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Junction Hosted PBX Passes 1,000 Mark

Junction Networks said on Monday more than 1,000 customers now use its hosted IP PBX. The product targets small businesses. Users only pay for minutes used and get access to features including remote office connections and unlimited extension-to-extension calling. Junction distributes its software through resellers. Junction Networks www.junctionnetworks.com

Partners to Profit from Print on Demand

WOULDNT IT BE GREAT if you could print directions, boarding passes or receipts from your cell phone? Now you can with the help of a specialized mobile printer developed by AirPrint Networks Inc. After nearly three years spent perfecting its technology, AirPrint Networks is ready to go to market with the device, which it plans […]

House Passes COPE Act to Dismay of Consumer, Competitive Carrier Advocates

The House, just after 10 p.m. Eastern time on Wednesday, passed the Communications Opportunity, Promotion and Enhancement (COPE) Act without the net neutrality provisions advocates had worked hard to get representatives to adopt. While Bell companies which spent thousands, if not millions, of dollars in lobbying hailed the vote, organizations representing companies that largely depend […]

Senators, Witnesses Go to Mat Over Net Neutrality

The Senate Commerce Committee took in another round of viewpoints on Thursday regarding proposed legislation to rewrite the 1996 Telecom Act, this time focusing on the contentious issue of net neutrality. Committee members quizzed a series of panelists on Thursday on their support, or lack thereof, for the net neutrality provisions in the Communications, Consumers’ […]

PAETEC Boosts IP Data Network to Allow

PAETEC Communications Inc. (Booths 203-205), which serves 27 markets nationwide, has added quality of service (QoS) as a customer-enabled prioritization enhancement to its multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) private network. MPLS was a giant leap into the convergence of voice and data networks, says Jack Baron, chief marketing officer. Now the enhancement of our quality of […]

Wholesalers Give Resellers ‘Backstage Passes’

Posted: 04/1999 Wholesalers Give Resellers ‘Backstage Passes’ By Khali Henderson Forget front-row seats. Wholesale carriers are giving resellers increasing "behind-the-scenes" access to their operational support systems (OSSs) via the World Wide Web. While underlying carriers have long interfaced with their resale customers electronically to process batch orders and deliver call detail records (CDRs), their newer, […]

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