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Vicki Warker, VP of Marketing for Sprint Business Solutions, talks about Sprint's latest services and the evolution of its wireless network.
They call him 'Mr. Teats.'
Q1 profits fell slightly, as wireless gains were offset by costs associated with buying MCI and rolling out a fiber network
Now with more than 10,000 strategic locations worldwide and more than 12 million customer connections, Wayport Inc. weighs in on where the WiFi business is going next.
Gotta be the tea.
Craig Farrill, CEO of Kodiak Networks, talks about how the right kind of voice applications can drive mobile minutes usage up and give carriers a big advantage over free calling services, such as Skype.
Local loop unbundler Opal Telecom taps the vendor for multiservice access platforms and Ethernet switches
The Senate's version of a new video franchise law, introduced Monday, leaves much of the franchising power in local hands
Score one for Time Warner Cable and Siemens Communications. The two companies announced earlier today that they have demonstrated the integration of VoIP, mobile and Wi-Fi technologies to deliver fixed mobile convergence.
PR pro declares us 'useless.'
Real-world apps take the stage over pie-in the-sky technologies
Same defendant (RIM), different plaintiff (Visto) UPDATED 5/3 5:10PM
Verizon's Q1 profits fell slightly, as wireless gains were offset by costs associated with buying MCI and rolling out a fiber network
Can't get enough of this place.
BT has started a new round of 21CN vendor engagements, focusing this time on service creation and development capabilities
Reliance sets its sights on broadband expansion as profits and subscriber numbers rise
While cell phone games stagnate, enterprise users await mobile services
We're looking for potential stories and interview opportunities for GLOBALCOMM™ 2006
Mike Tighe, Director of Strategy and Development for Verizon Business, looks at the evolution of Carrier Class Ethernet, how Enterprise businesses are currently using it and the positive impact that it now offers on the ROI of their IT investments.
LR survey proves it. Sort of.
Vendor to reduce its workforce by a further 1,000 staff as stiffening international competition continues to eat margins
The IPTV headend player warns on sour Q1 results, names a new CFO, undergoes cost restructuring, and announces 'modest' layoffs
AT&T will launch its great white hope, the fiber-based Project Lightspeed, in San Antonio next month
In a quiet equipment testing round, CableLabs approved four more cable tech devices last month, including two voice modems, one cable modem termination system (CMTS) and one cable modem.
Visto wants to serve customers and sue competitors. Time to choose
It's no longer just the likes of Wal-Mart that are looking at RFID technology
An upcoming spectrum auction is expected to draw big bids from T-Mobile as well as several non-traditional bidders
The buying spree continues, as Level 3 picks up competitive carrier TelCove for about $1.2B
Surf the Internet, catch a stoner... get $50.
So what happened with Juniper?
Startup unveils new products, CFO, $25M VC, and even utters the letters 'IPO'
Startups that look to fulfill a broad range of enterprise requirements
The company claims its newest core router outdoes the Cisco CRS-1 and Juniper T640
Sweeping judgment against Seven leads to new RIM patent suit UPDATED 4PM
Bluesocket has a new 'enterprise class' MIMO-based access point. Are things getting faster in the office?
Let's get political.
Startup looks to break away from the SSL VPN pack by locking down users' PDAs and smart phones
Nextel veteran Morgan O'Brien wants the FCC to set aside 30 MHz of valuable spectrum for public safety
New Light Reading sister publication will be aimed squarely at covering enterprise security