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  • VocalScape Signs Resale Agreements
    VoIP technology developer VocalScape Inc. has signed reseller agreements with VoIP service provider Mix Networks Inc. and Ablaze Technologies Inc., an online marketing and technology management company. The deal with Mix Networks gives VocalScape's calling card customers ...More
    April 18, 2005 Posted in News
  • VoiceLog Bolsters VirtualLogger with VoIP Recording
    Third-party verification company VoiceLog LLC has added VoIP recording capabilities to its VirtualLogger ASP/service bureau platform. VoiceLog says this means call centers record calls and monitor quality on their VoIP platforms on a "pay as you go" basis. VirtualLogger ...More
    April 18, 2005 Posted in News
  • Dallas WISP to Sell Interlink Global VoIP Services
    Blue Wireless & Data Inc. announced it will sell VoIP services under a joint venture with Interlink Global Corp. to Blue Wireless customers in the greater Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex where it owns 8,900 square miles of high-speed wireless Internet networks. Under the ...More
    April 15, 2005 Posted in News
  • Verizon Lands Programming Deal with Starz Entertainment
    Gearing up to deliver television service this year, Verizon Communications Inc. yesterday announced a long-term affiliation agreement with Starz Entertainment Group LLC that will allow the No. 1 phone company to carry 13 movie channels. Verizon said it will be able to carry ...More
    April 15, 2005 Posted in News
  • Vonage Partners with Campus TeleVideo
    Vonage Holdings Corp. is reselling its broadband phone service through Campus TeleVideo, private cable operator that focuses solely on the college and university markets. The partnership already has given Vonage access to schools including UCLA, Penn State University, ...More
    April 14, 2005 Posted in News
  • Conversent Communications, FiberNet Complete Merger
    Conversent Communications and FiberNet have completed a merger that creates a telecommunications company operating in 11 states throughout the Northeast and Mid Atlantic. Conversent, of Marlboro, Mass., also said it has secured a $225 million debt facility from a group of ...More
    April 14, 2005 Posted in News
  • FCC Names TAC Members
    The FCC has named the newest members of its Technological Advisory Council (TAC), many of whom are from the telecom industry. The TAC provides technical advice to the FCC, making recommendations on issues such as wireless device security and cyber security. The council’s ...More
    April 14, 2005 Posted in News
  • TIA Elects New Board Members
    The Telecommunications Industry Association’s (TIA) board of directors earlier this week elected eight new board members. The new board members are Michael Thurk, group vice president of enterprise for Avaya; Charlie Fox, general manager of Tyco; Carlos Munoz, CEO of Cam ...More
    April 14, 2005 Posted in News
  • Verizon Wireless Completes NextWave License Transaction
    Verizon Wireless and NextWave Telecom Inc. said today they have completed the transaction, originally announced in November, for Verizon Wireless to purchase all of NextWave's PCS spectrum licenses. The deal covers 23 markets around the country and is worth $3 billion. The ...More
    April 13, 2005 Posted in News
  • USTA Unveils New Trade Show for 2006
    The United States Telecom Association unveiled plans for a new trade show to be held in spring 2006 that USTA President and CEO Walter B. McCormick says will replace SUPERCOMM as the premier industry event. Called, TelecomNEXT, the new trade show is set for March 19-25, in ...More
    April 13, 2005 Posted in News