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Vonage Wants Review of Verizon Decision

Vonage Holdings Corp. said Wednesday it has filed a motion seeking a review of a U.S. appeals courts decision on a patent dispute with Verizon Communications Inc. The court upheld on Sept. 26 a verdict that Vonage infringed on two Verizon patents. It also remanded the verdict on a third patent and ordered a review […]

Telecoms Decision Makers Tell All, Reveal What Buyers Really Want

In todays session, Hear from the buyers youve been trying to see: A distinguished panel of telecoms most important decision makers, service provider higher-ups give advice on providing buyers with the services they really want. This invited panel, led by Citynet Wholesales vice president of sales and marketing, Tom Payne, will address how consolidation affects […]

Palm Scraps Plans for Foleo

Palm Inc. said Tuesday it is dumping plans for the Palm Foleo, its laptop-like smartphone companion. CEO Edward Colligan announced the move on the companys corporate blog. He said the company will focus on a next-generation smartphone platform, which could include a Foleo II. The product was first announced in May, with much skepticism. Many […]

Google CFO to Retire

Google Inc. said Tuesday Chief Financial Officer George Reyes is retiring. The 53-year-old will remain at the Internet giant to assist in the search for his replacement and to help ease the transition. Google said it expects a new CFO to be in place by the end of the year. Reyes, who has been with […]

Five Ways IP Telephony Impacts Agent Dial Tone & Data Sales

By Dan Baldwin, Sales Director, ATEL Communications Inc. I just got back from the VoiceCon 2007 West Coast show in San Francisco, a show for end-user business telecom managers that want to better understand the benefits of migrating some or all of their business phone systems from TDM (time division multiplexing) voice networks to IP […]

Vonage Asks Appeals Court to Throw Out Verizon Case

A day after the U.S. Supreme Court made a ruling in a major patent case, Vonage Holdings Corp. asked to have the patent infringement case against it thrown out. On Monday, Supreme Court judges issued a decision in the patent law case KSR v. Teleflex that has been pending for several years. Essentially, the judges […]

Round TABLE

On the conclusion of the Tunney Act-based case challenging the Justice Departments 2005 approval of the SBC-AT&T and Verizon-MCI mergers that opponents said harm the public interest The government need not prove that the settlements will perfectly remedy the alleged antitrust harms; it need only provide a factual basis for concluding that the settlements are […]

McDowell Wont Vote on AT&T-BellSouth Merger

FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell late Monday announced he will not vote on the pending $85 billion merger between AT&T Inc. and BellSouth Corp. Late last week, the FCCs general counsel, Samuel Feder, wrote in an analysis that McDowell could indeed take part in the matter, if he so chose. It was not known which way […]

FCC Again Delays Decision on AT&T-BellSouth Merger

The FCC late Thursday said it would not consider the pending $80 billion merger of AT&T Inc. and BellSouth Corp. at its Nov. 3 meeting. Three weeks earlier, on Oct. 13, the agency also had delayed consideration of the matter. Thursdays notice came as little surprise to the industry; speculation had run rampant all week that […]

FCC Rejects Fones4All Petition

Advocates of the competitive telecom industry are decrying the FCCs denial of Fones4Alls year-old petition for relief from rules stemming from the Triennial Review and Remand Order (TRRO). Late last week, the FCC turned down the CLECs request that it be able to more easily access incumbents network elements, so it could provide subsidized basic […]

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