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Telecom New Zealand's 3G network on the fritz

Telecom New Zealand's new 3G network has been plagued with major outages during the past month, prompting the operator's CEO Paul Reynolds to put its 3G vendor Alcatel Lucent on notice, according to

AlcaLu goes into damage control over NZ network failures

Cisco, Juniper lose routing market share in 2009

Cisco and Juniper Networks both lost substantial share in the carrier switch and routing market in 2009, according to Infonetics.   The research firm said Cisco an

AT&T continues to follow Verizon's LTE footsteps

AT&T Mobility appears to be following its rival Verizon in terms of its preparations for rolling out its LTE network, although it is happening a year later. Like Verizon, AT&T recently chose

Infonetics: IP edge sales drive up switch, router market

Strong sales of IP edge routers helped drive worldwide revenue of routers and switches 17 percent in Q4 09. However compelling the fourth quarter was, it could not prevent a 12 percent decline to

GSMA adopts IMS-based voice over LTE solution

The GSM Association adopted the Voice over LTE (VoLTE) initiative, formerly known as One Voice, a move that is expected to help mobile device makers move ahead to provide handsets for LTE networks.

Dell'Oro: Ericsson bounds ahead of rival vendors in Q4

Ericsson increased its market share in the global mobile infrastructure market in the fourth quarter, according to research firm Dell'Oro, on the strength of its acquisition of bankrupt Nortel

Qwest enhances its cloud-computing capabilities

Qwest has responded to its enterprise and government customers' needs for hosting and cloud-based services by opening its 17th nationwide data center and its third center located in the Washington

Mobile must become "society-centric": Verwaayen

Mobile broadband’s next phase of growth should be shaped via new business models designed to serve society as a whole, not just customers, said

News In Brief: Facebook, Fastweb, Alca-Lu, VIVACOM, Bouygues, NEC

Facebook has launched a low-bandwidth, text-only version of its mobile site called Facebook Zero, in an effort to encourage mobile usage and open the site up to more users.