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Accessory to the Sale

A businessperson without a cell phone is like a shark without teeth, or a politician without airtime: rendered almost useless. But despite a high rate of adoption, the business market for wireless service is rife with churn, with companies buying from whomever and wherever has the cheapest service and best-featured phones. But theres hope in […]

Palm Introduces Centro

Palm Inc., hoping to regain footing in the smartphone field, introduced a new, inexpensive device on Thursday. The Centro is listed at $99.99, making it the least expensive smartphone. It will share the operating system and many of the same features as the companys Treo, including e-mail and Web access, video, music, a touchscreen and […]

Lessons From the U.S. Open

By Peter Radizeski, RAD-INFO The outer courts have some great matches. Cheering crowds. Many languages. Tight competition. These are the hungry competitors. At Arthur Ashe Stadium on Monday night, the Williams sisters destroy their opponents quickly. In comparison, the VoIP providers and the CLECs are the competitors (at least some of them). Battling to make […]

Questions Surround Intelliverse Channel Program

Intelliverse has let go its vice president of channel sales and at least two members of her staff this week, leaving the status of the companys agent program in limbo. Stacy Conrad, who headed up the program when it began in January, was dismissed on Wednesday, sources told PHONE+. Several calls and e-mails to Intelliverse […]

COMPTEL: What now?

By Peter Radizeski, RAD-INFO Well, COMPTEL is searching for a new President and CEO. Earl Comstock’s resignation as CEO on May 30 should be marked as the end of the regulatory fight for COMPTEL. As one CLEC legal guy stated, “Millions of dollars and hundreds of lawyers have not worked.” The next phase for COMPTEL […]

Hostopia Private-Labels New E-Mail Services

Hostopia.com Inc. has released new e-mail services for SMBs with two to 25 employees. The company sells the services wholesale to service providers. Features include calendar and contact-sharing, as well as data synchronization between e-mail systems and mobile devices. The service also comes with file storage limits of at least 3GB. Hostopia offers the services […]

ROUND TABLE

… On a federal courts ongoing review of recent megamergers and whether the governments requirement that AT&T Inc. and Verizon Communications Inc. divest some of their unused fiber networks was sufficient and in the public interest … The Department of Justice has never made the case that its flimsy settlement protects the public from the […]

GC Goes IPv6

Global Crossing announced today its deployment of IPv6 in its MPLS-based global network. This upgrade puts Global Crossing well ahead of U.S. government requirements for network operators to move to IPv6 by 2008, and it gives the company more scalability and flexibility to address new applications, says Debra Swann, segment director for carrier data. She […]

FCC Pushes VoIP Subscriber Acknowledgement Deadline to October

The FCC once again has extended the deadline requiring VoIP service providers to get acknowledgement from subscribers that they might not have access to E911 calling. The commission in August had threatened to cut off subscribers who had not responded, but changed that deadline to Sept. 29. Yesterday, the group said VoIP providers now have […]

NGT Counts 15,000 End-User Licenses

VoIP wholesaler New Global Telecom (NGT) says it has doubled the number of 6DegreesIP end-user licenses to 15,000 as of the close of the first quarter. The company expects that number to grow to at least 60,000 by the end of this year. Our accelerating growth coincides with the explosion in VoIP market adoption, says […]

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