings won't apply to Charter's new Docsis 3.0 service
Router and service provider sales are down but not out. Meanwhile, Cisco is still promising an aggressive consumer push
With restructuring underway, Nortel is taking its Metro Ethernet Networks division off the block
An interesting little snippet
Ahead of MWC, Nokia Siemens unveils a software-defined, multi-standard base station that supports GSM, UMTS, and LTE
Nortel's president of carrier networks, Richard Lowe, says vendor is committed to LTE and wireless
Canadian MSOs whipping up wideband trials and deployments
But they're taking a tally just in case
Dragged down by the world economy, Cisco says its Q3 sales will drop a stunning 15% to 20% from a year ago
With House and Senate approval in hand, bill now awaits the signature of President Obama, who's already in favor of the four-month delay
Time Warner and Disney report disappointing results
Wall Street's not expecting much from the telco equipment sector next quarter
And other itidbits from this morning's earnings call
What's up, and what might be down
MSO is cutting 1,250 jobs to further reduce costs, but also expects to deploy WiMax service in 'at least one market' this year
Ten years from now, the average household will be running a 1-Gbit/s fixed Internet connection – the only question is how to get there
But a cool (yet creepy) location feature is coming to the G1
The 'real' 100-Gig era can't begin until someone has a 'real tester'
MSO adds subs in most product categories, but the rate of growth dipped in the midst of a tough economy and surging competition
Goodwill impairment charge sends Alcatel-Lucent's full year numbers deep into the red as it gears up for a tough 2009
Nortel's bankruptcy put a dent in Alvarion's revenues while restructuring charges led the vendor to post a Q4 loss of $4.8M
Web video firm worries Cox's traffic management will treat its P2P-based service as a 'second-class citizen'
Does the new Yahoo CEO have a press management problem?
Last call for the Mobile Devices unit?
Even Moto's set-top unit didn't get through Q4 unscathed
2009 will provide a vital opportunity for SIP services to demonstrate their full potential, and SIP trunking will be an important test case
Chinese vendor joins five other equipment vendors at Verizon and Vodafone's joint LTE trial
Putting a percentage on cuts and personal reevaluation
Will Android do it for Motorola in '09?
Moto's device chief has no idea when it will stop raining red ink
Moto posts a $3.6B loss for Q4, cuts its dividend, and says goodbye to its CFO
Edge routing startup says it has a more flexible capacity management tool than many similar ones used by operators today
FPGA company sees a chance to chip into an increasingly expensive ASIC market
Hulu's secret is finally revealed in Super Bowl commercial
Comcast: initial investigation suggests porn-interrupted Super Bowl moment 'was an isolated malicious act'
Apple wants Adobe to craft a specific version of Flash that will retain much of the functionality of the desktop version
How desperate is your gift search?
Q1 is going to come in light, possibly the result of U-verse delays. Prep the layoff machine
AT&T-DirecTV 'quad-play' bundle puts cable in the crosshairs, but Dish will likely feel the pinch in the short-term
Getting interactive with IPTV will take time, patience, and just the right content
Comcast says its VoIP service does not fall under the new system it is using to manage high-speed Internet traffic UPDATED 2/3 4:30 PM
Deutsche Telekom's head of new media, Randolph Nikutta, tells us that the future of IPTV could be quite stunning. In an interview taped late last year, Nikutta told us the telco is rolling out interactive features in its IPTV service over the next few years, primarily with sports programming. But, he says, the technology exists to allow viewers to be their own directors in the next five to 10 years.
Digging into Qualcomm's Q4 'Earnings Quality'
Did everyone forget how to use their DVRs?
The 'virtualization' buzzword comes to telecom, where Juniper says it's got a better alternative to virtual routers
Sources say a sale of the Shenzhen, China, manufacturing facility is imminent