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Laurel names CEO

Feb 02, 20042 mins

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Laurel names CEO, 02/02/04

Service edge router maker Laurel Networks this week named a former Cisco and Juniper Networks sales executive as its CEO.

Market woes hit start-ups Coriolis, Appian, 01/30/04

An apparent recovery in the market for metropolitan-area network gear came too late to save Coriolis Networks, a start-up maker of MSPPs (multi-service provisioning platforms) that closed shop …

Routers rebound now; optical, wireless later, 01/29/04

The worldwide router market will grow 6% over the next five years, while optical transport and mobility infrastructure won’t see significant growth until 2005, according to Dell’Oro Group.

Q4 results upbeat for vendors, not so for carriers, 01/29/04

Verizon and SBC posted mixed fourth-quarter results, while equipment vendors Nortel and Avici both saw top-line growth.

Sprint rolls out new VPN products, 01/28/04

Sprint Wednesday announced three new VPN choices for users including its first Multi-protocol Label Switching and Secure Sockets Layer offerings.

Procket wins contract, loses people, 01/28/04

On the heels of landing its largest customer, Procket Networks has lost its COO and perhaps its founder and chief scientist, Tony Li.