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Where's Matty?
EuroBlog | 6/7/2010

12:50 PM Matt Bross has become Huawei's invisible man

Polycom Ups Telepresence Ante
News Analysis | 6/7/2010

New support for standard compression cuts bandwidth required for HD video; new platform makes immersive telepresence more flexible

Awaiting the iPhone
Jonestown | 6/7/2010

11:15 AM What are you hoping for with the likely new arrival from Apple today?

Telcordia Crashes Crowded Policy Party
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/7/2010

Telcordia unveils its Bandwidth Manager, a policy control-based tool designed to help wireless operators manage and monetize data services

Reliance Lines Up Stake Sale
News Analysis | 6/7/2010

With AT&T linked to a potential investment, Reliance Comm's board approves equity stake sale, and encourages other M&A activities

LTE Watch: Verizon Pushes Ahead With Rural Plans
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/4/2010

The carrier looks for partners with towers and backhaul capabilities; meanwhile, a 4G app helps the 'cooking chief'

Tellabs Feels the AT&T Squeeze
Craig's A-List | 6/4/2010

4:05 PM It's been a down week

Cable Would Be Apple's Obvious TV Partner
LR Cable News Analysis | 6/4/2010

Depending on whom you believe, Apple could soon unveil an updated cloud-based Apple TV product, and operators like Comcast will want in

Sprint's EVO Launch Creates Buzz & Mixed Crowds
Slide Shows | 6/4/2010

Sprint's first WiMax smartphone hit stores today to mixed crowds and a sales systems hiccup UPDATED 8:30PM

Romania Returns From Wilderness Year
News Analysis | 6/4/2010

Its telecom market took a hammering in 2009, but Romania will provide growth opportunities in coming years, finds a new report from Pyramid Research

FT: We're Committed to Switzerland
News Analysis | 6/4/2010

Its merger plans may be in tatters, but France Telecom says it isn't giving up on the Swiss market

Revolutionizing Service Testing
Video Resources | 6/4/2010

EtherSAM, an Ethernet service testing methodology based on ITU-T Y.156sam, is the only one adapted to today's mobile backhaul, commercial and wholesale services. It allows turning up and troubleshooting services eight times faster with 100% accuracy.

Facebook's PR Crisis
Contentinople | 6/4/2010

10:00 AM The privacy policy disaster has even become ammunition in a political attack ad

BT Staff to Vote on Strike
EuroBlog | 6/4/2010

9:30 AM UK incumbent faces industrial action

PSA: Step Away From the Shrek Glass
Monkey Bidness | 6/4/2010

8:55 AM It'll make you look like him

BillShrink: AT&T Data Caps Mean Paying Twice
Que Sera Sarah | 6/3/2010

5:10 PM BillShrink concludes that AT&T's new data caps will hurt wireless users, especially if they're iPhone owners

Can FiOS Leapfrog Cable – on Voice Service?
News Analysis | 6/3/2010

New digital voice offering represents true IP convergence for FiOS services, but it isn't IMS-based

Indian Reprieve for Chinese Vendors
AsiaBlog | 6/3/2010

2:25 PM But purchase orders still require clearance

TeliaSonera: LTE Handsets Early Next Year
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/3/2010

The world's first LTE operator is expecting to get next-gen capable phones early in 2011, the operator's head of R&D says at a Light Reading virtual event

Holiday Plans in Ruins
EuroBlog | 6/3/2010

12:55 PM EC ruling on BT's FTTx network will ruin others' holiday plans

Android Gets a Prepaid Boost
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/3/2010

Boost Mobile gets its first Android device; Nokia inks a deal with T-Mobile; Sprint's EVO 4G gets hyped

VZ Denies iPhone Plans
Contentinople | 6/3/2010

9:20 AM Verizon spokesman says it has 'no plans' for the iPhone, but other reports differ

Telx Adds an Ethernet Exchange
News Analysis | 6/3/2010

The US-based collocation specialist will be hooking up carriers' Ethernet services, too, becoming the fourth exchange announced and, it says, the largest

Big Cable: Same Networks, Different Data Plans
LR Cable News Analysis | 6/2/2010

Following news of AT&T's data caps, it's worth looking to see how big cable resellers of Clearwire view all-you-can-eat mobile data plans

Capping the Data Gusher
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/2/2010

News and views from LR Mobile and beyond on AT&T's major move in data pricing

VC Focus Turns Away From Chips, Systems
News Analysis | 6/2/2010

Morgenthaler, a firm long involved in telecom startups, wants to invest in services and applications, not hardware. It's not alone, either

Mobile TV Competes in World Cup
Que Sera Sarah | 6/2/2010

5:20 PM The World Cup won’t just pick a winner for soccer, but also for network coverage and mobile TV viability

DeMuth Not Leaving Telecom...Yet
News Analysis | 6/2/2010

SureWest CTO retiring from the company but will likely be back in action as telecom innovator

LINX Wants Its 100G
Craig's A-List | 6/2/2010

4:50 PM Brocade might even skip 40G to get it to them, and to other exchanges

5 Mobile Apps That Bust Data Caps
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/2/2010

New AT&T customers will be paying per megabyte of data; here are the apps that could push them over their monthly limit

India: M&A Hotbed
AsiaBlog | 6/2/2010

1:00 PM Reliance is at the heart of India's M&A speculation

'All You Can Eat' Is Off the Menu
Wireless Bits | 6/2/2010

12:25 PM Pyramid Research outlines options to unlimited mobile data plans

AT&T's Data Caps
The Philter | 6/2/2010

12:15 PM Why applaud AT&T's mobile data caps? Most people will pay less for data, and video services on specialized networks might catch on

LTE Virtual Event
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes | 6/2/2010

TeliaSonera to discuss the world's first LTE network deployment

Bye, Bye Unlimited iPad Data Plan
Jonestown | 6/2/2010

11:20 AM Could AT&T's new plans cause a run on iPads in the next few days?

Telefónica Ups Its Vivo Offer
EuroBlog | 6/2/2010

11:10 AM Finds spare €800 million down the back of its sofa

AT&T Intros Mobile Data Caps
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/2/2010

New smartphone users lose access to unlimited data use offer as AT&T looks to ease pressure on its network

AT&T's 3G Femtocells Now in More US Cities
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/2/2010

AT&T's microcells come to NYC, Chicago, San Francisco, and parts of Texas

Cisco: Video Traffic Set to Dominate Internet
News Analysis | 6/2/2010

Video traffic will exceed peer-to-peer traffic for the first time later this year, according to annual Cisco Visual Network Index

India's 3G Players Face Share Issue
News Analysis | 6/2/2010

With billions spent on 3G spectrum, India's operators will look to ride each others' networks – but will that include spectrum sharing?

The Femto X Factor
Wireless Bits | 6/1/2010

5:45 PM Light Reading Mobile's Simon Cowell moment

The New Genband: Day One
News Analysis | 6/1/2010

CEO Vogt says he expects the firm to dominate the next-gen VoIP switching market and sees Genband hitting $800M in revenue this year

Sympathy for the Carrier
Jonestown | 6/1/2010

5:10 PM Please allow me to introduce myself...

Mobile VoIP Not a Game Changer
Que Sera Sarah | 6/1/2010

4:35 PM VoIP won’t revolutionize mobile phones if it won’t save users money, analyst says

What's AT&T Getting From Skype?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/1/2010

AT&T lets Skype run over the top of its 3G network, but it should get more out of its deal with the VoIP kingpin, analyst says

Cloud Watch: HP to Cut 9,000
News Analysis | 6/1/2010

Stuff from Voltaire, too, but HP's $1B in restructuring charges through 2013 leads the news pack

AT&T Gets Serious About Innovation
News Analysis | 6/1/2010

CTO uses interactive portal, financial incentives, and internal VC review committee to spark new ideas from within old bureaucracy

'Shoot Us, Please!'
Monkey Bidness | 6/1/2010

NOON Mag subscribers asked to show some tough love

International Sales Push iPad Over 2M Mark
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/1/2010

The 3G bandwidth question for the new tablet is still up in the air

NSN Hires a CTO
News Analysis | 6/1/2010

Nokia Siemens Networks nabs BT exec to take senior technology role

Another iPad Challenger
Contentinople | 6/1/2010

9:45 AM Netbook king AsusTek unveils the Eee Pad. No, it's not an adult diaper

China's Triple-Play Shift
AsiaBlog | 6/1/2010

7:30 AM 'One pipe, all services' is the new mantra

More MSOs Back Comcast's Big Box Project
LR Cable News Analysis | 6/1/2010

Cablevision, Cox, Charter, Liberty Global, and Rogers are among those helping out with the evolving Converged Multiservice Access Platform (CMAP) specs

Huawei's Latest US Offensive
AsiaBlog | 6/1/2010

6:55 AM Seeks help from former Bush advisor

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