Telecom Timeout:

April, 2009

April 24, 2009  5:28 PM

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

WPeterson William Peterson Profile: WPeterson

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

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

April 23, 2009  4:34 PM

Management World heads to Nice for the global view

Kate Gerwig Kate Gerwig Profile: Kate Gerwig

Everyone at the TM Forum, as well as service providers from around the world are heading to Nice….as in France….early in May for Management World 2009 to talk about IP transformation and where service providers are going...

April 21, 2009  2:26 PM

Some thoughts on revenue in a cap-less world

WPeterson William Peterson Profile: WPeterson

In my article on the backlash to Time Warner Cable's bandwidth caps, I got a chance to speak with cap opponent and Rochester-area CEO Lee Drake, who thoughtfully followed up with more of this...

April 17, 2009  3:00 PM

Time Warner Cable turnaround: No caps for you

WPeterson William Peterson Profile: WPeterson

Time Warner Cable is canceling its trial plans for what the company termed "consumption based billing," citing consumer confusion, as notes. I think a likelier culprit is the threat of legislation from the likes of Senator Chuck...

April 16, 2009  5:46 PM

The revolution can now be televised

WPeterson William Peterson Profile: WPeterson

Even as The New York Times Magazine sees the end of the Cuban revolution at hand, Obama is strengthening long-severed ties with the lone Communist country in the Americas by loosening trade restrictions, particularly those...

April 10, 2009  4:15 PM

Thinking of going to metered service? Got backup?

WPeterson William Peterson Profile: WPeterson

Time Warner Cable has been experimenting with metered service in select markets, and recently decided to expand into four more markets after tweaking some policies, BusinessWeek...

April 3, 2009  9:35 PM

AT&T aggressively pursues app store agenda

WPeterson William Peterson Profile: WPeterson

Just last week, I wrote that despite little direct revenue, app stores are critical for telecoms' success in reducing churn and selling more data.

AT&T seems to agree. Already, the...

April 2, 2009  9:26 PM

Juniper Networks wants to sit back, watch your TV

WPeterson William Peterson Profile: WPeterson

OK, so maybe Juniper Networks has been busier than it lets on, but the company is hoping its latest product push will help make telecom providers' lives a little easier, and its own business a little more profitable.

The company introduced StreamScope eRM, a version of

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