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April 24, 2009  5:28 PM

Clearwire legal action: Mo’ WiMax, Mo’ Problems?



Posted by: WPeterson
4G, Clearwire, Sprint, WiMAX

Mo' WiMax, Mo' Problems. Maybe that should be Clearwire's unofficial motto.

Even as the company's mobile WiMax solution slowly starts...

March 26, 2009  10:37 PM

Mobile broadband forecast: There’s no joy in ARPU



Posted by: KateGerwig
ARPU, broadband, handsets, Telecom, wireless broadband, wireless operators

The good news, according to global consulting firm Ovum, may be that users accessing mobile broadband-enabled laptops and handsets will increase revenue by more than 450% in 2014 compared to 2008. Mobile broadband adoption, of course,...


March 9, 2009  6:37 PM

Telecom Timeout: Recession reactions



Posted by: MichaelDKelly
4G, Carrier Ethernet, Clearwire, Comcast, Global Crossing, HP, Juniper Networks, LTE, Nokia Siemens, Nortel, Qualcomm, Rogers Communications, Sprint Nextel, telecom financial results, U.S. broadband stimulus plan, Verizon Wireless, WiMAX

[kml_flashembed movie="http://www.youtube.com/v/jYmnpL79ncY" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /] This week's Telecom Timeout features Q4 results from Global Crossing, Comcast, Sprint Nextel and Rogers Communications, as well as a Carrier Ethernet progress report...


February 5, 2009  10:27 PM

Alcatel-Lucent’s earnings: Moving to half-full



Posted by: KateGerwig
Alcatel-Lucent, broadband, equipment vendors, IP, Next Generation Networks, telephone equipment, wireless broadband

It’s much harder to see the glass as half-full when you’re used to half-empty -- or completely empty. Enter Alcatel-Lucent’s 2008 year-end financial results and its $6.2 billion loss. So it may not sound like it at first, but there’s something in that glass, and CEO Ben Verwaayen, who took...


January 26, 2009  2:15 AM

Cyber-security policy locks down lobbyist job security



Posted by: KateGerwig
cyber security, Obama Administration, regulations, Security, Telecom

President Barack Obama promised...


January 21, 2009  10:04 PM

Reports: Verizon Wireless launching femtocells later this month



Posted by: WPeterson
femtocells, Telecom, Verizon

Reports have begun surfacing that Verizon will launch a femtocell service later this month, with units retailing for roughly between $200 and $250. As


January 12, 2009  1:49 PM

Broadband stimulus: Let’s get it done, not repeat history



Posted by: KateGerwig
broadband, network infrastructure, Obama Administration, Telecom

I live in the policy belt where there’s no rust in sight and the river of policy statements flows with honey. There’s never a recession in the policy-wonk biz,...


January 8, 2009  3:27 PM

Global optical market declines? Let’s not get global



Posted by: KateGerwig
Network equipment, optical networking, packet optical networking

The recession feels like it will go on and on, yet so does the demand for bandwidth. So when it comes to the optical networking market, service providers need to put their recession anxiety on hold and move bravely forward. Yes, analyst firms have huddled and are now predicting declines for the...


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