John C. Tanner
November 24, 2009
telecomasia.net
As heard at AppXchange Asia. Rule 1: don’t copy Apple.

Robert Clark
November 23, 2009
telecomasia.net
More GSMA vapor and the usual dumb-pipe fretting

John C. Tanner
November 20, 2009
telecomasia.net
Dutch-made phone already on sale in SE Asia

Robert Clark
November 17, 2009
telecomasia.net
The MAC is back

John C. Tanner
November 11, 2009
telecomasia.net
There can be only one winner

John C. Tanner
November 06, 2009
telecomasia.net
It happened at Carrier Ethernet World Asia

Robert Clark
November 05, 2009
telecomasia.net
Fat pipes and low prices

John C. Tanner
October 23, 2009
telecomasia.net
And other things I learned at Optical Transmission Vision APAC in Singapore this week.

Joseph Waring
October 08, 2009
telecomasia.net
The incredible shrinking ITU show

Joseph Waring
October 07, 2009
telecomasia.net
Panel reels before doubting official

John C. Tanner
October 05, 2009
telecomasia.net
So much for 100G: researchers have demonstrated 270G on a silicon laser. Electronics not included.

John C. Tanner
October 02, 2009
telecomasia.net
One day, your smartphone may be an ad hoc wireless P2P node – which will annoy cellcos no end

John C. Tanner
September 25, 2009
telecomasia.net
A timber-paneled handset. Because they could

Joseph Waring
September 22, 2009
telecomasia.net
Buy-back designed to "generate excitement"

Joseph Waring
September 21, 2009
telecomasia.net
Mobile operators unprepared to handle surge in network traffic from flat-rate data users

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