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Mobile TV Gets Turned On
News Analysis | 9/9/2005

Unstrung Insider claims 'cellevision' could become a breakthrough, mass-market mobile data service

Queen City Pink
Monkey Bidness | 9/9/2005

'She came at me with her Hello Kitty® parasol!'

Microsoft Soups Up the Set-Top
News Analysis | 9/9/2005

Partners with Thomson and Intel on user-friendly set-top boxes

China De-Skyping?
Light Ranting | 9/9/2005

Reports say China Telecom is starting to clamp down on Skype.

Anything but Utah!
Red Panda | 9/9/2005

Even in disaster, Southerners have their standards.

All Hail OFDMA!
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/9/2005

WiMax and 3G might be bloodthirsty competitors, but they’re moving to common ground, says BT honcho

Mobile TV Gets Turned On
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/9/2005

Unstrung Insider claims 'cellevision' could become a breakthrough, mass-market mobile data service

Cisco Finds Another Flaw
News Analysis | 9/9/2005

New IOS vulnerability relates to FTP and Telnet authentication

Monkey Is an Ass Man
Monkey Bidness | 9/9/2005

No accounting for taste.

Crisis? What Crisis?
Monkey Bidness | 9/9/2005

Exxon feels your pain. Not.

Czarina Katrina
Monkey Bidness | 9/9/2005

Make way, Fantastic 4: Here come the Hurricane Czar!

[Expletive Deleted]
Red Panda | 9/8/2005

Dick urged to perform an anatomical impossibility.

Aggregation Aggravation
News Analysis | 9/8/2005

BT and Telenor keynotes highlight different strategies over aggregation networks

JDSU Tunes In Agility
News Analysis | 9/8/2005

Seven years and $200M later, tunable laser vendor Agility finds a buyer

Shamed by His Poor Grammar
Red Panda | 9/8/2005

From the email hopper, a real stinker.

'Q' as in Quick! Shoot Me!
Monkey Bidness | 9/8/2005

Maybe my gaydar's outta whack...

Paul Reynolds, CEO, BT Wholesale
LRTV Interviews | 9/8/2005

BT Wholesale's Paul Reynolds discusses BT's 21CN, soccer, video's impact on telecom carriers, and haggis (not really)

Keep Your PBX Dry
The Philter | 9/8/2005

I know hurricanes are a boon to generator salesmen. But hosted PBX hawkers? Who knew?

After the Ball Is Over
Monkey Bidness | 9/8/2005

Ask for the chef's special sauce.

FOTE: VOIP, Video & Carlsberg
News Analysis | 9/8/2005

Enterprise VOIP catches on, video raises the eyebrows, and a lager loosens the lips

Alvarion WiMaxes Lucent
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/8/2005

Previously announced WiMax OEM deal also includes development of mobile 802.16e kit

Cracker Crime Pays
Monkey Bidness | 9/8/2005

Scum-sucking lowlife faces slap on hairy knuckles.

Chinese Versus Indian
Monkey Bidness | 9/8/2005

Outsourcing: Which is better?

The 'T' Word
Red Panda | 9/8/2005

Those small differences that matter so much

EBay & Skype Bubbling?
Light Ranting | 9/8/2005

Skype for $2-3B? You don't say...

Hammerhead Cries XML
News Analysis | 9/8/2005

After talking up edge routers and pseudowires, the company reveals it's got an XML strategy, too

Terayon Adding MPEG-4/AVC Support to CherryPicker
BroadBananas | 9/7/2005

Heading into the IBC 2005 conference in Amsterdam this week, Terayon Communication Systems announced plans to add support for MPEG-4/AVC on its DM 6400 Network CherryPicker digital video processing platform.

Dorkman
Jonestown | 9/7/2005

Can 100 songs really satisfy the MP3 generation?

Observers Tally Storm's Telecom Toll
News Analysis | 9/7/2005

The dependence of next-gen communications on basic public utilities severely limited their usefulness

AirGo's SOHO Go-Go
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/7/2005

Airgo grabs more funding as it goes for the high-end SOHO market

A Ciena Payback
The Philter | 9/7/2005

Since Jan. 2, 2004, Ciena's stock has lost 68% of its value.

NTL's NGN Hell
News Analysis | 9/7/2005

The move to next-gen networks causes carriers to rethink everything

Dodd's Recipe for Recovery
News Analysis | 9/7/2005

Financial guru says it's inevitable that the PTTs will pull an IBM, migrating to consulting and enterprise services

Drunk Woman Stoned
Monkey Bidness | 9/7/2005

Dontcha hate when that happens?

Adtran Cranks Up the Volume
News Analysis | 9/7/2005

Company's boost of the numbas sends shares soaring

Ericsson Invests $1B in China
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/7/2005

Vendor targets 35 percent marketshare of lucrative 3G infrastructure business

Fast. Web.
The Philter | 9/7/2005

The Italians are breaking out their Members Only jackets and LA Looks hair gel for a little retro celebration today...

Oh, Those Wacky Brits
Red Panda | 9/7/2005

Plus ça change on the Anglo-French relations front.

21st Century Babel
Monkey Bidness | 9/7/2005

Beware the Google Monster.

Cisco's CRS-1 Charms C&W
News Analysis | 9/6/2005

Cable & Wireless's pledge to use Cisco's CRS-1 is only half as big a deal as you might think

Intel Capital Goes for Czech Mate
News Analysis | 9/6/2005

Intel Capital makes its largest investment in Eastern Europe to date

Gilligan Is Dead
Monkey Bidness | 9/6/2005

Embarks on his final three-hour cruise.

Level 3, XO Rethink MSPPs
News Analysis | 9/6/2005

A movement is afoot to improve the way MSPPs handle Ethernet, and a new type of box may be in order

HP Takes Flash Approach to SDPs
News Analysis | 9/6/2005

Teams up with Flash company Macromedia to bolster its service delivery platform offering to carriers

Wave a Red Hankie
Monkey Bidness | 9/6/2005

We resume our series of achondroplasic reportage.

Feel Like a Swim?
Monkey Bidness | 9/6/2005

Chappaquiddick explained.

Telecom Global Warming
Column | 9/6/2005

Broadband, wireless, and IP convergence is happening across the world

Travel Notes: Gatwick
Light Ranting | 9/6/2005

Visiting the 'Loo of the Year'

HP Flashes to SDPs
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/6/2005

Teams up with Flash company Macromedia to bolster its service delivery platform offering to carriers

FT Heralds Ethernet Breakthrough
News Analysis | 9/5/2005

French incumbent says it's made a breakthrough in guaranteed service levels for multipoint Ethernet with the help of Atrica

Readers Wait on Mobile WiMax
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/5/2005

Unstrung poll cites 2009/2010 as likely timeframe for commercial network launch, as incompatibility fears remain

Euro Altnets Step Up M&A
News Analysis | 9/5/2005

France's Free buys a WiMax operator, and Interoute swallows a hosting firm, Via Net.Works

Euro Altnets Step Up M&A
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/5/2005

France's Free buys a WiMax operator and Interoute swallows a hosting firm, Via Net.Works

The Phinger
The Philter | 9/5/2005

Without missing a beat, I grabbed his finger and shook it, as you would a whole hand...

Light Reading to Hit London
News Analysis | 9/5/2005

The wraps come off the 'Future of Telecom - Europe 2005' event at the Olympia Conference Centre in London this week

Sorry, But This Ain't Funny
Monkey Bidness | 9/4/2005

Monkeys would have handled things better.

Real Rough Quasi-Sex
Monkey Bidness | 9/3/2005

Some women do not take rejection well.

The New Orleans Cable Connection
BroadBananas | 9/2/2005

Tropos Pairs With HP, Bags $15M
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/2/2005

Startup finds a friend and adds $15M to the coffers

Enterprise VOIP Is on Fire
News Analysis | 9/2/2005

We don't need no water; let a report from Infonetics detail the burn

Ohh Nooo!!!
Red Panda | 9/2/2005

Crushable clay figurine outsmarts Bush.

There Is a God in Utah
Monkey Bidness | 9/2/2005

A lovely couple who thoroughly deserve each other...

Katrina & the Waves
The Philter | 9/2/2005

Wireless Nuggets
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/2/2005

Nokia linked to Chinese TD-SCDMA deal, Telabria goes live in the UK, and WiMax conflicts arise

Desch Out at Telcordia
News Analysis | 9/2/2005

As Matt Desch heads towards a bumper 'Golden Goodbye' payout, former Lucent man Dan Carroll takes the helm

Chiaro Spins Off Optics
News Analysis | 9/2/2005

The core router company has shed its optical roots, turning its Israel operation into a spinoff

The Sweet Smell of Bog
Red Panda | 9/1/2005

Wales: Now available in bottles!

Hammy Phones It In
Jonestown | 9/1/2005

The world's only rodent-powered mobile?

DT Flings Billions at Fiber Access
News Analysis | 9/1/2005

Deutsche Telekom is embarking on a €3B FTTC project that will help deliver über bandwidth to German homes

$902 Million!
Red Panda | 9/1/2005

A tax rebate buried in yesterday's Lucent SEC filing

Tellabs CEO: Midsized Is Rightsized
News Analysis | 9/1/2005

Amid rumors that Tellabs may opt to become part of a larger supplier, Krish Prabhu says the company will thrive alone

Top Heavy Ciena
The Philter | 9/1/2005

Ciena's CEO makes a good living.

Ciena Boasts French Fancier
News Analysis | 9/1/2005

Better margins and a foot in the door at France Telecom could signal a turnaround... or not

Runcom Touts Mobile WiMax
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/1/2005

Previously muted Israeli silicon vendor claims early success with OFDMA technology

Runcom Races Into Mobile WiMax
News Analysis | 9/1/2005

Israeli silicon vendor claims early success with OFDMA technology

Finally: A Dog You Can Kick
Monkey Bidness | 9/1/2005

Better living robotically

Desperate Bid for Freedom
Monkey Bidness | 9/1/2005

Monkey tires of show bidness.

Revamped Amedia Aims for Access
News Analysis | 9/1/2005

Eleven-year-old Amedia bets Ethernet switched optical access is the big secret to big bandwidth

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