Apple Cuts iPhone Price

Apple Inc. said Wednesday it is slicing the price of the iPhone by $200. The 8GB phone will now cost $399, down from $599. The $499 4GB model will be discontinued. Apple, which also revealed new models of its popular iPod music player that have iPhone-like features including Wi-Fi, said it is on pace to sell […]

Blackberry Jungle

AS ANY PARENT OR RECENT COLLEGE grad knows, school is a far more rigorous environment than it used to be. The infusion of the Internet and cellular technology into campus fundamentally has altered the academic process and the capabilities of school administrators. For wireless dealers, learning to navigate the education vertical can pay off not […]

Neobits Teams With TalkSwitch, Primus to Help VARs Attract Small Businesses

Distributor Neobits Inc., in conjunction with TalkSwitch and Primus Telecom, today announced a plan to help VoIP reseller partners attract small business customers. Resellers that have signed up with Neobits will be able to offer a package of Primus services to their new and existing TalkSwitch customers. That package includes four Primus trunks with eight […]

An Evening of Music With Kenny Loggins

After a full day of exploring the show floor at the COMPTEL PLUS Spring 2006 Convention + Expo, get ready to rest your feet but keep your toes tapping. This evenings entertainment An Evening with Kenny Loggins is being presented by Compass Global and held at 8:15 p.m. at 345 B St (4th and B; […]

AT&T Touts Alternatives to Cablecos

As a result of its merger with SBC Communications Inc., AT&T Inc. said yesterday it will be able to bundle services and cut phone bills for residential customers. The company said an estimated 4 million residential subscribers with SBC local service and AT&T long-distance service are eligible to add DSL, wireless and video services at […]

Entone Introduces Armada Intelligent Asset Manager

Entone Technologies (Booth 526) has deployed an approach to managing video on-demand assets designed to dramatically improve the economics of VoD service delivery. The companys Armada asset allocation solution goes beyond traditional, static VoD content distribution systems by dynamically and cost-effectively placing video assets in the appropriate location and storage media based on their real-time […]

What’s Left In NorVergence’s Wake?

Mike Pimentel, a family doctor based in Maryland, received a call this winter from a NorVergence representative. NorVergence pledged to consolidate his phone bills and provide a T1 line that would allow the physician to transmit copies of aviation medical exams at higher speeds than over his dialup Internet connection. It sounded like a good […]

Very ‘Popular Networks’: Redefining VPNs

Posted: 09/2000 Very ‘Popular Networks’: Redefining VPNs By James R. Dukart ervice providers and software companies are finding one of the hottest areas in today’s corporate telecom world is the provisioning of so-called virtual private networks (VPNs). So-called, that is, because today’s VPNs are not exactly what they were a few short years ago. Until […]

Live and Censored

Posted: 11/1999 Live and Censored As I was driving my sons to school recently, they insisted on hearing one of "their" CDs instead of National Public Radio. Go figure. So, I flipped on the player to the dulcet tones of Savage Garden. If you haven’t heard them, they are more "garden" than "savage." I had […]

eMarketers Go Beyond the Hit Count

Posted: 05/1999 eMarketers Go Beyond the Hit Count By Khali Henderson Telecommunications services providers and other web-based marketers are becoming more savvy, enlisting ever-more tools to improve the performance of their commerce-enabled websites. With all the "gee whiz" technology, however, web visitors remain largely elusive in a medium in which browsers can come and go […]

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