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RIM CMO Leaves
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/5/2011

Bad news for RIM ahead of PlayBook launch

VoLTE Maintains Momentum
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes | 3/4/2011

LTE operators aim to bridge third-party communities with IMS core networks

AT&T Cuts the Cord
LR Cable News Analysis | 3/4/2011

When it comes to accessing content from a new type of U-verse box made by Cisco, anyway...

OS Watch: Android Lets Developers Go Hungry
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/4/2011

Android's unfilled developer promises, Apple's OS updates and BBM's cross-platform ambitions top off this week's OS watch

Russian Ops to Share LTE Network
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/4/2011

Russia's leading mobile operators are to share an LTE network that's being built by a WiMax operator. Yes, you read that right

Considering QFabric
Craig's A-List | 3/4/2011

12:10 PM Juniper has announced lots of big, ambitious plans lately, but QFabric might be the most significant. Here's why

Suddenlink Slaps Usage Meters on Cable Modems
LR Cable News Analysis | 3/4/2011

Elsewhere: Cablevision taps PC-TV help, NCTA bristles at spectrum 'hoarding' claims, and the FCC proposes its retrans fix

The Bridge to CMAP
The Bauminator | 3/4/2011

10:50 AM Cox's Jeff Finkelstein discusses how the MSO intends to transition to the industry's budding IP convergence platform

Research Rewind: March 4
Research Rewind | 3/4/2011

This week: Multiplatform video, 100Gbit/s transport, IPv6, mobile education, telecom in Singapore and Honduras, policy management

GC Goes 'Network-Centric' for the Cloud
News Analysis | 3/4/2011

Global Crossing is stressing the network-centric nature of its unified comms cloud-service offerings, but it faces stiff competition

iPhone for LTE TDD?
AsiaBlog | 3/4/2011

7:10 AM China Mobile sows the seed – again

Opnext Joins the Tunable XFP Race
News Analysis | 3/4/2011

Say cheese! Opnext hopes its optical shutter will make up for its late entry in the hottest optical module market

Euronews: March 4
News Analysis | 3/4/2011

Russian operators share LTE, Prysmian's revenues grow and Zain's numbers go crazy in today's telecom headlines from the EMEA region

Cable FTTP Goes Standard
LR Cable News Analysis | 3/3/2011

SCTE blesses 'RF over Glass' as a standard, but will there be enough demand for the technology to feed the vendors that support it?

Boomerang Rumor
EuroBlog | 3/3/2011

2:45 PM It's back! AlcaLu to be bought by Huawei!

Cisco Asks for MPLS Unity
News Analysis | 3/3/2011

With an angry ITU group ready to start a second MPLS OAM standard, Cisco makes its case for staying one big happy family

CBS, Turner to Stream March Madness to the iPad
LR Cable News Analysis | 3/3/2011

Elsewhere: ZillionTV liquidated, more bad news for ivi TV, HBO doubles TV Everywhere library, cable ad revenue and modem subs on the rise

Tablet Prep: AT&T & Verizon Shake Up Pricing
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/3/2011

AT&T intros a new post-paid pricing scheme for tablets while the end of unlimited draws near for Verizon customers

IPv6 CPE Software: Custom or Off-the-Shelf?
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes | 3/3/2011

As IPv6-capable CPE starts appearing in many homes in 2011, there will be a mix of bespoke and industry-standard Linux software

Ekinops: Making Overtures to ANDA?
News Analysis | 3/3/2011

Carrier Ethernet M&A update – optical equipment firm Ekinops tipped as ANDA's buyer

WikiLeaks Cable Casts Dim Light on Huawei
News Analysis | 3/3/2011

WikiLeaks has published a US diplomatic cable that is less than complimentary about the past business practices of Huawei in Africa

Dish's Spectrum Chase Hits a Speed Bump
LR Cable News Analysis | 3/3/2011

Charlie Ergen's pursuit of DBSD and its coveted spectrum is back-burnered to make room for rival bids

Carrier Ethernet Access Enters 2011 on a High
Ethernet Exposed | 3/3/2011

10:00 AM The CEAP market is going great guns, with the Ethernet-over-fiber segment especially strong, reveals a Heavy Reading report

Juniper Makes Its Packet-Optical Move
News Analysis | 3/3/2011

It's more packet than optical at the moment, but it suddenly makes Juniper relevant in a core battle that includes AlcaLu and Ciena

Euronews: March 3
News Analysis | 3/3/2011

A new Leif for Ericsson, Lombard leaves France Telecom and Bernabe hangs on at Telecom Italia, possibly, in today's EMEA news roundup

iPad 2: Fast & Skinny But No USB
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/2/2011

The Apple iPad 2 offers a lot of bang for your tablet bucks, but does it have everything?

Suitors Circle LiquidxStream
LR Cable News Analysis | 3/2/2011

ATX Networks said to have pole position on snapping up an edge QAM startup that counts Time Warner Cable among its customers

AT&T & Verizon Fight for iPad 2 Dominance
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/2/2011

As Apple announces that both Verizon and AT&T will be getting the iPad 2, the carriers go into attack-and-defend mode on social media

Apple iPad 2: The Basics
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/2/2011

Steve Jobs helms the launch of the new faster Apple tablet in San Francisco

Apple Live Event as It Happens
Jonestown | 3/2/2011

1:20 PM Unveiling the iPad 2

Survey Says: PlayBook Still in Play
Que Sera Sarah | 3/2/2011

12:15 PM More than half of LR Mobile's reader respondents are waiting on RIM's PlayBook, even with iPad 2 imminent

Charter Presses Usage-Based Broadband
LR Cable News Analysis | 3/2/2011

Elsewhere: Clearleap and Pace team up, ivi TV appeals shutdown, FCC member dishes on retrans consent and Google TV prepares to kick apps

Rovi Adds iPad App to Guide Arsenal
LR Cable News Analysis | 3/2/2011

Rovi jumps on the iPad bandwagon with TotalGuide xD, a customizable navigation system for service providers

Euronews: March 2
News Analysis | 3/2/2011

Verizon does 100 GigE, Ofcom bangs on about broadband speeds and Vodafone makes M2M moves in today's roundup of Euro telecom news

Which Carriers Is LightSquared Working With?
Jonestown | 3/1/2011

5:40 PM Work on possible GPS interference issue doesn't seem to be slowing the wholesale LTE startup down

What's Next for Cox Wireless?
LR Cable News Analysis | 3/1/2011

Cox's long-term mobile future appears to be in flux amid word that its wireless chief, Stephen Bye, is heading to Sprint

AT&T's Cloud Strategy: Bigger Is Better
News Analysis | 3/1/2011

Managing massive mobile and fixed networks and huge IT resources actually positions telecom giant well for cloud services

Cable Standards Go Global
Technically Speaking With SCTE | 3/1/2011

3:00 PM Cable standards are branching beyond North America following SCTE's recent decision to join the ITU-T

Overture & Hatteras Gang Up on Carrier Ethernet
News Analysis | 3/1/2011

If you have trouble remembering who does what in Carrier Ethernet, things just got a little bit easier

Cox, Moto Test 400Mbit/s Docsis 3.0 Upstream
LR Cable News Analysis | 3/1/2011

Elsewhere: Microsoft uses skin to navigate, Boxee raises cash, and broadcasters accuse Dish and Time Warner Cable of hoarding spectrum

Android Cheat Sheet: How to Beat the iPad 2
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/1/2011

Analysts offer 10 ideas Android device makers could use to catch up to Apple in the tablet wars

Sprint's 4G Options in Flux
LR Mobile News Analysis | 3/1/2011

Could LightSquared now be on the operator's menu of possible LTE options?

Cable Tech Tidbits
The Bauminator | 3/1/2011

10:50 AM A rundown of news from our cable broadband event, including Comcast's upstream tests, SCTE's OK of RFoG and cable's connection with EPON

Euronews: March 1
News Analysis | 3/1/2011

Motorola sued in Ireland, Vivendi reports a mixed picture and Technicolor stems its losses in today's roundup of Euro headlines

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