- October 11, 2007
As their markets shrink, landline companies shift their focus from POTS to a more integrated approach.
- October 09, 2007
AT&T's VDSL and Verizon's fiber strategies are both tailored to their markets, but both face high hurdles.
- October 02, 2007
IPv6 has become a focus for Verizon and other service providers as IPv4 addresses disappear.
- September 20, 2007
Multimedia services and IMS traffic management for service providers have become a bit easier with F5 BIG-IP Local Traffic Manager (LTM).
- September 11, 2007
Telecom fiber deployments for services like video and IPTV could threaten the incumbent cable providers as telcos strive to become multiple service operators (MSOs), according to a recent iSuppli report.
- August 28, 2007
FMC and IMS are top of the to-do lists of service providers that are trying to differentiate themselves from the competition, according to a recent Infonetics Research study.
- July 16, 2007
Verizon finalized its acquisition of Cybertrust last week, increasing the telecom carrier's security expertise and service offerings.
- July 15, 2007
Municipal Wi-Fi projects in Chicago, Seattle and San Francisco have helped residents gain broadband access.
- July 10, 2007
Fiber optic networks require security measures to ward off fiber taps and intrusions.
- June 22, 2006
Like many Internet protocols, SIP was designed with simplicity, not security, in mind. And, although H.323 was created to meet broader goals, security issues have plagued it as well. Expert Lisa Phifer examines some of the vulnerabilities in this ...
- November 04, 2004
Panelists at the Next Generation Networks conference were bullish on SIP's capabilities and its future, while one of Cisco's top strategists explained why it has delayed end-to-end SIP support in CallManager.
- October 18, 2002
A Yankee Group analyst who spoke at Networking Decisions said companies should think of VoIP technology as more than a way to save money.
- August 06, 2001
While Synchronous Optical Networking is generally considered superior to Ethernet in both general robustness and in technological areas related to timing and synchronization, Gig E still comes in first.
- March 02, 2001 02 Mar'01