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Lambdas Bulk Up Lit Fiber

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Long-haul and metro network operators are beginning to wring value from already-lit fiber by selling individual wavelengths of light to bandwidth-hungry businesses not rich enough to afford individual fibers for different data services.

Frequency Faux Pas

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The Federal Communications Commission was twice smacked hard in the face: first when an appeals court overturned the panel's decision to take back and reauction NextWave Telecom's wireless licenses and then again when the U.S. Supreme Court said it wouldn

#4 FutureLink

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Learning from mistakes brightens future

Fast Breaks Newsfront: July 9, 2001

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Bandwidth trading company Arbinet-thexchange expanded its spot market for telephone minutes last week when it turned up a switch in London, letting members trade phone time on either side of the Atlantic.

GE Seeks to Profit From App Services

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General Electric is testing the waters of the application service provider market by charging companies using its marketplace subsidiary - GE Global eXchange Services - for access to a series of homegrown applications.

Fast Facts Matrix: July 9, 2001

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TMP Worldwide, owner of job-listing site Monster.com, plans to buy competitor HotJobs for about $460 million in stock.

Can Apple, Adobe Take It To The Bridge?

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Oops, I did it again. I fear I'm starting to sound like a kid who's eaten too much chocolate birthday cake before the arrival of the piñata, but I just can't resist taking another bash at the curious relationship between Adobe Systems and Mac OS X.

Latest Netscape Supports LDAP

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For the most part, the improvements Netscape has made in the beta of Version 6.1 of its namesake Web browser are aimed at everyday users.

Will Microsoft Embrace or Deface XML?

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In my reviews of XML standards and Microsoft's .Net products, I've consistently questioned whether Microsoft will support the standards and, if so, how fully.

MSPs Join Hands to Survive

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Companies find partnering is key to acceptance

Web Services Network in the Works

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Unlike the major software vendors that are providing tools and platforms to build and deploy Web services, startup Grand Central Networks Inc. is trying to be the conductor.

Investors Raise Heat on CA

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Sam Wyly's Ranger group plots takeover, but company's recent positive results belie group's charges

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