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Telekom Austria steps up its Fiber to the X plans

Telekom Austria (NYSE: TKA) likes what it sees with its hybrid fiber/copper VDSL network, so it's going to expand the network footprint to cover 40 percent, or 1.59 million of the country's homes by

News In Brief: O2, Nokia, Alcatel-Lucent, IDC, NTC, PCCW, Korea Telecom

UK fraudsters cost carriers millions after using fraudulently-bought SIMs for the iPhone and other smartphones to call

Australia begins first phase of NBN network buildout

Australia's National Broadband Network may continue to be the subject of political debate but that's not stopping it from starting the construction of its ambitious last mile fiber open access

Infonetics: North America, APAC and Latin America led optical market in Q2

Carrier spending on optical equipment was on the rebound in Q2 2010 as service providers geared up to meet increased consumer and business bandwidth demands. According to Infonetics Research's Q2

Report: Optical network market shows strong growth; ends Q2 at $3.05 billion

New research says the optical network equipment market has seen a strong upsurge in the North America, Asia Pacific and Central and Latin America regions in the second quarter of 2010, driven

LTE: Telecom Italia enters final test phase

Having received the Italian government OK to continue trials for the rest of 2010, Telecom Italia Mobile (TIM) has started the second and final phase of its LTE tests. The company, which will use two

Cisco: Fiscal Q4 earnings miss expectations, paints uncertain Q1 forecast

There's really not a lot to like about Cisco's (Nasdaq: CSCO) Q4 earnings statement and its cautious revenue forecast. Cisco's fiscal Q4 ended July 31 results of $10.8 billion, while 27 percent above

News In Brief: Apple, SingTel, Telecom Italia, France Telecom, Voxel

Apple Japan has promised to replace iPod nano units which overheat, after repor

Australian opposition coalition spells out broadband proposal

Australia's opposition coalition has introduced an alternative broadband program that, should it win in the August 21st election, will replace the Labor government's National Broadband Network (NBN)

Dell'Oro: Ericsson dips as network infrastructure market shrinks

Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC) continued to lead the global mobile network infrastructure market in the second quarter but saw its market share dip slightly, according to research firm Dell'Oro. The firm,