Posted by: MichaelDKelly
802.11v, Alcatel-Lucent, application delivery, AT&T, broadband stimulus distribution, Cisco, IPTV, lay offs, Nortel, Radware, unified communications, updated Internet Safety Act
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Telecom Timeout: Video Investments covers the latest on Nortel’s application delivery business sale to Radware, Cisco’s lay offs, a continued evaluation of Alcatel-Lucent’s future plans, as well as AT&T’s self-investment and the beginning of the process to distribute the broadband stimulus grants. Futher coverage also highlights the future plans involving IPTV by service providers, as unified communications, development of the 802.11v standard and new legislation for an updated Internet Safety Act.
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