Securing Opportunities

Securing Opportunities The Internet has given us lots to love and lots to be concerned about. As more and more small and medium businesses begin to embrace VoIP, unified communications and other IP technologies that provide a competitive edge, theres an accompanying recognition that these companies also need resources for securing those communications beyond a […]

Breaking Away

SMALL BUSINESSES ARE BECOMING more mobile as their workplaces extend beyond the traditional brick-and-mortar offices of the past, according to a recent survey conducted by the American Small Business Travelers Alliance (ASBTA), a national alliance that provides services focused on the travel needs of small business owners. This is good news for dealers targeting the […]

Made to Order

A market for specialized wireless solutions to business problems is proliferating: Companies with field forces and in vertical markets like health care can leverage a dizzying array of mobile applications to improve productivity and digitize the paper trail. Increasingly, businesses are relying on VARs and consultants to bring applications to the table, slice through the […]

IPCCs Khalilian: CLECs Need to Embrace VoIP

Michael Khalilian, chairman and president with the International Packet Communications Consortium (IPCC), says that despite the fact that UNE-P is going away and CLECs clearly need to find new business models, CLECs as a whole are not investing in VoIP. CLECs really need to get out ahead of the curve and get into other access, […]

Ensign Seeks to Reform Telecom Law, Incumbents Embrace Bill

In a move to revamp the nations telecom laws, Sen. John Ensign (R-Nev.) today introduced The Broadband Consumer Choice Act of 2005, which incumbent associations and carriers immediately lauded. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) is the bills co-sponsor. It is time to restore Americas status as a leader in the field of global communication technology and […]

If FCC Chairman is Defeated, Will Bells Embrace UNE-P?

It is no revelation that the Bells are likely to appeal an FCC decision tomorrow on local phone regulations if the federal agency, as widely anticipated, cedes authority to state regulators, letting them determine where and when to remove the incumbents’ obligations to lease their networks to rivals at deeply discounted rates. What remains uncertain […]

Tales of Ulysses

Posted: 12/1997 Tales of Ulysses CGX Expands its Embrace from Operator Services to the Internet with a Reach that Spans Ten Years, Several Continents and Some New Technology By Peter Meade When Ulysses G. Auger II joined the family business in June 1972, he was thinking more about room service than phone service. Auger Enterprises, […]

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