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Intelliverse Expands Wholesale Program with IP-Based Applications for Analog Phones

Intelliverse added a suite of IP-based applications to its private-label VoIP service, Intelliverse Wholesale Program. With the new suite, users can integrate any of the companys IP applications, including Automated Receptionist and Softphone, to their current analog phone systems. Intelliverse’s Automated Receptionist application is a 24-hour system that automatically answers incoming calls. The Softphone application […]

Hibernia Metro Adds PoPs to Redundant Transport Services in NY

Hibernia Metro, which offers transport products to customers requiring a presence in and around New York City, added two new PoPs to its redundant transport services. The new PoPs are located at 300 Boulevard E., in Weehawken, N.J., and 75 Broad St., in New York City. Hibernia Metro, a subsidiary of TransAtlantic transport cable provider […]

Qwest Expands Wholesale Gigabit Ethernet Services to 10gbps

Qwest Communications International Inc. will offer wholesale customers Dedicated Internet Access (DIA) over Ethernet with speeds from 2gbps to 10gbps within key U.S. metropolitan markets. Wholesale customers can order Qwest DIA over Ethernet in 1gbps increments to consolidate Internet traffic and realize significant cost savings, said Qwest. A few years ago, people didn’t think companies […]

ATLANTIC-ACM Delivers Metro Carrier Excellence Awards

Research firm ATLANTIC-ACM announced its 2007 U.S. Metro Carrier Excellence Awards yesterday at the COMPTEL PLUS Convention & EXPO. The awards are based on the results of ATLANTIC-ACMs 2007 Metro Carrier Report Card, which evaluates the performance of metro carriers by their wholesale and business customers and is based on more than 3,000 individual carrier […]

Exploring Carrier Media Options: Speeds and Needs

Technological advancements fueling broader media opportunities have increased the speeds for customer needs, with options designed for service providers, as discussed in-depth in this afternoon’s session, Next-Generation Technology Fiber vs. Copper vs. Gigabit Wireless. The event features speakers from copper bonding gear vendor Actelis Networks Inc., point-to-point microwave radio maker BridgeWave Communications and service provider […]

COMPTEL Wraps with Comprehensive Regulatory Workshop

COMPTEL will cap off the Fall 2007 Conference & EXPO tomorrow with a morning of workshops designed to update members on the latest in federal policy proceedings. First up are: wireline regulatory issues. Genny Morelli, a partner at Kelley Drye & Warren LLP and frequent COMPTEL panelist, will host the session. Christopher McKee, vice president […]

Lipman to Help CEOs Strategize Policy Initiatives

CEOs need to stay on top of ever-changing technology, regulatory and marketing conditions. To that end, COMPTEL is hosting a timely panel for competitive telecom executives, led by long-time telecom lawyer Andy Lipman, a partner at Bingham McCutchen LLP. Telecom is such a changing kaleidoscope of issues that its a good time to address certain […]

Panels Look at Forbearance Effects, State Views

Two of todays regulatory sessions take a look at some of the unknowns in telecom. The first session, Life After Forbearance, examines whats likely to happen if the ILECs continue getting forbearance from portions of the 1996 Telecom Act. So far the incumbents have convinced the FCC to loosen the rules governing special access and […]

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