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Sun, 09/09/2001 - 8:00pm
Anne Kerven
Riverstone Networks Inc. says it shipped its one-thousandth MPLS router port this week. The metro area network company ships the routers to six telecom carriers. No more word on the lawsuit it filed last month against Tellabs, though. … Network Elements Inc. launched a 10 Gbps optical networking module with integrated "multiprotocol protocol processing." The module supports 10-gig Ethernet, Packet-over-Sonet and Sonet/SDH applications in LANs, MANs and WANs. … Cisco Systems Inc. and Verizon will jointly market a high-speed work-at-home service that targets Fortune 1000 and government customers in the United States. Cisco will pitch in the equipment to work with Verizon's IP-enabled network. First on the list: customers in New York and Washington, D.C. … 360networks expects to file its Q2 financial statements by the end of this month, it says in its every-two-week-or-so announcement. The delay stems from requirements from the company's bankruptcy proceedings. … Lucent Technologies will replace its discontinued PathStar Access Service with its 5ESS switch and 7R/E network architecture in a deal with Network Telephone Corp. NTC says the replacements will complement its existing data network in 161 markets in the Southeast. Terms of the agreement were undisclosed. PathStar was the subject of a May criminal conspiracy charge against three men, two of whom were Lucent scientists. PathStar lets ISPs provide voice and data over IP packet networks, according to the complaint. …

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