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Fashion v Fun
LR Mobile Column | 10/8/2002

If you’re a mobile data skeptic, maybe you should get out more and have some fun

Motorola Fires Up 3G Production
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/8/2002

Better late than never: Mass production of dualmode 3G handsets finally kicks off in Germany

Service Provider 'Confidence' Ticks Up
News Analysis | 10/8/2002

While industry conditions continue to tank, a service provider 'confidence index' shows a blip of optimism

Copywriters on Acid
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/8/2002

This is your brain on Whampoa

Switching Silicon Goes Scaleable
News Analysis | 10/8/2002

Startup Dune Network says its distributed switch fabric can extend the working life of routers and switches

Telecom Layoffs Tapering Off?
News Analysis | 10/7/2002

205,557 people lost their jobs in telecom in the first 9 months of 2002, but the rate of layoffs may be slowing

Secretive Seranoa Scores $15.75M
News Analysis | 10/7/2002

Seranoa Networks says its box shaves 75 percent off WAN router costs. What's its secret?

Flarion Cookin' Up Seoul Food
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/7/2002

Major CDMA operator SK Telecom sends a signal that alternate wireless data strategies are under serious consideration

Orange Shows Faith in Webraska
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/7/2002

Location-based software developer expands relationship with Orange to help operator deploy greater range of services

Redback Limps Into Genuity
News Analysis | 10/7/2002

Beleaguered equipment maker notches an edge router win, but is it enough?

Bookham Buys Nortel's Components Biz
News Analysis | 10/7/2002

Strikes a deal worth $111M for Nortel's optical transmitter, receiver, and amplifier business UPDATED 12:30PM

Who Broke WorldCom's Backbone?
News Analysis | 10/4/2002

WorldCom's outage is blamed on a software glitch, but the company isn't saying whether it was Cisco or Juniper

Cisco-Backed CTC Is Bankrupt
News Analysis | 10/4/2002

CTC Communications files for bankruptcy protection and leaves Cisco on the hook for $57.9M

Chasing VC Bucks in Texas, Part II
News Analysis | 10/4/2002

Got cash? Valuations are top of mind as startups pitch their wares for investors

Megisto Denies Italian Job
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/4/2002

No trial with Telecom Italia Mobile, still not revealing names of carriers testing its kit

Cisco's Virtual WiFi Offer
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/4/2002

Enables virtual LAN capabilities for access-point owners and brings 802.11a kit to Europe

Next-Gen Sonet Growing, Report Says
News Analysis | 10/4/2002

Products designed to replace Sonet ADMs in metro transport networks are on the upswing, says IDC

Lucent Optical Boss Leaves
News Analysis | 10/3/2002

Tim Sullivan is out the door, and another round of layoffs is underway. More product may be on the block

Can Breton Fix France Telecom?
News Analysis | 10/3/2002

Thierry Breton, the new France Telecom chief, is known as a turnaround artist. What's in his bag of tricks?

Hawkish on Telecom
Column | 10/3/2002

Hawkish on Telecom
— R. Scott Raynovich

Plastina Out in Nortel Reshuffle
News Analysis | 10/3/2002

Nortel has dissolved its Metro and Enterprise division in a reorg that could signal a selloff strategy

Elata Lines Up Further Deals
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/3/2002

Services delivery specialist set to add to Hutchison account, adds device recognition capability to platform

Chasing VC Bucks in Texas
News Analysis | 10/3/2002

Entrepreneurs and VCs try to massage their differences at an investment conference. Where are the therapists?

Obituary: Lightwave Microsystems
News Analysis | 10/3/2002

Company closes down after 14 years developing integrated optical components

Not Russian Into a Sale
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/3/2002

Is DT 'Stalin' for time? Analysts think it unlikely the carrier will pawn its cash-generating E. European assets

NEC Invests in Operators
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/2/2002

Puts its money where its handsets are by investing in Hutchison 3G HK just as NTT DoCoMo writes down its stake in UK business

Cisco: We're in RBOC 'Lovefests'
News Analysis | 10/2/2002

The company is close to announcing some big RBOC contracts, but analysts still fret over enterprise spending

DT's Layoffs: The First of Many?
News Analysis | 10/2/2002

Deutsche Telekom says it will cut nearly 30,000 jobs -- maybe just the beginning of European carrier misery

DoCoMo Takes a $4.7B Hit
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/2/2002

Japanese giant revalues its overseas holdings, attracting the ire of 3G partner Hutchison Whampoa

Tellabs Trumpets Osmine
News Analysis | 10/2/2002

Some may grumble over Osmine, but Tellabs says it's key to RBOC sales **UPDATED 10/2 6 PM**

First-Mile Ethernet Camps Dig In
News Analysis | 10/2/2002

ADSL vendors turn the other way as potential RBOC customers tell them what they want from first-mile Ethernet

Corvis Keeps Gratings in the Family
News Analysis | 10/1/2002

Corvis has spent at least $11M on gratings from a company controlled by its chairman and founder, David Huber

Startup Has an 'Uncool' Laser
News Analysis | 10/1/2002

Uncooled 10-Gbit/s EML is just the start of what ASIP promises with its integration technology UPDATED 10/2 10AM

Optical Signaling: Remote Control of the Future?
News Analysis | 10/1/2002

What's the status of end-to-end control and provisioning of carrier networks?

Winnick: I'll Cough Up $25M
News Analysis | 10/1/2002

As Feds probe his stock sales and management role, GlobalX chairman pledges $25M to employees burnt by 401Ks

Actelis Heats Up the Copper
News Analysis | 10/1/2002

Actelis says it has the goods to aggregate copper pairs to deliver up to 50 Mbit/s. Will service providers care?

Siemens/Motorola: Swap or Sale?
LR Mobile News Analysis | 10/1/2002

Siemens may trade its handset biz for Motorola's wireless networks empire. Or could a straight sale be in the cards?

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