Sweden's Xelerated delivers the first part of its 40-Gbit/s network processor package: the development tools
Despite the hype, in the world's first test of 2-Gbit/s FC switches, only QLogic produced the goods
Israeli startup plans demo of 'first 10-Gbit/s all-optical wavelength converter' at OFC
The US Supreme Court ruling keeps broadband cable regulation in the hands of the FCC
Who'll catch the next wave of spending? The Optical Oracle identifies who's ready -- and who's not
Telecom veteran Dave Orr to replace Arun Bellary as Metro-Optix's president and CEO
Telseon secures $20 million in funding and says it expects to break even in 2002
Despite the risks, this defiant startup says 20 customers and a solid business plan proves it's on the right track
Juniper's short-term outlook is still ugly, but management sees a rosy future -- UPDATED 7:30 PM
All-optical networking was supposed to revolutionize telecom, but when will the promise be fulfilled?
The company's got a fresh range of charges coming, and guidance goes down
GigX, a Houston-based carrier's carrier, picks ADVA for strategic wavelength services -- and unpicks Sorrento
What's the impetus behind Telica landing $60 million in third-round funding? People that buy the stuff
Startup says all-optical amp will be designed to lower both operational and capital costs
Sarnoff spinout Lamina Ceramics secures $12 million for its ceramic-on-metal optoelectronics packaging process
The head of a well backed long-haul startup says last week's 7 percent layoff was unrelated to financing plans
Unisphere emphasizes its dedication to edge routing by introducing a speedier chip
For big companies buying promising startups, keeping the top execs can be a gamble
Shares up on Needham upgrade, one week after CSFB’s blessing, as FNSR rally gains momentum
OptiMight is still trying to clear matters with creditors while paving the way for new funding
Could it be time for -- 3G?
Juniper is set to announce Lloyd Carney as new chief operating officer UPDATED 4:50 PM
With the hiring of a new CEO, top Lucent execs are guaranteed millions of dollars in bonuses
A cool components startup has popped up in Singapore with 3 shipping products, 100 staff, and its own fab plant
The hot, young startup is already going through growing pains. Is Procket respinning its strategy?
Report says planar waveguide circuits will show 40 percent growth rates through 2006
Cisco's CEO talks about market-share and acquisitions. But who'll they buy, and where's the next growth?
Its $25 million purchase of Silicon Packets gets it closer to being a one stop shop for line card chips
Cisco's getting more judicious about acquisitions, says CEO Chambers. What's changed?
Despite the market perking up a bit, experts expect only a few IPOs and cheap acquisitions in 2002
Lucent Stands Pat – R. Scott Raynovich
Well... Euros, anyway. The optical switch maker looks close to a deal with Deutsche Telekom
EZChip and Fast-Chip deliver 10-gigabit network processor designs to foundries
NetScreen's new products take security to a new level, tackling both the service provider and enterprise market
Meet the new boss: Patricia Russo, an ex-Lucent exec who left under the reign of Rich McGinn, returns
Former Avici CEO, Panditi heads for what he hopes is another IPO as CEO of softswitch maker Convergent
Joins PMC-Sierra in unveiling Ethernet-over-Sonet mapper chips
Corning's reopening of two fiber production facilities doesn't mean the fiber glut is over -- UPDATED 4:30 PM
Startup cuts jobs in order to eke out cash reserves through 2002
Riverstone scores another huge deal in Asia, but where are the U.S. wins?
A portfolio of 27 companies goes for about $100 million. Experts call Lucent's sale of internal VC group 'unique'
Analyst Paul Sagawa sees light at the end of the capital spending tunnel
Finisar is one of the leading gainers as Wall Street optimism grows
Bondholders and investors face off as McLeod misses an interest payment and inches toward bankruptcy
The reverse IPO planned by Cogent with Allied Riser is imminent. Can the new entity beat the clock?
OptiMight says it's lining up a big round of venture capital. But its creditors may have the last word
Executives jumped around a lot in 2001. Here's a recap of the most important moves for the year
The companies earmarked in this year's largest goodwill writedowns were the ones Nortel bet biggest on
Lucent executives -- even those forced out -- are arguably the richest in the business