• Interland to Adopt Web.com Name
    Wholesale Web hosting company Interland Inc. next month will change its name to Web.com Inc. Interland in December bought Web.com, acquiring approximately 9,000 additional subscribers, and said yesterday its name change will help it align more closely with its core Web ...More
    February 22, 2006 Posted in News
  • XO Expands VoIP Services Bundle
    XO Communications Inc. said today it has expanded its VoIP services bundle, XOptions Flex. Businesses now can use XOptions Flex with their existing PBX equipment or digital key systems, and can support locations with up to 160 employees. The company said nearly a third of ...More
    February 22, 2006 Posted in News
  • Attendance is up!!!!
    Attendance is currently 15 percent ahead of our 2005 Vegas show ...More
    February 22, 2006 Posted in Blog
  • Covad Completes NextWeb Acquisition
    A couple of months later than initially projected, Covad Communications Group Inc. has completed its acquisition of NextWeb Inc., a provider of fixed wireless Internet services for business that operates in California and Nevada. Covad will pay approximately $3.9 million in ...More
    February 21, 2006 Posted in News
  • MegaPath to Merge with Netifice, Expand Reach of Indirect Channels
    MegaPath Networks Inc., a provider of VPN and managed IP services to businesses, said today it is merging with Netifice Communications Inc. The companies expect to close the deal in April. They did not disclose the terms of the transaction, although they did say Netifice’s ...More
    February 21, 2006 Posted in News
  • AT&T, Yahoo! Create Launch Mobile Service
    AT&T Inc., Cingular Wireless and Yahoo! Inc. yesterday unveiled AT&T Yahoo! Go Mobile, an integrated service that lets consumers access their AT&T Yahoo! Internet customized online content and services from their wireless phones. AT&T Yahoo! Go Mobile is ...More
    February 21, 2006 Posted in News
  • CommPartners Suspends Residential VoIP Services
    Wholesale IP provider CommPartners is suspending the sale and provisioning of residential services until it can comply fully with the FCC’s E911 mandate, probably around the end of August. The provider said it knows the decision has a “very disruptive effect” for partners ...More
    February 21, 2006 Posted in News
  • AT&T to Expand Globally
    AT&T Inc. said today it plans to extend its services to more locations in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia, Latin America and the United States throughout 2006. The carrier expects to expand its dedicated MPLS-based IP access capabilities to offer service nodes in ...More
    February 20, 2006 Posted in News
  • How to Win $5,000 at Channel Partners Las Vegas
    PHONE+ will be giving away $5,000 at Channel Partners ...More
    February 17, 2006 Posted in Blog
  • IDT to Buy Net2Phone for $28 Million
    IDT Corp., a New Jersey-based CLEC, said today it will buy wholesale VoIP provider Net2Phone Inc. for approximately $28.1 million and turn it into a privately held, wholly owned subsidiary. If all goes as planned, IDT’s subsidiary, NTOP Acquisition Inc., will merge with ...More
    February 17, 2006 Posted in News