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Lucent Focuses on Acuity
Globalcomm News Analysis | 6/5/2006

Lucent tackles session management and QOS with a new architecture, and a packet-aware optical switch

Juniper Makes Its Ethernet Move
Globalcomm News Analysis | 6/5/2006

At last! Juniper gets a Layer 2 story with Ethernet cards for the M- and T-series routers

Test Firms Attack Ethernet
Globalcomm News Analysis | 6/5/2006

Turn a corner on the Chicago show floor and you'll likely bump into a test-and-measurement firm with an Ethernet product

Insert Alarmist Foot
Monkey Bidness | 6/4/2006

Monkey infiltrates Greenpeace

Acme Packet Lines Up IPO
Globalcomm News Analysis | 6/4/2006

Look out – it's another VOIP IPO! Session border controller vendor Acme Packet files for Nasdaq listing that would raise $85 million

Rural = Stupid?
The Philter | 6/2/2006

A funny PR pitch usually isn't

JetBlue, AirCell Win Some Airtime
News Analysis | 6/2/2006

The FCC auction of two nationwide air-to-ground spectrum licenses finally ended today

JetBlue, AirCell Win Some Airtime
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/2/2006

The FCC auction of two nationwide air-to-ground spectrum licenses finally ended today

Moto Queues Up With Q
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/2/2006

Analsysts say Moto must release a 3G GSM Q Smartphone to meet ambitious sales predictions

Xbox: From Gaming to Gateway
Globalcomm News Analysis | 6/2/2006

The gaming console does many of the tricks of a home gateway and could become the hub of the home network

IPTV, Alcatel Still Dog Juniper
Globalcomm News Analysis | 6/2/2006

The company comes into Globalcomm still facing criticisms about IPTV, Ethernet, and a lackluster stock performance

Cox Signs Up Camiant for Broadband Speed Preview
Cable Guy | 6/2/2006

Cox Communications has tapped service control vendor Camiant for help with its deployment of broadband-on-demand services for high-speed data subscribers

Concurrent Scores VOD Deal in China
Cable Guy | 6/2/2006

A Chinese cable operator has picked an American tech vendor to assist with the launch of video-on-demand (VOD) service in parts of southern China.

Yipes Scares Up $17.5M
News Analysis | 6/2/2006

The Ethernet-obsessed service provider gets an extra dose of funding to help expand operations

AOL Mulls Euro Broadband Exit
News Analysis | 6/2/2006

AOL Europe is looking for some help, as broadband competition intensifies, plus other European M&A news

Vonage: Burned by Bundles
Column | 6/2/2006

Without a compelling suite of services Vonage doesn't have many strategic options

What's Up With Force10's Vonage Deal?
News Analysis | 6/2/2006

Vonage's recent S-1 filing points out that Vonage and Force10 have some VCs, board members – and a deal – in common

Time to Diversify Into Software
BroadBananas | 6/1/2006

It's my first day working for a mega-media empire. Where to begin? Perhaps by convincing my Light Reading colleagues that the next logical step for the company is to enter the service management software business.

Verizon Wireless to Give SMS a Voice
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/1/2006

Verizon Wireless is planning to launch services that let subscribers send text messages from cellphones to landlines

AirDefense Changes Heads
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/1/2006

Khatod departs as wireless security shakeout looms

Verizon Wireless to Give SMS a Voice
News Analysis | 6/1/2006

Verizon Wireless is planning to launch services that let subscribers send text messages from cellphones to landlines

Don't Take Our Phone, Please
The Martin Chronicles | 6/1/2006

Fearing corporate espionage, Samsung warns employees away from its own device

Ericsson Gives Ciena a Boost
News Analysis | 6/1/2006

Ciena beats Wall Street expectations as reseller Ericsson accounts for more than 10 percent of Q2 sales

Entone Thinks Outside the Home
Globalcomm News Analysis | 6/1/2006

The company's new Crescendo NID is a home gateway, sans the WiFi network support

Emerging Markets See More Mobile M&A
Globalcomm News Analysis | 6/1/2006

Consolidation of mobile carriers in emerging markets continues with Celtel's acquisition of Vmobile in Nigeria

Larry Ellison, Loser
The Philter | 6/1/2006

Just $18B? Is that all?

Moto Swoops on TTPCom
News Analysis | 6/1/2006

Offers $192M for mobile technology specialist TTPCom, a deal that could strengthen Moto's hand in several key areas

Moto Swoops on TTPCom
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/1/2006

Offers $192M for mobile technology specialist TTPCom, a deal that could strengthen its hand in several key areas

Sprint Ventures Into Mobile Security
News Analysis | 6/1/2006

Sprint Nextel's new venture capital group aims to find startup deals in mobile security, advertising, and convergence

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