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Azimuth Ramps Up
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/22/2004

Gets $10.5M cash injection and eyes market expansion

DSL Forum: Let's Aim for 1B Users
News Analysis | 9/22/2004

The DSL Forum is figuring out how to truly take broadband to the masses

Wired, Meet Wireless
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/22/2004

“Convergence” dominates at Light Reading’s 2004 telecom executive summit

Executives Converge on Convergence
News Analysis | 9/22/2004

Execs at LR's Links 2004 Executive Summit agree: Converging networks is the next big thing

ZTE Lands OTE DSL Deal
News Analysis | 9/22/2004

Expands its Olympic relationship with a broader DSLAM deal

Euro-PacketCable Multimedia Certification Starts in January
BroadBananas | 9/21/2004

The Euro-Cable Certification Board announced it plans to start Euro-PacketCable Multimedia certification in January 2005.

Tekelec Connects With VocalData
News Analysis | 9/21/2004

The buying binge continues as Tekelec grabs the Texas-based provider of VOIP applications

VOIP Fans Raise Regulatory Issues
News Analysis | 9/21/2004

Panelists at Links 2004 Executive Summit say FCC needs to take a closer look at VOIP regulatory questions

Vendors Claim DSLAM Breakthrough
News Analysis | 9/21/2004

Alcatel and Fujitsu target triple-play hopefuls with their new DSLAMs at Broadband World Forum in Italy

Provigent Eyes BWA Vendors
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/21/2004

Chipset startup emerges from stealth mode

Springer Mourns for the Middle Class
News Analysis | 9/21/2004

At Links 2004 Executive Summit, the host of TV's most controversial show defends his constituents

FTTH: Back to the Future
News Analysis | 9/21/2004

Panelists at Links 2004 agree fiber buildouts would be a good thing -- if only consumers needed them

Siemens Converges in Venice
News Analysis | 9/21/2004

German vendor rolls into the Broadband World Forum with its convergence plan

Ellacoya and CableMatrix Land Venture Funding
BroadBananas | 9/20/2004

Two start-ups playing in the PacketCable Multimedia space -- Ellacoya Networks and CableMatrix -- landed new venture funding.

Flarion & Friends Get Gov't Gig
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/20/2004

Vendors behind first national wireless public safety pilot revealed

IBM's WLAN Two-fer
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/20/2004

Are both Airespace and Aruba diving into the Big Blue?

Alcatel to Tango With Datang?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/20/2004

Chinese 3G ambitions raise prospect of TD-SCDMA partnership

P-Cube: We Can Kill Zombies
News Analysis | 9/20/2004

P-Cube intros application to detect and quarantine infected PCs launching zombie attacks

Ellacoya Stands Alone
News Analysis | 9/20/2004

With $7M more in the bank, the traffic-managing startup hopes to stand up against Cisco and P-Cube

General Bandwidth Drafts New CEO
News Analysis | 9/20/2004

Charlie Vogt, known for his Taqua turnaround, has taken top job at General Bandwidth

Report: MSOs Scoring With VOIP
News Analysis | 9/20/2004

Cable operators are eyeing mobile VOIP services and more subscribers in the years ahead

Rough Week for AFC
News Analysis | 9/17/2004

Rumors erupt on AFC/Verizon FTTP contract; Verizon says it will add second source; Tellabs says deal is on

Alcatel in M&A Frenzy
News Analysis | 9/17/2004

It's Va Va Voom on Vendredi for Alcatel as it buys two SIP system vendors and sells its power systems unit

OSSs Need Convergence, Too
News Analysis | 9/17/2004

The shift to converged networks means a chance to converge network management, but it won't be easy

Alcatel Lands Spatial for $250M
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/17/2004

French giant buys its way into next-gen mobile core network with $250 million acquisition of Spatial Wireless

C&W Has $150M Broadband Plan
News Analysis | 9/17/2004

UK operator to ramp up its local loop unbundling program, with Alcatel well placed to benefit

Arieso Shouts Off
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/17/2004

Startup makes bold claims over 3G network savings in effort to attract first deal

Bandwidth9 Gets a Hand
News Analysis | 9/17/2004

Reportedly making progress on its VCSELs, Bandwidth9 stays afloat with a loan from NeoPhotonics

Airespace Services IBM
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/16/2004

Airespace has signed another big-name partner

Radware/F5 Cookie Lawsuit Crumbles
News Analysis | 9/16/2004

Two companies have patched up their 18-month patent differences

Nortel Sees Light Revenues
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/16/2004

Company drops another grenade: Q3 revenues are going to be light, its growth may trail the market

Ericsson Waits on WiMax
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/16/2004

Swedish giant remains in no hurry to commit to market forum

Nortel Sees Light Revenues, Slow Growth
News Analysis | 9/16/2004

Company drops another grenade: Q3 revenues are going to be light, its growth may trail the market

Euro VOIP Gets Edgy
News Analysis | 9/16/2004

Increasing action in the Class 5 replacement market, as Sonus sees RFPs and Ericsson revs its Engine in Egypt

Bottleneck Blowout
Column | 9/16/2004

Next-gen DSL technologies like ADSL2+ and VDSL can help operators bypass access bottlenecks – on the cheap

Cisco Leads Fight for Options
News Analysis | 9/16/2004

Cisco and other companies offer regulators an alternative way to expense options

AirMagnet Finds Finisar
News Analysis | 9/16/2004

Sniffer startup has a totally wired new partner

Backbone Bandwidth Prices Keep Falling
News Analysis | 9/16/2004

But consolidation and consistent traffic growth have sustained carrier revenues, says Telegeography

AirMagnet Finds Finisar
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/15/2004

Sniffer startup has a totally wired new partner

Carriers Want Cheaper Asian Biz
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/15/2004

Carriers all over gripe: Asia's incumbents are charging too much to come in and compete

Carriers Prep DSL Wave Part II
News Analysis | 9/15/2004

All the talk of fiber to the home is nice, but DSL's low cost makes it the more immediate choice for carriers

Telcordia: Bye Bye Borden
News Analysis | 9/15/2004

Influential CEO of Granite Systems, Jay Borden, goes flying, literally, following acquisition by Telcordia

Verari Bags $13M
News Analysis | 9/15/2004

Startup gets another $13M to put its own spin on blade servers and clustering

Carriers Lobby for Asian Price Breaks
News Analysis | 9/15/2004

Carriers all over gripe: Asia's incumbents are charging too much to come in and compete

Swedes Sweet on Optical Startups
News Analysis | 9/15/2004

Swedish incubator aims to launch 20 new technology startups every year

Niche Chip Players Move Up the Stack
News Analysis | 9/14/2004

Cavium joins Hifn in producing a 'services processor,' leading to the possiblity of one-chip appliances

VOIP: King of New Services
News Analysis | 9/14/2004

Light Reading's NGS conference yields lots of chatter on VOIP, VOIP, and... VOIP

Qwest Quenches Fraud Probe
News Analysis | 9/14/2004

Carrier will pay $250 million to make SEC investigation go away

BT Pushes for Flexibility
News Analysis | 9/14/2004

Systems suppliers are finding it tough to be open and flexible in the shift to NGN, says BT bigwig

Moto Leans on Huawei
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/14/2004

Conducts research with Chinese vendor on core UMTS network kit

Czechs Czoose NetSpira
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/14/2004

Scores carrier deal in Eastern Europe to lead rival startups

Video Smokes in Amsterdam
News Analysis | 9/14/2004

Vendors battled for the carriers' attention at this year's IBC show, with Kasenna in particular making some noise

Cisco Drafts Dynamicsoft
News Analysis | 9/13/2004

SIP software vendor will add to Cisco's carrier VOIP capability

Fortinet Chases Carriers
News Analysis | 9/13/2004

New high-end security appliances put Fortinet in the Juniper/NetScreen league of chassis-based products

Lucent Closes on Cingular 3G
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/13/2004

Analyst report says first UMTS win is on the horizon

Lucent Joins WiMax Forum
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/13/2004

Incumbent takes low-profile approach to market commitment

Kagoor Lands Another $9M
News Analysis | 9/13/2004

New funding as session border controller vendor boosts customer support, looks to pull away from the pack

Cisco Takes Apps on Board
News Analysis | 9/13/2004

With three new enterprise platforms, Cisco makes security, VOIP, and other apps part of its routers

Force10 Goes Terabit
News Analysis | 9/13/2004

It's got a terabit-capacity switch/router with 672 GigE ports... but does the market need that much?

Telica/Lucent Combo Bags Oz Deal
News Analysis | 9/13/2004

Lucent notches up VOIP gear win at Telstra, where Ziggy and Mr. Pretty are upbeat on IP telephony

Caspian Adds P2P Punch
News Analysis | 9/10/2004

Not to be outdone by the Cisco/P-Cube duo, Caspian partners with upstart Cachelogic

Startups Cool on WMM
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/10/2004

Switch startups not leaping up and down about Wi-Fi Alliance's new VOWLAN-related test spec

Lucent Numbers Raise Pension Question
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/10/2004

Lucent's financials may have stabilized, but impact of reduced pension credits could whack margins

Lucent Numbers Raise Pension Question
News Analysis | 9/10/2004

Lucent's financials may have stabilized, but impact of reduced pension credits could whack margins

Intel Gets Passive on Optics
News Analysis | 9/10/2004

Deep in the labs, the chip giant is trying its hand at making photonics manufacturing cheaper

AOL Ambles Into VOIP
News Analysis | 9/10/2004

Online service starts testing consumer VOIP service as a way to hang onto customers

Microsoft IPTV: Now That's Italian!
News Analysis | 9/10/2004

Software giant lands major Euro carrier for IPTV trial as vendors converge on IBC2004 show

ICOA Swallows AuthDirect
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/9/2004

Hotspot provider buys one-time Cometa billing partner

Cisco Nabs NetSolve
News Analysis | 9/9/2004

Want Cisco to manage your IT infrastructure? The routing giant busts out its checkbook to enter the services space

Cluster's First Stand
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/9/2004

Network Chemistry claims it's first to use clustering techniques to scale WLANs

AT&T Edge Deployment Slips
News Analysis | 9/9/2004

Alcatel is a winner in AT&T's IP/MPLS build-out, but the bad news is that deployment is set back until 2005

CoSine Cuts to the Bone
News Analysis | 9/9/2004

While exploring 'strategic alternatives,' the company realizes it doesn't need its employees anymore

FNC Drops CoSine Real FASST
News Analysis | 9/9/2004

Now that CoSine has imploded, FNC says it will no longer resell the company's gear

Huawei Eyes Super Sales Growth
News Analysis | 9/9/2004

Chinese vendor set to see 30% year-on-year revenue gains, thanks to its massive R&D workforce

VOIP Boom Boosts Ulticom
News Analysis | 9/9/2004

Signaling software player beats estimates as VOIP and wireless drive demand from its vendor customers

FCC Probe Pops Primus
News Analysis | 9/8/2004

Primus pays $400K on a telemarketing beef. Long-distance woes prompt carrier to add more VOIP muscle

ECOC Is 30 (Did You Notice?)
News Analysis | 9/8/2004

Party on! Polymers, ROADMs, and electronic dispersion compensation will get play at the Conference

Broadband Myths Debunked
News Analysis | 9/8/2004

Two conferences feature keynoter Andrew Odlyzko, who says carriers aren't the source of next-gen services

Honey, I Shrunk the Price
News Analysis | 9/8/2004

Tellabs will now pay $1.5B, $400K less than first agreed, for AFC. Could it go down further? Could it be called off?

T-Mobile Flashes Flarion Trial
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/8/2004

Flarion's OFDM equipment lands on European shores

Interoute Buys Fiber-to-the-Pope
News Analysis | 9/8/2004

Pan-European carrier acquires Roman network that gives it FTTP – Fiber-to-the-Pope

Nortel's WiMax Coming Out
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/7/2004

Nortel joins other big names in the second – or is it third? – coming of fixed wireless networking

The Softswitch Name Game
News Analysis | 9/7/2004

Too many 'softswitch' definitions spells slow progress, according to a Heavy Reading report

Convedia Thrives on Asian Base
News Analysis | 9/7/2004

IP media server player has built a solid user base through an OEM deal in Asia. Now Europe's looking bright

Tried & True? Not for VOIP
Column | 9/7/2004

Incumbent vendors may not be the best choice for migration of TDM voice networks to VOIP

Freescale Looks East for UWB
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/7/2004

The ultrawideband silicon race hots up, in Taiwan – a bit

LR Creates Ethernet Services Directory
News Analysis | 9/7/2004

Calls on network operators to submit info for a global directory that already lists 250 services

Verizon Keeps RNC Connections
News Analysis | 9/7/2004

Parts of Verizon's massive RNC network will stick around to aid NYC commuters

Brits Prepare for VOIP Deluge
News Analysis | 9/6/2004

Regulator opens way for VOIP battlefield in the UK with geographic numbers and a hands-off approach

Hutch Plots $1.5B IPO
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/6/2004

Indian mobile subscribers boost prospects for Hutch share sales

Hutchison Plots $1.5B IPO
News Analysis | 9/6/2004

Indian mobile subscribers boost prospects for Hutch share sales

Iliad Ramps Up Broadband to the Homer
News Analysis | 9/6/2004

French local loop unbundler has an epic first half in its odyssey to reach one million households

CDMA 450: No Fast Buck?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/6/2004

Unstrung poll suggests technology will keep a low profile in global network rollout

Telica: Lucent's Good Buy
News Analysis | 9/6/2004

Lucent did the right thing (for once) in acquiring the softswitch vendor, says Heavy Reading analyst

Convergence Specs Emerge
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/3/2004

Big-name new industry group publishes cellular/WLAN coverage specification

Cisco Joins WiMax Forum
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/3/2004

Signals intent to compete in nascent 802.16 wireless MAN market

Inventory Bugaboo Haunts Chips
News Analysis | 9/3/2004

Buildup of inventories has led four semiconductor firms to lower estimates for the September quarter

Nortel's Owens Joins Fat Cat Club
News Analysis | 9/3/2004

CEO of troubled Nortel signs up for $1 million a year, and a potential $1.7 million bonus

Cisco Skips Class 5
News Analysis | 9/3/2004

Without a softswitch of its own, Cisco leans on Italtel and Ericsson for a market foothold

Orange Pushes 'Nowt'
News Analysis | 9/3/2004

Marketing blunder urges users to say nothing with new PTT service

Nortel Restates Delay of Restatement
News Analysis | 9/2/2004

Nortel delays refiling again, says it needs another month to finish its complex and voluminous restatements

Cisco Sticks With CSG
News Analysis | 9/2/2004

P-Cube deal won’t replace its own network kit – for now, at least

Flextronics Isn't Soft on Software
News Analysis | 9/2/2004

Contract manufacturer could become a design powerhouse with the acquisition of two software groups

Orange Pushes 'Nowt'
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/2/2004

Marketing blunder urges users to say nothing with new PTT service

Cisco Sticks With CSG
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/2/2004

P-Cube deal won’t replace its own network kit – for now, at least

Lucent Expects Monster Tax Rebate
News Analysis | 9/2/2004

Good news for the bottom line: The vendor is one congressional approval away from an $816 million refund

Z-Tel: Lost in Transition
News Analysis | 9/2/2004

The shift from UNE-P service provider to facilities-based VOIP carrier has caused endless problems

WLAN Gets Dense
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/1/2004

Startups examine the challenges of large-scale corporate deployments

Computer Error Sends Stocks Soaring
News Analysis | 9/1/2004

Finisar and other optical stocks skyrocketed this morning, but the reason appears to be computer error

WPA2 Secures Support
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/1/2004

Vendors team with Wi-Fi Alliance in support of latest security specification

Analyst Sees Adtran SBC Win
News Analysis | 9/1/2004

Financial analyst says SBC has picked Adtran as one of its suppliers in a remote DSLAM RFP

Struggling B-RAS Vendor for Sale
News Analysis | 9/1/2004

Shrinking revenues and carrier indecision force Copper Mountain into a corner. It's no great surprise

VoIP Inc: From Tea to Telecom
News Analysis | 9/1/2004

Formerly known as Millennia Tea Masters, the Florida-based VOIP provider prepares to take on Vonage

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