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Wireless gaming awaits market breakthrough
Mobile gaming for now remains the killer app that still hasn`t knocked `em dead, but market growth and maturity might be on the way if the wireless industry can overcome some key hurdles. The less-than-ubiquitous availability of game-capable handsets, a high-cost game title licensing structure and a previous lack of innovative marketing and pricing strategies may have thus far limited a mobile...
With iPhone in the wings, Verizon mobile data growth continues unabated
Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ, NYSE:VOD) is one iPhone launch away from what will probably be its most successful quarter in its history in terms of gross and net subscriber additions. That said, Verizon Wireless performed not too shabbily in the fourth quarter without it. More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room ...
With Sprint M2M deal, Axeda seeking direct links with operators
Axeda has teamed up with Sprint (NYSE:S) to directly integrate Axeda’s machine-to-machine (M2M) communications application platform with the operator’s CDMA network in what Axeda CEO Dale Calder said would be the first of several alliances made directly with wireless operators. More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room ...
World Cup put mobile data networks to the test
More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room If carriers were wondering how a single major sporting event would affect their mobile data networks, the World Cup this summer provided a good preview. Deep packet inspection vendor Allot Communications (NASDAQ:ALLT) performed an analysis...
WorldNet wields all-IP network to compete in Puerto Rico
Puerto Rican competitive carrier WorldNet Telecommunications took advantage of Puerto Rican Law 213 – the island’s equivalent of the US Telecom Act – to jump into the resale business and use UNE-P lines purchase from incumbent PRTC to build a profitable business. When it became obvious that UNE-P wasn’t a long-term strategy, however, the carrier faced a difficult choice: WorldNet could...
XKL’s metro optical gear goes regional
Equipment vendor XKL is adding amplifiers to its dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) optical gear that the company believes will encourage its use in regional networks after having been applied mainly to metros and large enterprises thus far.XKL pointed to a network of 40 10-gigabit-per-second links the company recently built in a lab environment (using actual spans of fiber) spanning...
XO enhances Ethernet
XO Communications today announced enhancements to its Ethernet product portfolio intended to extend the reach of its copper-based Ethernet offering and make higher speeds more affordable to its customer base. Based on its experience deploying the Hatteras Networks’ Ethernet over copper technology, XO now is offering service to businesses within 11,000 feet of a point of presence or collocation...
XO lights more cross-country fiber
XO Communications is lighting another fiber pair along its cross-country backbone network to keep up with demand for long-haul transport services, the company announced today.The carrier will light two new fiber strands between the New York and Washington, D.C., areas and the Los Angeles and San Francisco areas, adding 800 Gb/s of capacity coast-to-coast.XO is lighting its own fiber using...
XO revenues fall, loss grows
XO Communications saw growth in its commercial and wholesale segments but posted a higher net loss on slightly lower revenues for the first quarter of 2006. Adjusted EBITDA grew slightly to $22.5 million from $22.2 million in the first quarter of 2005. For the wireline business, adjusted EBITDA was $17.4 million. Revenues of $349.7 million were down from $351.2 million in the fourth quarter of...
XO shakes up pricing models
CLEC XO moves to bandwidth-based pricingXO Communications continued its aggressive assault on the competitive services market today with a new pricing strategy that lets customers pay strictly for bandwidth and not for a specific number of access lines. In addition, XO announced expansions to its service portfolio including higher bandwidth options for its XO IP Flex converged services product...
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