Time Warner Telecom Closes Gap on Quarterly Losses

Colorado-based Time Warner Telecom Inc. improved its losses during the first quarter of 2007, the second straight quarter it has reported earnings since buying Xspedius Communications. The CLEC on Wednesday posted a net loss of $13.8 million, or 10 cents per share, as compared to a loss of $22.3 million, or 19 cents per share, […]

Desktop to Dial Tone

IT MIGHT SEEM INCONGRUOUS that a 37-year-old company might have a compelling VoIP story. Heck, the granddaddies of the industry like Cisco Systems Inc. are barely 20. But, DecisionOne Corp. executives are working on an autobiography that places the IT field services firm at the center of this nascent industry. CEO Neal Bibeau and Vice […]


Posted: 8/2003 ‘WIDER-FI’ FILLS GAP FOR LOW-CO$T BACKHAUL By Khali Henderson As part of the evolution toward carrier-class Wi-Fi, metro broadband wireless is being groomed for lower-cost backhaul as well as traditional first-mile fiber replacement. Critical to this evolution is the emergence earlier this year of the IEEE’s 802.16a WirelessMAN standard, which supports licensed and […]

Solving Telecom’s Network Gap

Six traders in Suite 2200 of 61 Broadway spend most of their day on the phone aiming to broker deals among carriers needing connectivity to buildings in the Big Apple. Last Mile Connections, a privately held company employing these traders, is attempting to solve the challenges telephone companies face when they need to extend their […]

Conferencing Bridges Gap in Profits

Posted: 09/1999 Conferencing Bridges Gap in Profits By Liz Montalbano Since long distance margins are thinning faster than a receding hairline, resellers face continual pressure to add more profit-boosting products and services. They don’t have to look far. With its healthy margins–averaging between 30 percent to 50 percent, according to wholesalers–audioconferencing can cover the bald […]

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