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Tech groups urge Congress to keep Internet neutrality

Mar 03, 20062 mins

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Tech groups urge Congress to keep Internet neutrality, 03/02/06

More than 60 technology companies, consumer advocates and trade groups are urging a House of Representatives committee to seriously consider legislation designed to prohibit broadband providers from discriminating against competing services …

Cisco taps Tazz Networks for IP services policy management, 02/28/06

Tazz Networks, a developer of policy management software for IP services, this week announced that it has entered into a global OEM agreement with Cisco.

Nortel taps Juniper’s M&A chief as strategy head, 02/23/06

Nortel has named former Juniper Networks strategy and business development chief George Riedel as its own chief strategy officer.

Nortel CEO to detail goals of $1.9 billion R&D spend, 02/23/06

Nortel next week will announce where it plans to spend — and not spend — its $1.9 billion in R&D budget for 2006, CEO Mike Zafirovski said this week.

Cisco adds more carrier Ethernet products, 02/21/06

Cisco on Tuesday expanded its carrier Ethernet offerings with a purpose-built switch and a multiservice provisioning platform, both designed to help carriers deploy new types of services to consumers and businesses.

Analysis: Fight brewing in Congress over Internet neutrality, 02/21/06

Someday soon, your broadband provider may allow you to get faster results on one search engine, while your favorite search site is slower.