• Volo Debuts i-911 Service
    Wholesale provider Volo Communications this week said it now offers a ubiquitous 911 solution to CLECs, IXCs, cable and wireless operators, ISPs and resellers throughout North America. The company is using technology developer HBF Group Inc.'s 911 service, i-911, and ...More
    March 22, 2005 Posted in News
  • In Feud over Access Fees, Level 3 Withdraws Petition
    Federal regulators today were expected to provide some clarity in a feud over the fees Level 3 Communications Inc. and other telecommunications providers have to pay local phone companies to complete calls originating over an Internet Protocol network. The feud lives on. ...More
    March 22, 2005 Posted in News
  • deltathree Chooses WaveCrest as VoIP Interconnect
    WaveCrest, a service provider in the U.K., today announced a direct VoIP interconnect deal with deltathree. The agreement allows wholesale VoIP provider deltathree to access WaveCrest's worldwide termination capabilities, which include more direct call routes. “…it is ...More
    March 22, 2005 Posted in News
  • FDN, Equity Firm Acquire Supra Telecom
    FDN Communications and H.I.G. Capital, a private equity firm in the Southeast, have acquired Supra Telecom, a Miami-based telephone company operating out of bankruptcy court protection. Maitland, Fla.-based FDN and H.I.G. each will own half of Supra, a telecommunications ...More
    March 21, 2005 Posted in News
  • WSJ: Former WorldCom Board Members Reach Settlement Agreement
    Eleven former board members of WorldCom Inc. agreed to personally pay $20.2 million to settle a lawsuit related to the telecommunications carrier’s accounting fraud, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday. The agreement is among the settlements reached in a class-action ...More
    March 21, 2005 Posted in News
  • XO Records Impairment Charge in Results
    XO Communications Inc. on Friday reported an annual net loss of $405.6 million on revenue of $1.3 billion. The Reston, Va., national telecommunications carrier said revenue of $369.4 million in the fourth quarter rose 42 percent over the period a year ago, but XO recorded a ...More
    March 18, 2005 Posted in News
  • PAETEC Uses Lucent for VoIP
    PAETEC Communications Inc. is rolling out Lucent Technologies’ VoIP services to its business and wholesale customers. Lucent will provide the engineering, installation and network integration support so PAETEC can offer IP and TDM services. The carrier is deploying Lucent’s ...More
    March 18, 2005 Posted in News
  • Telcordia Launches MVNO Services
    OSS provider Telcordia Technologies Inc. has launched a new hosted MVNO product to help service providers offer prepaid wireless services without owning or managing a network. “We are creating new business opportunities by eliminating barriers to entry and removing the ...More
    March 18, 2005 Posted in News
  • RICA, ANPI Bring VoIP to Independent Telcos
    Two telecom groups are partnering in a deal that will give members access to a nationwide, independent VoIP network. The Rural Independent Competitive Alliance (RICA), one of the United States’ largest CLEC associations, has made a deal with Associated Network Partners Inc. ...More
    March 18, 2005 Posted in News
  • CLEC Launches Hosted-VoIP Partner Program
    Extending its work with value-added resellers into the VoIP realm, VocalNet Inc., a CLEC and provider of wholesale and retail VoIP services, has launched iPBX SOHO, a VoIP service for small business that can be tailored to meet a variety of customer needs and deployment ...More
    March 18, 2005 Posted in News