Demand for higher broadband speeds coupled with the ongoing competition prompted both cable and telcos to continue spending money on broadband network infrastructure, argues the Dell'Oro Group in its
Vodafone Germany yesterday launched new Ethernet-based services for business users.
The term "convergence" may be one of the most overused and overhyped words in telecoms, but there's no better way to describe the current interest in flattening the IP and optical layers
This week heads rolled over the continued failures of Telecom NZ’s 3G network, while Google’s European troubles look set to continue.
Previous page Femto. Two years ago, MWC saw femtocell solutions going commercial; integration partnerships were built, core network solutions were launched, reference designs introduced. Last year,
Telecom New Zealand's new 3G network has been plagued with major outages during the past month, prompting the operator's CEO Paul Reynolds to put its 3G vendor Alcatel Lucent on notice, according to
Cisco and Juniper Networks both lost substantial share in the carrier switch and routing market in 2009, according to Infonetics. The research firm said Cisco an
AT&T Mobility appears to be following its rival Verizon in terms of its preparations for rolling out its LTE network, although it is happening a year later. Like Verizon, AT&T recently chose
Strong sales of IP edge routers helped drive worldwide revenue of routers and switches 17 percent in Q4 09. However compelling the fourth quarter was, it could not prevent a 12 percent decline to