Archive for September 10th, 2009

Broadband stimulus applicants abound; who needs big carriers?

Government Technology raises an interesting question about the broadband stimulus initiative: Should anyone care if big broadband providers don’t like the rules? more

Google threatens telcos with SMS, payment ‘pricks’

What’s the saying? Death by 1000 pricks?

Telecom service providers are certainly keeping close tabs on Google as a competitor, but it often seems the search giant hasn’t really made one big move that would signal its intentions. They’ve mucked around with spectrum, tweaked telcos at the FCC about DPI and other developments and launched services that seem not-quite-mainstream like Google Talk or Google Voice.

But those pricks add up, don’t they?

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OpenRange taps WiChorus for WiMax core

After announcing its first customer last week, start-up 4G core vendor WiChorustoday piled on a second. While smaller than Clearwire (NASDAQ:CLWR), Open Range Communications is one of the largest operators focusing strictly onrural developments, targeting 546 communities in 17 states. more

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