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ICEtv, Ortiva Wireless Partner

Interactive Communications and Entertainment TV (ICEtv), which delivers network TV broadcasts and custom programming for mobile phones, has decided to integrate Ortiva Wirelesss content adaptation technology into its live mobile television delivery platform. ICEtv makes it possible for mobile phone users to watch local channels and cable television shows live on their mobile devices, anywhere […]

EarthLink Finds a New Edge

THE IMPORTANCE OF THE small and medium business market has reached critical stage as ISP EarthLink Inc. demonstrated when it decided to buy privately held VPN supplier New Edge Networks. New Edge Networks is a tremendous growth platform for EarthLink to compete in the rapidly expanding SME networking market, said Bill Heys, president of EarthLinks […]

Ohio PUC Approves SBC-AT&T Merger

Ohios Public Utilities Commission today approved SBC Communications Inc.s takeover of AT&T Corp. The Arizona Corporation Commission also is expected to act on the merger today and the California Public Utilities Commission is scheduled to vote on the issue Nov. 18. Ohio PUC commissioners decided the merger is entirely consistent with the thrust of telecommunications […]

Broadwing COO Resigns

Broadwing Communications LLC COO John McLeod has resigned effective Nov. 6, 2005. “Broadwing’s network and operations functions are in a very strong position, a fact that was never more evident to me than when I witnessed the flawless performance of Broadwing’s employees and network during and after the recent devastating hurricanes,” McLeod said in a […]

TAG: Master Agency W. Lange & Co.

Posted: 5/2003 case file: Master Agency W. Lange & Co. Solves Network Dilemma for AT Systems By Tara Seals Editor’s Note: T@G Case File is a new periodic feature of the PHONE+ Partner Portal. Channel partners are invited to call our editors about profiling solution-based sales. AT Systems’ Joe Gomez Last November, AT Systems International […]

Debate on Access Charges Heads Back to FCC

Posted: 07/1999 Debate on Access Charges Heads Back to FCC By Kim Sunderland Just as several interexchange carriers (IXCs) and incumbent local exchange carriers (ILECs) attempt to help the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) revise its access charge rules, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia has struck them down. The FCC, according […]

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