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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...
Acme decomposes SBC
Going back to its roots in a way, Acme Packet has introduced new, decomposed configurations for its Net-Net session border control products. The three new configurations feature separate signaling and media control systems and will be known as the Border Gateway, the Session Controller and the Signaling Firewall.The systems will still be supported on the company’s Net 4000 and Net 9000 hardware...
Acme Packet gets RUS for session border control
Halfway through 2006, Acme Packet beat its full 2005 revenue, according to yesterday’s latest SEC filling. The rest of the year could include ringing up more revenue from independent operators thanks to long-standing deployments of its session border control solutions, particularly its Net-Net 4000 SBC, that have led to the company’s acceptance for listing by the United States Department of...
Acme Packet patrols border in Pac-West expansion
Pac-West will use Acme Packet’s Net-Net session border controllers to secure and control its network borders as it continues to roll out its VoiceSource to 36 major metropolitan markets across the U.S.Pac-West’s VoiceSource suite of services includes IP connectivity for origination and termination of voice traffic and is currently offered in six Western states. The company plans to begin...
Acme stirs fears of VoIP slowdown
A revenue shortfall announced last week from a leading vendor of voice-over-IP equipment is stoking concerns over whether macroeconomic conditions are leading to a slowdown in enterprise VoIP spending.Late last week, Acme Packet announced its second-quarter revenue would miss projected estimates by 25%. The company blamed delays in the closing of some transactions as well as a surge of shipments...
Acquisition boosts CenturyTel in Q2
CenturyTel reported solid second-quarter earnings today as the rural service provider’s acquisition of Madison River Communications positively impacted revenues and access line and Internet user numbers. The company saw operating revenues increase 13.3% to $690 million compared to its Q2 2006 figures. CenturyTel also increased its access lines to 2,205,000, and its high-speed Internet customers...
Actelis debuts Ethernet switch
Actelis Networks is charting a path of steady growth in the Carrier Ethernet space, announcing today that it is introducing a new switch, has signed a new customer and is bringing an industry veteran on board to expand operations.The Actelis ML 640 creates an intelligent, standards-based Ethernet device at the access edge, enabling more flexible provisioning of Ethernet services, better traffic...
Actus brings Ethernet rings to backhaul
Actus Networks, a four-year-old South Korean vendor of carrier Ethernet access gear, is making its public debut in North America this week at the Supercomm trade show, offering ring-based carrier Ethernet gear for wireless backhaul applications. At the show, Actus is demonstrating its new Ganesh303 carrier Ethernet aggregation device, positioning it in particular for 4G backhaul. The...
ADC buys in-building network firm LGC
ADC Telecommunications has agreed to buy in-building wireless equipment maker LGC Wireless for $169 million in cash, the two companies said today, adding LGC’s indoor radio and base station solutions to ADC’s IP radio access network portfolio.LGC supplies network operators and enterprises with indoor radio access equipment that extends CDMA and GSM networks’ range to the inside of buildings....
Adderton out at Amp’d
Amp’d Mobile founder and CEO Peter Adderton is no longer with the virtual operator, Amp’d confirmed today, leaving the door open for new leadership as the small youth-oriented mobile company navigates its way through Chapter 11 bankruptcy.An Amp’d spokeswoman said that no interim CEO has been selected yet and the company’s senior management will continue to run the company for the time being....
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