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Dittberner reports Q3 growth spurt for VoIP
The summer season reaped quite a harvest for vendors of equipment for voice over IP as analyst firm Dittberner Associates reported this week what it called an impressive 67.8% worldwide market increase over last quarter.In the firm’s Worldwide Q3 2005 NGN Shipments Analysis, Huawei led the charge with more than 12 million VoIP ports shipped in the quarter. The China-based company knocked Nortel...
Herndon, Va., gets FiOS TV
Verizon Monday announced Herndon, Va., as the second site of its FiOS TV rollout. The service, delivered over Verizon’s FiOS fiber-to-the-home network, made its debut Sept. 22 in Keller, Texas.The company also indicated it will be moving to offer the TV service in other areas in which it has obtained franchises, including Fairfax County and Fairfax City in Virginia, and communities in California,...
Cingular to stay Cingular
Cingular Wireless today dismissed speculation that it would revert to the name AT&T, following the lead of its newly renamed majority owner SBC. A Cingular spokesman said today that the Cingular name is “alive and well,” and while AT&T would use the resale of the Cingular service under the AT&T brand as part of its wireline service bundles, Cingular would continue to operate as an independent...
The `new` AT&T debuts
Within hours of getting California`s approval of its merger, AT&T and SBC unveiled their new company.The California PUC`s approval was the final hurdle for the deal, and AT&T Inc. was born via press release, to trade on the New York Stock Exchange under AT&T`s former `T` symbol. Still to come, on Monday, is a new logo."We are ready to meet the needs of a new generation of customers in a new era...
Motorola’s Geoffrey Frost dies
Motorola announced today that Geoffrey Frost, the company’s 55-year-old chief marketing officer, died suddenly this morning. The cause of death was not provided.Frost joined Motorola in 1999 and was widely credited with the ongoing renewal of Motorola’s 77-year-old brand, particularly in the wireless handset sector. A marketing disciple of Nike founder Phil Knight, Frost was confident that...
ABI: Growth ahead in mesh
A new study from ABI Research predicts big growth ahead for the wireless mesh networking market--possibly ten-fold growth in the next five years--with most of the network investment coming from municipal network projects, campus-style deployments and alternative service providers, rather than incumbent telcos and cable TV operators. The study, called "Wireless Mesh Networking: Technologies and...
BellSouth offers faster DSL
BellSouth today launched a 6 megabit per second DSL service, priced at $46.95, that positions its service more directly against cable modems.The new service joints a DSL portfolio that already included a 3 Mbps service, priced at $42.95 a month, a 1.5 Mbps and a DSL lite service at 256 Kbps. The new DSL services more directly compete with what cable MSOs have been offering. While the telcos have...
C&W deployment of Tellabs 8800 halts
A major customer deployment of Tellabs` 8800 broadband data product halted this week, CEO Krish Prabhu revealed at an investor conference today, though he affirmed the company`s ambitious 2005 sales goals for the gear.Tellabs first announced a deal with Cable & Wireless in June. But after the carrier`s subsequent acquisition of Energis, announced this summer, C&W added new requirements to the...
Municipal mesh market getting crowded
Cisco Systems has finally announced its intelligent wireless mesh solution, in what was probably the most anticipated announcement in the booming municipal mesh network market so far. Predictably, Cisco’s competitors aren’t terribly impressed and say the crowded mesh vendor community is headed for a shake-up. "The market drivers that propelled widespread wireless adoption in the home and...
Telus launches EV-DO
Canada’s Telus today said it has launched EV-DO service in five markets and plans to roll out 3G services to other cities by 2006.The carrier now has live 3G service in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton and Montreal, following up on Bell Canada’s launch of the EV-DO services in Toronto and Montreal last month. Telus will kick the service off with two data cards from Sierra Wireless and...
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