Neutral Colos Hawk

Posted: 1/2003 special report To Serve & Protect Neutral Colos Hawk peace of mind By Khali Henderson Among the security measures at an Equinix IBX is a biometric scanner. THE REALITIES OF THE POST-SEPT. 11 world have been visited on numerous businesses, perhaps none more so than the IT and telecom infrastructure providers that keep […]

Carrier Channel: News Briefs

Posted: 12/2002 News Briefs * WorldCom Inc. said Nov. 5 it has advised the Securities and Exchange Commission its restatement of earnings could top $9 billion. WorldCom made the announcement after the New York Times and Wall Street Journal reported that WorldCom is close to reaching an agreement with the SEC, which would result in […]

Carrier Channel: News Briefs

Posted: 09/2002 News Briefs * Hutchison Whampoa Ltd. and Singapore Technologies Telemedia Pte. Ltd. will take control at Global Crossing Ltd. The companies agreed to invest $250 million for a 61.5 percent interest in Global Crossing — a third of what they initially offered in January. The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of […]

Carrier Channel: Nacchio Resigns

Posted: 07/2002 Nacchio Resigns; Notebaert Takes Qwest’s Helm By Josh Long The man who led Qwest Communications International Inc. from an upstart telephony company into a global communications giant, Joseph P. Nacchio, resigned June 16 as the firm’s chairman and CEO. Joseph P. Nacchio Like many telecommunications companies today, Qwest faces a multitude of problems […]


Posted: 05/2002 Briefs * Four broadband network companies serving eight states in the Southeast have created a new partnership to join their systems into one major network, DDR Broadband Networks. Founding companies Access/On of North Carolina, PalmettoNet of South Carolina, USCarrier of Georgia, and ValleyNet of Virginia each represents a consortium of independent telcos in […]

Trading Desk – News Briefs

Posted: 12/2001 Trading Desk News Briefs * eXchange Colocation (SIC) LLC, a carrier-neutral, e-commerce-focused collocation facility in Northern California, will offer metro services access to its carriers and service provider customers. Companies can provision metro SONET, wavelength services and gigabit ethernet services from metro carrier Sigma Networks. In a similar move, pooling point provider LighTrade Inc. […]

Partner Channel – An Internet Infrastructure Channel Partners Program with Dash of Hollandaise

Posted: 12/2001 Partner Channel An Internet Infrastructure Channel Partners Program with Dash of Hollandaise By Tara Seals Eggs are in just about everyone’s refrigerator. But serve them with English muffin, a slice of ham and some hollandaise sauce and you have the ultimate breakfast value-add: Eggs Benedict. Nowadays, everyone has Internet. But Equinix Inc. hopes […]

Trading Desk: Offers Change Hubs into Trading Centers

Posted: 01/2001 Offers Change Hubs into Trading Centers By Khali Henderson Neutral collocation facility operators are moving beyond real estate and access management to provide services that will facilitate city-to-city and metro capacity trading. Telx (www.telx.com), which has operated a neutral collocation facility at 60 Hudson St. in New York for the past three years, […]

Carrier Hotels Turn "Telco Concierge"

Posted: 02/2000 Carrier Hotels Turn "Telco Concierge" By Ken Branson When CO Space Inc. (www.cospace.com) announced late last year four venture capital companies have provided it $28 million to fund its expansion, it marked a new phase in the evolution of telco hotels–places where telecom and other carriers lease space for their equipment, or even […]


IN-BOX   Harvesting the Farm I had this model of the next next-generation network. I called it the network to end all the other networks. I’ve been following dense wave division multiplexing [DWDM] startups, and the cost of optical fiber connectors. You have storage area networks (SAN), say server farms, with huge amounts of content […]

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