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Monkey Bidness | 7/6/2006

It's so haaaaaard!

Newport Sinks & Shrinks
News Analysis | 7/6/2006

SBC vendor's share price slumps following trading update that tells of contract delays and tiny revenues

CableCard Failures Spark Spat
News Analysis | 7/6/2006

Cable and consumer electronics industries are blaming each other for faulty installations

UK Cable Going Mobile, Like a Virgin
BroadBananas | 7/6/2006

NTL, the UK's largest cable operator, completed its acquisition of Virgin Mobile yesterday. The deal offers a quick way for NTL, a mobile virgin in its own right, to quickly penetrate (pardon the expression) the wireless market.

Vonage Peer Makes a Fine Whine
News Analysis | 7/5/2006

8x8 CEO Martin sends an open letter to investors saying that his company's stock price has suffered unfairly from IPO

World Cup Lookalikes
Light Ranting | 7/5/2006

Recognize somebody?

Palm v RIM Gets Hot
The Martin Chronicles | 7/5/2006

Wall Street starts to get what IT pros are seeing about the new Treos

Marvell Joins Options Fun
News Analysis | 7/5/2006

The chip company becomes the latest under fire for stock-options practices

Mobile WiMax Takes Fixed Field
News Analysis | 7/5/2006

More and more WiMax companies acknowledge that 802.16e – the standard often called 'mobile WiMax' – is in demand for fixed deployments

Mobile WiMax Takes Fixed Field
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/5/2006

More and more WiMax companies acknowledge that 802.16e – the standard often called 'mobile WiMax' – is in demand for fixed deployments

Is That a Cell Phone in Your Pocket?
Cutting Loose | 7/5/2006

The marketing of mobile devices takes a more fashionable and, err... warmer turn

No 'Buy' From Vonage Bankers
News Analysis | 7/5/2006

Citigroup and UBS have initiated coverage on Vonage, and the report cards ain't pretty

Mavenir Converges on $13M
News Analysis | 7/5/2006

Stealth mode startup Mavenir Systems has $13M in its wallet and may have pocketed a senior Alcatel executive

Basil Alwan, President of Alcatel's IP Division
LRTV Interviews | 7/5/2006

Alcatel's Basil Alwan talks about the importance of edge routing technology, market share, and design as carriers scale their networks to include video applications at every level

Citel Raises $15M, Sets for IPO
News Analysis | 7/5/2006

VOIP systems player that offers an alternative to Cisco is set to join London's AIM market next week

Newbies vs. Geeks
Nearpoints | 7/5/2006

The eternal challenge

Security Still Key WLAN Concern
LR Mobile News Analysis | 7/5/2006

64 percent of businesses intend to increase WLAN deployment during the next 12 months, according to analyst firm

Transcorp Wins Auction for Ailing Nitel
News Analysis | 7/4/2006

Nigerian conglomerate Transcorp has put in the winning bid for ailing public telco Nitel, offering $750M for a 75% stake

Chunghwa Plans $4B NGN
News Analysis | 7/4/2006

Taiwan's national carrier is set to invest up to $4 billion to migrate to an all-IP network over the next seven years

ZTE Warns on Profits
News Analysis | 7/4/2006

Chinese vendor's stock dips as it warns of lower profits for the first half of 2006

Bell-DBS Alliance Still Means Trouble
Cable Guy | 7/4/2006

Who needs IPTV when you've already got satellite TV? Not Verizon. Nor AT&T nor BellSouth nor Qwest for that matter.

Video Site Cheat Sheet II
The Philter | 7/4/2006

More sites. More info. Same lovable blog

Millicom Abandons Sale, Stock Plunges
News Analysis | 7/3/2006

Emerging markets carrier's stock plummets over 25% as it walks away from takeover talks

Europe's Abuzz With Broadband Buyouts
News Analysis | 7/3/2006

Speculation is rife about the sale of British broadband assets, while cable operator consolidation in the Netherlands looks likely

Redback in Options Probe
News Analysis | 7/3/2006

Redback is the latest telecom vendor to get a call from the authorities concerning its stock option history

Arris, Redback Top Merger Scorecard
News Analysis | 7/3/2006

Not atop the list: Tellabs and Nortel, at least by one analyst's reckoning

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