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Daily news and top headlines for broadband communications engineering and design professionals

FCC challenged on high-speed Internet ruling

March 25, 2002 7:00 pm | by Reuters | Comments

Copyright 2002 San Jose Mercury News All Rights Reserved San Jose Mercury News…03/26/2002 From LexisNexis Verizon Communications, EarthLink and public interest groups went to court Monday to challenge a decision by the Federal Communications Commission to insulate high-speed cable Internet service from extensive regulations.

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Judge OKs altered Global deal

March 25, 2002 7:00 pm | by Reuters | Comments

Copyright 2002 / Los Angeles Times Los Angeles Times…03/26/2002 From LexisNexis A federal Bankruptcy Court ruling Monday set the stage for what could be a highly contested auction for telecommunications company Global Crossing Ltd. and its worldwide network of high-speed, fiber-optic cable. The U.

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AOL to take $54 B quarterly charge

March 25, 2002 7:00 pm | by Reshma Kapadia Reuters | Comments

Copyright 2002 San Jose Mercury News All Rights Reserved San Jose Mercury News…03/26/2002 From LexisNexis AOL Time Warner will take a $54 billion quarterly charge, likely to be the largest on record, to reflect a steep decline in the value of AOL's purchase of Time Warner, the Internet and media giant said in its annual report released Monday.

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Yipes joins Chapter 11 club

March 25, 2002 7:00 pm | by Karen Brown | Comments

The latest broadband communications provider to join the Chapter 11 club is Yipes Communications Inc. The San Francisco-based service provider filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Friday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in San Francisco as it tries to restructure its business. Yipes provides broadband business connections based on Ethernet technology ranging from 1 Megabit per second to 1 Gigabit per second...

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Liberate narrows losses in Q4, touts PopTV Premier takers

March 25, 2002 7:00 pm | by Anne Kerven | Comments

Fresh from filing an infringement lawsuit last week, Liberate Technologies turned to financials, where it narrowed its losses and saw its revenue jump more than 50 percent in its third quarter. The middleware provider also announced the first takers of its PopTV Premier Partner Program. Liberate's actual revenue rose to $23.

Wave7 picks up $3 M from Mellon in Series B

March 24, 2002 7:00 pm | by Anne Kerven | Comments

Mellon Ventures Inc. injected $3 million into Wave7 Optics' second round of financing, bringing the equipment maker's Series B total to $23 million. Other investors in the round include Advanced Technology Ventures, Armada Venture Partners, Morganthaler and Lucent Ventures Partners. The funds will go toward Wave7's introduction of its Last Mile Link package of optical access products, which pro...

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Magis lands funding from SANYO

March 24, 2002 7:00 pm | by Anne Kerven | Comments

SANYO invested an undisclosed amount in Magis Networks Inc. as a first step toward using the company's Air5-based chipset. Under the deal, Hitachi will promote Magis' technology as a worldwide standard for 802.11a technology, and the two will develop common roadmaps and product applications, Magis says.

Radiance joins content delivery crowd

March 24, 2002 7:00 pm | by Duffy Hayes | Comments

A new company, promising managed delivery of large digital assets across the Internet, debuted today, further crowding an already growing market for content delivery services. Flush with $17 million in initial funding, Los Altos, Calif.-based Radiance Technologies today announced its TrueDelivery software platform, aimed at enterprise customers with a need to assure delivery of large, media-ric...

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Many more Nortel jobs must go, analysts say

March 24, 2002 7:00 pm | by Anne Kerven | Comments

Copyright 2002 Toronto Star Newspapers, Ltd. The Record (Kitchener-Waterloo)…03/23/2002 From LexisNexis Nortel Networks Corp. must slash as many as 10,000 more jobs, on top of 50,000 it has already eliminated, to meet its financial obligations, according to a growing number of analysts. Another round of downsizing by Canada's largest technology company is seen as the only way it can stay ...

Boucher blasts FCC, CableLabs on secret licensing pacts

March 24, 2002 7:00 pm | by Brigitte Greenberg | Comments

Copyright 2002 Warren Publishing, Inc. Communications Daily…03/25/2002 From LexisNexis Rep. Boucher (D-Va.), member of House Telecom Subcommittee, called on the Federal Communications Commission to make public the latest license agreement that CableLabs requires manufacturers to sign before they can bring to market navigation devices that connect to cable systems.

Time Warner shares the VOD wealth with nCUBE

March 24, 2002 7:00 pm | by Jeff Baumgartner | Comments

Pushing ahead with its multi-vendor approach to video-on-demand, Time Warner Cable said Monday it will deploy nCUBE equipment to offer VOD in seven additional markets. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Time Warner Cable is deploying nCUBE's n4 video servers and VOD management platform in Los Angeles and, reportedly, in the MSO's coveted New York City market.

EarthLink debuts on TWC/Waco; Jedai hires new execs

March 24, 2002 7:00 pm | by Anne Kerven | Comments

EarthLink Inc. launched service to 184,000 homes in Time Warner Cable's Waco, Texas, service area, bringing the ISP's total debuts on TWC systems to about 25. TWC is pursing multi-ISP deals with several ISPs as part of a mandate stemming from AOL's merger with Time Warner. AOL also launched high-speed service in the area.

Office market 2Wire's new target

March 24, 2002 7:00 pm | by Duffy Hayes | Comments

Home-network gateway makers are growing more enamored with the small- to medium-sized business market, and products aimed at that market are only starting to emerge. A player in the residential gateway market, San Jose, Calif.-based 2Wire Inc., released the OfficePortal broadband router line to address the networking needs of small and SOHO businesses.

DirecTV files signal theft lawsuit against radio host

March 21, 2002 7:00 pm | by Anne Kerven | Comments

Call DirecTV Inc. unamused. The satellite company has filed a lawsuit against New York-based WFAN sports radio personality Sid Rosenberg over comments DirecTV says he made over the air. During a March 11 Imus in the Morning show with Don Imus, DirecTV says Rosenberg told Imus he had used an illegally modified DirecTV access card and urged Imus to do likewise.

E-mail overload sends 10,000 e-mails into oblivion

March 21, 2002 7:00 pm | by Sean Silcoff | Comments

Copyright 2002 National Post, All Rights Reserved National Post (f/k/a The Financial Post)…03/22/2002 From LexisNexis MONTREAL - Videotron Ltee, Quebec's largest cable company, says it will apologize to more than 300,000 of its Internet customers after losing an estimated 10,000 to 12,500 e-mails Tuesday night.

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