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Calix gets ready to go public

Calix finally made it official last Friday that it has filed for an Initial Public Offering (IPO). Since the IPO filing is only preliminary, the company did not provide how many shares would be

AlcaLu, Motorola invest in Sequans to speed up LTE chip development

Chipmaker Sequans Communications announced Alcatel-Lucent and Motorola's investment arm, Motorola Ventures, are leading a new round of capital to fund Sequans' LTE chip development program. The

News In Brief: Alcatel-Lucent, Huawei, Qantas, Synchronica, GSMA

Alcatel-Lucent has launched a mobile payment framework for operators under a JV between subsidiary touchatag and Clear2Pay as alliance partner.

Ovum: Huawei rides the Q3 09 optical revenue wave

Led by a very aggressive Asia-Pacific market, Ovum reported that the global optical networking (ON) market totaled $3.6 billion in Q3 09. However, overall growth in the market segment was down 4

TelcoTV: Focused content will help indie telcos stick out

The challenge for any telco building an IPTV business, especially a smaller independent telco that wants to compete with cable, is that they often fall into the trap of offering nothing more than

TelcoTV: Alcatel-Lucent takes the guesswork out of IPTV deployments

Alcatel-Lucent is taking advantage of this week's TelcoTV show in Orlando, Fla.--one that's typically dominated by the presence of independent telcos--to launch its Triple Play Express (TPE)

Alcatel-Lucent evolved packet core solution

This white paper provides an overview of Alcatel-Lucent’s perspective on evolved packet core and how Alcatel-Lucent is addressing radically new requirements imposed on data and control planes

OIF turns up the 100 Gbps optical volume

The Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF) has begun work on a new 100 Gbps project to define a Module Management Interface. Initially begun in the Physical and Link Layer Working Group, the new project

When will we see voice over LTE?

It was time for operators to say something about how voice and SMS will be supported on LTE networks. AT&T, Verizon, Orange, Telefonica, Vodafone and TeliaSonera came out in support of using IP

Major operators back IMS for voice over LTE

When it comes to how voice and SMS is going to be delivered over LTE, operators, with the exception of T-Mobile International, have been silent. But this week, fearing fragmentation resulting in the