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Nortel Claims Muni Wireless Lead
News Analysis | 10/25/2006

Nortel's competitors aren't buying its claim of being one of the only end-to-end muni wireless plays out there

Base Stations Drive Wireless Economics
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/25/2006

Modular base stations and more distributed networks shape the future for cellular, says Unstrung Insider

Nortel Claims Muni Wireless Lead
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/25/2006

Nortel's competitors aren't buying its claim of being one of the only end-to-end muni wireless plays out there

Neuf Cegetel Floats Higher
News Analysis | 10/25/2006

Neuf Cegetel's share price rises almost neuf percent higher on Euronext debut

LR Names Leading Lights Finalists
News Analysis | 10/25/2006

Here are the finalists for the third annual Light Reading Leading Lights Awards

Ethernet Expo II
Craig's A-List | 10/24/2006

Ethernet is pricey (?!), PBT gets razzed, Starbucks woes

Just Add Ads
The Philter | 10/24/2006

A new 'entertainment' formula

Ethernet Expo: NYC 2006
LRTV Documentaries | 10/24/2006

Executives from Verizon, Time Warner Telephone, Ciena, and Optimum Lightpath comment on the latest trends in carrier Ethernet at Light Reading's Ethernet Expo 2006

Juniper's Ethernet Hit
LRTV Documentaries | 10/24/2006

Juniper's new MX series is a line of Ethernet aggregation boxes with Layer 3 routing capabilities – the kind of system that will help Juniper compete for a spot in carrier IPTV networks

T-Mobile Pilots WiFi/Cell Service
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/24/2006

Initial program rolls out in Seattle, offering calls over hybrid networks

Rev A USA
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/24/2006

Sprint first with faster EV-DO but no handsets 'til 2007

Lucent Offsets Alcatel Slump
News Analysis | 10/24/2006

Lucent upbeat on quarterly earnings, offsetting a disappointing Q3 for Alcatel

Wireline's Accelerating Demise
Cutting Loose | 10/24/2006

The death of plain old telephone service has been greatly underestimated

Atheros Buys Attansic
News Analysis | 10/24/2006

Chipmaker says it needs more Ethernet know-how – $71.5 million worth – to support 802.11n

Atheros Buys Attansic
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/24/2006

Chipmaker says it needs more Ethernet know-how – $71.5 million worth – to support 802.11n

AT&T, Verizon Expand on Ethernet
News Analysis | 10/24/2006

Carriers discuss future Ethernet growth plans at Light Reading's Ethernet Expo

Readers: Motionbox Is M&A Bait
News Analysis | 10/24/2006

Light Reading poll suggests video sharing site will be one of the next to get snapped up

Quit Monkeying Around!
Red Panda | 10/24/2006

Great apes today are such pranksters

Verizon: Make Way for ViOS
News Analysis | 10/23/2006

Verizon is prepping a business-class fiber service called ViOS

Colubris Grabs $14M
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/23/2006

Six years and $50 million down the road, wireless LAN vendor says it's ready for the next generation of enterprise WiFi

Verizon ViOS: Coming Soon
LRTV Named Documents | 10/23/2006

Power Co. Goes Walkie-Talkie
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/23/2006

Utilities face major overhaul of mobile radio systems

E Is for Ethernet
Craig's A-List | 10/23/2006

Nuggets from Day 1 of the LR Ethernet Expo

Metasploit to Go Wireless
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/23/2006

Wireless device-driver software set to emerge as the next big petri dish for exploits, attacks

Thin Is In
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/23/2006

Cell phones skinny enough for a supermodel battle it out with WiFi talkie chips in this week's new-product roundup

Fish Is Brain Food
Monkey Bidness | 10/23/2006

Some folk should eat more of it

As the World Turins
The Philter | 10/23/2006

Turin buys some cheap, white rock

Oracle Buys More OSS With MetaSolv
News Analysis | 10/23/2006

Software giant makes another telecom acquisition, picking up OSS vendor MetaSolv for $219.2M

Ma Bell Loves Mobile
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/23/2006

Cingular growth boosts parent company's results

MSOs Blitz Business Voice
LR Cable News Analysis | 10/23/2006

Cable operators are starting to introduce commercial phone services to complement their high-speed data offerings

Cisco Dials Up Videoconferencing
News Analysis | 10/23/2006

The notoriously fuzzy, jerky technology gets an extreme makeover that 'looks billable' for carriers

Veraz Files for $115M IPO
News Analysis | 10/23/2006

Softswitch vendor aims to raise $115M by listing on Nasdaq, with ECI preparing to sell part or all of its 41% stake

JDSU Gets Optovia
News Analysis | 10/23/2006

Amplifier startup Optovia couldn't outrun its bankers, who reportedly sold off the firm to JDSU last month

3G Nears Reality in China
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/20/2006

Mainland networks may still be installed in time for Beijing Olympics

Google on YouTube: It'll Ad Up
News Analysis | 10/20/2006

The search giant reported a strong third quarter, and had time left over to explain its $1.65 billion purchase of YouTube

Tandberg TV Bounces Back
LR Cable News Analysis | 10/20/2006

The video compression company had an ugly Q3, but there's light in the tunnel: the stock rose 18% Thursday in Oslo

Avici Down, Redback Less Down
Craig's A-List | 10/20/2006

Some honesty about AT&T and crossed fingers for BellSouth

Iliad Buys Into French FTTH
News Analysis | 10/20/2006

Competitive carrier kick-starts its FTTH plans with the acquisition of Parisian startup CiteFibre

Panda Strikes Again
Red Panda | 10/20/2006

Panda gets two thumbs down for rudeness – well, maybe one and a half

The Eye in IP
EuroBlog | 10/20/2006

IP net operators are taking a closer look at each other

Cisco Lines Up 7600 Successor
News Analysis | 10/20/2006

Sources say Cisco is working on a successor platform to the 7600 routers as competitive and technical pressures turn the screw

Verizon's Tough Zone
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/20/2006

No. 2 operator takes on Sprint Nextel with new ruggedized 'lifestyle' phone

Cingular's Subs-stantial Quarter
News Analysis | 10/20/2006

Adding over one million new subs in Q3, top US operator posts major profit hike

Three-Network Pileup
Jonestown | 10/19/2006

Sprint/T-Mobile merger talk doesn't address one big issue

Putting the Freaq in Freaquency
The Martin Chronicles | 10/19/2006

Airport personal RFID – an idea whose time will never come

Best in Show
Nearpoints | 10/19/2006

One product at WiMax World really caught my eye

GOOG
The Philter | 10/19/2006

My, but they are huge

ISPs Plan Security Push
News Analysis | 10/19/2006

New opportunities, public criticism drive service providers to develop more comprehensive security services

Nokia Stumbles in Q2
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/19/2006

As average selling prices fall, market boos mobile phone-maker's results

TW Cable Eyes Acquisition Currency
News Analysis | 10/19/2006

IPO is not about raising capital – it's about raising the funds to buy Cablevision

Cingular's Subs-stantial Quarter
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/19/2006

Adding over one million new subs in Q3, top US operator posts major profit hike

Cable Attacking Commercial Market
News Analysis | 10/19/2006

Cable operators are ramping up their efforts to lure small and medium-sized firms with enhanced offerings

Skype Sales Hit $50M
EuroBlog | 10/19/2006

Free voice call specialist pulls in $50M a quarter

Alien Clowns
Monkey Bidness | 10/19/2006

What could be scarier?

Ericsson Plugs Marconi Progress
News Analysis | 10/19/2006

Swedish vendor is building a backlog of new business and has landed a $230M optical deal, says CEO in Q3 earnings report

CEO Bites on Danish
EuroBlog | 10/19/2006

New job, different pressures for Jens Alder

Waiting for My Own TV
News Analysis | 10/19/2006

Google's got YouTube. But when will carriers pick up on user-generated TV?

Juniper Smiles Through Q3
News Analysis | 10/19/2006

Juniper hits its targets for the quarter, but analysts wonder about the company's declining router revenues

Critics Consider AT&T Merger Conditions
News Analysis | 10/19/2006

As the FCC ponders the AT&T/BellSouth merger, concerns about competition are plentiful and plain

Siemens Latest to Earn Policy Server Qualification
LR Cable News Analysis | 10/18/2006

Siemens cleared the bar with its PCS-5000 Policy Control Server during Certification Wave #45 testing at CableLabs.

Nokia, Ericsson Face Off
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/18/2006

Strong worldwide mobile phone sales boost Big 4 handset makers

Disease Management Gets Mobile
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/18/2006

Cell phone software helps track, control Third-World epidemics

Ericsson, Juniper, Again
Craig's A-List | 10/18/2006

Well, why else would Juniper stock be climbing?

Google's Mobile Challenge
News Analysis | 10/18/2006

As online service providers embrace wireless, there are major hurdles to overcome

Viruses Without Borders
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/18/2006

Hackers test a new generation of malware that attacks multiple platforms simultaneously

Morlock v. Eloi
Red Panda | 10/18/2006

In which direction is your family tree going?

Cutting Costs in Wireless Networks
LR Mobile Column | 10/18/2006

As equipment prices come down, vendors turn to zero-footprint architectures to minimize cell site costs.

Radio Daze
The Philter | 10/18/2006

They made me pay

Glengarry Glen Ross
Light Ranting | 10/18/2006

Movin' on up!

Google's Mobile Challenge
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/18/2006

As online service providers embrace wireless, there are major hurdles to overcome

Triple Play Fires Up Test Sector
News Analysis | 10/18/2006

Voice, video, and data service combinations are fueling demand for triple-play test tools

Weird Science
Monkey Bidness | 10/18/2006

Choosy beetles and flying cheese

Juniper Antes Up on Ethernet (Finally)
News Analysis | 10/18/2006

The new MX series gives Juniper an Ethernet platform to combat Alcatel and Cisco in IPTV circles

Facebook Too Pricey for Yahoo?
News Analysis | 10/18/2006

Google's YouTube buy may have jacked up valuations and lessened the chances that Yahoo will buy Facebook

Motorola's Mixed Bag
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/17/2006

The number two handset maker saw cellphone shipments up in Q3, but the firm's net earnings disappointed UPDATED 10/19 4:00 PM

Micro-Cafes With Macro Impact
The Martin Chronicles | 10/17/2006

GrameenPhone brings the mobile Web to rural Bangladesh

Ethernet Service Provider of the Year Finalists
Column | 10/17/2006

Awards will be announced at Light Reading's Ethernet Expo in New York City on Wednesday, October 25

Extreme Equity
Craig's A-List | 10/17/2006

Why private equity sticks to chips

Cisco's Secure Access
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/17/2006

Networking giant reveals first offshoot of the Meetinghouse buyout

Level 3 Buys Broadwing for $1.4B
News Analysis | 10/17/2006

Level 3 puts an exclamation point on its shopping spree with acquisition of Broadwing

Off With Their Heads!
Cutting Loose | 10/17/2006

Backdating scandal could claim some high-profile tech CEOs – is that a good thing?

Cable Modem Shipments Hit Record in Q2
News Analysis | 10/17/2006

Combined worldwide shipments of cable data and voice modems reached a new record high in the spring quarter

Nortel CEO Serious About Services
News Analysis | 10/17/2006

Poaches European executives from enterprise VOIP rival Avaya and plans regional operational support centers in Mexico and Turkey

AT&T: We're Sticking With FTTN
News Analysis | 10/17/2006

Carrier says its FTTN plans are solid and its new HDTV trials are going well

Name of the Week
EuroBlog | 10/17/2006

Acquisition has us checking to see if it's already April Fool's Day

Metconnex Sells to JDSU
News Analysis | 10/17/2006

JDSU buys Metconnex's remains for $2.5M and adds an explanation to its Optium lawsuit

Rural Rescue Mesh-ion
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/16/2006

North Carolina town revitalizes in partnership with WiFi provider

Naughty Monkeys Banished
Monkey Bidness | 10/16/2006

Sent to their room

FON's $5 WiFi
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/16/2006

Plus road-warrior security, a snazzy new all-in-one, and solar-powered mesh in this week's new-product roundup

BBWF: Paris in Pictures
Column | 10/16/2006

Light Reading took its camera to Paris and the Broadband World Forum Europe last week – here's what we shot

For the Kids: Crackspace
The Philter | 10/16/2006

Another smokin' Web 2.0 idea

Optium IPO Rolls On
News Analysis | 10/16/2006

The JDSU-Emcore lawsuit isn't stopping Optium, which could go public within 10 days

RIM Delays Q2 Filing
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/16/2006

'Accounting error' feeds concern over backdating of stock options

Reading Light Reading?
EuroBlog | 10/16/2006

FT and Reuters pick up on our news coverage

Bad Xmas Gifts, Vol. I
The Philter | 10/16/2006

Go into the Eternal Light

Vodafone Upheaval Continues
News Analysis | 10/16/2006

Mobile operator's executive carousel spins into action again as its Innovation unit closes its doors

Glaucoma: Everybody Sing!
Monkey Bidness | 10/16/2006

More uses for medical marijuana

Strix Wins Big Japanese Mesh Deal
News Analysis | 10/16/2006

Startup will work with NTT to cover 100 cities in Japan with meshed WiFi networks

Strix Wins Big Japanese Mesh Deal
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/16/2006

Startup will work with NTT to cover 100 cities in Japan with meshed WiFi networks

WiMax Photo Journal
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/13/2006

The devices, the hardware, and the, er, costumes on display at this week's WiMax World...in living color

Free WiFi for Mylo Users
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/13/2006

T-Mobile offers 'personal communicators' a year-long HotSpot subscription for free

IPO News: Acme Soars, Neuf Preps
News Analysis | 10/13/2006

Acme soars 58 percent on first day's trading and Neuf sets price range for its flotation

WiMax Photo Journal
News Analysis | 10/13/2006

The devices, the hardware, and the, er, costumes on display at this week's WiMax World...in living color

FCC Balks at AT&T/BellSouth Merger Vote
News Analysis | 10/13/2006

Two commissioners have asked for the vote on the merger of AT&T and Bell South be put off due to anti-trust concerns

Logan's Runoff
Jonestown | 10/13/2006

Logan WiFi access at the airport remains a closed shop

WiMax: The Landscape Unfolds
Nearpoints | 10/13/2006

Energy, momentum, and a sharpening competitive picture

Mobile Carriers Calling God for Coverage
BroadBananas | 10/13/2006

Now that cable MSOs are making a leap into mobile with Sprint, could they be the next ones knocking on parish doors?

Inside Microsoft TV's Usability Lab
News Analysis | 10/13/2006

Microsoft has been watching people watch TV, and finds that an instant channel change experience can have a positive knock-on effect

Smellovision
Red Panda | 10/13/2006

You think TV stinks now?

Alcatel's Ad Budget
The Philter | 10/13/2006

$125M globally for Alcatel Lucent

WiMax: Bubble or Bloodbath?
Jonestown | 10/12/2006

The WiMax market looks ripe for VCs... for now

Blogosphere Yawns at New Treo
The Martin Chronicles | 10/12/2006

Cool colors, but where's the WiFi?

Nortel's PBT Debuts in China
News Analysis | 10/12/2006

Shanghai Telecom is set to be first to deploy the controversial new Ethernet flavor, Provider Backbone Transport (PBT)

OpenClovis Targets Open-Source Telecom
News Analysis | 10/12/2006

The middleware vendor hopes to lead an initiative to make open-source IT products into carrier-grade wares

BT to Go WiMax?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/12/2006

Industry sources suggest the venerable British operator may wager on the wireless broadband technology

Cisco's Triple Threat
The Philter | 10/12/2006

Cisco owns the triple play

Genband 86s the S4
News Analysis | 10/12/2006

Genband shelves its S4 and says it won't force carriers to pick its softswitch when they go from circuit to packet networks

A Treo Your Mom Could Love
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/12/2006

New smartphone from Palm tries to capture consumer hearts as well as business minds

Thomson Fuses VOIP & IPTV
News Analysis | 10/12/2006

French firm Thomson is fusing two of its products into a combined IPTV and VOIP service platform

Coke on a Stick
Red Panda | 10/12/2006

You can fry soda?

Vodafone Swaps Resellers; Carphone Stock Falls
News Analysis | 10/12/2006

Carphone Warehouse stock plunges 16 percent on news it's been ditched by Vodafone for retail sales

WiMax Interference on the Radar
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/12/2006

Antenna vendors start to consider how to deal with the eternal wireless problem - radio interference

The New Telco - London 2006
LRTV Documentaries | 10/12/2006

From Light Reading's New Telco 2006 event in London we take a look at how will service providers make money out of next-gen networks and the applications and services available now and into the future.

Educational WiFi: Still Fat
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/11/2006

But it will get slimmer according to a new survey from management firm Airwave

Real World WiMax
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/11/2006

Intel, Motorola, Nokia, and others highlight new trends at WiMax World Show in Boston

Google TV
Craig's A-List | 10/11/2006

How YouTube could kill my television

He's 'Farm Strong'
The Philter | 10/11/2006

My nephew, the ox

Going Private, Cable's New Competitive Weapon
BroadBananas | 10/11/2006

If successful, Cablevision would become the third U.S. MSO to go private in recent years, following in the footsteps of Cox and Insight.

Alcatel Embraces Tispan's IMS
News Analysis | 10/11/2006

Vendor details new Tispan capabilities that enable it to offer a full set of IMS capabilities for fixed and mobile operators

Carphone Faces Broadband Hiccups
News Analysis | 10/11/2006

Carphone Warehouse acquires AOL's UK customers, at the same time warning broadband will cost it an extra £20M this year

Meriton Eyes IPO
News Analysis | 10/11/2006

Optical gear specialist has its eyes on new funding, with a listing in London or Toronto on the cards in 2007, says CEO

Google: Dark Fiber Story Not So Dark
News Analysis | 10/11/2006

Google executive says its mission to buy dark fiber is nothing more than a friendly peering relationship

AT&T Goes Long Distance in India
News Analysis | 10/11/2006

AT&T receives first long distance licenses in India offered to a foreign carrier

PBT Means What?
EuroBlog | 10/11/2006

Executives ponder the real meaning of PBT

What's Next for Sprint Nextel?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/10/2006

Chairman's departure raises possibility of company sale

Some Advice for Sprint Nextel
Cutting Loose | 10/10/2006

Departure of chairman leaves CEO with a daunting task. Here's three recommendations

Nortel Takes WiMax MIMO
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/10/2006

Eyeing Sprint Nextel's '4G' rollout, Nortel intros first MIMO WiMax base station

Lost In Translation
EuroBlog | 10/10/2006

Some people will steal anything!

Quigley: IMS Won't Cure All
News Analysis | 10/10/2006

IMS is the way forward, but it's not a cure-all, says Mike Quigley, COO at Alcatel, which spewed product and customer news today

Ciena Dips on Lack of Bull
News Analysis | 10/10/2006

So far, Ciena's analyst day just isn't bullish enough, say investors

VC Firm Gets Cold Feet; Startups Sneeze
News Analysis | 10/10/2006

Does Sevin Rosen fund closure foretell tough times for wireless/telecom companies?

Moto, T-Online Back Ruckus
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/10/2006

The two companies led a $16 million C round, but they lend something far more important to Ruckus - the look of credibility

Google Gone Gaga
Column | 10/10/2006

Google has just paid $25 million per employee for second place

Will Content Deals Save YouTube?
News Analysis | 10/10/2006

Google agreed to pay $1.65B for the video sharing site Monday, but has the search giant bought itself a boatload of legal trouble?

ABI Sees Concurrent VOD Streams Soaring
LR Cable News Analysis | 10/9/2006

In a new report, ABI predicts that the number of concurrent video streams will surge from 1.67 million last year to 163 million in 2011.

The 'D' Word
The Martin Chronicles | 10/9/2006

I'm OK, you're dysfunctional

VC Firm Gets Cold Feet; Startups Sneeze
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/9/2006

Does Sevin Rosen fund closure foretell tough times for wireless/telecom companies?

FT: IMS Is the Future
News Analysis | 10/9/2006

France Telecom has put IMS at the heart of its network, services, and organizational transformation, executive tells Paris event

Some Ads With Your Ad?
Light Ranting | 10/9/2006

What's real and what's not on YouTube?

Ericsson, Nokia Bid Low for BSNL
News Analysis | 10/9/2006

Ericsson and Nokia emerge as lowest bidders for BSNL's $4.8B GSM network expansion

Hello Intel
Craig's A-List | 10/9/2006

Taking cues from Sanrio and the Steelers

Trapeze Unveils Next Gen Product
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/9/2006

Startup reveals its distributed/centralized architecture, plus all the WiMax you can eat in today's new-product roundup

Angels Bless Eefoof
The Philter | 10/9/2006

Moto, T-Online Back Ruckus
News Analysis | 10/9/2006

The two companies led a $16 million C round, but they lend something far more important to Ruckus - the look of credibility

Media Stars in Links 2006 Conference
News Analysis | 10/9/2006

Heavy Reading's annual executive conference brings in speakers from the likes of Sony Pictures, Netflix, and the NFL

Symbol Gets Sued
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/9/2006

An unknown number of shareholders have launched lawsuits against the firm in a bid to stop the Motorola buyout

Carrier Ethernet Takes Flight
News Analysis | 10/9/2006

Heavy Reading survey finds carriers falling over each other to launch Ethernet services

Verizon Fueling North American Fiber Growth
News Analysis | 10/9/2006

Fiber growth is picking up in North America, a new study shows, but so far most of it is Verizon's; CLECs, IOCs getting busy now too

T-Mobile Confirms 3G Plans
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/6/2006

Majority of UMTS network should be in place by 2008

LightPointe Switches On (Again)
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/6/2006

FSO pioneer is back in the game after new investors pony up

Leading Lights Extension!
Light Ranting | 10/6/2006

Relax, you've got five more days to enter Leading Lights

OnMobile Secures $27.8M
News Analysis | 10/6/2006

India-based mobile value-added services provider, an Infosys spin-out, scores $27.8M

New Telco Europe: Quips & Pics
News Analysis | 10/6/2006

Service providers in the old continent discuss new ways of reaching customers and finding their way on the Web

Little T Wins Pulitzer
Red Panda | 10/6/2006

Painful lessons about sharing

Spirent Stabilizes
News Analysis | 10/6/2006

As Spirent says it's on track for a better 2006, the stock leaps and the company plans to return cash to shareholders

Avici Out of Turk Telecom
News Analysis | 10/6/2006

Core router vendor sees its stock dip as it announces it is decommissioning its core router from Turk Telecom

Sprint-Cable Group Weighs Options
News Analysis | 10/6/2006

After capturing a big chunk of fresh wireless spectrum, a coalition of four top cable operators and Sprint Nextel plans to sit on it for a while

Next Up, Nxtcomm
The Philter | 10/6/2006

It's new. It's big. It's, well, kinda weird

BlackBerry Penguin Pitch?
Jonestown | 10/5/2006

RIM co-CEO to buy into hockey team

Ethics 101
Nearpoints | 10/5/2006

The biggest challenge in business today isn’t technical

T-Mobile 3G Is Imminent
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/5/2006

Fourth-largest US operator may finally let the 3G cat out of the bag

Selling Telco TV: You Got $99?
News Analysis | 10/5/2006

Verizon sells basics like reliability; AT&T plays up the fancy IP features; but everybody, for now, must sell on price

Blood Feud
Craig's A-List | 10/5/2006

Get out the popcorn for Broadcom vs. Qualcomm

Ikanos Catches VDSL Blues
News Analysis | 10/5/2006

As Asian business mysteriously disappears, forecasts of a bad Q3 and a worse Q4 pulverize the stock by 30%

BT Launches Web Communications Hub
News Analysis | 10/5/2006

UK incumbent launches a Web-based place to keep your contacts and launch just about any kind of communication service

Too Much Info
Light Ranting | 10/5/2006

Wifitti cafes are here – run for the hills

Globalcomm & TelecomNext Rejoin Forces
News Analysis | 10/4/2006

The feud is over: Make way for NXTcomm!

Wi Oh Wi?
Jonestown | 10/4/2006

Confusion ahead in the wireless tech name game

Patient Care Goes WiFi
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/4/2006

Austin startup offers wireless med chart application to harried physicians

3Com's Second Wave Switch
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/4/2006

3Com, along with others, take a second run at unifying wired and wireless networks

Mobile-8 Plans November IPO
News Analysis | 10/4/2006

Indonesian 3G mobile operator set for an initial public offering of stock between November 22-24

Mobile-8 Plans November IPO
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/4/2006

Indonesian 3G mobile operator set for an initial public offering of stock between November 22-24

What's-Next-Comm?
The Philter | 10/4/2006

Is the TIA and USTelecom feud over?

Huawei Signs Up Former BT Guru
News Analysis | 10/4/2006

Mick Reeve, an influential figure behind BT's 21CN developments, joins Huawei's advisory team

Google Takes WiFi Plan to the 'Hood
News Analysis | 10/4/2006

Google/EarthLink duo took its muni WiFi case to the people of San Francisco Tuesday night

What Will Play in the 700 MHz Band?
News Analysis | 10/4/2006

The wireless data equivalent of beachfront property will come available in 2009 and the FCC must decide what to do with it

The IM That Ate Congress
The Martin Chronicles | 10/3/2006

Yes, Mr. Speaker, there is a 'Save' function

Unified Switches: Get Ready
Nearpoints | 10/3/2006

The WLAN switch is dead. Long live the unified switch

Staying En-Touch With Reality on Fiber
BroadBananas | 10/3/2006

While IPTV and VOIP are all the rage these days, it is traditional-style phone and digital cable TV that continue to bring home the bacon.

Motorola Unveils New SIP-Based E-MTAs
LR Cable News Analysis | 10/3/2006

The new SIP-equipped voice modems will let cable operators support such much-anticipated applications as dual-mode mobile phones.

Choose a Network, Any Network
Cutting Loose | 10/3/2006

Dense urban overlays offer promise, headaches

Megasoft Buys VisualSoft
News Analysis | 10/3/2006

Indian software and services firm acquires VisualSoft Technologies to build its telecom outsourcing business

FTS Serves Up a Policy Platform
News Analysis | 10/3/2006

FTS expands into the policy management market with a platform that marries business rules with service and network policy control

Nokia Readies Bluetooth Buster
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/3/2006

World's No. 1 cellphone maker says new short-range spec delivers longer battery life UPDATED 10/04 11:45 AM

Mintera Mints Another $10M
News Analysis | 10/3/2006

A little extra cash will help the OC768 startup get its updated product out this year

Size Matters in 3G Wireless
LR Mobile Column | 10/3/2006

A long-overdue consolidation wave is now crashing through the mobile network equipment sector. What's the impact?

Lying for Dollars
The Martin Chronicles | 10/3/2006

Bloggers rejoice! Now you can get paid for shilling

Intel/Nokia Deal Gets Mixed Reactions
News Analysis | 10/3/2006

Partnership aims to embed a Nokia HSDPA module in Intel's platform for notebooks

Cisco Tunes In With Cognio
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/3/2006

Partnership provides users with more information about what's going on in their WiFi network airspace

Feeling Less Marvell-ous
News Analysis | 10/3/2006

A Q3 shortfall and earnings restatements to come: It could be a bad day for chip vendor Marvell

Reva Racks Up $13.5M
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/3/2006

RFID startup brings in Cisco and SAP to bolster its storage story

Everybody Dies
The Philter | 10/2/2006

Silly, rabbit! Nukes are for kids

BelAir Builds War Chest
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/2/2006

Startup grabs $21.4 million in VC funding as it prepares for carrier-driven municipal mesh market

Intel/Nokia Deal Gets Mixed Reactions
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/2/2006

Partnership aims to embed a Nokia HSDPA module in Intel's platform for notebooks

Vyatta Vaunts Open Source Router
News Analysis | 10/2/2006

The open source routing software supplier is now packaging its code and selling hardware, too

Texas Saves the Children
Monkey Bidness | 10/2/2006

Can we please give it back to Mexico?

How Boring Is This?
Light Ranting | 10/2/2006

Good marketing or awful? You make the call

Does Deutsche Telekom Want BT's Boss?
News Analysis | 10/2/2006

With DT's CEO under pressure, speculation emerges that the German carrier's supervisory committee is eyeing BT's chief exec

Verizon's Smokin' RAZR
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/2/2006

Jostles for attention with FMC security and faster 3G cards in the weekly new-product roundup

Cisco's New Look
Craig's A-List | 10/2/2006

Hey, it's better than an ox

India Prepares for 3G Rollout
News Analysis | 10/2/2006

Indian mobile operators gear up for 3G, as regulator issues recommendations for spectrum allocation

JDSU, Emcore Sue Optium
News Analysis | 10/2/2006

As Optium prepares for its IPO, it gets hit by a patent suit

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