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Nokia Siemens Bags OSS Smarts
News Analysis | 5/6/2009

Nokia Siemens Networks bolsters its management capabilities by striking a deal to integrate EMC's Smarts IP-aware software into its NetAct OSS

Docsis Device Shipments Drop in 2008
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes | 5/6/2009

For likely the first time in cable history, worldwide Docsis device shipments fell last year, following a sharp slump in Q4

Koreans Take Cable IPTV for a Spin
The Bauminator | 5/5/2009

4:50 PM LG Powercom is the first to deploy BigBand's 'vIP PASS' platform

Silverlight & Flash Battle
Contentinople | 5/5/2009

4:15 PM Adobe and Microsoft face off in the Web video segment

RIM CEO: We're Already Working on Sequel to Storm
LR Mobile News Analysis | 5/5/2009

The BlackBerry maker said touch-based devices could play a key role in its push for the large and untapped mainstream market

NSN Blames Flu for Meeting Delay
News Analysis | 5/5/2009

Cough! Cough! Analysts expected to descend on Dallas-Fort Worth in two weeks have been told to stay home

OSS Crew Tackles Costs, Service Creation
News Analysis | 5/5/2009

When the going gets tough, the TeleManagement Forum convenes a high-level brainstorming session to come up with some answers

Charter Ready to Rock the Vote
The Bauminator | 5/5/2009

2:15 PM Court gives MSO the green light to start soliciting votes for the big reorg, but it's not out of the financial woods yet

Ericsson, NSN Brace for Chinese Price Wars
News Analysis | 5/5/2009

China Mobile's $1.26B Phase III TD-SCDMA tender could spark fierce price competition amongst vendors

Cox Faces FiOS in Fairfax, Fredericksburg
LR Cable News Analysis | 5/5/2009

MSO picks a Verizon FiOS battleground for its next launch of a 50-Mbit/s service

Harmonic Q1 Sales Dip
LR Cable News Analysis | 5/5/2009

Digital video firm says customers continued cautious spending in the first quarter, but is confident that the bottom has been reached

Hard Times for Alcatel-Lucent
News Analysis | 5/5/2009

As first-quarter sales dip sharply and losses grow, CEO Ben Verwaayen says he's taking the appropriate action

Ciena Sending 100GE Live
News Analysis | 5/5/2009

People keep saying 'financial' companies need 100-Gig right away. The NYSE apparently wants to prove it

Last Call
The Philter | 5/4/2009

6:00 PM Eslambolchi's Law, Twitter fight, Google gets my goat, and ZTE heads west

DirecTV to Spin Off, Gain Weight
LR Cable News Analysis | 5/4/2009

DirecTV will have more freedom by having less to do with Liberty

Sprint Goes Low
Jonestown | 5/4/2009

3:35 PM Does Sprint's $50 Boost signal the future for the company? Or is it merely a sign or the times?

Sprint's Mixed Message for Q1
LR Mobile News Analysis | 5/4/2009

Pay-as-you-go uptake provides the sugar coating for another bitter pill of monthly subs losses during Q1 for Sprint Nextel

Actiontec Covers Its Bases
The Bauminator | 5/4/2009

11:55 AM Vendor thinks outside the set-top box with media adapters based on HomePNA and MoCA

Cable IPTV Debate Brews
LR Cable News Analysis | 5/4/2009

Vendors are clashing over architectures that they think are best suited to help cable MSOs deliver IP-based video services

Superstitious Nonsense
Monkey Bidness | 5/4/2009

7:35 AM Teach your children well

ZTE Unveils New 'Western' Division
News Analysis | 5/4/2009

ZTE promises lots of action from its new US- and Europe-focused unit, Division IV, located in Paris

MetroPCS Gets to Work on LTE Phones
LR Mobile News Analysis | 5/1/2009

The carrier says it plans to offer more smartphones, likely with a high-end mobile browser to take advantage of LTE

BT Slows Down 21CN, Scraps Converged Service
News Analysis | 5/1/2009

BT slows down its 21CN next-generation rollout and withdraws an initial converged service, but denies the project has been suspended

Netronome Reigniting Intel's IXP
News Analysis | 5/1/2009

Two years after Intel gave up on its network processor, Netronome is giving the chips new juice in hopes of preserving a market-share lead

Susan Boyle Dominates!
Contentinople | 5/1/2009

4:20 PM Clips from Britain's Got Talent took the Web by storm in April

Acme Edges Into the Enterprise
News Analysis | 5/1/2009

Covergence acquisition gives Acme a $6M a year business selling session border controllers to enterprise branch offices

K.I.S.S. My App!
The Bauminator | 5/1/2009

12:35 PM Digeo's hi-def user interface may look cool, but some early reviewers have found it too complex

NetLogic Seeks Search
Craig's A-List | 5/1/2009

7:40 AM For $90M, NetLogic fattens up on search engines. Google isn't exactly worried

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