Startup's huge, honking IP service edge switches are ready for display at Supercomm
IP services startup gets more dough for its network devices, which it plans to show off at Supercomm
Startups offer the wireless equivalent of a push-up bra for 2.5G networks
Cynthia Ringo, a former VC and ex-CEO of CopperCom, has taken the helm at Pluris -- temporarily
Vendor says it doesn't see the market for a high-end OEO grooming switches at this time UPDATED 5/20 10:30 AM
Startup says carriers will have a field day with its signal conditioning technology
Qwest's networking division has another engineering shakeup, raising hopes it will buy from startups again
White Rock joins the CWDM crowd with an eight-port device
Predictably, NTT DoCoMo is first major carrier to put WLAN chips in 3G devices
WLAN hotspots could take a tasty chunk out of 3G revenues, according to the CEO of Columbitech
Whispers from Europe say Ericsson may swap its DWDM products in favor of Marconi's UPDATED 5/17 10:30 AM
Corvis's sales VP is out; former Dorsal CEO becomes president as the merger becomes official
The latest financials appear to show progress. Can Cogent prove the skeptics wrong?
The UK operator may soon regain a single A debt rating - more than can be said for its continental counterparts
Two new multisource agreements threaten to eat away the market for Xenpak optical transceivers, says RHK
The industry is heading toward fewer carriers and possibly fewer networks to ease the capacity glut
South Korean CDMA specialist sets out to the help the little guys battle AT&T, Sprint, & Verizon
The executive credited with making Fujitsu a market leader in Sonet equipment has been lured away by Cisco
KPNQwest announced today that both its debt and its equity securities may be worthless. Bankruptcy could be looming
The carrier's banking on Ethernet as its next big business connectivity service. Are hopes too high?
JDSU writes off another $100M for the sinking shares of Nortel it received when it sold its Zurich plant
The US Supreme Court has upheld the FCC pricing method for unbundled services -- a victory for competitive carriers
The security supplier says its deal with Ericsson will give it an inside track to carrier markets
Redback says it's improved its edge router for service providers -- and it has more trash talk for Cisco
Along with other aging, well-funded core routing startups, Pluris is white-knuckling it these days, as layoffs show
How much is in your wallet? Not as much as before, according to Light Reading's latest work poll
Nortel gets optical with Brocade, soon after Cisco and Brocade break up. Coincidence?
Significant layoffs could be a sign that all is not well at the tunable laser startup
German operator 'would face bankuptcy if not supported by France Telecom' says analyst
This group's pushing hard for non-RPR Ethernet in carrier networks. Can it work? UPDATED 5/14 1:30 PM
Cisco is prepping a set of core routers that go to terabits (in theory) -- but they can't be tied together
Announces products, big and small, plus customers in Italy... and Alaska!
Fujitsu broadens its product lineup with two new metro DWDM boxes from its ADVA agreement
It'll generate huge revenues in the long term, but it isn't going to drive demand for GPRS networks anytime soon, says Ovum
Force10's getting ready to ship a 10-Gig Ethernet switch, which it demonstrated at N+I this week
Carl Russo, once head of Cisco's optical networking group, has left the company
Three rating agencies reduce ratings on WorldCom's debt, as the carrier mulls $1B capex cut UPDATED 5/13 11AM
Cisco looks to breathe new life into switching and routing product lines with optical enhancements like CWDM
The Little WLAN That Couldn't
Investments into and out of VC funds were the lowest in years during 1Q02 UPDATED 05/09/02 5:30 PM
And only half the industry players will still be around in 2010, according to the latest Light Reading survey
Stealthy startup's planning an access system that will 'never' run out of bandwidth
Ethernet Frame Relay – Scott Clavenna
Sprint, SBC, and Verio announce VPN services at N+I, and equipment providers rush to congratulate themselves
A move brought down their Website and phones, but management's suddenly reappeared to say "all's well" UPDATED 4PM
Picks a fight with Qualcomm by calling for a limit on royalty payments for the use of 3G patents
After Cisco's cheery earnings report, battered equipment stocks ratchet up gains UPDATED 5PM ET
Cisco CEO John Chambers presents his company as a poster child of economic success after its earnings spark optimism
As WorldCom's stock languishes near $2, the market forsees disaster. How bad is it?
The startup is taking another crack at convincing the world that its PolicyEdge chip is a genuine network processor
A former Agere exec on a juicy retirement package joins forces with startup MegaSense. Does that make Agere happy?
The technology to enable wireless Internet access on planes is on the runway. When will it be cleared for takeoff?
Profits higher than expected, but CEO John Chambers still won't call the bottom
Its shares hit an all-time low as rumors, rivals, and customer woes drive it into single digits UPDATED 05/08, 10:33 AM
Mukesh Chatter's stealthy startup has raised $37M, but the company says it will close $45M
Intrusion detection and anti-virus applications are showing up on security appliances with gigabit capacity
It's official -- SMS means more revenue. Why didn't the U.S. Carriers think of this earlier?
Through its reseller arrangement with Motorola, startup Turin takes a bold step into the cable equipment market
The access startup's desperate fight for survival took an unforeseen toll on its human resources
NetVmg opens itself up to a new market and further validates the idea of route optimization
Frustration builds as competitive carriers and incumbents lock horns over broadband access regulation
France Telecom creates new wonderwear that's geekier than Gap, smarter than you!
Gallic charm meets Times Square with France Telecom's multimedia wonderwear.
Chinese companies may be reverse engineering low-end optical components and selling them cheap
As Universal Access bows out, OnFiber buys Sphera's multimillion-dollar network for a mere $2.3M
Has it been hibernating? Retrenching? Whatever it is, the metro startup's ready to show its wares publicly
Embattled startup has slashed its headcount and is spinning off its wireless business
Sprint has technology & marketing edge according to the Wireless Oracle report on how U.S carriers are preparing for 3G
Company plans to announce huge upgrade to IOS software in the next couple of weeks; touts network resiliency
Zaffire founder Near Margalit goes to MRV, where his father is boss, to help the company reorganize itself
Sources say Juniper is now eyeing Unisphere; in the meantime, Unisphere spins out its voice business
The latest version of Canada's key research network could boost commercial deployment as well
WLAN VOIP is a go for industry, but could it hit the hotspots?
CEO Bijan Khosravi says this round will help bring the startup to breakeven next year
Thousands go without service after Verizon loses a fiber optic cable serving 15,000 phone lines
Cisco buys two previously mysterious spin-ins to help revive its cable/broadband and Internet switching products
After Sycamore's earnings warning on Tuesday, layoff rumors sprout while speculation talk simmers
Ciena's leading the market in long-haul DWDM, but it's a leaner market with smaller prospects, says IDC
Startup is banking on photonic crystals giving it a breakthrough in integrated optical components
RIM has extended enterprise strategy and carrier partnerships.