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PlanetOne Moves From Logicware to RPM

RPM Software has announced that telecommunications marketing firm PlanetOne has moved from the Logicware platform to RPM. RPM was able to offer PlanetOne a more robust and user-friendly solution better suited to the needs of our internal staff and our external agents, said Ted Schuman, CEO of PlanetOne. PlanetOne already has well over 100-plus agents […]

SunRocket Chooses US LECs MegaPOP VoIP

US LEC Corp., a full-service provider of IP, data and voice solutions to businesses and enterprise organizations throughout the Eastern United States, has announced its agreement to provide MegaPOP VoIP services to Vienna, Va.- based SunRocket Inc. US LEC will supply SunRocket with a customized MegaPOP VoIP solution including phone numbers available across the nation […]

Digital Realty Trust Expands Meet-Me-Room Facilities

Digital Realty Trust Inc., an owner and manager of corporate data centers and Internet gateways, has announced recent agreements with eight new tenants in its Meet Me Rooms across the nation. Meet Me Rooms facilities allow telecom carriers and network service providers to cross-connect their networks to support the buying, selling and sharing of bandwidth. […]

Panels Discuss Policy Insights

Hungry for insight from the FCC? Policymakers will convene on TELECOM 05 for a lunch and breakfast meeting with attendees, ready to talk about topics including the Universal Service Fund (USF) and the Rural Utility Service (RUS). FCC Chairman Kevin Martin is the featured speaker at Wednesdays luncheon, which any fully paid conference registrant can […]

BellSouth Inks Internetworking Deal with Sprint

BellSouth Corp., the nations third-largest local phone company, said yesterday it has signed an internetworking agreement with Sprint Nextel Corp. The deal enables connectivity for BellSouths IP data customers; BellSouth expects to launch that service in the first quarter of 2006. BellSouth will use its private IP backbone in the southeastern United States and interconnect […]

Aptela Chooses VoX Hosted VoIP

McLean, Va.-based Aptela Inc. is using VoX Communications Inc.s wholesale services as part of its hosted VoIP offering for business customers across the nation. VoX Communications is eLEC Communications Corp.’s wholesale and retail VoIP services provider. Aptela serves businesses ranging in size from SOHO to Fortune 500 companies. “VoX’s wholesale, hosted voice over broadband service […]

CRG West Opens Neutral Meet-Me-Room in Nations Capital

CRG West has opened its first neutral meet-me-room in Washington, D.C., at its 1275 K Street NW facility, offering interconnections and data center colocation to tenants including facilities-based telecommunication carriers, ISPs, and VoIP, wireless and content providers. Tenants can lease or license space within the facility, and have unrestricted rights to link with other authorized […]

Making Sense of Wireless Broadband — Part II

With all the MegaHertzes and 802.whatevers being bandied about, you might be confused as to what the difference is between WiMAX and pre-WiMAX, licensed and unlicensed, GSM and CDMA. But categorizing wireless broadband is essential to knowing what to pitch to your customers. In Part II of this two-part series, we discuss wireless data technologies: […]

What We Need is Some Patience

Rebuilding America’s telecommunications infrastructure cannot happen overnight or even over six to eight years. Yet, that appears to be what regulators expected based upon the decisions they are making now to change the rules for the competitive environment established with the Telecommunications Act of 1996. I don’t understand why investors, operators and regulators are frustrated […]

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