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Fibrenoire expands some carrier Ethernet services

Montreal-based service provider says it is the first in Canada to achieve CE 2.0 certification for certain metro Ethernet services

How Nortel optical networking sale will change industry

Nokia Siemens Networks and Alcatel-Lucent are among the possible bidders looking to expand their optical networking businesses. Analysts from Gartner and Infonetics reveal their predictions

Ciena inks US$521 million deal for Nortel assets

The Linthicum, Md. telecom equipment maker has made a stalking horse offer for Nortel

Telecom vendors announce 100-Gig metro networking

A Dutch research and education network completed a trial using 100 Gbps optical networking, while Juniper has announced 100 GigE cards. The technology is one of Nortel

Vendors talk up triple-play at Supercomm

Many of the network equipment vendors at the Supercomm show in Chicago are talking about delivering voice, video and data over a single telephone line -- the so-called "triple play." But while the goal is to bring these disparate services together on a single delivery platform, each of the vendors has their own way of doing it.

IDC: China, Taiwan to be Asia’s next broadband stars

China and Taiwan will see a rapid growth in the number of broadband Internet access subscribers and will begin to challenge South Korea, currently the largest broadband market in Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), according to research released by IDC Wednesday.

Riverstone seeks to strengthen metro Ethernet

While vendors debate the definitions of metropolitan Ethernet specifications within standards groups, they continue to develop and market their proprietary alternatives outside the standards bodies.

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