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XO Expands Service Throughout Canada

XO’s Canadian network uses redundant metro fiber rings and multiple, diverse long-haul fiber routes that span the country, terminating in the XO hub in Toronto.

Private-Line Services Market to Decline

A new study shows that the $35 billion U.S. private line services market is expected to decline 1 percent annually over the next five years as the shift to packet-based services offsets demand for higher bandwidth private lines.

XO Expands Global Network Services

Once complete, the expansion will enable XO to offer its enterprise and carrier customers Dedicated Internet Access, Ethernet, MPLS IP-VPN and Private Line services to more locations around the world.

Nitel Hires New Agent Program Manager

Anne Brogan comes to the virtual network operator from American Telesis and will, among other responsibilities, oversee agent training.

Nitel Gives Agents On-the-Spot Quoting Capability

Wholesale provider Nitel has a cool new app that lets agents calculate distances between central offices and PoPs, and price services, on the go. The app’s designed for Apple devices, so partners without an iPhone or similar gadget need to go directly to Nitels website.

Verizon Business Adds Global Ethernet to Managed Services

Now, multinational organizations can place Verizon Ethernet services in a managed network environment containing just those services, or in combination with other network services for a complete end-to-end, global managed network solution.

US Business Spending on Wireline Data Declining

Across nearly every category of wireline data services, spending by U.S. businesses is falling in 2009, reports In-Stat. Overall, the market research firm expects a nearly 2 percent decline in U.S. business spending on wireline data services, which represents the first time this market has declined in the 10 plus years In-Stat has been tracking […]

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