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ADTRAN: Broadband, optical and internetworking drove Q1 sales up 30%

ADTRAN (Nasdaq: ADTN) posted another quarter of growth in Q1 2011 with $166 million in sales, up from $127 million in Q1 2010. Likewise, operating income in Q1 was $46 million, an 80 percent increase

ADTRAN (Nasdaq: ADTN): Broadband, optical boost Q4 2010 revenues

ADTRAN (Nasdaq: ADTN) once again rode an ongoing growth curve in Q4 as company sales increased 33 percent to $165 million, up from $124 million in Q4 2009. The vendor's operating income increased 71

ADTRAN's carrier channel helps boost its enterprise solution profile

Huntsville, Ala.--ADTRAN may be well known in the carrier market as a supplier to all of the U.S.-based Tier 1 and Tier 2 service providers, but it's been seen as a relative newcomer in the

ADTRAN (Nasdaq: ADTN) sales up again in Q3

ADTRAN (Nasdaq: ADTN) rode a sales wave in Q3. During the quarter, sales increased 27 percent to $162 million up from $128 million in Q3 2009. Company operating income was up 56 percent to $45

MegaPath conducts free VoIP phone promotion

As MegaPath begins to integrate the assets of the former Speakeasy and Covad into its fold, the new managed service local exchange carrier is offering a free Cisco SPA 303-3 IP phone to any new

Vendors' Q2 earnings mark a pause in recovery

NTELOS names ADTRAN as its GPON broker

NTELOS (Nasdaq: NTLS) is putting its broadband stimulus grant money to work as the West Virginia provider employs ADTRAN (Nasdaq: ADTN) for its new GPON-based Fiber to the Home (FTTH) deployment. For

Speakeasy's free phone promotion drives up company sales, customer base

Speakeasy, one of the remaining broadband voice providers, is finding that simple things like offering a free phone is a nice way to drive up its subscriber numbers. Since launching the promotion in

Occam Networks' Q2 earnings benefit from broadband stimulus, European awards

Occam Networks' (NasdaqGM: OCNW) second quarter results illustrated how the multiservice access platform (MSAP) vendor continued to ride the wave of new broadband stimulus awards and its growing

ADTRAN's Q2 results beat analyst expectations

Fueled by what company CEO Tom Stanton said was a "strong demand for high speed connectivity coupled with increasing demand for Ethernet services," ADTRAN's (Nasdaq: ADTN) Q2 revenue surpassed