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LR Names Private Service Finalists
News Analysis | 11/23/2005

Light Reading names the Leading Lights finalists for Best New Service, Private Company

Analysts Doubt Ericsson/UTS
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/22/2005

Ericsson may buy its way into China, but analysts say UTStarcom comes with too much baggage

Analysts Doubt Ericsson/UTStarcom Deal
News Analysis | 11/22/2005

Ericsson may buy its way into the infrastructure business in China, but analysts say UTStarcom comes with too much baggage

OSS Firms Shake Up Market
News Analysis | 11/22/2005

Market leaders Cramer and Telcordia aren't having things their own way in the hot inventory management market

AutoCell Recalibrates
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/22/2005

WLAN software startup claims it is refocusing after rumors of a closure

Cisco Turns to ZTE in China
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/22/2005

Cisco collaborates with ZTE to help market its routers to service providers in China

Cisco Turns to ZTE in China
News Analysis | 11/22/2005

Cisco signs up ZTE to help market its routers in China

Mitchell Jumps Ship
Red Panda | 11/22/2005

File under: Wha' th' faa'?!?

LR Names Public Services Finalists
News Analysis | 11/22/2005

Light Reading announces the Leading Lights finalists for Best New Service, Public Company

World's Ugliest Dog Dies
Jonestown | 11/22/2005

Sam, we hardly knew ye.

Beefaroo?
Monkey Bidness | 11/22/2005

Hold the emu nuggets.

The Anti-Pod?
Jonestown | 11/22/2005

The Buddha Machine: a new soundtrack of our lives?

[email protected]
The Philter | 11/22/2005

How long before we see Google layoffs?

LR Picks Private Marketing Finalists
News Analysis | 11/21/2005

Light Reading names its finalists for Best Marketing, Private Company

Retail Skype Debuts at RadioShack
News Analysis | 11/21/2005

The partnership is one more sign that voice is rapidly becoming a commodity – fast, cheap, easy, and everywhere, like pizza

LR Names Best Investment Finalists
News Analysis | 11/21/2005

Leading Lights Best Investment finalists are seen as blazing a trail during the telecom comeback

Macedonia Goes Nuts on Mesh
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/21/2005

Strix claims first-ever countrywide mesh deployment

THUS: Still Shopping
News Analysis | 11/21/2005

UK operator THUS is keeping its eye out for a potential acquisition target to battle the competition

Old Smelly No More
Red Panda | 11/21/2005

A town by any other name would be less smelly.

Studs Wanted
Monkey Bidness | 11/21/2005

Can you hit the glass ceiling?

Expect More IPTV M&A
News Analysis | 11/21/2005

Cisco's Scientific-Atlanta buy may signal more M&A activity to come in the IPTV space

Source: Eslambolchi Out at 'New' AT&T
News Analysis | 11/21/2005

The CTO of the old AT&T will be leaving, as SBC's chief technologist John Stankey retains his title, according to a source

Too Much Caffeine?
Monkey Bidness | 11/20/2005

Ouch ouch ouch! Gimme some money!

Sci-Atlanta: Cisco's IPTV Lifeline?
News Analysis | 11/18/2005

The $7 billion merger might be Cisco's best hope of dominating the IPTV market, analysts say

The Philter Index
The Philter | 11/18/2005

Get your AT&T facts right here!

Tropos: SFA Buy Is A-OK
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/18/2005

Tropos says SFA deal is 'strong and growing' and Ruckus pipes up on Cisco's home invasion

Cisco Snaps-Up Scientific-Atlanta
BroadBananas | 11/18/2005

In a bold move, networking giant Cisco Systems announced an agreement to acquire Scientific-Atlanta Inc. for $6.9 billion in cash. This deal rocks the cable industry vendor landscape.

BT Guru Picks Holes in NGNs
News Analysis | 11/18/2005

Key 21CN figure Mick Reeve identifies major obstacles to broadband wireless, interconnect, MPLS, and Ethernet

Motorola Leads BroadLight Funding
News Analysis | 11/18/2005

Motorola Ventures leads the $10M series D round for the PON chip vendor

GPON RFP Weighs In
News Analysis | 11/18/2005

The long awaited RBOC request for GPON proposals is on vendors' desks – and possibly bending them a little

Fun With Pork Products
Monkey Bidness | 11/18/2005

UK map to be redrawn.

Gray Lady Going Dotty
Monkey Bidness | 11/18/2005

Your head says no, but your body says yes, yes, yes!

Cisco to Acquire Scientific-Atlanta
News Analysis | 11/18/2005

For $43 per share, or approximately $6.9 billon, in cash

Florida Fone Follies
Monkey Bidness | 11/17/2005

'Amber? Get me the sheriff!'

Sources: Cisco Eyeing Scientific-Atlanta
News Analysis | 11/17/2005

Cisco has said it doesn't want big deals, but folks say its ready to enter the cable and fiber video market

Cogent Slowed by Fiber Cuts
News Analysis | 11/17/2005

Two of the ISP's main fiber lines were cut within hours of each other Thursday, causing difficulty for some Internet users

SBC Makes $800M Texas Pledge
News Analysis | 11/17/2005

SBC says it's focusing on Texas, with $800 million of Lightspeed spending rewarding the state for friendly legislation

Mobile WiMax Coming Soon?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/17/2005

Analysts expect 802.16e to be ratified early in 2006

How Not to Win
Light Ranting | 11/17/2005

Customers? Profits? Who woulda thought that matters?

Hello Mister Squirrel
Jonestown | 11/17/2005

Varmints: now more than just good eatin'!

Grosse Point Blotto
Monkey Bidness | 11/17/2005

'I can't help it. I'm Irish.'

Nader Courts Jerk Vote
Monkey Bidness | 11/17/2005

Ralph defends your right to be a total ass.

Tellabs, C&W Part Ways
News Analysis | 11/17/2005

A major win at C&W has gone sour for Tellabs, as the 8800 router is removed from the carrier's NGN plans

Dish, Texas
The Philter | 11/17/2005

Squawk!
Light Ranting | 11/16/2005

Light Reading gets the scoop... but does CNBC get Light Reading?

Nokia to Buy Intellisync
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/16/2005

$430M acquisition is a 'shot across the bow of RIM'

Will IPTV Bloom in 2006?
News Analysis | 11/16/2005

Infonetics predicts the IPTV couch potato population will reach 54 million by 2009, paying operators $44 billion to watch

Lucent Takes IMS to China
News Analysis | 11/16/2005

Lucent hooks up with Datang for interoperability testing of the Chinese 3G standard, TD-SCDMA

WiMax & 'Jet Blue Economics'
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/16/2005

TowerStream CEO explains the business of enterprise WiMax at Unstrung live show

Lucent Finds TD-SCDMA Partner
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/16/2005

Lucent hooks up with Datang for interoperability testing of the Chinese 3G standard

Greenfield Hires Another Cisco Vet
News Analysis | 11/16/2005

Cisco's wireless marketing VP, Bill Rossi, is rejoining his pals as he takes the CEO spot at Greenfield

These Are Cunfusing Times
Monkey Bidness | 11/16/2005

Man masters email, weak on relativity.

Telefónica Boosts Chinese Ties
News Analysis | 11/16/2005

Plans to almost double stake in China Netcom and form a service alliance with it. Will also resell Huawei gear

Indecency Peaks
Monkey Bidness | 11/15/2005

Cranks stuff FCC inbox.

Cable Is the Voice of VOIP
News Analysis | 11/15/2005

Consumers are still confused about VOIP – that's one reason the cable MSOs are calling it 'digital voice'

UTStarcom Sells IPTV to China
News Analysis | 11/15/2005

UTStarcom bags China's largest telecom carrier in a smallish IPTV deployment deal

Black Hats
The Philter | 11/15/2005

CMP buys the Black Hat show.

Darwin's Tortoise
Red Panda | 11/15/2005

The world's oldest living creature turns 175.

Access Pays Off for Agere
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/15/2005

Its network processors have claimed some big wins including a Huawei deal being announced today

Vodafone Suffers in Japan
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/15/2005

Vodafone's share price falls 10% as Japan continues to weigh down its financial performance

Monkeys Run Amok
Monkey Bidness | 11/15/2005

Lock up the silver!

Sign o' the Times
The Philter | 11/15/2005

At some satellite TV outfits, courtesy is an option.

Kazakhstan: Chuckle-Free Zone
Jonestown | 11/15/2005

Large central Asian nation found tragically lacking a sense of humor.

Telstra Unveils Switch to IP
News Analysis | 11/15/2005

Australian incumbent lays out all IP next-generation network plans, with Alcatel and Ericsson the main vendor beneficiaries

Bad Hair Decade
Jonestown | 11/15/2005

Hair Awards -- wot, no Callisch?

Google Searching
The Philter | 11/15/2005

Google just doesn't do anything for me...

Access Pays Off for Agere
News Analysis | 11/15/2005

Its network processors have claimed some big wins including a Huawei deal being announced today

Cisco Gets Meshy
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/15/2005

As expected, the networking giant gets into the wireless LAN mesh game UPDATED 4:05 PM

Is an SBC/BellSouth Merger Next?
News Analysis | 11/14/2005

The two RBOCs are drawn together by their joint ownership in, and reluctance to give up, Cingular Wireless

Tropos Gets With the Program
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/14/2005

Mesh startup finds friends as the market gets more competitive

Beaudoin Hygiene
Light Ranting | 11/14/2005

'I don't want to wash my butt in a dishwasher.'

Strix Strikes $12M to Make Mesh
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/14/2005

Fresh off recruiting VP of marketing Nan Chen, mesh wireless networking player draws a healthy VC round

Strix Strikes $12M to Make Mesh
News Analysis | 11/14/2005

Fresh off recruiting VP of marketing Nan Chen, mesh wireless networking player draws a healthy VC round

Juniper Gets Funky
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/14/2005

Snaps up security specialist Funk Software for $122M, but gives little away on its integration

Juniper Gets Into $122M Funk
News Analysis | 11/14/2005

Snaps up security specialist, but gives little away on its integration roadmap

Level 3 Rekindles Optical
News Analysis | 11/14/2005

The time was right for the carrier to build a new optical backbone, a network architect says

Luxtera Lights Up Sun
News Analysis | 11/14/2005

The silicon optics startup finds a role in Sun's supercomputing project

The Philter Index
The Philter | 11/14/2005

Get your fact detection rings on, kiddies!

Stoke Uncloaks
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/14/2005

Stealthy convergence startup drops the veil – a bit – and promises multimedia over many networks

VCom Files for $25 Million IPO
BroadBananas | 11/11/2005

Canadian cable and wireless infrastructure technology supplier VCom Inc. has filed a final prospectus for a C$25 million initial public offering (IPO).

SBC Brass Dominates the New AT&T
News Analysis | 11/11/2005

Most of SBC's top brass stay in place post-acquisition, but the future of the AT&T CTO office hasn't been discussed

Acquisitions Boost Telefónica in Q3
News Analysis | 11/11/2005

Telefónica raises full-year guidance following a 53.3% increase in Q3 profits

Siemens Spawns a Problem Child
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/11/2005

But the vendor's CEO knows what needs to be addressed: 'It's clear even to the brain dead that convergence is very real...'

Scaling IPTV: Progress at SBC
News Analysis | 11/11/2005

Scaling challenges still face Microsoft/Alcatel's IPTV solution at SBC, but the situation has improved since last spring

Siemens Spawns a Problem Child
News Analysis | 11/11/2005

But the vendor's CEO knows what needs to be addressed: 'It's clear even to the brain dead that convergence is very real...'

BigBand Plays for a Telco Tier 1
News Analysis | 11/11/2005

The cable equipment company says it has a big Tier 1 telco customer

Convergence Contenders
LR Mobile Column | 11/11/2005

Convergence Contenders
Major operators see big business in fixed/mobile convergence. But what exactly is the appeal?

Mike Tighe, Verizon
LRTV Interviews | 11/11/2005

Verizon's Mike Tighe talks about how his company is responding to enterprise customers who are demanding more Ethernet services and what makes Ethernet a good business for a traditional carrier

Cats Make You Crazy
Monkey Bidness | 11/11/2005

But you knew that.

Links: Facing the Google Future
News Analysis | 11/11/2005

Rod Randall tells Links crowd about the big math problem in the telecom industry, and offers ideas on how to avoid it

Telewest Turns Q3 Profit
News Analysis | 11/11/2005

Telewest reports £5M profit as it boosts the number of triple-play customers

Links Laughs
Light Ranting | 11/10/2005

Tim Walkoe does Links.

AT&T Goes Beyond Convergence
News Analysis | 11/10/2005

A Heavy Reading Links keynoter details the carrier's plans in WiMax, real-time fault detection, and other hot technologies

AT&T Goes Beyond Convergence
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/10/2005

A Heavy Reading Links keynoter details the carrier's plans in WiMax, real-time fault detection, and other hot technologies

Cisco Delivers Mixed Bag
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/10/2005

A sunny Q1 earnings report gathers some storm clouds as Cisco predicts a potentially flat Q2

Miller's a Quitter
Red Panda | 11/10/2005

Miss Run Amok can't take the heat.

Revenues Ramp at Test Vendors
News Analysis | 11/10/2005

Test and measurement firms are seeing the benefit of increased capex and the deployment of new systems and services

Sign o' the Times
The Philter | 11/10/2005

Wasn't Vehicilies the Greek god of misspellings?

Senate to Watch TV
Monkey Bidness | 11/10/2005

Cue expressions of shock, dismay.

'New Wave' Drives BT
News Analysis | 11/10/2005

Demand for BT's 'new wave' services are driving revenue growth, and all's going well with 21CN, says the carrier's management

JDSU Sells More, Cuts More
News Analysis | 11/10/2005

The components firm announces another 500 layoffs but might be nearing profitability

A Cow in Every Garage
Monkey Bidness | 11/10/2005

Sri Lankan milks the vote.

Small IPTV Carriers Find Life After Alcatel
News Analysis | 11/10/2005

Some of Alcatel's first IPTV middleware customers are turning to other vendors instead of waiting for an upgrade path to Microsoft's solution

Visto Lines Coffers
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/9/2005

The oldest startup in town adds another $70M in VC to its warchest

Cisco Delivers Mixed Bag
News Analysis | 11/9/2005

A sunny Q1 earnings report gathers some storm clouds as Cisco predicts a potentially flat Q2

Mediacom Sees Smaller Q3 Loss
News Analysis | 11/9/2005

Regional cable provider is betting on more data services – and VOIP – to drive revenue growth

Have the Floodgates Opened for VOD?
BroadBananas | 11/9/2005

For years, cable operators have wrangled with broadcasters to secure video-on-demand (VOD) distribution rights for popular prime-time television shows. Through a deal this week with CBS, Comcast is the first MSO to clear the impasse.

DT, TI Set to Spend Big
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/9/2005

German and Italian incumbents prepare to spend billions as they deploy new technologies, expand wireless coverage

Calix to Buy OSI
News Analysis | 11/9/2005

Acquisition gives Calix a path from BPON to GPON, while giving OSI a graceful exit

DT, TI Set to Spend Big on Broadband
News Analysis | 11/9/2005

German and Italian incumbents prepare to spend billions of euros as they deploy new technologies and seek even more customers

Sonusitis
The Philter | 11/9/2005

Does Sonus have the most rabid fan base since Corvis?

More Miracle Cheese
Monkey Bidness | 11/9/2005

Grilled Cheese: It's not just for Christians anymore.

Darwin's Revenge
Monkey Bidness | 11/9/2005

Monkey lovers win one.

Sonus Misses in Q3
News Analysis | 11/9/2005

Share price slumps as softswitch vendor reports a net loss of $2.7 million, or a penny a share, on revenues $45.7 million

Megamergers Don't Scare TWT
News Analysis | 11/8/2005

As Time Warner Telecom reports another quarterly loss, the carrier says the coming megamergers may work to its advantage

Nortel Meshes on Home Turf
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/8/2005

The first of several metro-mesh announcements expected this month

Lucent Lands BellSouth Deal
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/8/2005

Another feather in Lucent's IMS cap as it adds BellSouth to its collection of major IMS deals

FEMA to LA: Pay Up
Red Panda | 11/8/2005

'Don't send us any more help. We can't afford it.'

C&W: Not Just a 'Pretty Network'
News Analysis | 11/8/2005

Shares in Cable & Wireless gain despite fall in profits as the operator beats expectations

IRS to Church: Shut Up!
Monkey Bidness | 11/8/2005

Taxman shocked to find preacher meddling in politics.

Heavy Reading Links Up
News Analysis | 11/8/2005

Network convergence, golf, and world-class research fill the bill at Links 2005, Heavy Reading's annual executive summit

Bunny Flop
The Philter | 11/8/2005

I watch. I learn. I love The News Show.

Lucent Lands BellSouth IMS Deal
News Analysis | 11/8/2005

Another feather in Lucent's IMS cap as it adds BellSouth to its collection of major IP Multimedia Subsystem deals

Xtreme Hot Potato
Monkey Bidness | 11/8/2005

Gene pool clears a bit.

Juniper Hires 'Black Hat' Speaker
News Analysis | 11/8/2005

Michael Lynn, who quit his job over a controversial presentation about Cisco routers, finds a new home

Noli Me Tangere
Monkey Bidness | 11/7/2005

Church of Jacko launches.

XO Unwinds & Unwires
News Analysis | 11/7/2005

Yet another new chapter for XO: The company is selling its wireline network and targeting wireless broadband

XO Unwinds & Unwires
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/7/2005

Yet another new chapter for XO: The company is selling its wireline network and targeting wireless broadband

NexTone Dials Up $35M More
News Analysis | 11/7/2005

VCs bet big on the company's vision of session border controllers in the IMS world

Light Reading Gets New Digs
Slide Shows | 11/7/2005

New office perched in 32 Avenue of the Americas gives Light Reading staffers a view from inside the industry

KPN Reports Mixed Q3
News Analysis | 11/7/2005

KPN lifts guidance as earnings slide, while shares slip on its silence over M&A prospects

Redback's DeNuccio: We Can Go It Alone
News Analysis | 11/7/2005

Redback has been the subject of acquisition rumors. But CEO Kevin DeNuccio says it can stay independent

Beans, Hold the Music
Monkey Bidness | 11/7/2005

Scientist takes the fun out of beans.

Worst Jobs in Science
Monkey Bidness | 11/7/2005

Science is not for sissies.

iPorn
The Philter | 11/7/2005

I just knew this was going to happen...

Gorillas Demeaned
Monkey Bidness | 11/5/2005

Ready for primate time.

Is Scientific-Atlanta for Sale?
BroadBananas | 11/4/2005

The New York Post reported yesterday that Scientific-Atlanta Inc., the number-two supplier of digital cable set-tops and modems, may be up for sale.

Redback Boosted by TCV, Verizon Talk
News Analysis | 11/4/2005

Shares rising on investment from large shareholder TCV as well as talk of potential business at Verizon

The Philter Index
The Philter | 11/4/2005

Get your fact detection rings on, kiddies!

Lucent in the Lead for Verizon IMS?
News Analysis | 11/4/2005

Lucent's previous wins – and its IMS approach – give it a good shot at winning a key part of Verizon's network

Lucent in the Lead at Verizon?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/4/2005

Lucent's previous wins – and its IMS approach – give it a good shot at winning a key part of Verizon's network

The WiMax Car!
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/4/2005

Well, the 'pre-WiMax' car anyway...

Resumé du Jour
Light Ranting | 11/4/2005

Wanted: Marimba skills.

Amsterdam Commits to FTTH
News Analysis | 11/4/2005

Dutch capital to connect 40,000 homes in project that could expand to a €300M citywide rollout

Móviles Moves Up in Q3
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/4/2005

Telefónica Móviles boasts 24% rise in Q3 profits on the back of Latin American growth

UTStarcom: Waiting for IPTV
News Analysis | 11/4/2005

Restructuring continues as the company takes revenue and earnings hit and looks to decrease dependence on PAS handset business

Microsoft Buys a Second VOIP Firm
News Analysis | 11/4/2005

Through the acquisition of Swiss VOIP application developer media-streams.com, Microsoft buys a headstart into enterprise VOIP

Brits Best Irish Again
Monkey Bidness | 11/4/2005

'We conquered the world during a blackout.'

'Can I Quit Now?'
Red Panda | 11/3/2005

Brownie gets his wish.

ECI Posts 26 Percent Growth
News Analysis | 11/3/2005

ECI posts 26% year-over-year revenue growth, but takes a hit on earnings from the Laurel acquisition.

Time Warner Gets RAD
News Analysis | 11/3/2005

A deal in Texas could represent a big break for pseudowire technology in cellular backhaul networks

Orckit, the Killer Stock
Light Ranting | 11/3/2005

Fluke stock thrashes about, dropping or gaining 20-30% a day.

NTL Losses Drop in Q3
News Analysis | 11/3/2005

UK Cable operator NTL cuts Q3 losses ahead of its merger with Telewest

Beard Envy
Jonestown | 11/3/2005

Berlin, land of the luxuriant.

Readers Love Mobile WiMax – Mostly
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/3/2005

But 35 percent of you believe that 4G is 'stoopid'

Juniper's Ethernet Strategy Emerging
News Analysis | 11/3/2005

The routing powerhouse is serious about Ethernet and has hired engineers from Riverstone to help product strategy, sources say

Enter the Leading Lights
Column | 11/3/2005

The Leading Lights Awards deadline approaches – get those entries in!

Deutsche Telekom to Cut 32,000 Jobs
News Analysis | 11/3/2005

German incumbent will take $4B charge as it cuts its workforce dramatically during the next three years

Riverstone Claims Progress
News Analysis | 11/3/2005

The Ethernet switching and routing company cut costs in Q2 but still hasn't jump-started any revenue growth

RBOCs Excel With DSL
News Analysis | 11/3/2005

Lower-priced DSL services are helping the incumbents battle back against cable MSOs

WiMAX World
Wireless Buzz | 11/3/2005

Art or Alcoholism?
Red Panda | 11/2/2005

The art of getting paid to drink.

Iolon Sells for $5M
News Analysis | 11/2/2005

The tunable-laser hopeful hits the end of the road, selling its assets to optics vendor Coherent

Cisco-Backed Cbeyond Sees $73M
News Analysis | 11/2/2005

Cbeyond shares trade close even at $12 in its Nasdaq debut on Wednesday

Testify!
The Philter | 11/2/2005

Now that's a testimonial...

Nortel: Krazy About Korea
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/2/2005

In his last call as Nortel's CEO, Bill Owens highlights Nortel's opportunities in Korea

Nortel's Owens: Krazy About Korea
News Analysis | 11/2/2005

In his last call as Nortel's CEO, Bill Owens highlights Nortel's opportunities in Korea

300 an Hour!
The Philter | 11/2/2005

AOL's got problems.

Cable Firms, Sprint in Fixed/Mobile Deal
News Analysis | 11/2/2005

Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cox, and Advance/Newhouse form $200M fixed/mobile convergence (FMC) joint venture with Sprint Nextel

Cable Firms, Sprint In FMC Deal
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/2/2005

Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cox, and Advance/Newhouse form $200M fixed/mobile convergence (FMC) joint venture with Sprint Nextel

Procket Founder Takes On Servers
News Analysis | 11/2/2005

Sharad Mehrotra's new startup, Fabric7, is a Procket-like attack on high-end Unix servers

Qwest Posts Big DSL Gains in Q3
Cable Guy | 11/2/2005

Look Ma! I'm Traveling
Light Ranting | 11/1/2005

Anybody care where I am? Didn't think so.

Qwest Settles Investor Class Action
News Analysis | 11/1/2005

The Denver-based carrier will settle its investor class action suit for $400 million, its accountant will kick in $10 million as well

Charter Ekes Out a Profit
News Analysis | 11/1/2005

Company turns $3B loss into a $75M gain, mostly boosted by addition of 98,400 high-speed Internet subscribers

The Path to MoMax
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/1/2005

Intel and Motorola are getting together to promote the adoption of Mobile WiMax

Poll: Businesses First to Buy IMS Apps
News Analysis | 11/1/2005

Many Light Readers believe businesses will be the first to embrace new IMS-enabled applications

Tasman Targets Cisco's ISR
News Analysis | 11/1/2005

The former Tiara Networks continues nibbling at Cisco's heels, claiming to outperform the ISR router family

Nortel, Moto Settle on Zafirovski
LR Mobile News Analysis | 11/1/2005

Nortel and Motorola settle their differences over appointment of Mike Zafirovski as Nortel CEO, but there are conditions

Nortel, Moto Settle on Zafirovski
News Analysis | 11/1/2005

Nortel and Motorola settle their differences over appointment of Mike Zafirovski as Nortel CEO, but there are conditions

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