Alternative infrastructure startups could be left with slim pickings in contract battle with big boys
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Optical networking is on a wee upturn, as older gear falls out and carriers open the wallets for newer stuff
We debut our new research service with the largest analytical survey of MSPPs ever undertaken
It's D-Day on the WLAN front, as wired incumbent Extreme is preparing to ship first WLAN products this month
Big Blue drops its search-engine ambitions, selling its only two chip designs to IDT
Thirty-three investors have poured over $70 million cash into Corvis. Is it a good deal?
Korean W-CDMA deal gives wireless router startup a lead on rivals
Xtera, fresh from a $30M round, hopes metro gear will keep customers happy 'til long-haul sales return
Canadian firm has announced mostly international contracts this summer, with emphasis on Asia
France Telecom has its eyes on a healthier slice of the Orange 'cash cow'
American Fiber Systems is going from wholesaling dark fiber to selling Ethernet services. Can it work?
Our weekly WorldCom wrap sees the carrier accept 78 corporate rules and face charges in Oklahoma
Wireless LAN vendor looks to tempt small enterprise customers with VOIP enhancements to its access points
Founders of Redux will clash with their alma mater as both produce chips for TDM over IP