The New Infinera Is Already on Edge
The Philter | 10/1/2018 | 1 comment
Infinera closed its acquisition of Coriant today, creating one of the world's largest optical networking providers with 600 customers around the world. But talk of a major account challenge mounted by Ciena sent the company's stock tumbling more than 15%.
States Challenge FCC 'Internet Freedom' Order
The Philter | 8/21/2018 | Post a comment
Twenty-three attorneys general, representing 22 states and the District of Columbia, are suing to block the FCC's rollback of net neutrality regulations, again bringing up the agency's tendency to preempt state and local laws.
What VeloCloud Cost VMware
The Philter | 5/21/2018 | 6 comments
A dive into some SEC filings shows that the SD-WAN startup VeloCloud wasn't really a unicorn. It's still a lovely show pony, though. Giddy up!
The SDN Balancing Act
The Philter | 3/21/2013 | 5 comments
There's an interesting tension between how much SDN can benefit service providers and how it could threaten their established businesses
Proximity Is Where It's At
The Philter | 2/25/2013 | 1 comment
Intel- and Deutsche Telekom-backed tech startup doesn't need a network to make smart, wireless proximity applications
Fujitsu: You Are My Density
The Philter | 2/15/2013 | 1 comment
New packet optical platform gets the switching closer to customers so they can handle bigger volumes of Ethernet traffic
AT&T's Broadband Bravado
The Philter | 1/7/2013 | 13 comments
Execs say AT&T's U-verse locations are heading for 100Mbit/s, with big wireline improvements reaching its other broadband customers, too
Free! Ethernet! Stuff!
The Philter | 12/3/2012 | Post a comment
6:00 AM Light Reading's 'State of the Market: Ethernet Expo' report is now available, and a special virtual Ethernet Expo starts tomorrow
The Future of Metaswitch
The Philter | 10/4/2012 | 6 comments
6:00 AM Back in the driver's seat at Metaswitch, John Lazar is looking at the road ahead to see what kind of company his firm ought to be next
Finding a Data Cap That Fits
The Philter | 8/20/2012 | 4 comments
8:00 AM Consumers have to accept data caps as service providers find that tiered plans are the easiest way to slow consumption and raise revenues
Is Pay-Per-Bit Anti-Consumer?
The Philter | 6/21/2012 | 28 comments
8:30 AM I want broadband and wireless phone bills I can understand. I want to comparison-shop data plans for the best rate. Am I nuts or what?
RIP RIM: Will Foresight Be 20/20?
The Philter | 3/30/2012 | 4 comments
4:25 PM Analyst predicts that the BlackBerry maker will lose all its subscribers in less than a decade as the mobile enterprise embraces consumer devices
Australia's (Safe) Bet Against Huawei
The Philter | 3/26/2012 | 42 comments
1:15 PM What does leaving Huawei out of the national broadband network project say about Huawei's big telco customers around the world? Why do those companies trust the vendor?
LTE's Uphill Climb
The Philter | 3/21/2012 | 24 comments
Most folks have no intent to buy an LTE-powered device this year. What might change their minds?
Phil's Not-So-OFC/NFOEC Pictures
The Philter | 3/12/2012 | 4 comments
5:25 PM Phil relies on a timeless technique to find out what's going on in a city you're visiting: Follow the guy in the devil costume who's flanked by tuba players
The Philter | 2/24/2012 | 1 comment
4:30 PM AT&T and Verizon are the biggest and they're only going to get bigger. Should we expect them to be the best, too?
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