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
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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 from the Juniper Networks and Nokia Siemens partnership, the results of the U.S. broadband stimulus package, and a 4G update on WiMAX and LTE from Verizon Wireless, Comcast, Clearwire, Qualcomm and CenturyTel. HP announces the new formation of its own telecom group, Nortel finds at least one buyer for some of its assets and YouTube is experimenting with downloadable content for a fee.
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