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February 4, 2011  4:26 PM

What George Clooney and telecom security have in common



Posted by: Jessica Scarpati
ddos, managed services, Security, Telecom, telecom security

A hacker is no longer just a grungy guy in his mom's basement who takes down websites to impress his friends. Cybercrime has become more like Ocean's Eleven -- organized, sophisticated and money-hungry crooks going after high-profile targets. They probably don't all look like...

February 8, 2010  12:13 PM

Death knell rings for Supercomm?



Posted by: Jessica Scarpati
conferences, supercomm, Telecom, tia, ustelecom

Update: Ut-oh. Looks...


December 31, 2009  1:42 AM

So long telecom 2009: Take the best, leave the rest



Posted by: KateGerwig
Telecom, telecom industry

New Year's Eve...so easy to be nostalgic. In terms of reflecting on what to be grateful for, well, we survived telecom 2009. But having perspective on what in the world happened is another matter entirely. It’s easy to miss the big picture when you’re coping with the fast-pace of day-to-day...


December 4, 2009  8:47 PM

Gaze into the 2010 telecom industry predictions



Posted by: Ddevine
2010, inCode, MVNO, Predictions, smartphones, Telecom, telecom trends

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December 3, 2009  7:53 PM

Ciena OK’d for Nortel optical/CE biz, judges tell NSN ‘too little, too late’



Posted by: Jessica Scarpati
Ciena, mergers, Nokia Siemens, Nortel, NSN, Telecom

So far, the bankruptcy court proceedings for auctioning off Nortel's assets have been lacking some good old-fashioned courtroom drama for us in the peanut gallery. Competitor A puts in bid, Competitor B drives it up, someone wins, courts say OK, everyone goes home and puts out press release...


October 26, 2009  7:17 PM

FairPoint falls to bankruptcy, forks over ownership to lenders



Posted by: Jessica Scarpati
bankruptcy, fairpoint, regional operators, Telecom

Northern New England telecom operator FairPoint Communications filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, promising to cut $1.7 billion in debt by...


October 22, 2009  10:51 PM

Huawei and mobile infrastructure: Taking on the heavies



Posted by: KateGerwig
Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson, Huawei, LTE, mobile infrastructure, Nokia Siemens Networks, Telecom

Didn’t we discuss Huawei just last week in the optical arena? Yes we did. Now everybody’s talking...


October 22, 2009  1:30 PM

Verizon CEO comes out swinging against net neutrality



Posted by: Jessica Scarpati
4G wireless, broadband, FCC, net neutrality, regulations, Telecom, Verizon

I gotta say, any trade show that opens the ceremonies with some trash talkin' has my attention.

After giving up a little hip-hip-hooray for Verizon's long-awaited 4G network (ready for 60 devices thus far and expected to be in 25-30 markets next year) at the opening keynote of SuperCOMM...


October 20, 2009  9:31 PM

Apple’s record-setting quarter and what it means for telecom



Posted by: KateGerwig
Android, AT&T, iPhone, mobile phones, operating system, Telecom, Verizon, wireless

Telecom is a hard-knock life sometimes, like this week when Apple announced its most profitable quarter EVER. No small part of that smashing success is the 7.4 million iPhones sold in the quarter. Of course, in the U.S., AT&T benefits from those new iPhone users since they use AT&T’s 3G...


October 15, 2009  4:09 PM

Alcatel-Lucent ranks high in optical survey; Huawei and Nortel make surprising showings



Posted by: KateGerwig
equipment vendors, Telecom, telecom timeout

Alcatel-Lucent may be the leader in the optical equipment market, according to a new Infonetics Research optical equipment survey, but its pricing is a bit much for the service provider purchasing decision-makers asked for their opinions. Representing major market change, Huawei stood out in...


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