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Savvis: Safe for Now
News Analysis | 7/5/2002

Savvis just raised an additional $20M, showing the importance of a focused strategy during a downturn

RBOCs 'Losing on Long Distance'
News Analysis | 7/5/2002

Report says they're winning lots of customers that nobody else wants

Xposing Xponent Photonics
News Analysis | 7/4/2002

Psst, it's a secret -- the old Ortel gang has got back together again, making lasers and receivers

Optical Companies Extend Holidays
News Analysis | 7/4/2002

Some optical companies are extending the US and Canadian holidays this week to cut back on operational costs

Convergys Wins Fire Sale Bid
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/4/2002

Billing specialist pips ADC to buy up TelesensKSCL assets, including mobile operator client list

GSM Gets a Security Boost
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/4/2002

Stronger algorithm ties in with next-generation security, quelling authorities' fears of hacker breakthrough

Dude, Where's My Phone?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/4/2002

Virgin and BeVocal find the lowest common denominator for the teen wireless market

Top 10 Mobile Mishaps
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/4/2002

Dropping your mobile down the toilet only comes in at number five in U.K. mishaps

3 at Last, 3 at Laaast!
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/3/2002

Love the '3' but hate the 'G'? Hutchison Whampoa's got you covered

Lucent Dumps Enterprise Services
News Analysis | 7/3/2002

Lucent has sold its enterprise service business in an effort to focus on service-provider customers

SMS Hits 1B Mark in US
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/3/2002

America's leading SMS services company has reached 1 billion text messages a month but isn't holding its breath for MMS

Swiss Cool to 3G Concession
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/3/2002

Decision to ease rollout timeline makes little difference or does not go far enough, say UMTS license-holders

Redback's Wireless Past
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/3/2002

An old lawsuit reveals that Redback has been staking out the wireless equipment space for several years

Redback's Wireless Past
News Analysis | 7/3/2002

An old lawsuit reveals that Redback has been staking out the wireless equipment space for several years

Verizon Embraces Packet Voice
News Analysis | 7/3/2002

Verizon, using Nortel equipment, moves toward 'widespread' deployment of packet switches for its voice networks

Sidgmore's Last Stand
News Analysis | 7/2/2002

New WorldCom CEO fingers former execs for the company's woes, but says new team can right the ship

Lucent Dabbles in IP Services
News Analysis | 7/2/2002

Lucent announced availability of its new IP Service router, raising questions about its strategy in the edge-router market

Tahoe Confirms Cutbacks
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/2/2002

Next-gen PDSN contender cuts staff but says it will have kit in customer networks by the end of the year

Procket's Got a Two-Pronged Plan
News Analysis | 7/2/2002

What's next for Procket? A source says it plans to sell to enterprise customers as well as service providers

Vodafone Explains as It Slides
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/2/2002

As global giant restates its rollout plans, market pressures drag stock price to four-year nadir

Why JDSU Bought Scion
News Analysis | 7/2/2002

Scion accidentally leaves its customer list lying around where Light Reading can find it

Doc Bans Mobile Phones
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/2/2002

'Waves give me a headache,' says WHO boss

KPNQwest Breaks Its Ebone
News Analysis | 7/2/2002

After buyout efforts fall apart, the Ebone portion of the KPNQwest network is shut down

WorldCom Wobbles On
News Analysis | 7/1/2002

WorldCom says it's reviewing financial statements as far back as 1999. What's left to find?

Optical Switch Test: Ready to Roll
News Analysis | 7/1/2002

Light Reading has won widespread support from carriers for its plans to test grooming switches

ADC Tunes Out
News Analysis | 7/1/2002

ADC confirms rumors that it will close its tunable laser division in Järfälla, Sweden

Too Dumb for WiFi?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/1/2002

These devices aren't stupid, they're just memory-constrained...

Dude, Where's My Revenues?
News Analysis | 7/1/2002

Tellium's stock was slammed after reporting it would only have $3 million in revenue for Q2 2002

J-Phone Tiptoes Towards 3G
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/1/2002

Vodafone's Japanese operator says its W-CDMA trial isn't worth announcing. With just 160 on board, it may have a point

France Is Roi of 3G Markets
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/1/2002

Report on Western European 3G says France has the best conditions for a successful UMTS market. C'est bon!

Crescent Angles for the Edge
News Analysis | 7/1/2002

Stealthy startup took on $24M in funding in April and says it's going after the edge routing market

Carrier Scandals: Who's Next?
News Analysis | 7/1/2002

WorldCom may be the largest accounting scandal in US history, but it won't be the last, observers say.

Wood, Cellphone, Silence
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/1/2002

Bad news for attention seekers -- scientists have developed a wood laminate that blocks mobile calls

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