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Targeting Companies in Transition

The volatility of the economy provides an opportunity to create a niche in the organizational moves, adds and changes (MAC) category.

Rugged & RF-Ready

WIRELESS-ENABLED LAPTOPS are regarded widely by business executives as critical tools. A recent survey of small businesses attests to this trend. In its poll of nearly 1,500 small businesses, the American Small Business Travelers Alliance (ASBTA) found owners believe wireless technology is essential to their businesses. Most (80 percent) rely on wireless devices to stay […]

Moving From Frame Relay to Ethernet: A Case Study

Corporations are continually adding remote offices to better serve their clientele, but in so doing, increase their needs for solutions to handle the voice and data needs of those remote sites. The networking options that are available to solve companies IT needs seem to be as numerous as the number of companies themselves. So, how […]

CompTIA Survey Finds VoIP, Security Top 2006 Hot Technologies

Convergence and security top the list of “hot” technologies that will have the greatest impact in 2006, according to the results of a new Web poll conducted by the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA). Respondents chose convergence technologies such as VoIP and unified messaging as the ones that will have the greatest impact this year. […]

Pack Up Your Circuits: VoIP is Moving In

Moving everything to VoIP may seem an obvious step, but economically and efficiently connecting service provider and enterprise VoIP networks is the key. Panelists today will discuss the driving factors behind successful VoIP migration for end user and service provider alike. Session leader Michael Khalilian, president of the IMS Forum (formerly IPCC) and CTO at […]

Moving Up or Moving Out

AFTER YEARS OF CONTINUOUS legal salvos, the UNE-P debate is over. Many UNE-P contracts will revert to higherpriced total resale rate plans as of March 11, the final date set by the FCC for the yearlong phaseout of the wholesale offer (see related story on Page 41). Anticipating this change, UNE-P resellers will be either […]

Moving from Just VoIP to Convergence

Amid all the hoopla and noise about VoIP, whenever the industry has an opportunity to reflect on the revolution, they always will underscore that it is about IP communication, not just IP voice. IP networks can transport any kind of content. Voice, video, pictures, instant messages, data, application software, music, text all converge here the […]

Crowe: VoIP the Biggest Thing Since AT&Ts Breakup

IP and WDM have hit the industry with such force that they have created a tsunami that is overturning communications and creating new opportunities, says Level 3 Communications Inc. CEO James Q. Crowe, yesterdays keynote speaker. Over the centuries mankind has been through three revolutions — agricultural, industrial and information, Crowe says, with each revolution […]

MCI Returns to Profitability

MCI Inc. said today it returned to profitability in the second quarter of 2005. The company, which is being acquired by Verizon Communications Inc., had net income of $64 million, or 19 cents per share. That compares to a net loss of $71 million a year earlier, or 22 cents per share. Sales fell 10 […]

MCI Declares Qwest Bid Superior

MCI Inc. on Saturday declared a bid by Qwest Communications International Inc. superior to an offer by Verizon Communications Inc. in the ongoing battle for the No. 2 long-distance carrier. Verizon, the biggest phone company in the United States, has until Friday to respond with a better offer than its current bid for MCI, which […]

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