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August 8, 2011  1:55 PM

Brocade cuts guidance over Ethernet uptake, economy, cloud



Posted by: Tom Nolle
Brocade, Cloud computing, content delivery, Ethernet, metro networking, Video

With Brocade’s cut in guidance on its earnings call, the company joined what seemed a parade of network equipment vendors who’ve called the future of network spending into...

November 18, 2010  2:37 PM

Juniper Blackwave acquisition fills content delivery gap



Posted by: Tom Nolle
Blackwave, content delivery, Juniper, M&A, Storage, stream management, video on demand, VoD

Juniper added to its content portfolio today, acquiring the intellectual property of a video delivery firm called Blackwave.  This is a small deal by recent Juniper...


November 11, 2010  1:21 PM

Verizon’s “everywhere” video unloads networks using content downloads



Posted by: Tom Nolle
4G, content delivery, digital rights management, Verizon, video on demand

Verizon is taking “TV Everywhere” to more places, or at least taking it places under more conditions. Its new


August 27, 2010  2:24 PM

New Cisco acquisition targets server-based content strategy



Posted by: Tom Nolle
Add new tag, CDN, Cisco, content delivery, content delivery network, content management, data center, mergers & acquisitions, service layer architecture

Cisco has announced it will acquire ExtendMedia, a content-management play that extends Cisco’s increasingly successful server-side content strategy for network operators. While operators originally saw content as being...


August 6, 2010  5:23 PM

Verizon/Google rumors halt FCC net neutrality talks



Posted by: Tom Nolle
content delivery, FCC, Federal Communications Commission, Google, Julius Genachowski, net neutrality, regulation, U-verse, Verizon

The FCC called off its multilateral talks with stakeholders on net neutrality in the wake of a


August 5, 2010  1:35 PM

Possible Verizon/Google content fast-lane deal: net neutrality issues?



Posted by: Tom Nolle
content delivery, FCC, Google, net neutrality, Quality of Service, regulation, Verizon

Verizon and Google are said to be nearing a deal that would establish "fast lanes" for content delivery to consumers paid by portal players (like YouTube) willing to pay a charge for...


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