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Nokia Siemens Networks Outlines Post-Merger Strategy

Set to officially debut April 1, the result of the Nokia-Siemens merger, Nokia Siemens Networks, was previewed Tuesday at CTIA Wireless 2007 in Orlando, Fla. The new entity will be organized into six business units, with a goal of growing market share in North America by focusing on enabling convergence. Particular areas of focus are […]

RAD Data Helps Cruise Ship, Ferry Passengers Make Cellular Calls

RAD Data Communications is making cellular telephone service available and affordable even when callers are far out at sea, the company announced this week at CTIA Wireless. RAD is working with a Norwegian company to make connectivity practical on a Danish fleet of cruise ships and ferries. Maritime Communications Partner AS (MCP), a provider of […]

Telecom Associations Coalition to Lobby for Rural Consumers

As Congress prepares to address telecom reform for the second time in 10 years, four associations have formed the Coalition to Keep America Connected. The Independent Telephone & Telecommunications Alliance, National Telecommunications Cooperative Association, Organization for the Promotion and Advancement of Small Telecommunications Companies and the Western Telecommunications Alliance held a press conference today announcing […]

Will Mobile Operators WiSE Up?

Executives at Global Crossing Ltd. hope they will. The carrier services group has been working the spring trade show circuit with a new service offering targeted at mobile operators. Called the Wireless Service Exchange, or WiSE, the new service seeks to cut costs of mobile-to-mobile long-distance traffic through peering. Mike Leary, director of wireless marketing […]

Trading Desk: Band-X Turns Up U.S. IP Exchange

Posted: 12/2000 Band-X Turns Up U.S. IP Exchange By Khali Henderson Six months after announcing its U.S. expansion in March, London-based Band-X Ltd. (www.band-x.com) launched in the United States its Band-X Routed IP service, a facilities-based exchange for wholesale and retail buyers and sellers of Internet connectivity and wide-area IP services. The U.S. Band-X Routed […]

Vendors Extend iNOW! to PCs, Cell Phones

Posted: 12/1999 Vendors Extend iNOW! to PCs, Cell Phones Cisco Systems Inc., San Jose, Calif., is partnering with Intel Corp., Santa Clara, Calif.; ITXC Corp., Princeton, N.J.; and Lucent Technologies Inc., Murray Hill, N.J., to extend the iNOW! H.323 specifications to terminal devices such as PCs, personal digital assistants (PDAs) and cellular phones. This interoperability […]

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