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Alcatel-Lucent
Alcatel-Lucent faces challenges in legacy product withdrawal and cable support, but IMS and CloudBand momentum look to provide a “Shift” in fortunes for the IP Platforms Division. (8/12/2014)
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Cisco
With IP and video competencies Cisco has the right DNA for today’s telco network, but has not made much progress above the networking layer. Perhaps an orthogonal approach will change its fortunes as networks evolve to NFV/SDN. (4/15/2014)
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Ericsson
There’s no doubt that Ericsson’s IP services infrastructure products are on a VoLTE-driven roll and destined for the telco cloud within a few years, but can they maintain momentum in the absence of company-led ecosystem development and support? (3/19/2014)
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GENBAND
There’s no doubt that GENBAND is ambitious; an ongoing acquisition trail continues to enlarge its portfolio. However despite being access-agnostic, can the company balance the books between a fixed network past and a mobile network future? (6/4/2014)
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Huawei
2013 saw a decline in the fortunes for some divisions of Huawei’s Carrier Networks Business. Was this a temporary “blip” or does it point to the need for the company to adopt different strategies from those that brought it to this point? (7/15/2014)
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Metaswitch
Selection by AT&T for Domain 2.0 put Metaswitch on the map, boosting its “software telco” credentials. But the next step will be crucial: to convert vision and technology into meaningful references, especially with large mobile carriers. (4/14/2014)
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Nokia Networks
A refreshed IMS application server and differentiated telco cloud solution lead the way in Nokia Networks’ IP services offering but, nearing the end of its transformation into a leaner company, it may profit by adopting a new strategic identity. (8/15/2014)
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Oracle
Oracle has launched IMS, WebRTC and MANO solutions while also integrating its acquisitions. Nevertheless, the company has yet to demonstrate that it is more than the sum of its parts and that acquired products are not languishing. (8/15/2014)
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Sonus Networks
Sonus is gaining increasing visibility in the SBC market with strong NFV/SDN support. However, with a strong enterprise focus but low visibility in the mobile market, has the company got the balance right to take advantage of a burgeoning 4G carrier market or is a strategic realignment due? (12/12/2013)
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ZTE
Having weathered financial meltdown in 2012, 2013 was a year of recovery for ZTE. However, will increased reliance on its domestic market blunt its technology edge or will a reinvented ZTE emerge during 2014? Thus far it is very difficult to tell. (3/14/2014)
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