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  • reseller channel: Wi-Fi: For MVNOs, It's Personal
    Wireless market convergence continues apace with companies selling cellular, Wi-Fi, and, soon, WiMAX network products as bundled offers. While Sprint Corp. and T-Mobile USA already have bolstered their ARPUs by selling cellular and Wi-Fi service together, the mobile virtual ...More
    June 1, 2005 By Tara Seals Posted in Articles
  • TowerStream: Ready for WiMAX, Ready for More Partners
    TowerStream Corp. is a fixed-wireless broadband provider that prides itself on completely bypassing the RBOCs to provide Internet access to end users, alleviating wait times and stress. The company recently launched its partner program, and is anticipating the arrival of ...More
    June 1, 2005 By Kelly Teal Posted in Articles
  • The Winner's Circle
    When judging your opportunity in converged communications, here are some signs that you are looking at a winner:Mobility. Today's networks are evolving heavily toward mobility. Whether they are high-speed or low-speed, they enable users the freedom to move within the ...More
    June 1, 2005 Posted in Articles
  • News Briefs
    Partners in Intel Corp.'s Channel Connect and Collect (IC3) Broadband Program now can sell all of New Edge Networks' broadband networking services such as broadband Internet access, frame relay, managed, multisite VPNs and satellite. Intel has built an online interface for ...More
    June 1, 2005 Posted in Articles
  • Round Table
    ...ON THE REGULATORY IMPLICATIONS OF THE REGIONAL PHONE COMPANIES DELIVERING TV SERVICES "As we look toward modernizing the Communications Act, we will need to consider what the appropriate statutory framework should be for IP-delivered video services."-Rep. Joe Barton ...More
    June 1, 2005 Posted in Articles
  • Level 3 Upgrades Capacity with Digital Optical System
    Wholesaler Level 3 Communications Inc. announced it will upgrade the capacity of its optical network in the United States and Europe using a new “digital optical” networking system based on photonic integrated circuits that rolled out last spring by Infinera Communications. ...More
    May 26, 2005 By Khali Henderson Posted in News
  • Camvera Networks, PowerNet Global Communications Team
    Service provider PowerNet Global Communications is partnering with Camvera Networks, a wireless broadband systems integration and management company, to trial VoIP services over fixed wireless networks. If all goes as planned, those services will be available through ...More
    May 26, 2005 Posted in News
  • Fionda Looks to CommPartners for VoIP
    Master agency Fionda LCC has selected wholesale VoIP operator CommPartners as the underlying provider for its FonVantage broadband phone service. “We have been evaluating VoIP services to deliver to our customers, and found CommPartners’ network offered the most robust ...More
    May 26, 2005 Posted in News
  • Premiere Global Relies on Convedia Media Servers
    Conferencing provider Premiere Global Services Inc. is using Convedia Corp.’s media servers as part of its VoIP conferencing and collaboration platform. Convedia's CMS-6000 and CMS-1000 Media Servers will power a number of Premiere Global's offerings, including its ...More
    May 26, 2005 Posted in News
  • Qwest Backs Out of Fight for MCI
    After months of back-and-forth offers to try and buy MCI Inc., Qwest Communications International Inc. has pulled out of the fight for the ailing carrier, which stands to be acquired by Verizon Communications Inc. Qwest Chairman and CEO Richard Notebaert at a shareholders ...More
    May 25, 2005 Posted in News