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  • Internap Completes Voxel Purchase
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    Internap Network Services Corp., a provider of intelligent IT infrastructure services, has announced completing the acquisition of Voxel Holdings, a provider of scalable hosting and cloud services for the enterprise. ...More
    January 3, 2012 By Josh Long Posted in News
  • iPhone Sales Stagger in Europe
    Waning economies and the declining prices of competing smartphones are hurting Apple's iPhone in Europe, according to a report. ...More
    December 22, 2011 By Josh Long Posted in News
  • Arkadin To Acquire ConferencePlus
    Arkadin anticipates closing its acquisition of ConferencePlus – a Westell Technologies, Inc. subsidiary – on Dec. 31, 2011. ...More
    December 21, 2011 By Josh Long Posted in News
  • Forecasting Chicken, Steak and Fairness
    When ASPs like Apple and Google release new services that are expected to generate a new wave of traffic without giving notice to the carriers, this can negatively affect all network users. ...More
    December 19, 2011 By David Byrd Posted in Blog
  • OpenVox, Humbug Team to Prevent Fraud
    Humbug Telecom Labs has partnered with China-based OpenVox Communication, a provider of open-source Asterisk telephony hardware and software products, to help prevent telecom fraud for OpenVox customers. ...More
    December 15, 2011 Posted in News
  • BlackBerry: Even Robbers Reject RIM's Smartphones
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    A robber armed with a gun in New York City is actually giving people back their BlackBerrys when they hand them over. It seems he prefers iPhones. ...More
    December 9, 2011 By Craig Galbraith Posted in News
  • 2011's Biggest Frauds and Phreaks
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    As 2011 begins to fade away, we look back at the biggest Telecom Frauds and Phreaks that made headlines. From the news that Steve Jobs used to commit Blue Box Fraud, to the funding of terror, it has been an eventful year. ...More
    December 5, 2011 Posted in Blog
  • Apple's iPhone Leads Enterprise Space for Mobile Workers
    BlackBerry, once the leading smartphone in the enterprise space, saw its share fall slightly. ...More
    November 16, 2011 By Josh Long Posted in News
  • Level 3 Expands Capacity, Services in Mexico
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    To meet growing broadband demand in Mexico, Level 3 Communications has expanded its network capacity and suite of services there. The company hopes to better serve global enterprises and carriers doing business in Mexico. ...More
    November 14, 2011 Posted in News, Ethernet/ MPLS
  • Major Network Distributor Westcon Keeps Growing
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    Since 1999, revenues have surged from around $200 million to nearly $4 billion based on Westcon’s 2012 internal fiscal target. ...More
    November 11, 2011 By Josh Long Posted in Articles