Ericsson increased its market share in the global mobile infrastructure market in the fourth quarter, according to research firm Dell'Oro, on the strength of its acquisition of bankrupt Nortel
Qwest has responded to its enterprise and government customers' needs for hosting and cloud-based services by opening its 17th nationwide data center and its third center located in the Washington
Mobile broadband’s next phase of growth should be shaped via new business models designed to serve society as a whole, not just customers, said
Facebook has launched a low-bandwidth, text-only version of its mobile site called Facebook Zero, in an effort to encourage mobile usage and open the site up to more users.
Ciena's fight for Nortel's optical assets may end up providing a big win for the company as a report emerged that AT&T has chosen it to be one of its domain suppliers of optical networking
The optical network gear market slumped 14% in 2009, but began to recover in the fourth quarter, managing 5% sequential growth, according to research firm Infonetics.
Alcatel-Lucent may have come one step closer to reaching its break-even goal by posting a net profit in Q4 09, but ongoing competitive pressure from rival vendors drove it to reduce its 2010
The French operator SFR has awarded Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) and Alcatel-Lucent contracts to carry out a major expansion and upgrade of its 2G/3G networks. In addition, SFR will work with both
Despite being able to announce that it, along with Ericsson, had been selected to provide AT&T with LTE technology, Alcatel-Lucent could not disguise the fact that it was still struggling to
Chipmaker Marvell says it is bringing PC-quality graphics to smartphones with the launch of an HD processor.