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Motive targets digital home, ease-of-use
AUSTIN, Texas--Motive today announced a new customer, a new partner and a new strategy aimed at helping service providers deliver converged broadband services that are easy to deploy and use.Softbank BB, Japan’s largest broadband service provider, will use Motive software to enable the delivery of value-added services such as security and streaming software, the company announced at its...
Optical market stays strong in Q3
In what is typically an off quarter, the optical networking equipment sector in the third quarter showed its largest year-over-year quarterly growth since 2002, according to data released today by Ovum-RHK. Bucking typical sequential spending dips, third-quarter spending in the optical space stayed sequentially flat, at $2.8 billion, up 33% from a year earlier. Next-generation wavelength-division...
Telco Systems adds to CPE line up
Telco Systems today launched the first two models of a new Ethernet demarcation customer premises (CPE) device line.The new T-Marc product line is targeted at carriers launching Ethernet in either packet or TDM environments. Like similar products, the T-Marc is hoping to capture the rapidly growing Ethernet market. However, Telco Systems isn’t trying just to put another cheap Ethernet demarcation...
Fast Forward: Sandy Brown, AT&T
AT&T is testing WiMAX technology in trials in New Jersey, Georgia and Alaska. At the recent WiMAX World conference,TelephonyEditor-in-Chief Jason Meyers talked to Sandy Brown, AT&T`s vice president of product management, about the perception of WiMAX, the purpose of the trials and how the technology could be applied.On comparing WiMAX to other technologies: Wi-Fi is unlicensed and hard to...
Ericsson CEO: Qualcomm should play fair
Ericsson president and CEO Carl-Henric Svanberg, making a rare appearance in New York City this week, said in an interview with Telephony that Qualcomm “must get in line” with the agreement it made to international regulators not to abuse its leadership position in the CDMA chip market by squeezing its competition for excessive UMTS royalties.“If Qualcomm sees lower CDMA growth overall, it...
TMF puts stop to rogue consultants
DALLAS--At TeleManagement World in Dallas, a conference that forum president Jim Warner called the biggest in the U.S. since the industry`s implosion, the TeleManagement Forum launched a consultant certification program to ensure that its hard-won frameworks are being explained and implemented properly.The program is designed to accredit specialists for competency in the TMF`s standards and...
Cogent trims loss, boosts revenue
Revenues were up and losses were down at Cogent Communications, which reported significant growth in corporate customers.According to Thomson First Call, however, the loss per share of 37 cents was two cents higher than analysts expected for the ISP. The total loss for the period was $16.1 million, compared to $26.5 million for the third quarter of 2004.Net service revenue was $33.8 million for...
Widevine snares TVN with watermarking
SAN DIEGO--Widevine Technologies announced at the Telco TV show that it has signed a deal with TVN Entertainment to deploy the vendor’s Mensor technology to watermark its entire video-on-demand content line-up.The deal is the first publicly announced customer since Widevine unveiled the product, which is designed to give content owners an additional layer of protection against piracy....
Power center shifting in IPTV
SAN DIEGO—In the emerging IPTV world, the center power is moving away from set-top box vendors and toward a more diverse group of software and content providers, according to Andrew Bovingdon, head of marketing and product management for ANT Software.What makes the statement somewhat unique is that ANT generally has relied on its relationships with set-top makers to get into the telco video.“If...
Amid criticism, Qualcomm moves forward with BREW, new products
After two weeks of trading blows with GSM vendors over intellectual properties, Qualcomm today returned to business as usual, announcing a slew of new product initiatives and a key win for its BREW platform in the GSM community. Qualcomm signaled its plans to branch out into the microprocessor space, announcing it “Scorpion.” Its Internet Services division also revealed it has found its first GSM...
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