CEO tells partners he sees 'billions' in the traffic processing market, a vision that has fueled acquisitions
Uncertainty surrounds partnership programs of some of BT's key 21CN suppliers
The nauseating things that can go on in your head...
Wireless gets bigger -- and smaller -- at the Vegas tradeshow
New product points to a stronger IP video emphasis and a future without the standalone B-RAS
Qwest withdraws, says MCI board cowed by Verizon
The triple play of voice, video, and data services has long been an object of desire for telcos, but it has always remained just out of reach. That is about to change, for two basic reasons: First, the technology to enable triple play over carrier infrastructure is now ready for deployment; second, local telcos have no choice but to become triple-play providers. In this documentary we examine the technologies and applications driving successful deployment of triple play.
Startups abound in the next buzz wireless market, according to the latest Unstrung Insider
Small access router includes integrated security, 802.11 a/b/g access, and Ethernet switching
Now they're arming monkeys...
New offer falls short of Qwest's $30, but MCI board deems it 'superior'
Announces its 'Not-NAC,' a security intiative targeted at the enterprise – and at Cisco
Cisco and others have been pushing SFP modules for DWDM, and XFP support isn't far behind
Carl Russo, president and chief executive of Calix, is one of the best known figures in the telecom industry. The big question on many peoples minds is whether he can repeat the success he had as chief executive of Cerent with his new venture. In this exclusive interview with LRTV, he sheds light on where Calix is headed and on the broadband telecom market itself.
For a technology that was developed in the 1970s as an office automation tool, Ethernet has certainly come a long way. But the best may be yet to come. As service providers and their customers increasingly standardize on Ethernet as the underlying infrastructure for all their applications and traffic, Ethernet is set to become a universal communications enabler. Our documentary examines its progress in this regard, with the help of leading analysts, service providers, and the inventor of Etherne
Our first full-scale redesign since our launch in 2000 is more than cosmetic