• Sun Debuts Private-Labeled Secure E-mail Service for ISPs
    Sun Microsystems Inc. and its partners Echoworx and Lucent Technologies Inc. today announced the launch of Sun Secure Mail, a fully hosted managed service for ISPs, cableco and other service providers to private label and offer to their subscribers. Sun Secure Mail gives ...More
    November 16, 2005 By Khali Henderson Posted in News
  • TIA Elects New Board Members, Approves Charter for Communications Research Division
    The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) Board of Directors elected two new board members at its Nov. 7 meeting. The new members – Robert J. Casamento, principal vice president and general manager of Bechtel North America Telecommunications, and Tim Krause, senior ...More
    November 16, 2005 Posted in News
  • Ascendent Systems Extends Voice Mobility Capabilities
    Ascendent Systems has announced it has upgraded its PowerConnect Voice Mobility Suite, which extends enhanced PBX capabilities to mobile devices so that users can work from anywhere. Among other capabilities, release 4.1 adds support for softphones and presence management, ...More
    November 16, 2005 By Khali Henderson Posted in News
  • Broad Sky Resells WildBlue Service through Agents
    Broad Sky, a satellite broadband reseller, has become one of the first enterprise-class resellers for WildBlue, which offers high-speed Internet access via satellite. Broad Sky now offers its SkyLink service powered by WildBlue for less than $1,000 in equipment and monthly ...More
    November 16, 2005 Posted in News
  • Court Refuses to Stay FCC VoIP Order
    The U.S. Circuit Court for the District of Columbia today refused to stay the FCC’s VoIP E911 order, leaving open the opportunity for the order to go into effect on Nov. 28, the deadline set by the FCC for VoIP providers to offer E911 service. The court did not make any ...More
    November 15, 2005 Posted in News
  • CEI Protests Possible UN Internet Oversight
    The Competitive Enterprise Institute, a public policy group, is protesting a brewing controversial idea that the United Nations gain some control over the Internet. The infrastructure of the Internet is managed by the U.S-based Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and ...More
    November 15, 2005 Posted in News
  • SAVVIS Uses FiberNet’s Services
    SAVVIS Inc., a hosted managed network and computing services providers, is using FiberNet Telecom Group Inc.’s transport, metro Ethernet and network technologies. "Our customers require flexible options to 'plug into' SAVVIS global network infrastructure and solutions ...More
    November 15, 2005 Posted in News
  • Next-Generation Wireless Dealers Find a Home at Channel Partners Conference & Expo
    The spring event will feature a Wireless Dealer Track and a Wireless Dealer Pavilion on the expo show floor ...More
    November 15, 2005 Posted in News
  • High-End MVNO Readies Launch
    Another MVNO is rolling out this month. Voce, which targets upscale users, will launch service initially in New York and Los Angeles, with plans to expand to the top 10 U.S. metropolitan markets by the end of 2006. Voce is backed by Japanese content provider Faith Inc., ...More
    November 14, 2005 By Khali Henderson Posted in News
  • KeaneTel, The ASCII Group Partner to Promote Telecom Services
    KeaneTel and the ASCII Group have signed an agreement to jointly promote VoIP, voice, data, Internet access, VPNs and other KeaneTel services, through the ASCII Group membership to the small and medium business marketplace across North America. This multiyear agreement ...More
    November 14, 2005 Posted in News