We can't all be Internet stars, Father
CEO Mike Zafirovski says Nortel is ready to grow through M&A as well as by increasing sales, and forecasts stronger revenues for H2
A 45 percent surge in revenues helped the digital video specialist swing to a profit in the second quarter
Nearly a dozen potential buyers passed on ECI before it was scooped up by Swarth Investments
The Verizon FiOS Yankees!
Broadband-powered TV devices are proliferating, but will consumers be savvy enough to know what they've got, let alone tap in to it?
Want great DSL speeds? Then camp on top of a local exchange, says BT
Bow before us, mortals!
After just one quarter of reported operations Nokia Siemens Networks faces a strategy overhaul and further layoffs
Nortel disappoints with its second-quarter financials as revenues fall, even accounting for the sale of the 3G access unit
In its first quarter of operations newly-formed giant vendor Nokia Siemens Networks reports a major operating loss
The company hopes to get a fresh start from a new COO and the pending completion of options restatements
Growth in emerging markets and domestic broadband, plus a tax break, helped France Telecom achieve a 41% leap in net income in H1
The deal to take Bell Canada private still faces a few risks
Shares perk up as Nasdaq decides to stop sending delisting messages to Sycamore
Carrius was hilarious. But AppTrigger is going to be bigger
A fourth round of funding brings the startup's total to $98M and kicks its valuation that much higher
Time Warner Cable confirmed it will be among the bidders for the balance of Insight Communications
Sprint withdraws from a spectrum bidding consortium with major MSOs, says decision has no bearing on the 'Pivot' joint venture
And everybody seems happy with 'open access' rules
Company claims small- and mid-sized cable ops can enjoy the riches of local ad insertion without breaking the bank on equipment costs
The telco is not high on its one-year waiver for high-end set-tops
Qwest doubled profits but still fell short of analyst expectations
Analyst sees Tellabs as likely CACS buyer
Just add some accounting magic, and Infinera's numbers look a lot more like an enterprise software vendor than a big box maker
Cramer's not French, is he?
Search giant's site lists 81 wireless-related vacancies, most notably a head of mobile business development for the US
Israeli vendor confirms the lack of any rival bidders and meets expectations with its Q2 financials ahead of its takeover
Struggling session border controller vendor has almost run out of money and is looking for more cash to help it work on some prospects