The two firms say they have achieved the fastest fiber speeds to date.
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A Scottish rural broadband effort and an augmented reality research push are among the 10 projects that are getting funding from the government's Technology Strategy Board
Alcatel-Lucent has appointed former BT chief executive Ben Verwaayen as its new chief executive
Verwaayen returns to his roots
Ericsson's profit warning is symptomatic of a market in transition. That makes WiMax's task harder, not easier
Could telecoms be about to grow again? Peter Judge thinks so, and there's even one analyst out there who thinks the slump never happened at all.
Viruses attacked, privacy was infringed, Apple won't be sued after all, and people stopped waiting for ADSL... the week according to The Schmoozer
This morning's Guardian reports that BT is rethinking its future mobile strategy with a number of other papers predicting the wholesale spinning off of the company's BT Wireless arm as the UK telco looks to overcome its escalating debts.
Lucent Technologies Thursday announced that it has received a letter of award from BT for a five-year agreement to build an optical network in the UK that will form the backbone of BT's next-generation Global Transport Network (GTN), the company said. Both parties expect an agreement to be concluded in early December.
MondayFriend phones up: they've got a nascent Web site cooking away in FrontPage, and "there's no server on port 80!" What, they demand, is going on?
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