I just got off the phone with Nortel’s CEO Mike Zafirovski, who told me that “we’ve not lost a single customer since we filed [for bankruptcy protection].” As you’ll recall, Nortel filed for Chapter 11 in January, and competitors have been trying to chip away at its customer base ever since.
It’s interesting how many companies continue to tout the upcoming 802.11n Wi-Fi standard as the best way to send video files around the home, even when there continues to be…
Networking gearmaker Juniper just dropped its lawsuit against Light Reading message board users. Kudos to Juniper for nixing a lawsuit that only resulted in bad publicity for the company.
Juniper clearly knows how to sell networking gear. It’s been stuck in high-gear in recent years, winning hefty helpings of market share, not to mention a 90s-style valuation from investors….
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