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Ciena's Nigel Williams: 'Partners Are a Key Route to Market'
Networking gear maker Ciena Corp. may not be a go-to name among services-centric channel partners but Nigel Williams aims to change that.
Through the Roof?
The Parsippany, N.J.-based company, which controls the largest group of real-estate agents in the country, including brands such as Century 21 and Coldwell Banker, made its debut Wednesday at $27 a share�the high end of the expected pricing ...
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Clearwire to use Huawei equipment in network upgrade
Clearwire's biggest shareholder and customer is Sprint Nextel (S.N), which provides telecom services to the U.S. government. Sprint, which is being taken over by Softbank Corp (9984.T), plans to use the Clearwire high-speed network to boost its ...
Clearwire selects Huawei as one of its LTE vendors  FierceWireless
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A US SaaS provider comes north
Soonr's customers include consulting companies, real estate and construction firms and international IT companies, including networking equipment maker Ciena Corp., which has an Ottawa division. Al Lounsbury, Ciena's Ottawa-based director of digital ...
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10 Companies with Comfortably Low Debt
CIENA Corp. (CIEN, Earnings, Analysts, Financials): Provides communications networking equipment, software, and services that support the transport, switching, aggregation, and management of voice, video, and data traffic.
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Tips & Tricks: Thunderbolt extends FireWire benefits
The answer for the last two decades has been a single product from Pixela Corp. that advertised the ability to connect a single 1394 camcorder to a USB port when running WinXP.
EE Times' Silicon 60: Hot startups to watch
Adesto Technologies Corp. (Sunnyvale, Calif.) was founded by CEO Narbeh Derhacobian in 2006. The company is developing a nonvolatile memory based on programmable metallization cell technology licensed from Axon Technologies Corp., a spinoff of ...
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Globalfoundries 14-nm is 'low-shrink' node
Globalfoundries' next process has been labeled XM standing for extreme mobility indicating the company expects to provide market-leading performance and power consumption.
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Achronix to license out FPGA IP
will continue to market high-performance 22-nm FPGAs built by Intel Corp. on a foundry basis. But, in an effort to get into higher volume markets like mobile and consumer applications, Achronix will also license its FPGA fabric to serve as an insurance ...
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Tilera launches 9-core network processor
LONDON - Fabless chip company Tilera Corp. (San Jose, Calif.) has announced the availability of the Tile-Gx9, a 64-bit 9-core processor targeted at applications in networking, multimedia, storage and general purpose computing and implemented in 40-nm ...
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