Archive for September 14th, 2009

4G World pre-show wrap: DragonWave looks deeper into the network

DragonWave (TSE:DWI) has ambitious plans for its new monster of a backhaul radio. Delivering up to 4 Gb/s, it’s new Horizon Quantum is ideal system to push point-to-point radio from the network edge deep into the core–or so DragonWave hopes. more

Why T-Mobile, Sprint combined is good for competitors

There have been rumors in the past week that T-Mobile parent company Deutsche Telecom (NYSE:DT) is mulling an acquisition of third largest US carrier Sprint (NYSE:S) as part of a spending spree aimed at reviving its struggling T-Mobile brand. UK’s Telegraph reported that DT is working with its banking advisors to bid for Sprint as soon as in the new few weeks. The acquisition would be DT’s second consolidation play after forming a joint venture with Orange in the UK.  If it goes through, it could also have the opposite of its intended affect – actually helping out its competitors, AT&T (NYSE:T) and Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ, NYSE:VOD). more

NRTC, NTCA revamp IPTV programming

The National Rural Telecommunications Cooperative (NRTC) has had a busy year since one of its key partners SES Americom announced it was shutting down its wholesale IPTV programming service, IP Prime. In its latest move to appeal to the rural market, the cooperative announced today it is working with the National Telecommunications Cooperative Association (NTCA) to improve their programming offer, now renamed “TelcoVideomore

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