NetLogic Rolls Out VoIP Plus

NetLogic, a service provider in the Midwest, today said it has deployed its VoIP service, VoIP Plus, for business and wholesale markets. The CLEC, however, does not use the Internet for VoIP. Instead, it relies on its own network to bypass the public Internet and send calls directly to the PSTN, avoiding Web traffic jams […]

5Linx Rebrands Packet8 Services

8×8 Inc., the Packet8 VoIP provider, said this week 5Linx, a network marketing company specializing in telecommunications sales, will offer Packet8 services under the re-branded Globalinx name. The Rochester, N.Y.-headquartered 5Linx sells to independent salespeople throughout the United States. “Our reps are eager and motivated to introduce their customers to the tremendous savings and benefits […]

Qualmax Unveils New Logo

Qualmax Inc. (Booth 116), which sells new and refurbished VoIP and telecom equipment, will be debuting its new image this week, unveiling a new logo for the company. The decision to shift from the familiar blue swoosh culminating in concentric circles pierced by white lightning bolts will be replaced by a simpler, more streamlined image. […]


Posted: 12/2002 RESELLING UNIFIED MESSAGING: KEEP IT SIMPLE By Josh Long KEITH GOEKE HAS SOME BASIC advice for resellers marketing unified communications to small businesses. Keep the sales pitch simple. "It’s still an educational process for most people when it comes to unified messaging and the way to get through to that customer is to […]

Business News – Founder Sells U.S. Payphone School

Posted: 10/1999 Founder Sells U.S. Payphone School Dave Singleton, founder of the U.S. Payphone School, Ballston Spa, N.Y., which trains entrepreneurs for the payphone business, has sold the school. The new owners, George Sowards, owner of Premiere Payphone Services Inc., Bowling Green, Ky., and Jack Wheatley, owner of Wheatel Communications, Louisville, Ky., plan to take […]

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