Networking Technology

Optical Wireless Communications Enable Internet To Cross Rivers: Jeff Kagan

Jeff Kagan | |

It seems the more we build the Internet, the more capacity and reach we need. There have always been roadblocks to building this vast network, however, and this problem is only growing and has been slow and expensive to fix. One such roadblock is crossing a river, stream or lake. Now, optical wireless communications technology solves this problem.

When installing the Internet network, often the deployment reaches water like a stream, river or larg...

Cisco Beats Estimates For Fiscal Q4 But Disappoints With Current Quarter Forecast

Reuters | |

(Reuters) - Cisco Systems Inc on Wednesday forecast first-quarter revenue and profit below Wall Street estimates and laid out a restructuring plan, as the coronavirus crisis forced its clients to hold back spending.

Shares of the top network equipment maker fell nearly 5% after the bell.

The restructuring, which includes a voluntary early retirement program and layoffs, will begin this quarter, the company said, adding that it expected to recognize a related one-time charge of...

Qualcomm, Ericsson, Nokia Benefit as Huawei Struggles: Jeff Kagan

Jeff Kagan | |

This will be the most important growth decade the wireless industry has ever seen. Things continue to rapidly ramp up in the transformation to 5G. However, something very interesting is happening. As Huawei seems to be increasingly struggling in a growing number of countries worldwide, Qualcomm, Ericsson and Nokia seem to be ramping up.

This is a very big deal. Qualcomm and Huawei have become the two most powerful world-wide leaders in wireless network technology. Ericsso...

Qualcomm To Ask Appeals Court for Vindication in FTC Antitrust Case

Reuters | |

Qualcomm will urge a U.S. appeals court to reverse a ruling that it abused its position as a giant of the semiconductor industry.

Lattice Semiconductor: Strong Growth Under New Management

Stephen L Kanaval | |

LSCC's decision to focus on low power FPGAs is paying off.

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