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Haleos: Final Days?
News Analysis | 3/8/2002

The few remaining executives look to raise cash, but sources say the company has imploded

VPIsystems Gets a Makeover
OFC/NFOEC News Analysis | 3/8/2002

New tools and subscription system should get the network design software firm back on track UPDATED

Agility Turns Out Tunables
OFC/NFOEC News Analysis | 3/8/2002

Its widely tunable laser with integrated modulator, on show at OFC, is ready to ship commercially

Vodafone Launches Micropayment Billing
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/8/2002

Follows Japan’s lead, underscoring its potential for encouraging applications development and boosting revenues

Cisco Eyeing Sonus
News Analysis | 3/7/2002

Will Cisco come in to rescue the ailing VOIP gateway provider?

NYSE Boots Williams Comm
News Analysis | 3/7/2002

The NYSE has halted trading on Williams Communications' stock as it plunges towards single-digit cents

Marconi to 'Streamline' Access
News Analysis | 3/7/2002

Marconi is shuffling its deck of access networking products. Here's news on what goes, what stays

Optical IC Market: Rebound Ahead?
News Analysis | 3/7/2002

In-Stat/MDR Report predicts that the optical IC market will grow to $1.8 billion by 2006

European IPv6 Plan Comes Under Fire
News Analysis | 3/7/2002

Arguments are breaking out over a European Commission report that urges rapid rollout of IP version 6

European IPv6 Plan Comes Under Fire
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/7/2002

Arguments are breaking out over a European Commission report that urges rapid rollout of IP version 6

Agere Favors Thin-Film Filters
OFC/NFOEC News Analysis | 3/6/2002

It's ditched AWGs in favor of thin-film filters, which it will be displaying at OFC

AraLight Cuts It Short
OFC/NFOEC News Analysis | 3/6/2002

Set to unveil its first product at OFC, AraLight is only too glad to come up short on optical modules

Sweden Invades OFC
OFC/NFOEC News Analysis | 3/6/2002

At OFC, Optillion hopes it can prove that not all Xenpak transceivers are created equal

WAP: What About the Past?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/6/2002

A lot of carriers and content providers could end up having to junk their original WAP developments when WAP 2 handsets hit the streets

JDSU Parades Picky Part
OFC/NFOEC News Analysis | 3/5/2002

The component maker has unveiled a dynamically-reconfigurable Wavelength Blocker. It's tiny now, but just wait....

Cheng Out at Sorrento
OFC/NFOEC News Analysis | 3/5/2002

The last of the Osicom managers is shown the door as Sorrento's board takes over

Siros Gets $17 Million in Funding
News Analysis | 3/5/2002

Tight-lipped Siros announces that it has received $17 million funding, but won't say why

Nortel Shuts Optical Switch Effort
News Analysis | 3/5/2002

Nortel confirms it won't be releasing the switch technology it bought with Xros

Intel Intros Photonics Unit
OFC/NFOEC News Analysis | 3/5/2002

Intel enters the passive components business, will show samples at OFC

Fear Grips European Operators
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/5/2002

Many of them won't be able to recoup the billions they've spent on 3G licenses - and could end up getting bought or going bust

CMOS Grows on Clarendon
OFC/NFOEC News Analysis | 3/4/2002

Clarendon Photonics uses CMOS production lines to make optical components, which it will demo at OFC

CoSine Pulls CEO Switch
News Analysis | 3/4/2002

Out with the old, in with the new, as CoSine gives CEO Hamilton the boot -- and promotes his replacement from within

Metro-Optix Whistles Dixie
News Analysis | 3/4/2002

Metro-Optix ekes more sales out of its consolidating customer base

Ceyba Goes Ultra-Long
News Analysis | 3/4/2002

Ceyba announces product details and says it has what it takes to overcome the current market challenges

Inplane's in the Money
News Analysis | 3/4/2002

Startup scores $20M to develop integrated components, including the integrated equivalent of an EDFA

Notes From Underground
Column | 3/4/2002

Notes From Underground – Stephen Saunders

Commentary: Packet Relay Radio to the Rescue?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/4/2002

Unlicensed wireless access, while slower and more complicated than fiber, nonetheless provides easier access. And it may actually spur fiber buildout

Xindium Comes Out
OFC/NFOEC News Analysis | 3/1/2002

At OFC startup will show optical devices and high-speed electronics integrated on one InP chip

Optical Switching Gets Flexible
OFC/NFOEC News Analysis | 3/1/2002

Components vendors are developing a new generation of small, configurable switches for optical networks UPDATED 3/4 1:30 PM

Riverstone: Insider Sales Programmed
News Analysis | 3/1/2002

Riverstone says insider selling that started a month before an earnings warning was part of a preset program

Packet Relay Radio to the Rescue?
Column | 3/1/2002

Packet Relay Radio to the Rescue? – David S. Isenberg

Lightscape Spreads East
OFC/NFOEC News Analysis | 3/1/2002

Lightscape wins China contract and prepares to tout product advances at OFC

Mesh Gathers Momentum
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/1/2002

A head of steam is building behind unconventional ‘wireless mesh’ methods of delivering broadband Internet access

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