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Top 11 of 2007, So Far

Phil Harvey

9:05 AM -- I thought you might find it interesting to know what have been the most popular stories, as measured by page views, on Light Reading during the first six months of 2007.

Before scouring the list, it's important to note that, in true Light Reading style, one of the stories in the list was run on Sunday, April 1, and is totally fake. The rest of the stories were run on other days and are somewhat less fake.


Table 1: Top 11 Most Popular Stories on Light Reading (Jan. 1 to June 30, 2007)

Rank Headline
1 AlcaLu Makes Product Cuts
2 Nortel, AlcaLu in Asset Swap?
3 Volpi Out at Cisco
4 Tony Li Rejoins Cisco (Again)
5 IPO Alert: Infinera Files Its S-1
6 Alcatel-Lucent Gets Tropical
7 Motorola to Shock With TAZR
8 Will Juniper Be Burned by the Churn?
9 Nokia Siemens Reveals Product Picks
10 Alcatel-Lucent Job Cull Hits 12,500
11 JDSU May Be Mulling Optical Exit
Excludes all multipage reports, Top Ten lists, photo slideshows, and "Who Makes What" tutorials.

— Phil Harvey, Barely Managing Editor, Light Reading

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