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This page tracks all changes, corrections, and additions made to Heavy Reading reports following the initial release date of each report. Please note that report purchasers and license subscribers are notified via email of all updates relevant to reports issued to them. Heavy Reading may also issue revised reports to all purchasers and subscribers when updates are significant enough to warrant such action.


Network Transformation: Moving Class 5 Services to IP Networks
Vol. 5, No. 13, August 2007

UPDATED November 12, 2007:
This report was updated to include an additional company that was not covered in the original version: Iskratel Telekomunikacijski sistemi d.o.o. A profile of Iskratel was accordingly added to Section V of the report. The remainder of the report was unaffected by this change.


ROADM & WDM Worldwide Market Forecast, 2006-2011
Vol. 4, No. 16, September 2006

UPDATED November 9, 2006:
On page 34, in the capsule description of Infinera Corp., we wrote: "Infinera reported revenue of $25 million in the fourth quarter of 2005 and estimates 2006 full-year revenue will be $75 million on sales of $90-100 million. Throughout the year the company has been rumored to be planning a large initial public offering (IPO) in the $1 billion range, but in July it announced another $110 million in venture funding, which suggests that an IPO is not imminent. The latest round brings Infinera's total venture funding since inception to $315 million."

This should have read (alterations in italics): "Heavy Reading estimates that Infinera had revenues of $25 million in the fourth quarter of 2005 and $75 million to $100 million for the full year 2006. Throughout the year the company has been rumored to be planning a large initial public offering (IPO) in the $1 billion range, but in July industry publications cited SEC filings showing that it raised another $110 million in venture funding, which suggests that an IPO is not imminent. The latest round brings Infinera's total venture funding since inception to $315 million. Infinera declined to comment on any financial matters."


IMS and the Future of Network Convergence
Vol. 3, No. 12, July 2005

UPDATED August 23, 2005:
On page 88, in the capsule description of Operax AB, we wrote: "Operax is in trials with France Telecom and KPN."

Operax would like to clarify that it is actually in trials with South Korean operator KT (formerly Korea Telecom), not the Dutch operator KPN.


AdvancedTCA: Who's Doing What
Vol. 3, No. 11, June 2005

UPDATED July 14, 2005:
Data received from several vendors after the original release of the report have been incorporated to improve its accuracy and completeness:

  • Additional details about Intel's "Glenfield" AMC module have been added to Section VI.
  • Hewlett-Packard is now profiled as an ATCA systems integrator in Section VII.
  • Several AMC products from SBS Technologies have been added to the two that were previously listed in Section VI, and the company's profile in Section VIII has been expanded.

Subscribers who received the report prior to July 14, 2005, were issued a revised report containing the new material.


IPTV and the Future of Telecom Video Network Architectures
Vol. 3, No. 9, June 2005

UPDATED June 21, 2005:
The original release of this report failed to identify Riverstone Networks as a vendor of IPTV network infrastructure. Riverstone has now been profiled in Section VIII (pp. 82-83).

Subscribers who received the report prior to June 21, 2005, were issued a revised report containing the new material.


Ethernet Services Carrier Scorecard: North America
Vol. 3, No. 7, April 2005

UPDATED April 29, 2005:
This report has been revised to improve the accuracy of its information regarding WilTel Communications Group Inc. The following alterations have been made:

  • In Figure 5.56, "WilTel Ethernet Services at a Glance," the sentence, "[WilTel] eliminates DNA port costs when users purchase the DNA portal along with the EWAN service," now reads, "[WilTel] eliminates DIA port costs when users purchase DIA service along with the EWAN service."

  • Also in Figure 5.56, the sentence, "DNA Web portal provides real-time access to circuit utilization data..." now reads, "DIA services may be managed using WilTelís DNA Web portal, which provides real-time access to circuit utilization data..."


VOIP Session Border Controllers: A Heavy Reading Competitive Analysis
Vol. 3, No. 4, March 2005

UPDATED April 29, 2005:
In Section V of the report, "Figure 5.1: Session Border Controller Scores" has been updated to correct some scores that were listed incorrectly. These errors were minor, and their correction did not alter any of the analysis in the remainder of the report.

Subscribers who received the report prior to April 29, 2005, were issued a revised report containing the new material.


2005 OSS Market Perception Study
Vol. 3, No. 6, March 2005

UPDATED April 14, 2005:
This report has been updated to include information regarding the announced acquisition of Quallaby Corp. by Micromuse Inc. Alterations were made to the following sections of the report:

  • Section 2.3
  • Section 11.3

Subscribers who received the report prior to April 14, 2005, were issued a revised report containing the new material.


Pseudowires and the Future of Transport and Access Networks
Vol. 3, No. 1, January 2005

UPDATED March 16, 2005:
On page 56, in the capsule description of Axerra Networks, we state that "Much of the key technology inside Axerra systems is from Zarlink Semiconductor, particularly the circuit-emulation technology." Axerra wishes to clarify that it does not, in fact, use circuit-emulation technology or components from Zarlink Semiconductor in its platforms.






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