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Adtran gets Luminous RPR for ‘next to nothing’
Adtran has acquired the intellectual property and product rights of Luminous Networks, a defunct vendor of resilient packet ring (RPR) equipment. The cash acquisition cost “next to nothing,” according to Jay Wilson, Adtran’s vice president of product marketing.Wilson wouldn’t be more specific, but he hinted that Adtran paid less than $1 million for the remains of Luminous, which collected a total...
Adtran still waiting for AT&T’s return
Despite a false impression left in the first quarter, Adtran is still waiting for AT&T to resume the level of spending it did before the approach of its merger with BellSouth late last year. The vendor’s broadband access revenue was up 10% sequentially but down 6% from a year earlier to about $20 million in the second quarter, it reported today. Its total revenue for the quarter was nearly...
Adva aims to create new product category--carrier Ethernet edge gateway
ADVA Optical Networking said a new product it announced this week is likely to create an entirely new product category, which the company is calling a carrier Ethernet edge gateway. More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room The product, known as the FSP 150 EG-X, is...
Aepona, Appium merge
Telecom service layer software firms Aepona and Appium have agreed to merge to chase the growing market for service delivery platforms. That market is forecast by OSS Observer to grow from $1.4 billion this year to $3.2 billion by 2011.The combined company will retain the Aepona name. Aepona currently is headquartered in Belfast, United Kingdom, and Appium, which develops application server and...
After 15 months, NSN-Moto deal finalized
Nokia Siemens Networks (NYSE:NOK, NYSE:SI) closed its acquisition of Motorola Solutions’ (NYSE:MSS) commercial networks group after more than a year of regulatory wrangling and fending off challenges from competitor Huawei (CP: Huawei, Moto settle paving the way for NSN buyout). As of today, NSN takes over the groups 6900 employees and 50 wireless infrastructure contracts globally, and finds...
After hiatus, ALU re-enters 3G core market
More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room After years of leaving the 3G data core to competitors, Alcatel-Lucent (NYSE:ALU) has returned, announcing today a new line of high-powered signaling and data plane gateways aimed at addressing the enormous spikes in data traffic 3G...
After skipping 3G for LTE, MetroPCS is moving back to EV-DO
MetroPCS was unique in the U.S. wireless industry in its bold strategy to move directly from 2G to 4G. Now Metro is backtracking, making the odd move of launching 3G after it has nearly fully implemented a footprint-wide LTE network (CP: MetroPCS completes LTE footprint). More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room ...
Agito soups up mobile VoIP for the enterprise
Agito Networks is hoping to latch on to that trend, announcing today an enterprise unified communications platforms that combines the mobile VoIP calling client with an enterprise unified communications platform.While Skype and Truphone ply the consumer and prosumer circuits, Agito is tackling the enterprise side of the market, which typically requires that any communications solution integrate...
Air Broadband uses Fujitsu WiMAX SoC
Fujitsu Microelectronics America and Air Broadband Communications, a maker of WiMAX and Wi-Fi switches and management systems, announced that the latter vendor has chosen the Fujitsu WiMAX System-on-Chip (SoC) for its new wireless IP switch/router implementations for WiMAX access control routers and base stations. The Fujitsu WiMAX SoC, the MB87M3400, was introduced in April 2005 at the...
Aircell on board for in-flight LTE
Yet another CDMA operator has thrown in its lot with the Long-Term Evolution (LTE) camp, though it’s not among the traditional service providers such as Sprint and Alltel. Aircell, a provider of broadband wireless services to commercial and private aircraft, announced its intentions to deploy LTE today, sizably boosting the capacity of its CDMA EV-DO network.Aircell runs a 92-cell-site network...
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