• Motorola Demonstrates Technologies for IPTV
    Motorola Inc. at TELECOM ’05 is demonstrating several new technologies it expects to accelerate the deployment of IPTV-based entertainment services. The products include IPTV over GPON and BPON; high-density optical networks terminals; HDTV; and multistream IP residential ...More
    October 25, 2005 Posted in News
  • VOCAL Announces New VoIP Solutions for Homes, Offices
    VOCAL Technologies Ltd. (Booth 1461) today announces its new iPBX and PBXtender solutions for home and office VoIP telephony service. The small, inexpensive devices, measuring only 3x2 inches and 1x2 inches respectively, enable VoIP users to power every telephone in their ...More
    October 25, 2005 Posted in News
  • Ceterus’ Ethernet Access Platform Expands Reach for Service Providers
    Ceterus Networks (Booth 1612), a provider of flexible transport solutions, announces the release of the UTS810 Ethernet Access Platform, the latest addition to the Ceterus Universal Transport System product family. The UTS810, with its circuit-bonding capabilities, enables ...More
    October 25, 2005 Posted in News
  • Agilent Adds Support for VoIP Signaling Analysis
    Agilent Technologies (Booth 941) announces a new add-on to its J6803A Distributed Network Analyzer (DNA) Pro network troubleshooting platform it released last June. Called the J7844A Signaling Analyzer VoIP Software, the new tool addresses VoIP quality across networks from ...More
    October 25, 2005 Posted in News
  • Mobile TeleSystems Selects NetCracker OSS Solution
    NetCracker Technology (Booth 1029), the leading global solution company enabling service providers to rapidly deliver and effectively manage convergent and content-rich offerings, has announced that Mobile TeleSystems (MTS), the largest mobile phone operator in Russia and ...More
    October 25, 2005 Posted in News
  • Panelists Debate Role and the Future of USF
    Panelists for the Wiley, Rein & Fielding LLC law and regulation series grappled over the issues surrounding the Universal Service Fund (USF) on Monday in a session — “Universal Service - Should the System Be Scrapped or Can it Be Fixed?” — that prompted debate and, ...More
    October 25, 2005 By Kelly Teal Posted in News
  • Expo Hall Preview Party Showcases What’s Next
    TELECOM ’05 attendees got a two-hour sneak peek of what’s next for the industry in Monday’s Exhibit Hall Preview Party sponsored by Siemens and Starz Entertainment Group LLC. “There is extraordinary energy and enthusiasm for the new technologies on display on the TELECOM ...More
    October 25, 2005 Posted in News
  • Upbeat Opening Showcases Blurring Business Lines
    For the traditional telecom crowd, USTelecom’s “opening remarks” were an exciting multimedia affair set against the backdrop of contemporary music and MTV-style sound bites and images. As Marshall McLuhan would say, the medium is the message. This departure of form is in ...More
    October 25, 2005 Posted in News
  • OEN Signs Deal with ViewNow
    Optical Entertainment Network (OEN) announced today at TELECOM ’05 that it has signed a long-term digital IP carriage agreement with ViewNow, a Los Angeles-based company that will provide OEN with all of its video on demand (VOD) programming. OEN has acquired programming ...More
    October 25, 2005 Posted in News
  • ATIS Forum Offers Clarity on Hot Technologies: VoIP, IMS,WiMAX
    Top technologists from the big four incumbent telcos yesterday at The ATIS Technology Forum laid out their visions for the converged, next-generation network. But rather than simply fueling hype about technologies like IMS, VoIP and WiMAX, these executives offered a dose of ...More
    October 25, 2005 By Paula Bernier Posted in News