• USCarrier Telecom Beefs Up Network
    Atlanta-based wholesale carrier USCarrier Telecom LLC (Booth 205) says it has made several improvements to its Southeastern network. USCarrier’s first project connected four telecom hotels in downtown Atlanta to enhance the metro network within the city limits. Another ...More
    November 2, 2004 Posted in News
  • Teldata Control, Broadmargin Become Control Point Solutions
    Broadmargin and Teldata Control (Booth 319), both telecom expense management firms, have completed their merger. The new company, Control Point Solutions, will manage more than $7 billion in telecommunications expenses for carriers, large corporations, government and ...More
    November 2, 2004 Posted in News
  • Step 9 Software Expands Offerings to VoIP
    Step 9 Software Corp. (Booth 724) is offering a VoIP customer-management solution the company says enables carriers to manage their customers’ migration from existing services to owned or hosted VoIP when the time is right for transition. The company has extended its ...More
    November 2, 2004 Posted in News
  • SNET DG Deploys New Tekelec Eagle STPs in California
    SNET Diversified Group (Booth 518) has deployed a new mated pair of Tekelec Eagle STPs in Los Angeles and Sherman Oaks, Calif. These new STPs will continuously be monitored by our industry leading Intelligent Network Operation Center (INOC) utilizing Tekelec’s integrated ...More
    November 2, 2004 Posted in News
  • Sandy Beaches Software’s InTELEbill Primed for Facilities-Based Migration
    Anticipating the flood of small to midsize CLECs migrating from UNE-P to a facilities-based model, Sandy Beaches Software’s latest release of InTELEbill caters to their needs. “The already flexible InTELEbill rating engine now encompasses a three-tier approach to include ...More
    November 2, 2004 Posted in News
  • Regulatory Workshop Reviews Changing Rules
    There is no shortage of regulatory developments this year as government officials formulate telecommunications rules affecting Internet phone service, wholesale access to the biggest local phone networks and intercarrier compensation, among other issues. On Wednesday ...More
    November 2, 2004 Posted in News
  • Qualmax Carries Minute Business
    Qualmax Inc. (Booth 616) is announcing a joint venture with iNode Corp., which allows it not only to design and build VoIP networks, but to provide carrier services to its customers. Qualmax supplies hardware, financing and engineering services that can be packaged for a ...More
    November 2, 2004 Posted in News
  • Progress Telecom, Stealth Communications Ally
    Progress Telecom LLC (Booth 705) and Stealth Communications Inc. have joined forces to market an interconnection service designed to help VoIP carriers and enterprise customers cut costs by terminating calls over IP networks. The alliance expands the availability of ...More
    November 2, 2004 Posted in News
  • PowerNet Global Uses Sylantro, Iperia Platforms
    PowerNet Global Communications has selected Sylantro Systems’ application feature server platform for its nationwide hosted VoIP service offering in conjunction with its next-generation network. It also has chosen IPeria Inc.’s ActivEdge voice mail for its nationwide ...More
    November 2, 2004 Posted in News
  • PAETEC Gives Customers New Tools
    PAETEC Communications Inc. (Booth 419), a CLEC serving customers in 27 U.S. markets, announced a wholesale package the company describes as “regulatory-resistant.” The offering combines special access with integrated services, including integrated T1s, email scanning, ...More
    November 2, 2004 Posted in News