- January 22, 2009
Despite Nortel's current bankruptcy woes, most of its customers are likely to give it a chance, as long as a viable plan is made public -- and soon.
- January 13, 2009
Being the default search provider may be of only marginal value, but wireless deals may set the stage for advanced search services down the road with the potential to drive real revenue.
- December 16, 2008
Internet companies are finally making concessions to service providers, but the process is slow – and far from the public eye.
- December 10, 2008
Projections vary widely about whether the telecommunications industry will continue solid growth despite the global recession. Wireless is in a strong growth position, but service providers face challenges over how to make more money from their ...
- December 09, 2008
Rogers Wireless offers some lessons learned from marketing its consumer fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) service. Carriers must understand what their subscribers are looking for from the service: lower costs or better indoor coverage.
- December 04, 2008
Driven by video-hungry consumers and telecoms looking to shave costs, the 40 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) cost-per-bit is likely to drop below the 10 GbE cost, giving the technology a quick boost toward going mainstream.
- December 02, 2008
Despite the wider economic meltdown, telecoms have some news to be thankful for, including clean balance sheets and wireless services that few customers can live without.
- November 25, 2008
A new Nemertes Research study says the Internet's structure is changing to handle multimedia content delivery just as IPv4 address shortages create network architecture problems that could slow core router performance.
- November 18, 2008
If telecom service providers are to monetize their IP networks, they need to continue transforming their operations support systems (OSSs) even during a down economy, and consider a new wholesale infrastructure model.
- November 17, 2008
The economic meltdown that is interrupting a new technology spending cycle will also create telecom industry winners that could change the provider and vendor market landscape forever, a new economic forecast says.
- November 13, 2008
3G is here to stay, so wireless carriers need to find the best strategies to maximize their profits.
- November 10, 2008
While trying to figure out how to drive more average revenue per user (ARPU) from networks increasingly converged on IP, telecom service providers now have to...
- November 06, 2008
With the FCC's approval of the Sprint-Clearwire merger, a major hurdle for a nationwide rollout of WiMax has been cleared. Now the merged company just needs investors to pony up some cash to build out the 4G network.
- October 30, 2008
With the proposal for a free national Internet access network moving forward, many industry veterans are unconcerned, except for worries the network might add interference to the airwaves.
- October 23, 2008
As LTE and WiMax battle for 4G hype in the press, the era of 3G data connections is just now beginning, presenting carriers with a number of unanswered revenue questions.