The budding war between Sprint and DISH for T-Mobile. A potential face-off for Time Warner Cable between Comcast and Charter. Windstream's M&A goals. The fourth quarter might be better known for the mergers ready to happen than for the ones that went through. ...More
In 2013, we got new and redesigned channel programs from AT&T, Verizon and Level 3; new jobs for some big names in the industry; and some of the biggest merger talk in years. Our slide show breaks down 2013's top stories and reveals which was No. 1. ...More
The companies say their alliance gives Dell customers around the globe access to a slate of public cloud services, including Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), which can be deployed across CenturyLink’s global data-center footprint. ...More
December 17, 2013 By Craig GalbraithPosted in News
In this edition of the Channel Partners News Desk: why everyone's lining up to bid for Time Warner Cable; what XO Communications' new CEO brings to the company; and the trend that might make desk phones ancient history in your office. ...More
We tallied our top 10 stories for November by combining online page views with weekly newsletter results. Among the top: Level 3's NSA spygate; XO's new CEO; and the looming death of desk phones. But what was No. 1? ...More
Estimating the total cost of using a cloud infrastructure service is tricky. Channel Partners' Craig Galbraith looks at the components that will make up your bill for Amazon Web Services — the most commonly used IaaS product.