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Tekelec leads Diameter signaling controller market

Tekelec leads the market for Diameter signaling controllers used to handle data signaling for mobile devices, according to a new report from Infonetics Research.

Acme Packet new Net-Net product offering

Acme Packet announced today the release of the Net-Net 4500, an intermediate SBC offering that will sit between its existing Net-Net 4250 and 9000 products. In most configurations, the Net-Net 4500

FierceVoIP Leaders: Andy Ory, President, CEO, and Co-founder, Acme Packet

FierceVoIP: Acme Packet recently released its second quarter financials, and you were quoted as saying they were disappointing, but that you weren't overly concerned with revenue not meeting initial

Acme Packet downgrades fiscal forecast

Acme Packet downgraded its year-long prediction for total revenue by nearly 20 percent, according to its quarterly financial statement released Thursday. The company

A Glass Half Full

Trying to figure out how the price of oil, rising prices, and a code orange financial sector will affect the IP communications industry is a crap shoot. Some analysts are looking towards the Aug. 7

Acme Packet: Canary in the (VoIP) Coal Mine?

Last week, Acme Packet announced its second quarter revenues didn't match projections. Is Acme's shortfall indicative of a flu for the VoIP industry? Acme's second quarter revenue missed projected

Acme Packet Enhances SLA Tools

On the eve of NXTcomm, Acme Packet announced a number of service monitoring enhancements to its Net-Net family of products. New features include IBM Tivoli Netcool incorporating support for Acme's

Acme Packet Reports 10 Quarters of Growth, No Change for '08 Outlook

Acme Packet, the Big Kahuna of SBC solutions, announced its first quarter results and updated its business outlook for the year. First quarter revenues

Acme Packet Deploys Open Session Routing

At CTIA, Acme Packet announced the deployment of its Open

ITExpo extract

Chris Lyman called me "clairvoyant" when I said preloading voice software into laptops just seemed logical. Lyman is the founder of Fonality, a Los Angeles company providing open-source