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    The Last Mile Gets Longer
    Technical challenges and bad press aside, equipment makers and providers push on with broadband plans

    Sonet Still Has Metro Muscle
    New players are making a go at the metro market, but the bulk of incumbent spending will likely go to familiar faces

    Testing 1, 2, 3 … 2002
    To do more with less, service providers want to automate testing — but will they spend the dollars?

    Another Try for IP Storage Nets
    New initiatives are aimed at returning storage over IP to service provider front burners.

    Life After the Fiber Fling
    Local service providers revisit copper networks as a frugal alternative to fiber.

    5 Burning Questions
    As the year comes to a close, questions remain for network builders and service providers.

    New Assurance for New Services
    Software vendors dig deeper to give service providers a better view of the problems in their network.

    A Wishful Rethinking for IADs
    Integrated access devices still have an uncertain place in service provider networks.

    Wheels of IP’s Fortune
    A jumble of edge gear bogs down IP services deployment, and providers aren’t helping ease confusion.

    Batteries are Not Optional
    Next-generation wireless services are literally running out of juice.

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    McLeod Charts a Losing Course
    Profit, but No New Customers, for Tellium
    EU Approves HP-Compaq Merger
    Solving the ‘mlife’ Mystery
    Don’t Touch that Dial

    THE TNE 100 
    The index for the networked world

    Carol Wilson: Can’t Get No Satisfaction
    Paul Coe Clark III: Powell’s ‘Slightly Bitter’ NextWave Deal
    Sarah Schmelling: Family Matters
    Tim Kridel: Time to Get Paid
    Dawn Bushaus: Good News from Qwest?

    What is the future of energy companies in telecom in the post-Enron era?
    Players like Dynegy still have a good shot at cracking the market.
    Some energy companies, needing to diversify and leveraging their rights of way, will make it.
    Chances are poor – shareholders will see telecom as an oversaturated market.
    Nil — The Enron scandal has tainted the pool.

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