- May 22, 2008
Seeking an answer to the iPhone and declining voice revenue, carriers embrace Android while continuing to support LiMo.
- May 15, 2008
AT&T ranked highest among the telecoms (15th overall) in an Aberdeen Group survey of the companies most influential on businesses.
- May 08, 2008
Sprint's WiMax should beat competitors to market, LTE's shadow looms large with its broader provider base. Experts wonder whether WiMax can save the company.
- May 01, 2008
Early trials have seen success, but femtocells must overcome several technical hurdles before becoming mainstream in cellular networks.
- April 25, 2008
Qwest rolled out two high-speed, fiber-based Internet services, but plans for IPTV to go with them aren't on the roadmap yet.
- April 24, 2008
Nemertes Research gave 11 major and emerging telecom service providers awards for excellence in advanced communications services following its enterprise surveys.
- April 24, 2008
IPTV won't completely change the television game anytime soon, but it puts telecoms in a strong competitive position as they seek to broaden their portfolios.
- April 23, 2008
If 2007 was the year of headlines about massive corporate data breaches that put private customer and employee records into the wrong hands, 2008 could be the year when corporate entities get their act together on data loss prevention (DPL). ...
- April 17, 2008
Burnt once by a telecom meltdown, backhaul providers are better prepared to weather a possible recession while keeping prices in check.
- April 08, 2008
IPTV media centers like Microsoft's Mediaroom are becoming an important way for telecoms to deliver added services and garner revenue.
- April 04, 2008
In an environment where change is the only constant, service providers are faced with consolidating operations from a variety of acquisitions while they're reinventing themselves as visionary "next-gen" providers, even though the successful ...
- April 03, 2008
Telecoms looking for service revenue turn to open source as enterprises demand SIP trunking and support for Asterisk PBX.
- April 01, 2008
Juniper hopes to cut down wireless backhaul expenses while boosting speed with its new MX 7000 multi-access gateway appliance.
- March 25, 2008
A new tool from Xangati helped EATEL cut customer service trips and call times by letting level 1 help-desk agents peek into customer connections.
- March 18, 2008
A wireless price war may be brewing now that all the major carriers have begun to offer unlimited voice plans. But in the future, carriers will rely on the Internet, mobile TV, and even advertising to help stave off low margins.