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AT&T, Alcatel-Lucent identify throttling defect

AT&T and Alcatel-Lucent announced they have identified a flaw that impacts uplink performance on HSUPA-enabled wireless devices. Discovered about a month ago, the software defect throttles upload

Is AT&T's VDSL pair bonding enough to compete with cable?

After three years of delays and various unintentional setbacks, AT&T (NYSE: T) finally revealed last week that it would start rolling out pair bonded VDSL to extend the reach of its U-Verse

The competition: WiFi connections leading the way as AT&T expands wireless presence

AT&T (NYSE: T), as it has long maintained, is no longer a traditional telephone company. Broadband wireless (e.g. the iPhone) and U-Verse video entertainment were important elements of the

AT&T's Q2: IPTV, business services save the wireline day

AT&T's (NYSE: T) Q2 wireline market segment results once again show how much IP-based services, in particular its U-Verse suite and business services, have on the future growth of a segment

AT&T's net adds soar with 3.2M iPhone activations

AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) once again experienced strong quarterly subscriber growth, largely thanks to Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) and the launch of the iPhone 4. AT&T reported that in the second

AT&T sees first ever $1B revenue quarter for U-verse as IPTV drives telco's consumer business

AT&T continued to ride the back of its wireline data service and U-verse television product in the second quarter, adding more than 209,000 subscribers to take it over 2.5 million overall, and

Inside Apple and AT&T's 'loveless' marriage

Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) and AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) have faced their ups and downs since the carrier became the exclusive provider for the iPhone in 2007. Indeed, the two companies currently face

Harbinger forges $7B LTE pact with Nokia Siemens

Harbinger Capital Partners (a Fierce 15 winner) awarded an eight-year, $7 billion contract to Nokia Siemens Networks to provide the network design and equipment for its wholesale LTE network, which

AT&T, Verizon earnings will focus on data and smartphones

Both AT&T (NYSE: T) and Verizon Communications (NYSE: VZ) will report earnings this week, and, as usual, the companies are expected to see the most growth in their wireless division. The focus,

AT&T: Bonded VDSL is here for real

AT&T's (NYSE: T) deployment of bonded VDSL--one that's seen various delays dating back to 2007--now appears to be on track. Designed to be a response to cable's DOCSIS 3.0 drive, a Broadband DSL