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Content posted in October 2004
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Siemens Gears Up for IPTV
News Analysis  | 
10/4/2004  |  Post a comment
Strikes OEM deal with middleware vendor Myrio as it chases carrier triple-play deals
Cox Launches IP Phone in Second Market
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Vitesse Makes a Mess
News Analysis  | 
10/4/2004  |  1 comment
Chip maker reveals softer earnings and revenues, while some executives of note head for the door
Siemens and Huawei Edge Closer
News Analysis  | 
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With a wireless JV already in place, the vendors team up to target enterprise users. What next?
Alvarion Could Jilt InterWave
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Alvarion moves the goalposts over $56M million acquisition of InterWave UPDATED 10:15 AM
Trapeze Branches Out
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10/4/2004  |  Post a comment
Trapeze claims it has the answer for branch office wireless LAN deployments
A Seller's Market
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10/2/2004  |  Post a comment
A Seller's Market
Wireless LAN has clear benefits for enterprises, but it's the job of integrators and VARs to go out and sell it.
VOIP Threats Loom Large
News Analysis  | 
10/1/2004  |  32 comments
Could a low-end PC bring down an entire enterprise VOIP network? Experts think it's possible
Blowing the Doors off 802.11
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10/1/2004  |  Post a comment
Blowing the Doors off 802.11
Unstrung Live! event to address the art and science of enterprise wireless LANs
by the Staff
AirFlown?
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10/1/2004  |  Post a comment
Wireless LAN switch semiconductor startup has had its chips, sources say
Exit Legra, Stage Right
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WLAN switch startup sells off and shuts down, sources say – NextHop may pick up the pieces
Earnings Warning Turns Redback Blue
News Analysis  | 
10/1/2004  |  2 comments
Disappointing SMS orders will lead to disappointing Q3 earnings, the company says
Exit Legra, Stage Right
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WLAN switch startup sells off and shuts down, sources say
McFadden In, Mumford Out as NT CTO
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10/1/2004  |  5 comments
Nortel's president of optical networks, Brian McFadden, takes over the CTO role from Greg Mumford today
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