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Comcast Ready to Kick Apps With 'CodeBig'
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/29/2011

MSO's 'CodeBig' initiative aims to create common APIs for apps that support a variety of devices and extend reach of cable-delivered content

Verizon Devising Uber Strategy for Home Services
News Analysis | 4/29/2011

The telecom, business and wireless units are jointly developing services that could create new markets for FiOS

Looking for Convergence? Use a CMAP
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes | 4/29/2011

The converged multiservice access platform combines CMTS and edge QAM functionality into a single platform inside the headend

NSN Finally Seals $975M Moto Deal
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/29/2011

NSN finally buys Moto wireless know-how for a lower price of $975M after 10 months of international wrangling

Infinera Races the Clock on 100G
News Analysis | 4/29/2011

Still getting punished by the lack of a 40Gbit/s product, Infinera confirms it's on target to get 100 Gbit/s launched by year's end

Huawei's New Strategy Challenge
AsiaBlog | 4/29/2011

11:30 AM Heavy Reading considers the challenges Huawei faces with its new enterprise- and mobile-device-driven growth strategy

Xbox 360 Jumps Through Hulu's Hoop
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/29/2011

Elsewhere: Cablevision preps 50-Meg tier, Royal Wedding sets streaming records, Time Warner CEO praises Netflix, Dish reopens Blockbuster stores

Shanghai's FTTH Future
AsiaBlog | 4/29/2011

10:15 AM Shanghai's fixed broadband infrastructure is undergoing a massive transformation, but ultra broadband services haven't reached the masses yet

Happy Snaps: LR's Next-Gen Video Conference
Slide Shows | 4/29/2011

Our conference on how cable evolves to become a next-gen video platform was a hit, and we have the photos to prove it

Is Growth Slowing at Huawei?
AsiaBlog | 4/29/2011

9:15 AM Heavy Reading Senior Analyst Sterling Perrin is surprised by Huawei's growth expectations for 2011

When Nokia & NFC Meet Angry Birds
Research Rewind | 4/29/2011

This week: Angry Birds, a good SON, LTE in Malaysia, mobile banking in Asia-Pacific, Brazilian broadband, dieting Poles

Sidera Switches Low-Latency Service
News Analysis | 4/29/2011

By adding low-latency switches, Sidera is targeting more financial service locations with ultra-low-latency service

Huawei's New Strategy
LRTV Soundbites | 4/29/2011

Heavy Reading consultant Berge Ayvazian analyses Huawei's new strategic direction

Moto Ships 250K Xooms But Waits on LTE
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/28/2011

Moto Mobility is pleased with sales of its first tablet, but says it's waiting on Verizon to fix its LTE issues to launch the 4G Droid Bionic

TW Cable Flirts With Full IP Video Simulcast
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/28/2011

The MSO eyes a set-top-free world as it prepares to deliver most of its linear TV lineup to iPads, TVs and other connected devices

Analyst Fingers NSN Server for Verizon's 4G Fail
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/28/2011

Morgan Keegan analyst suggests that Verizon LTE outage was caused by NSN server in the new network

Huawei vs. ZTE – FIGHT!!
AsiaBlog | 4/28/2011

1:40 PM When will the writs end?

Level 3 Claims Unique Backhaul Strategy
News Analysis | 4/28/2011

Adding microwave towers to optical regeneration sites opens up easy access to nationwide fiber optic network

Verizon Says That LTE Is Back
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/28/2011

Normal service is resumed, the operator says, after first major outage for the LTE service Wednesday

Cisco Cuts Into Arris CMTS Margins
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/28/2011

Arris hopes to halt eroding margins and compete with a new software release that doubles the density of deployed CMTS line cards

Apple May Bite On 'iCloud' Domain
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/28/2011

Elsewhere: Comcast adds primetime hits to free VoD lineup, Epix rolls apps for connected devices, DirecTV mulls a Netflix killer

Huawei's Enterprise Vision Gets Cloudy
News Analysis | 4/28/2011

R&D exec John Roese explains some tech angles Huawei will take as it tries to wedge its way into the enterprise and cloud markets

Sprint Perks Up in Competitive Q1
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/28/2011

Sprint narrows the gap between it and its larger competitors in Q1, but CEO Dan Hesse warns growth would go away in a duopoly environment

Starz Follows TV Everywhere
LRTV Interviews | 4/28/2011

Peter Roberts discusses what a content provider can get out of the TV Everywhere trend

Euronews: April 28
News Analysis | 4/28/2011

Technicolor is in the pink, Everything Everywhere adds contract customers and Swisscom does FTTP in today's Euro telecom news digest

Traver Bursts Back on the TV Scene
The Bauminator | 4/28/2011

4:45 AM Former Comcast Media Center COO Gary Traver has resurfaced at a stealthy startup called CloudBurst TV

The End of Docsis
LRTV Interviews | 4/28/2011

The father of the cable modem preaches the age of caches and the flat, digital network

Color Flows Back Into Technicolor's Cheeks
EuroBlog | 4/28/2011

4:30 AM There are signs of renewed vigor at the French video specialist

SignalSet Hops Out of Stealth Mode
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/28/2011

Startup raises $6 million and inks remote carrier switching deals that blend Sprint's CDMA network with T-Mobile's GSM network for M2M

Sterling Perrin at Huawei's Annual Analyst Conference
LRTV Soundbites | 4/28/2011

Heavy Reading senior analyst Sterling Perrin gives the lowdown on Huawei's annual analyst conference in Shanghai

Cable's IP Video Options Abound
The Bauminator | 4/27/2011

5:25 PM The inevitable transition to IP video was the big topic at this week's Cable Next-Gen Video Strategies conference

Savvis Exec Argues Against Cloud Standards
News Analysis | 4/27/2011

Telecom players buying cloud services companies makes sense, as long as they don't impose standards too quickly, Steele says

Verizon Investigating LTE Outage
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/27/2011

Users report that Verizon's new 4G network is suffering from its first major nationwide outage

Comcast's Over-the-Top Dilemma
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/27/2011

Comcast's programming arm could profit from selling Web video outside the MSO's footprint, but the cable operation is focused on the triple play

Think Before You Develop
Que Sera Sarah | 4/27/2011

10:50 AM AlcaLu wants developers to plan ahead for LTE and create apps that are network aware, not just more bandwidth hungry

CenturyLink Clouds Up With Savvis Buy
News Analysis | 4/27/2011

But will CenturyLink have to sweeten its $2.5B offer?

Nielsen to Fix iPad Blind Spot
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/27/2011

Nielsen intends to fill an important gap by tracking live TV viewing on iPads by the end of this year or early 2012

AlcaLu Lures Developers With Free Tools
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/27/2011

To quicken app development for operators, AlcaLu is offering free access to OpenPlug, as well as training on how to use the tools it includes

Verivue: Cable's Content Delivery Demands
LRTV Interviews | 4/27/2011

Cable MSOs are now asking content delivery networks for more adaptive streaming and content delivery to consumer electronics, according to Verivue's Ganesh Pai

Nokia Cuts 4,000 Jobs, Sheds Symbian
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/27/2011

Nokia plans to outsource Symbian development, and 3,000 staff, to Accenture and cut 4,000 jobs

Verizon Stocks VoD Vaults With 24K Titles
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/27/2011

Elsewhere: Cox hails new wireless chief, Dish seals Blockbuster buy, and Technicolor pumps cash into Digitalsmiths

Euronews: April 27
News Analysis | 4/27/2011

Nokia drops a jobs bombshell while Ericsson has a pleasing first quarter in today's EMEA news digest

Mobile Data Fuels Ericsson's Q1
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/27/2011

Swedish vendor starts 2011 on a high with a surge in profits and a 17% year-on-year increase in revenues for the first quarter

Huawei Aims for $100B Annual Revenues
News Analysis | 4/27/2011

Chinese vendor expands its horizons and targets annual revenues of $100 billion within 10 years

'Defining Paradigms' at Comcast
LRTV Documentaries | 4/27/2011

Comcast's chief software architect Sree Kotay says he wants to compete on capability not compatibility

RIM's Tablet: A Mobile Social Media Machine
Jonestown | 4/26/2011

7:15 PM I'm not as down on the RIM tablet as many in the tech press, but users need to think about how they'll use the gizmo

Arris Touts Whole Home Solution
LRTV Interviews | 4/26/2011

Tom Williams from Arris pitches his firm's 'whole home solution' for combining OTT, linear and user-generated content

Boxee, Roku Predict Pay TV's Transformation
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/26/2011

Roku CEO says a cable MSO will use over-the-top video to sell video programming outside its footprint within two years

Mobile Apps Get a GroupOn
Que Sera Sarah | 4/26/2011

4:05 PM OfferedApp lets consumers download a daily paid app for free, if you're willing to give up some personal data

TiVo's Blended Experience
LRTV Interviews | 4/26/2011

TiVo's David Sandford talks about how his company is more than just a DVR provider

AT&T Claims to Be a Femtocell Big Spender
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/26/2011

AT&T CTO says the operator is spending large to make sure femtocells work well on its network and talks about the future of network capacity

Can SON Relieve 4G Broadband Opex Pressures?
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes | 4/26/2011

The profitability of 4G may depend on the development of self-organizing network technology

Roku: Why Cable Should Go Over the Top
LRTV Interviews | 4/26/2011

Roku CEO Anthony Wood says his company is a next-generation content distribution platform and cable MSOs no longer have to own wires to sell customers a great video experience

Force10's Fabric Is a Quilt
News Analysis | 4/26/2011

With so many others pitching complete data center networks, Force10 figures there's room for a more open approach

Sony Teases Upcoming Tablets
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/26/2011

Consumer electronics giant previews its first two tablets, plans to differentiate with unique hardware design and a focus on media

Boxee CEO: Why TV Everywhere Won't Win
LRTV Documentaries | 4/26/2011

Boxee CEO Avner Ronen says MSOs are making a mistake by assuming that the TV experience is going to be different from the landscape of other connected devices in consumer homes

Cisco: Set-Tops Are Going Away
LRTV Documentaries | 4/26/2011

Cisco's Ken Morse explains that set-tops as we know them today are going to become less important over time

The Disappearing Set-Top
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/26/2011

Cisco CTO Dr. Ken Morse says set-tops are becoming 'virtual' as MSOs and other service providers continue to give IP video the vote

Cable Gets Serious About IP Video
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/26/2011

Heavy Reading survey finds that about 40% of MSOs across the globe plan to launch IP video services by 2012

Netflix Takes Subscription Video Crown
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/26/2011

Elsewhere: Charter wants to unload its LA cable system, Genachowski to drop in on The Cable Show, Rogers gets it on with TR-069

Euronews: April 26
News Analysis | 4/26/2011

RIM tries to make friends in Russia, InfoVista reports Q3 and Polish smartphone sales soar in today's whistle-stop tour of Euro telecoms

Cable's IPTV Motivation
The Bauminator | 4/26/2011

Heavy Reading's Alan Breznick sets the stage for today's LR Live cable event in New York with a reminder of how competition is encouraging cable operators to embrace IP and to reach more devices

Operators Vie for SIM-Based NFC Control
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/26/2011

Wireless operators in the US want to lead the charge for NFC, and they have some distinct advantages that will help their cause

Coming Soon: The White iPhone 4
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/25/2011

Reports say the mythical white iPhone 4 should finally hit AT&T and Verizon shelves this week as Apple spends longer building the LTE-compatible iPhone 5

AT&T Sells Portable Cell Towers for Emergencies
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/25/2011

Carrier's new suitcase-sized cell tower lets first responders set up their own wireless service when a natural disaster strikes

What Color Is Your Cloud?
Rewired | 4/25/2011

12:30 PM Telecom players are chasing the cloud market, but will they embrace the real cloud model, or fall back on old (bad) habits?

Netflix: More Subscribers Than Comcast?
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/25/2011

Elsewhere: Time Warner Cable expands iPad TV lineup, Comcast deploys low-cost HD boxes, 3-D video hits Nintendo Wii and AT&T expands U-verse

Q&A: Sling Media Founder Blake Krikorian
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/25/2011

Krikorian on the iPad streaming scuffle, how Sling has stayed above the legal fray and why EchoStar's Sling strategy has fallen short

Reliance Aims for January BWA Launch
Rumors | 4/25/2011

Reliance, the only operator with pan-India BWA license, is planning to launch mobile broadband services in January 2012

5 Reasons SMBs Aren't Using Cloud Services
SMB Services News Analysis | 4/25/2011

Getting stuck with the wrong service or service provider is a big worry being addressed by the IEEE's Cloud Computing Initiative

What Is Dish's Magic DVR Number?
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/22/2011

How many DVRs Dish will have to replace will determine if it's dealt a death blow or merely a flesh wound

FCC Continues Dance With Incumbents
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes | 4/22/2011

Is the FCC's recent call for comment an olive branch to incumbent telcos, or another weapon to wield against them

Will Google Start a 1-Gig Fiber Renaissance?
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/22/2011

Elsewhere: FCC tracks online TV competition, Limelight and Akamai to lock horns again, CEO salaries ebb and flow at Cablevision and Netflix

OS Watch: Samsung Countersues Apple
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/22/2011

In this week's OS rundown, Samsung says Apple's the patent infringer, while Apple says Android's fragmented -- oh, and it's tracking you too

AT&T: Expect More 4G from T-Mobile Buy
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/22/2011

AT&T is now saying that it will cover 97% of the U.S. population with LTE if the T-Mobile buyout is approved

Coming Soon: NG-PONs
Next-Generation PONs News Analysis | 4/22/2011

The equipment and standards for NG-PONs are showing up now, but demand is just around the corner, according to Heavy Reading's Graham Finnie

Service Providers Cash in on Financial Services
Research Rewind | 4/22/2011

This week: IP Multimedia Subsystem, opportunities for service providers in financial services; mobile finance; mobile social networks

The Next-Generation of PONs
LRTV Soundbites | 4/22/2011

Why Cox Is Cautious on Clouds
SMB Services News Analysis | 4/21/2011

Its SMB customers want managed security, online backup and other specific service, but aren't clear on 'cloud' as a concept

Dish Tries to Get One Over Netflix
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/21/2011

Elsewhere: Hulu blocks the BlackBerry PlayBook, Hollywood in a huff about premium VoD, Insight rolls multi-room DVRs, Comcast expands WiMax footprint

Verizon Speeds Up LTE Expansion
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/21/2011

Verizon is accelerating its LTE expansion as the HTC Thunderbolt and other 4G devices prove to be big sellers in Q1

NSN, Moto Deal Gets Clearance
News Analysis | 4/21/2011

NSN turns a Q1 profit and gets the OK from Chinese regulators to proceed with its Motorola asset buy

Future of Finance Rests on Network Security
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes | 4/21/2011

Network security is critical if mobile banking, mPayments, electronic wallets and similar financial services apps are to succeed

Nokia Puts Microsoft Strategy Into Action
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/21/2011

Device maker signs a definitive agreement with Microsoft as its handset market share continues to decline in the first quarter

Euronews: April 21
News Analysis | 4/21/2011

China approves NSN's Motorola deal, KPN battens down the hatches and Tesco buys a Blinkbox in today's roundup of European telecom news

Apple iPhone Explodes, iPads Sizzle in Q2
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/20/2011

Apple had a record-breaking second quarter, but it was driven by the iPhone, not its tablet sales

Is Apple iStalking You?
Jonestown | 4/20/2011

5:00 PM Apple may be collecting location data about iPhone users, but the real question is whether they're selling it and to whom

IMS: Revival or Last Stand?
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes | 4/20/2011

Are developments such as RCS and VoLTE evidence of a comeback for IMS, or just a last gasp?

Dish May Have to Disable Millions of DVRs
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/20/2011

TiVo shares are up almost 30% after court upholds ruling that found Dish in contempt of an order that required it to disable infringing DVRs

Can Netflix Keep Flying?
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes | 4/20/2011

Netflix may look invulnerable right now, but pressure from major content rights holders could cause its business model to crack

Telco Systems Goes Shopping at ANDA
News Analysis | 4/20/2011

Ethernet access player sells product lines and intellectual property to an edge equipment specialist to get more reach in a quickly consolidating space

AT&T's LTE Plans Provide Clue to iPhone 5 Launch
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/20/2011

AT&T's plans to launch its 4G service may neatly align with a rumored September launch for the next Apple iPhone

AT&T Looks From iPhone to LTE to Increase Subs
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/20/2011

AT&T is counting on a smooth path from the iPhone to LTE smartphones to drive continued growth as it feels the squeeze from Verizon and Sprint

LightSquared Bags Cellular South Deal
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/20/2011

Large US indie operator signs LTE roaming deal with LightSquared; Sprint soon to follow?

Virgin Gives 1.5-Gig Wideband a Whirl
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/20/2011

Elsewhere: AT&T ups U-verse subs, Apple TV reaches milestone, layoffs at Vecima, and DirecTV sets the debut of premium, $30 VoD titles

China Mobile Sees the Light(Radio)
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/20/2011

China Mobile and Alcatel-Lucent will collaborate on the development of lightRadio and new mobile network architectures

AT&T's iPhone Growth Continues
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/20/2011

But smartphone competition from Verizon and others is forcing AT&T to be less iPhone-dependent

Cisco Contractors Get a Week Off
News Analysis | 4/20/2011

Pre-Easter bonus time! And yes, we're being ironic -- really, it's a bit of cost-cutting during a trying time for the router giant

Bright House a Beacon for Cisco's ASR 9000
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/20/2011

A major MSO goes big with Cisco's edge router to aggregate all its residential and commercial services traffic at the edge

Euronews: April 20
News Analysis | 4/20/2011

Analysts sharpen their knives over Nokia while Virgin Media pushes up its operating income in today's digest of EMEA telecom news

Juniper Unscathed by Japan So Far
News Analysis | 4/20/2011

Slowed sales due to the Japanese earthquake shouldn't stop Juniper from growing in Q2, officials say

Sprint: AT&T's Misleading on Merger Talk
Que Sera Sarah | 4/19/2011

Sprint fires back at AT&T, saying it's distracting the public from the real issue at hand, the creation of an innovation-crushing duopoly

How 2: Upload & Publish Photos on Light Reading
LRTV Soundbites | 4/19/2011

This is a tutorial for LR editorial staff on our new photo uploading workflow

T-Mobile Bobsleds Into VoIP With Facebook
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/19/2011

The first in a new series of apps does VoIP calls via Facebook, and T-Mobile promises video calls next

Tellabs Scoops Two Russian Backhaul Deals
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/19/2011

Russia's biggest operators, MTS and MegaFon, are migrating to IP-based mobile backhaul, and both will use Tellabs gear

Satellite Primed to Pump Life Into Dead Zones
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/19/2011

Dish and three satellite firms tell the Feds they have the capacity and financial story to bring broadband to unserved areas

Sprint/LightSquared Deal Expected Soon
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/19/2011

It could be as soon as next week, now that Sprint has squared things away with Clearwire

Q&A: Verizon's Joe Ambeault
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/19/2011

FiOS TV isn't going to let recent spats between MSOs and programmers derail or slow down its own TV Everywhere plans

Ericsson's M2M Ambitions
Wireless Bits | 4/19/2011

12:25 PM Swedish vendor marches towards 50B connections

Netflix Streaming Plans May Go Family-Friendly
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/19/2011

Elsewhere: No HBO Go for Time Warner Cable, ESPN drops poker shows, Dish to close some Blockbuster stores, Philips exits TV business

Devices Drive ZTE in Q1
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/19/2011

Chinese equipment vendor's sales rose 51 percent in the first quarter on 3G handset gains in Europe and the US

Sprint Gives Clearwire $1B Boost
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/19/2011

After months of wrangling over wholesale pricing, Sprint and Clearwire reach a deal that will give the WiMax operator payments of at least $1 billion through 2012

Verizon: Hackers Still Using Old Tricks
News Analysis | 4/19/2011

Verizon's annual data breach study shows smaller firms now at risk as the bad guys look for easy access to valuable info

TeliaSonera v. Tele2
Wireless Bits | 4/19/2011

10:05 AM Mobile data growth and aggressive pricing round out a tale of two Swedes

Sony Ericsson Stays Profitable Despite Quake
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/19/2011

Handset vendor stays in the black in the first quarter despite supply chain problems, a decline in sales and a fall in units shipped

Euronews: April 19
News Analysis | 4/19/2011

Ericsson buys Telenor's M2M unit, the EC opens up spectrum for 4G and Sony Ericsson's figures are earthquake-affected in today's roundup

Ethernet Europe: COLT's Service Wrap
LRTV Interviews | 4/19/2011

Peter Agnew, Director of Network Service Design at COLT, talks about the pan-European operator's ""service wrap,"" the role of Ethernet exchanges, the advantage of owning a network when it comes to offering cloud services and the developments he'd like to see from vendors

Apple Sues Samsung for iCopying
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/18/2011

Apple alleges that Samsung violated its trademarks and patents in both its Galaxy smartphone and tablet product lines

Envivio Goes for IPO Glory
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/18/2011

Digital video firm sets its sights on a $69 million IPO, but the timing of the filing takes one of its rivals by surprise

Mobile Data Hogs Share Their Wares
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/18/2011

Jibe Mobile CEO encourages carriers to embrace the coming deluge of apps that use peer-to-peer sharing, making data twice as taxing

Monetizing Multi-Screen Mania
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes | 4/18/2011

The momentum behind multi-screen video is building, especially on the iPad, but how can cable operators cash in?

Verizon Dresses Up DSL
News Analysis | 4/18/2011

Lower prices, no contracts and the end to product promotions mark a shift in strategy aimed at remaining dialup users

Bamboom Targets Cable TV Cord-Cutters
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/18/2011

Elsewhere: Some Fox and Discovery nets return to TW Cable's iPad app, Comcast takes heat for data cap, DirecTV's Arthur mishap, and Envivio's IPO

Huawei Profits Climb 30% in 2010
News Analysis | 4/18/2011

Huawei's annual report shows growth in revenue and profit for 2010 and the vendor reveals its board members for the first time

AT&T's a Big Buzzkill
Que Sera Sarah | 4/18/2011

11:25 Carrier-branded services still aren't selling -- or maybe it's just in the name as AT&T, Yahoo and Google give us nothing to buzz about

RIM May Also Bid for Nortel Patents
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/18/2011

RIM once again has its eye on Canadian LTE 'jewels' and could reportedly top Google's bid for Nortel's 4G assets

DT & FT Deepen Ties
EuroBlog | 4/18/2011

7:00 AM Deutsche Telekom and France Telecom get closer with new procurement joint venture

Euronews: April 18
News Analysis | 4/18/2011

France Telecom and Deutsche Telekom get closer, Interoute turns a profit and the EC eyes net neutrality issues in today's EMEA roundup

Ethernet Europe: Tinet Keeps It Simple
LRTV Interviews | 4/18/2011

Tinet Chief Marketing Officer Paolo Gambini explains how the international wholesale operator, which is now owned by Neutral Tandem, is pitching its services to the global Ethernet services community

Ethernet Europe: Tata Goes All the Way With Its SLA
LRTV Interviews | 4/17/2011

Tata's John Hoffman explains how the international operator is offering an end-to-end service level agreement using monitoring technology

Moto Atrix Starts New Era
Que Sera Sarah | 4/16/2011

3:00 PM Moto's smartphone that doubles as a PC could usher in a new category of devices

AT&T & Sprint's War of Words Gets Louder
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/16/2011

AT&T labels Sprint CEO Dan Hesse a hypocrite for his claim that AT&T's buy of T-Mobile would make the industry less competitive

Ericsson Snips 100 in Silicon Valley
News Analysis | 4/15/2011

Shifted priorities led to a trimming of less than 10% at the prized San Jose center

Now Showing: Your PC Content on Cablevision
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/15/2011

Cablevision's Optimum Link service relays digital content from PCs to TVs using its broadband network

Q&A: Disney-ESPN's Matt Murphy
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/15/2011

ESPN is willing to embrace over-the-top video, so long as it can do things its way

Take a Ride on FiOS TV's New Guide
Contentinople | 4/15/2011

12:40 PM Steve Donohue likes what he's seen so far of Verizon's latest batch of FiOS TV guide upgrades

Ethernet Europe: EANTC Tells It How It Is
LRTV Interviews | 4/15/2011

Jonathan Morin, project manager at independent test center EANTC, provides the lowdown on the latest Carrier Ethernet Interconnect demo

Is OTT Video Peaking?
News Analysis | 4/15/2011

Hours of OTT viewing are still going up, but the number of unique viewers is not, which should encourage telco TV efforts

Here Come the NFC Phones
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/15/2011

Pyramid Research says that NFC-enabled mobile phones will make up 28% of the global market by 2015

Ethernet Europe: AboveNet Gets Hooked Up
LRTV Interviews | 4/15/2011

AboveNet's VP of Business Development Brett Johnson provides an update on the company's Ethernet services strategy and talks about the market impact of the Ethernet exchanges, several of which count AboveNet as a customer

RIM PlayBook: LTE & HSPA+ Versions Coming
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/15/2011

RIM launches its first tablet as a Wi-Fi device but WiMax, HSPA+ and LTE versions will follow

Is Apple Building a Smart TV?
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/15/2011

Elsewhere: Comcast says its VoD traffic trumps Netflix's, DirecTV invests in targeted ad firm, and 'The Slowskys' prep for a comeback

Clearwire's Old CIO Becomes Cox's New CTO
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/15/2011

Former Clearwire CIO Kevin Hart will be leading the technology charge at Cox, which has been without a permanent CTO since last summer

Stopping Handset Markets From Going Gray
Research Rewind | 4/15/2011

This week: 10GE components, gray markets for handsets, the adoption curve for NFC-enabled handsets, Kenyan telecom, Yota, mobile data packaging

Ethernet Europe: BT Preps Backhaul for LTE
LRTV Interviews | 4/15/2011

BT's Director of Product Solutions, Rob Thomas, provides an update on the British carrier's mobile cell site backhaul strategy, and discusses the impact of LTE and mobile network sharing on backhaul network planning

Reading Cisco's Signage
Craig's A-List | 4/15/2011

7:20 AM Whatever happened to Cisco Field? (Actually, don't ask. Just ... don't ask)

Euronews: April 15
News Analysis | 4/15/2011

AlcaLu scores in Tunisia and Egypt's interim government comes in for criticism in today's roundup of telecom headlines from the EMEA region

3G & Android Shape China's Mobile Market
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/15/2011

As the world's largest market for mobile phones, competition is hotting up in China -- driven by 3G, Android and more low-cost smartphones

China's Mobile Phoney Mecca
Que Sera Sarah | 4/15/2011

4:45 AM iPhone or iPhoney? Knock-off cellphones in China drive an enormous and thriving industry

Google Goes Upwardly Mobile
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/14/2011

It was a good Q1 for Google's mobile biz as Android Market and mobile search gained ground and brands opted for mobile-only ad campaigns

FCC Blind to Rural Telco Plight?
News Analysis | 4/14/2011

Small telco trade groups say out-of-touch FCC is proceeding with plans that could shut down rural telcos

Fujitsu Unveils UK FTTH Plan
Next-Generation PONs News Analysis | 4/14/2011

IT giant may take on BT by building an open access fiber-to-the-home network that can be used by any service provider

Talking Next-Gen Core Networks
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes | 4/14/2011

It's the operations guys who bear the brunt of the transformation to all-IP

Cable Study Highlights Broadband Stimulus Waste
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/14/2011

Elsewhere: TiVo works on four-turner DVR, Verizon spruces up its FiOS TV media guide, and Comcast won't repeat as 'Worst Company' champ

Ethernet Europe: Happy Snaps, Part 3
Slide Shows | 4/14/2011

Photos from Day 2 of Ethernet Europe, warts 'n' all

Comcast Pushes 105-Meg to 40M Homes
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/14/2011

MSO's milestone for its 'Extreme 105' Docsis 3.0 tier sets table for IP video while making FCC's broadband goals for 2020 look less than lofty

Ethernet Europe: The Etherman Wrap
LRTV Interviews | 4/14/2011

Heavy Reading Senior Analyst Stan 'The Etherman' Hubbard talks about the key takeaways from this year's London event

Are Google Apps a Source of Rural Gold?
News Analysis | 4/14/2011

NeoNova brings ad-free Google apps to its small telco offerings to help build up broadband revenues

Ethernet Europe: Power Shift
EuroBlog | 4/14/2011

7:30 AM Carrier Ethernet is no longer a technology debate -- it's a service debate

Adtran Seeks ITU Blessing for Its FTTX Gear
News Analysis | 4/14/2011

Adtran wants its proprietary Ethernet broadband technology to be adopted as a standard by the ITU

Euronews: April 14
News Analysis | 4/14/2011

Fujitsu takes on BT in the UK FTTH market and Telefonica mulls Spanish job cuts in today's nosegay of EMEA telecom news nuggets

Cablevision's Network DVR Branches Out
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/13/2011

The MSO's remote-storage DVR has quietly expanded beyond the Bronx into Connecticut

End of an Eos
Craig's A-List | 4/13/2011

4:30 PM The Web 2.0 project looks like another casualty of the consumer reorg

Ethernet Europe: Busting the Backhaul Bottleneck
News Analysis | 4/13/2011

It's all about the timing as synchronization remains the key challenge for Ethernet backhaul networks

Mature Components Market Drives 10GE Rollout
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes | 4/13/2011

10GE technology is now entering a new phase, with widespread deployment across the network and a mature supply chain

FCC Chair Goes to Bat for Spectrum Auctions
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/13/2011

Elsewhere: The Feds have indie cable's back, Web privacy bill gets going, and Comcast heads to the 'Golden Poo' Final Four

Ethernet Europe: When Larry Met...
Slide Shows | 4/13/2011

Is this a primate party or can anyone join in?

Ethernet Europe: Happy Snaps Part 2
Slide Shows | 4/13/2011

More photos from Ethernet boot camp in London

Ethernet Europe: Verizon's Jeff Schwarz
LRTV Interviews | 4/13/2011

Jeff Schwarz, head of Global Ethernet WAN Product Management at Verizon Business, talks about the applicability of Ethernet connectivity to enterprise users looking at cloud services

Huawei & Motorola End Trade Secrets Dispute
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/13/2011

End of IPR legal dispute opens the door for NSN to complete its buyout of Motorola's wireless networks unit, which now has a lower price of $975M

Rural Cable & USF Reform
How IOCee It | 4/13/2011

10:00 AM Small cable players may soon get a piece of the $7B+ funds traditionally used by telcos

Ethernet Europe: Global Crossing's Jeff Smith
LRTV Interviews | 4/13/2011

Global Crossing's Senior Director of connectivity services, EMEA, Jeff Smith talks about his company's Ethernet offerings, the demands of enterprise users and the quality of the 'flat white' on the show floor

Report: LightSquared Mulling IPO
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/13/2011

LTE upstart could go public as early as this summer, according to a new report from Reuters

Ethernet Europe: Exchange Rivals Play Nice
EuroBlog | 4/13/2011

7:00 AM No sign of a smackdown as rival Ethernet exchanges are all politeness here at Ethernet Europe

Euronews: April 13
News Analysis | 4/13/2011

Intel opens R&D plant in Finland, BT claims top cloud spot for financial services and Sweden's switched on in today's Euro roundup

Cracks Form in Verivue/Arris Partnership
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/12/2011

The companies have grown more competitive with video products, raising questions about the long-term life of their relationship

Mobile Data Packaging: A Policy-Driven Revolution?
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes | 4/12/2011

New policy control tools are enabling major innovation in mobile data pricing schemes and packages

AT&T Woos T-Mobile's Pre-Paid Customers
Que Sera Sarah | 4/12/2011

3:05 PM AT&T makes pre-paid calling cheaper and introduces it first phone for the market, which happens to be T-Mobile's forte

SP Execs Crave Speed But Resist Change
News Analysis | 4/12/2011

Survey shows carriers want services faster but are cowed by market complexities from making necessary internal changes

ANDA Still on the Block
Rumors | 4/12/2011

Apple Prepping Cloud-Based Video Service?
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/12/2011

Elsewhere: VUDU hits Web browsers, Nagra's shrinks security for mobile video devices, and Kit Digital doesn't buy thePlatform

Nokia Asks Anna to Save Symbian
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/12/2011

Nokia unveils two new smartphones featuring refreshed Symbian software as a stopgap as it transitions to Microsoft-based mobile devices

Ethernet Europe: Happy Snaps, Part I
Slide Shows | 4/12/2011

It's been a busy Day One at Ethernet Europe 2011!

Q&A: Equinix - Carrier Ethernet Exchange Update
Ethernet Exposed | 4/12/2011

10:35 AM HR's Stan Hubbard gets the chance to talk with Jim Poole, Equinix General Manager of Global Networks, Mobility and Content

Ethernet Europe: Interoute's 10G Explosion
LRTV Interviews | 4/12/2011

Interoute CTO Matt Finnie says the demand in Europe for 10Gbit/s wavelengths has gone through the roof – so is he ready to order some 100Gbit/s gear?

Cisco Flips on Consumer Business
News Analysis | 4/12/2011

Cisco restructures its consumer business by shutting down Flip and burying umi into another part of the company

Ethernet Europe: Star Turns
EuroBlog | 4/12/2011

9:30 AM Big-name carriers, a top European barista and two high-profile stuffed toys show up at Europe's annual Ethernet event

Ethernet Europe: Coming Down From the Cloud
News Analysis | 4/12/2011

It's not Ethernet or cloud services alone that will please enterprise customers, but a hybrid approach, according to Verizon Business

Euronews @ Ethernet Europe: April 12
News Analysis | 4/12/2011

Comin' at ya live from Ethernet Europe 2011, Euronews hears the latest from Omnitron, Equinix, ADVA and others, plus the usual EMEA roundup

New LTE Network Test Results Revealed
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/12/2011

Epitiro peeks into TeliaSonera's LTE network in Finland to see if the speed, latency and voice quality are all they're cracked up to be

Will Cable Buy What Verizon DMS Is Selling?
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/11/2011

Will the promise of reduced costs and complexities for delivering on TV Everywhere give MSOs reason enough to jump in bed with a competitor?

Scrutiny Hits Cisco's Consumer Business
News Analysis | 4/11/2011

If you ran Cisco, where would you cut back? The world seems to think there's an obvious answer

Nokia Takes Back Symbian
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/11/2011

As it preps to make news in London Tuesday, Nokia says that Symbian is no longer open source and brings the delayed E7 to the UK

What Verizon DMS Isn't
Rewired | 4/11/2011

3:10 PM Not a cloud. Not a CDN. But a little of both

GC Could Boost Level 3's Global Ambitions
News Analysis | 4/11/2011

The acquisition of Global Crossing improves Level 3's financial picture immediately and could be the boost needed for recent sagging fortunes

ADB Makes More US Cable Cuts
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/11/2011

Set-top and software firm closes its Philadelphia office and confirms that Tim Schermerhorn, its top US cable exec, has resigned

Mu's Quadrant of Miscreant Apps
Que Sera Sarah | 4/11/2011

12:00 PM Testing vendor Mu Dynamics says YouTube is the most operator- and consumer-friendly video app, while Hulu wreaks havoc

HBO to Premiere New Series on Web
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/11/2011

Elsewhere: Viacom claims Cablevision's iPad app isn't authorized, YouTube rolls live streaming, Comcast Media Center renews NCTC deal

Level 3 Buying Global Crossing
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/11/2011

Level 3 and Global Crossing play up the 'complementary fit' of their networks in announcing a stock-for-stock deal valued at $1.9 billion

AT&T, Comcast Go Live With 100G
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/11/2011

Why let Verizon have all the fun?

Cisco's Core Router Goes Packet-Optical
News Analysis | 4/11/2011

The mirror image to P-OTS is a really big MPLS switch, and now Cisco can join Juniper in saying it's got one

Euronews: April 11
News Analysis | 4/11/2011

BT and Phorm avoid prosecution over "wiretap" trials and OBS strikes a telepresence deal with Tata in today's EMEA regional roundup

Mu Helps Operators Shape App-Aware Networks
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/11/2011

Wireless operators and vendors tap Mu to test how mobile apps are affecting their networks and may inform policy decisions

Verizon Fires Up Digital Media 'Factory'
News Analysis | 4/11/2011

Verizon's global wholesale service targets content providers and OTT video firms using an agnostic approach for display devices and access networks

House Shoots Down Net Neutrality Rules
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/8/2011

But the resolution is unlikely to get past the Democrat-controlled Senate and the threat of a presidential veto

Microsoft Takes Comcast Over the Top
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/8/2011

Microsoft cracks the cable seal as Comcast and thePlatform use its DRM and adaptive streaming tech to power the MSO's TV Everywhere service

House May Repeal FCC's Net Neutrality Rules
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/8/2011

Elsewhere: Judge OKs Dish/Blockbuster deal, Comcast preps HD video for the Web, WOW eyes IP video migration, ESPN's iPad app has some big caveats

OS Watch: Verizon Bests AT&T With iPhone 4
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/8/2011

Verizon's iPhone drops less calls than AT&T's and Android defends its openness as it preps to overtake Symbian in this week's OS watch

Mobile Broadband Booms in Algeria & Russia
Research Rewind | 4/8/2011

This week: Mobile broadband in Algeria and Russia; elections in Nigeria; mMoney in Africa; Wi-Fi; end-to-end management systems

Euronews: April 8
News Analysis | 4/8/2011

France Telecom's rivals get nervous, Nokia suffers another rating cut, Vodafone goes headhunting and Huawei feels the heat in today's Euro roundup

Merger Signals End to Price War
AsiaBlog | 4/8/2011

4:50 AM A major merger has boosted telecom stock prices in the Philippines

TW Cable, Viacom Take iPad Fight to Court
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/7/2011

MSO seeks a declaratory judgment that it has rights to stream live TV to home-bound iPads, while MTV's parent responds with a countersuit

Moto Medios Goes Social
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/7/2011

Moto taps into the social networking craze with Medios extension for tablets, smartphones and other HTML5-capable 'companion devices'

Another WiMax Operator Converts to LTE
AsiaBlog | 4/7/2011

5:15 PM Malaysia's P1 plans to migrate to LTE TDD – is its new investor behind the move?

Google Targets MSOs With YouTube Overhaul
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/7/2011

Elsewhere: Insight expands all-digital footprint, Comcast wants to keep Hulu details secret, Azuki hits TV Everywhere, and (gasp!) a Netflix skeptic

ESPN Pipes Live TV to Apple Devices
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/7/2011

Verizon FiOS TV, TW Cable and Bright House customers get first taste of 'WatchESPN' app for iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch devices

Cloud Rolls In to Ethernet Europe
EuroBlog | 4/7/2011

11:15 AM Ethernet in the cloud and top-drawer coffee are going to be hot at the annual Ethernet Europe event

Regulatory Scrutiny Escalates for AT&T/T-Mobile
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/7/2011

The deal could take upwards of 18 months to close as concerns over spectrum auctions and competitive disadvantage mount

Mobile Wi-Fi Offload
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes | 4/7/2011

Study shows that 65 percent of smartphone traffic is already offloaded to Wi-Fi

Huawei Responds to Austrian Allegations
News Analysis | 4/7/2011

Vendor says it sticks to the laws and commercial codes in Austria

Telekom Austria Probes Huawei Deals
News Analysis | 4/7/2011

European incumbent launches investigation into alleged irregularities surrounding contracts awarded to Huawei

Huawei Linked to Contract Scandal
EuroBlog | 4/7/2011

7:30 AM Accusations of dodgy dealings in Austria

Euronews: April 7
News Analysis | 4/7/2011

Nokia gets overtaken by HTC, Polkomtel's suitors shrink in number, and spade-wielding senior cuts off Armenia's Internet in today's roundup

Dish's Baffling Blockbuster
The Bauminator | 4/6/2011

8:40 PM What in the wide, wide world of sports is Charlie Ergen up to now?

Xoom's Race for Second Place
Que Sera Sarah | 4/6/2011

3:50 PM Motorola is estimated to have sold 100,000 Xoom tablets, nowhere near Apple's record-setting iPad – but does that matter?

LightSquared GPS Fix Could Cost 'Billions'
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/6/2011

The LightSquared GPS saga goes mainstream with a new report from the working group looking into the issue due April 15

Cisco Starts Spring Cleaning
Craig's A-List | 4/6/2011

3:20 PM It's like finding things in the garage that you know you should throw out, but you just don't

Deutsche Telekom Goes Live With LTE
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/6/2011

The LTE competition heats up in Germany as Deutsche Telekom takes on Vodafone with the launch of commercial services

XPlornet Taps Zuora for WiMax-to-LTE Pricing
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/6/2011

Subscription billing company also inks a deal with Salesforce to speed time to market and make pricing plans more flexible for telcos

Netflix Spends Mad Money on Mad Men
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/6/2011

Elsewhere: FiOS, U-verse top best-bundle survey; Insight's price too rich for TW Cable; Comcast, AT&T to face off in the Golden Poo 'Elite Eight'

Irish Operators Strike First Network Share Deal
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/6/2011

O2 and eircom have inked Ireland's first mobile network sharing agreement

Metaswitch Makes Its LTE Apps Move
News Analysis | 4/6/2011

IP applications vendor acquires Norwegian rich communication suite specialist Colibria to beef up its next-gen mobile services offering

Dish's Latest Buy Is a Blockbuster
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/6/2011

Charlie Ergen's $320 million bet on bankrupt retail chain also puts Dish in league with some big cable operators

Merger a Boon to CenturyLink Business?
News Analysis | 4/6/2011

New head of business markets group sees larger capital outlay, more local fiber facilities as positive forces

Femto Firm Replaces CEO
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/6/2011

Femtocell vendor ip.access says it's 'business as usual' after replacing its CEO and CFO and insists it's not looking for a buyer

Euronews: April 6
News Analysis | 4/6/2011

Metaswitch buys Colibria, ZTE boasts managed services growth, and MTS reports Q4 in today's roundup of EMEA telecom news headlines

Cisco Signals Major Restructuring
News Analysis | 4/6/2011

CEO John Chambers tells Cisco staff that the company's 'operational execution' needs a shake-up and that 'tough decisions' are imminent

The Order Management Revolution
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes | 4/5/2011

End-to-end order management systems will improve the customer experience – and service providers' bottom line

Comcast Keeps Eye on the iPad Prize
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/5/2011

Even as tensions build between MSOs and programmers, Comcast remains committed to offering live TV on home-bound tablets later this year

Sprint Stakes Its mCommerce Claim
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/5/2011

While the rest of the US operators plot an NFC pilot for next year, Sprint vows to race ahead with commercial deployments in 2011

Survey: 7% of Pay-TV Subs Will Cut Cord
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/5/2011

Elsewhere: Cox hikes rates, Hulu Plus eyes 1 million subs, Dish serves EPIX, and researchers pan $30 price for premium VoD movies

Mobile Ops Make Policy More Popular, Less Punitive
News Analysis | 4/5/2011

Mobile operators are putting policy into practice and that's good news for consumers, according to Telesperience and Volubill

New Networks Hint at an iPhone 5 Timeline
Jonestown | 4/5/2011

11:30 AM The timing of AT&T's LTE launch in the US could be one of the keys to the launch of a 4G iPhone

Verivue Courts Carrier CDNs
News Analysis | 4/5/2011

New all-in-one CDN kit encourages even smaller telcos and cable companies to build their own congestion relief

T-Mobile Brings HSPA+ to 10 New Markets
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/5/2011

Promises 42Mbit/s service will cover 140 million Americans by mid-year as it continues faster mobile broadband deployment

Euronews: April 5
News Analysis | 4/5/2011

AlcaLu fluffs up its fabric, MTS goes GLONASS and TeliaSonera joins the cloud crowd in today's roundup of Euro telecom news

AlcaLu Wants the Data Center, Too
News Analysis | 4/5/2011

The company doesn't want to be left out in the fabric wars of 2011

Court Tosses Out Net Neutrality Challenge
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/4/2011

But we may be back to square one soon enough as Verizon says it's already prepared to lodge an appeal

ATIS: Carrier Regulation Threatens IP Transformation
News Analysis | 4/4/2011

New report says arcane rules could force incumbents to operate two networks and slow the reach of more efficient broadband

Apple iPhone 5: Falling for 4G?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/4/2011

Get out your autumn almanac: The iPhone 5 is now widely rumored to be a fall arrival, possibly due to Apple's LTE plans

Google Bids $900M for Nortel's Patents
News Analysis | 4/4/2011

Google submits $900M stalking-horse bid for Nortel's patent portfolio and kick-starts an auction process expected to be held in June

Dish Bids for Blockbuster
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/4/2011

Elsewhere: Malone eyes Dutch MSO, Comcast to expand indie TV slate, reviewers dig Cablevision's iPad app, FiOS TV hits Albany

Tinet Rolls Out EtherCloud Coverage
News Analysis | 4/4/2011

Neutral Tandem's international network subsidiary unveils its global wholesale Ethernet services offering

Euronews: April 4
News Analysis | 4/4/2011

Vodafone sells SFR stake to Vivendi, Ericsson sues ZTE and STC bids for third Syrian mobile license in today's news from the EMEA region

Vodafone Sells SFR Stake for $11B
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/4/2011

Vivendi buys Vodafone's 44 percent stake in French operator SFR for $11 billion, ending a years-long saga

Ericsson Sues ZTE Over IPR Theft
News Analysis | 4/3/2011

Swedish giant takes legal action against ZTE over mobile technology patent infringements after years of failed negotiations

Cablevision Launches iPad App With 280+ Channels
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/2/2011

Cablevision's app may send programmer lawyers flying into action as MSO starts off with almost 300 TV channels and 2,000-plus VoD titles

TW Cable's iPad TV App Changes Channels
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/1/2011

Elsewhere: Studios have theater owners hopping mad, OTT boxes sales rise, CableCARDs at retail still rare, another Charter exec jumps ship

Remember When Juniper Made a CMTS?
The Bauminator | 4/1/2011

12:00 PM eBay sure does...

Lawsuit Accuses Clearwire of Subscriber Fraud
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/1/2011

A new motion in a class action case alleges that Clearwire execs knew that WiMax didn't boldly go everywhere they said it did. UPDATED 1:30 PM: Clearwire 'flatly denies' the claims

No Quick Fixes for 3G/4G Congestion
Research Rewind | 4/1/2011

This week: ATCA, AMC and MicroTCA market; mobile analytics; RAN congestion; telecom markets in Brazil, Argentina and Canada

Q&A: Former Comcast CTO David Fellows
LR Cable News Analysis | 4/1/2011

Fellows, a partner at Genovation Capital, gives his view of cable's OTT future

LightSquared: GPS Issues Won't Stall Launch
LR Mobile News Analysis | 4/1/2011

LTE venture says it's still on track to launch terrestrial LTE network by year's end despite concerns about GPS service interference

Euronews: April 1
News Analysis | 4/1/2011

NSN helps out with off-grid plan, Deutsche Telekom is told to cut its last-mile access charges -- and it's smartphones by royal appointment

Is 4G Worth Losing T-Mobile?
News Analysis | 4/1/2011

The T-Mobile deal might be the only way AT&T attempts a serious, nationwide 4G buildout, according to the CEO of one fiber provider

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