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In CAPS, Sonus Networks
Sonus Networks broke the chain of consecutive quarterly losses by recently surprising Wall Street with second-quarter net income of $4.4 million. The restructuring it began in late 2008 led to lower costs in the quarter and revenue grew sequentially by 50%. The company announced that after a final round of layoffs in the third quarter, the restructuring will be complete, bringing annual cost savings as a result. Its client list includes AT&T
The company competes with global telecom heavyweights like Alcatel-Lucent
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