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BigBand Rebounds
LR Cable News Analysis | 7/11/2007

BigBand shares gained back some lost ground in the wake of an analyst's upgrade

Flipping The Bird... On
BroadBananas | 7/11/2007

Will DirecTV's new HD-heavy satellite be the 'Death Star' cable has long feared?

The Important Question
Jonestown | 7/11/2007

What everyone wants to know about the iPhone

Megasoft Bids for Boston Comms
News Analysis | 7/11/2007

India's Megasoft makes a $65 million play for billing services specialist Boston Comms to add to its growing telecom assets

Wind & 3 to Cast Off Masts
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/11/2007

Wind and 3 Italia have signed a memorandum of understanding to combine their tower assets and sell them to a third party

Startups See More Cache in Carrier P2P
News Analysis | 7/11/2007

Peer-to-peer traffic is a problem; is caching the solution?

FCC Wants Open Broadband
Jonestown | 7/10/2007

New FCC moves could make the US market more like Europe's

TiVo Shores Up End Run
The Bauminator | 7/10/2007

Ordering movies on the TV screen... Where have I heard of that before?

Bundling Mesh
Cutting Loose | 7/10/2007

Bigger operators getting involved in municipal mesh WiFi could help to give such services a longer lifespan

Lonely, Lonely People
Jonestown | 7/10/2007

Your call will be ignored in the order it was received

Gemstar Sale Could Shake Up IPGs
LR Cable News Analysis | 7/10/2007

A sale of Gemstar-TV Guide International could shake up the interactive program guide market

Preacher Plays Prank
Red Panda | 7/10/2007

Do you believe in magic?

Huawei Wins at TIM
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/10/2007

With wins at Telecom Italia and Vodafone, Huawei is making headway among tier one European mobile operators

7-Eleven: We Really Do Suck
Monkey Bidness | 7/10/2007

Home of the Squishee!

UMass Trusts in VOIP
News Analysis | 7/10/2007

The University of Massachusetts is deploying VOIP using Cedar Point's Safari C3 Multimedia Switching System

OSS Firm Raises $14M
News Analysis | 7/10/2007

OSS vendor Celona lands £7 million ($14 million) as it ramps up to meet demands for telco-specific data migration system

Google to Buy Security Specialist
News Analysis | 7/10/2007

Google has opened its wallet again and laid down $625 million in cash for hosted security specialist Postini

WiFiBerry
Jonestown | 7/9/2007

More eagerly awaited WLAN phones get the green light

Waiver Fallout
The Bauminator | 7/9/2007

The US ban on set-tops with integrated security may have gone into effect, but this story is far from over

AT&T Goes Muni in Riverside
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/9/2007

Ma Bell launches its first WiFi mesh network in California

Blyk Stalls UK Launch
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/9/2007

The launch date for Blyk's UK ad-funded mobile service has slipped as startup gets to grips with business model and being an MVNO

Femto Players Gun for Gateways
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/9/2007

Major vendors such as Nokia Siemens Networks and Alcatel-Lucent are looking to integrate femtocell technology into home gateways

A Palm Time Line
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/6/2007

SEC filings reveal how the PDA pioneer ended up with PE firm Elevation

Report: Identity Crisis Looms for Telcos
News Analysis | 7/6/2007

Telcos could miss out on a revenue opportunity by not deploying identity management offerings quickly enough

Stock Spike Threatens Cablevision Deal
LR Cable News Analysis | 7/6/2007

Cablevision shareholders may be reluctant to approve a deal to take the MSO private following a stock surge

AlcaLu Touts IP Upgrades
News Analysis | 7/6/2007

Fixed-line chief says DPI and policy management features in its edge routers will help in the battle against Cisco and Juniper

BBT Exits Alpha
The Bauminator | 7/6/2007

Beyond Broadband moves closer to a downloadable conditional access system and an 'open' set-top platform

Moto to Take $101M Charge
LR Cable News Analysis | 7/6/2007

Second-quarter job cuts leave Motorola with a $101 million charge

Afghans Bhan Smoking
Monkey Bidness | 7/6/2007

Progress: Taleban nannies

Sandvine Profit Jumps
News Analysis | 7/5/2007

DPI vendor announced record profits on a 171 percent revenue increase

AT&T: We'll Have HD VOD Too
News Analysis | 7/5/2007

AT&T plans to offer an HD VOD service on U-verse. But will its slower FTTN network handle it?

BigBand Shares on Downward Swing
LR Cable News Analysis | 7/5/2007

Nervousness about BigBand's involvement with two big customers – Verizon and Comcast – appears to be contributing to a stock slide recent weeks

Broadband Comes Home
Wireless Bits | 7/5/2007

Femtocells: Wireless broadband – this time it's personal

Father Freakshow
Red Panda | 7/5/2007

Everybody's got a brand

Spirent Loses on Wireless Unit Sale
News Analysis | 7/5/2007

Only 18 months after buying it for $51 million, Spirent sells wireless video quality test business SwissQual for just $3 million

Flags R US Dammit!
Monkey Bidness | 7/5/2007

More vitally important legislation

Vodafone RFP Fuels Femtocells
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/5/2007

Vodafone issued an RFP for femtocells about six months ago and an analyst says it's the one the industry is watching

i Caramba! iPhone Hacked Already
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/5/2007

Researchers find bugs in iPhone browser, Bluetooth, and WiFi connections

IBM Almaden Preps Spinoff
News Analysis | 7/5/2007

Possibly eyeing Internet video, IBM is turning its IceCube storage project into a company

Mixed Fortunes for Test Vendors
News Analysis | 7/5/2007

Radcom slumps, EXFO flies, Spirent speaks out on PBT testing, and more

TEF Let Off the Hook
EuroBlog | 7/4/2007

EC tickles guilty Telefónica with tiny fine

India's Spice Sets IPO Date
News Analysis | 7/4/2007

Regional mobile operator raises $129M from its IPO and is set to begin trading by July 20

More Mideast M&A Mania
News Analysis | 7/4/2007

A review of recent financial activity in the bustling Middle East telecom market

Summer Reading
Craig's A-List | 7/4/2007

It's all torpo and flexo and TCP/IP

iPhone Fever Hits Europe
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/4/2007

Deutsche Telekom's stock gets a boost from a report that its mobile operator T-Mobile has won iPhone distribution rights in Germany

Airvana Plots $83M IPO
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/3/2007

The CDMA maven eyes a Nasdaq float

Got FiOS? Say Goodbye to DSL
News Analysis | 7/3/2007

Verizon's fiber access service leaves cut copper connections in its wake. Should CLECs worry?

Google's Web Convergence
Jonestown | 7/3/2007

Search giant buys GrandCentral in 'one number' play

Silly Season Gets Serious
Cutting Loose | 7/3/2007

Summer is no longer the preserve of lightweight stories about wireless or iPhone fashion pieces

Goddess Demoted
Monkey Bidness | 7/3/2007

Still, it looks good on the resumé

Independence Day Celebration
BroadBananas | 7/3/2007

CEA marked July 1 as sort of an Independence Day for consumers

Google Buys Unified Services Startup
News Analysis | 7/3/2007

Google has acquired California startup GrandCentral Communications

Nokia Siemens Lands $900M India Deal
News Analysis | 7/3/2007

NSN signs contract to expand Bharti Airtel's mobile and fixed networks in a deal worth around $900 million

Flat Is Back: Toward the All-IP Mobile Network
Column | 7/3/2007

Mobile operators worldwide are evaluating how best to adopt a flat, IP-centric network architecture

FT Preps Femtocell RFP
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/3/2007

France Telecom issues an RFP for 3G femtocells, but warns that the technology is not yet mature enough for large volume orders

Marvell's Options Drama
News Analysis | 7/3/2007

The chip company got its revised earnings filed, but it appears the process wasn't exactly pretty

Neuf Makes Acquisitions Count
News Analysis | 7/3/2007

Neuf Cegetel's broadband-focused acquisitions have made it second only to France Telecom in its domestic high-speed access market

AT&T to Buy Dobson for $5.1B
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/2/2007

Buyout of the nation's third largest operator will bolster AT&T coverage

Flat Is Back: Toward the All-IP Mobile Network
LR Mobile Column | 7/2/2007

Mobile operators worldwide are evaluating how best to adopt a flat, IP-centric network architecture.

ECI Bought Out in $1.2B Deal
News Analysis | 7/2/2007

The optical equipment manufacturer agrees to a buyout price of $10 per share

Mobile Phones Generate Passwords
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/2/2007

New app puts two-factor authentication on handset

Birdie Beat Down
Red Panda | 7/2/2007

Vampire-bird starts trouble at Burger King

MRV Sags on Fiberxon Buy
News Analysis | 7/2/2007

MRV's merger with Fiberxon is done, despite questions looming over Fiberxon's books

Trading Journalism
The Philter | 7/2/2007

Blogging trends have a shilling effect on journalism

Industry Forms Femto Forum
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/2/2007

Femto Forum forms to take on standards and marketing for the home base station market

Cisco Field Update
Craig's A-List | 7/2/2007

Do garbage dumps make good neighbors?

Slideshow: C-COR Global IP Summit
LR Cable News Analysis | 7/2/2007

Cable Digital News invaded the third annual C-COR Global IP Summit. Here's visual evidence of our trip to Cannes

Bell Canada Goes Private
News Analysis | 7/2/2007

Bell Canada agrees to be acquired by the Ontario Teacher's Pension Plan in the largest takeover in Canadian history

Carlyle Eyes Virgin
LR Cable News Analysis | 7/2/2007

Reports put possible bid for cable giant by private equity firm Carlyle Partners at up to $11.7 billion before debt considerations

Verizon & Others Get Their Waivers
LR Cable News Analysis | 7/2/2007

Verizon and more than 100 others obtained special waivers Friday, just ahead of the FCC's ban on set-tops with integrated security

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