The bright lights of the Las Vegas Strip were eclipsed by the shining stars of the telecom channel during the 2010 Channel Odyssey at the Spring 2010 Channel Partners Conference & Expo. Attendees voted online to determine the Best in Show. Here are the winners and ...More
PAETEC Holding Corp. (PAET) announced Monday that it has acquired competitive electric supplier U.S. Energy Partners LLC of Amherst, N.Y., for approximately $3 million in cash. The acquisition of U.S. Energy Partners, a privately-held company that sells electricity to more ...More
Energent, a sister company of master agency World Telecom Group (WTG) (Booth #1417) and a division of Commerce Consulting Corporation (CCC), is announcing at the Channel Partners Conference & Expo that it has added natural gas to its portfolio of energy services. ...More
Glacial Energy, a retail electricity supplier, has announced the recent formation of its Channel Partner Division, which officially came into existences in October 2009. At that time, Herb Finley, who has been with the company since 2006, was named senior vice president of ...More
Master Agent KeaneTel has expanded beyond telecom and Internet into deregulated energy services. KeaneTel's agents, both existing and those signed under KeaneTel's new "Cap & Trade" agent program, will be able to sell deregulated electricity and natural gas services to ...More
The world has become obsessed with climate change and green initiatives, making energy a hot topic. Many who participated in the pioneering days of telecom deregulation are taking notice of energy market restructuring. ...More
By Vince Bradley, Founder, President and CEO, World Telecom Group I recently was inspired by Arunas Chesonis, CEO of PAETEC, in his IT Expo keynote when he said business decision making about energy will shift into the hands of the CIO in the next five years. This means ...More
If you don't know much about software-defined networking, or SDN, don't wait. Channel Partners' Craig Galbraith explains why in this Business Value Toolbox News Desk; plus, the growing competition in the infrastructure market.