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Supporting Telework: A Channel Challenge

This Report examines how partners can help customers resolve concerns about services for telecommuters to open lucrative new business and advisory opportunities.

Biggest M&A of May-June 2016

You know the deals: Verizon-XO. Charter-Time Warner Cable. Mitel-Polycom. Also here are new acquisitions by CenturyLink, Symantec, Cisco and VMware.

Colocation: A Differentiator for Partners

Colocation offers some relief to businesses in a network-capacity crunch — and a real opportunity for partners. We break it down in this one-stop gallery.

The Case for Colocation

A crisis of capacity is coming — one for which customers are unprepared and lack the budget and technical resources to fix. Partners with colocation suppliers, backed with solid connectivity options, can deliver cloud-like efficiency and security without undertaking a massive construction project or sacrificing performance.

Comcast, Charter, Other Cablecos Get Broadband Boost

A new report says cable’s market share in broadband subscriptions has increased to more than 62 percent, with fiber remaining flat at 23 percent and DSL declining to 15 percent of U.S. subscriptions.

The Biggest M&A of March-April 2016

Verizon. Frontier. CenturyLink. XO Communications. Mitel. IBM. Those telecom and IT giants were only a handful of the companies making M&A waves in the past two months.

Cable Grows Up: Say Hello to DOCSIS 3.1

Cable’s DOCSIS is ready to take a big step forward. This gallery describes the technology enhancement and explains to businesses and their channel partners what they need to know to prepare for it.

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