Archive for October 30th, 2009

Juniper rings bell on new direction

Juniper rang the bell to start off the juniper.gifday at the New York Stock Exchange yesterday and sounded off with a slew of announcements and a grand vision for how its products fit into tomorrow’s networks, including service provider IP core and mobile networks. more

Sprint jumps on open app store bandwagon

Everybody’s doing it and as Sprint (NYSE:S) demonstrated in its earnings yesterday, it really can’t afford to be left behind. The carrier announced today at its Open Developer Conference that it will introduce a new, more open application store in future feature-phones, and it will replace its existing built-in offerings on future BlackBerry and Windows Mobile 6.5 devices. more

Meet the 3GPP’s newest member: the CDMA Development Group

If you needed any final proof the cellular technology wars are over, the CDMA Development Group provided it this week. It has officially joined the 3rd Generation Partnership Project, the central standards body for the GSM community, as a market representation partner. Its job is to help with the transition of CDMA operators to long-term evolution networks. more

Will ‘Google Neutrality’ idea take hold?

The funny thing about the Web and content industry’s haranguing for “network” neutrality is that despite its “don’t be evil” guiding principle Google is as well positioned as any company to wield its power in less than neutral ways. more


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