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Adva's Q4 revenues jump 13.8% on enterprise, carrier sales, but profit slips

Adva Optical Networking reported that fourth-quarter 2014 revenue rose 13.8 percent year-over-year to $97.7 million, due to a rise in enterprise network and carrier infrastructure sales, particularly in the Americas and Asia Pacific regions.

XCellAir emerges from stealth mode, launches ecosystem for LTE, Wi-Fi network optimization

Newly out of stealth mode, XCellAir is launching its own ecosystem, a network comprised of vendors of Wi-Fi access points and LTE small cell, as well as self-organizing network (SON) suppliers, to accelerate the adoption of its network optimization solutions.

Equipment, software failures cost businesses $4M a year, says Infonetics

Network downtime caused by an equipment or software failure can be costly for any business. A new Infonetics survey of 205 medium and large businesses in North America reveals that companies are losing as much as $100 million per year to downtime related to information and communication technology (ICT).

Huawei, Ericsson will go head to head with 5G demos at MWC

Huawei hailed the success of its researchers in developing new air interfaces for 5G technology that it plans to demonstrate at the forthcoming Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona, but rival Ericsson is keeping it in check with a new 5G test bed

Nokia Networks gears up for ultra-dense networks, LAA demo

Armed with the knowledge that by 2020, mobile networks will need to serve 1,000 times the traffic served in 2010, Nokia Networks is rolling out the red carpet for a smorgasbord of network technologies designed to help operators meet the challenge.

Infonetics: Ciena, Infinera, Adva benefit from uptick in data center spending

Ciena, Infinera and Adva are diversifying their businesses to include data center providers that are looking for high capacity gear to interconnect their facilities, according to a report from Infonetics Research. 

Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson, Nokia get ready to rumble at MWC

Some of the industry's biggest vendors clearly will be showcasing their wares with an eye toward 5G when they exhibit at Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona, Spain, next week.

Facebook, others look to usurp YouTube's online video position

YouTube celebrated its tenth year anniversary last Saturday on Valentine's Day, but it's clear that it is facing a steady new stream of competitors such as Facebook, Twitter and an emerging group of enterprise-class online video service providers.

Huawei, Ciena and ZTE drive WDM market past $9B, says Dell'Oro

Driven by a doubling of 100G wavelength shipments in 2014, the total WDM market grew 7 percent in 2014, reaching nearly $9.5 billion, according to a new Dell'Oro Group report.

Ericsson modular radio system leads company's MWC 2015 announcements

LONDON--Ericsson stole a march on its rivals by announcing it will launch a new modular radio network system at the forthcoming Mobile World Congress conference in Barcelona that can reduce operator's total cost of ownership by 20 per cent.