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NBS Offers Hosted VoIP with Phone

NBS (Booth 408-410), a New York metro area-based telecom reseller and service provider, marked its show debut of the new Hosted Seat with Phone solution at the Channel Partners Conference & Expo. With this offering, NBS customers now have access to the latest IP voice technology and converged network infrastructure, without having to purchase new […]

An Empty Seat at the Table

By Peter Radizeski, RAD-INFO Marketing guru and author Seth Godin wrote a blog post in January 2005 about “The myth of the CMO. “I feel sorry for Judy Verses. She’s the Chief Marketing Officer of Verizon, a brand that is justifiably reviled by millions of people. “Is Verizon disdained, mistrusted and avoided because Judy’s not […]

Your Front-Row Seat for the Future

ITS GENERALLY CONSIDERED BAD manners to toot your own horn. I say this only to offer my mother plausible deniability against potential accusations that I was not taught this life lesson. Nevertheless, I am going to do it anyway. (Sorry, Mom!) To start with, I am pleased to tell you the Channel Partners Conference and […]

TeleBright Packages TEM for Agents

TeleBright Corp. (Booth 608) this week at Channel Partners launched an agent program for and related packages of its telecom expense management software. The companys Web-based application enables lifecycle management of services including voice, data and wireless. TeleBright populates that application by first building an inventory of all client locations, their cost structures and telecom […]

Sage Names Lewis as CEO, Rolls Out Wireless Broadband

Sage Telecom Inc., a Texas-based CLEC, this week named Terry W. Lewis its CEO, in addition to president, a role hes held since June 2005. Sage Telecom board members also elected Larry W. Carter as chairman of the board. That seat was vacated in early January by Sage Telecom founder Dennis M. Houlihan, who resigned […]

FCCs Martin Swears in Tate, Copps

Deborah T. Tate today officially became the newest member of the FCC when she was sworn in by Chairman Kevin J. Martin in a private ceremony. The Republican was joined by second-term commissioner Michael J. Copps, a Democrat. The Senate in late December confirmed Copps and Tate, President Bushs pick to fill the seat left […]

Senate Confirms FCC Nominees

The Senate last night confirmed Deborah T. Tate as the FCCs newest Republican commissioner, and re-appointed Michael J. Copps, a Democrat who has served on the commission since 2001. In another late-night session, senators approved President Bushs two nominations by voice vote, Reuters reported. Tates term will expire in June 2007. She most recently has […]

Abernathy Leaving FCC in December

Republican FCC Commissioner Kathleen Q. Abernathy said today she is resigning from the commission as of Dec. 9. Abernathy, who has served on the commission since 2001, is not seeking another term and must leave the agency when Congress adjourns. Abernathy yesterday sent a letter to President Bush informing him of her plans. Bush just […]

Bush Nominates Tate for FCC Seat

President Bush said today he will nominate Republican Tennessee regulatory commissioner Deborah Tate to fill the FCC seat that has remained empty since March. A number of events including hurricanes in the Southeast, the death of Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist and the retirement of Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day OConnor have caused the […]

CompTel To Hold Board Elections

CompTel will elect a new board of directors at its annual membership meeting this afternoon. In addition to the nominations sent to the association by the September deadline, additional names will be accepted from the floor. Members today will elect 27 directors: nine from the large member category (annual revenue above $300 million); nine from […]

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