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Hitachi Cable, Stealth Communications Accelerate Wireless

Hitachi Cable Ltd. and Stealth Communications Inc. recently announced a partnership to expand voice peering to the wireless Wi-Fi market. Voice peering allows enterprises and service providers to exchange telephone, video and other multimedia services without having to transverse the public telephone network. “This marks a major step forward for businesses that operate wireless networks,” […]

sentitO Networks, Stealth Communications Expand Partnership

sentitO Networks and Stealth Communications Inc. recently announced the successful interoperability of sentito’s Open Network Exchange (ONX) IVG1200 Intelligent Voice and Proxy7 Signaling Gateways with Stealth’s Voice Peering Fabric (VPF) ENUM Registry. The combination of ENUM support with sentitO’s media and signaling gateways enables VoIP providers to complete voice calls on an all-IP infrastructure. The […]

NeuStar Adds Support for SIP-IX

NeuStar Inc., a leader in directories, has added seven new members to its Session Initiated Protocol Exchange (SIP-IX) alliance, the company announced today. Those new partners include a combination of service providers and vendors, and include Acme Packet, BroadSoft Inc., iBasis Inc., NexTone Communications, Sonus Networks Inc., Sylantro and XO Communications Inc.. Previously announced partners […]

XConnect Acquires IPeerX

XConnect, a provider of IP peering and federation services and the operator of the XConnect Alliance, today announced it has acquired IPeerX, a U.S.-based VoIP peering company owned by Pulver.com Enterprises, increasing the size of XConnects ENUM registry of VoIP numbers. Jeff Pulver, founder and CEO of Pulver.com Enterprises will become a member of the […]

Wi-Fi Guys Upgrades Technologies for Hotel Installations

Wi-Fi Guys LLC, which sells managed hotspots for hotels and public facilities through agents, now is installing T1s and network power controllers to ensure performance and reliability. Wi-Fi Guys says it began installing network power controllers to address operational inconsistencies within hotels disparate high-speed Internet access networks. The technology also provides for remote management, which […]

Playing by Darwin’s Rules

Not much has changed in telecom services when it comes to carrier hotels and colos. Not much, that is, except for VoIP, a technology that seems to be the missing link in the evolutionary telecom chain. VoIP is causing prolific adaptation in the industry, including the decommissioning or upgrading of metal circuit switches; equipment consolidation; […]

We’ll Leave the Connection on For You

New Edge is going after the market with humorous ads in a postcard format. Front shown here. Hotels, conference centers, resorts and even some budget accommodation chains are turning to advanced communications services to separate them from a dense field of competitors and get heads into beds: Real-time front-office applications, guest services and guest-room amenities […]

Multitenant Units Get Wired for Future

Posted: 08/2000 Multitenant Units Get Wired for Future By Aldo MorriThe wait for the “better, cheaper, faster” promise of broadband may soon be over, at least for those who live or work in multitenant buildings. Multitenant units (MTUs)–apartment buildings, office buildings and hotels–are quickly becoming wired for broadband access, as maverick CLECs develop footprints in […]

Opcenter: Collocators Do Carriers’ Cyberlifting

Posted: 08/2000 Collocators Do Carriers’ Cyberlifting By Ken Branson If, as the conventional industry wisdom holds, you can’t have too much bandwidth, then a corollary is this: You can’t have too much collocation space.Collocation used to be a simple matter of putting a competitive carrier’s equipment in a cage in an incumbent carrier’s CO. The […]

Opcenter: Multitenant Units Get Wired for Future

Posted: 08/2000 Multitenant Units Get Wired for Future By Aldo Morri The wait for the “better, cheaper, faster” promise of broadband may soon be over, at least for those who live or work in multitenant buildings. Multitenant units (MTUs)–apartment buildings, office buildings and hotels–are quickly becoming wired for broadband access, as maverick CLECs develop footprints […]

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