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Intelliverse Names Senior VP of Sales

Intelliverse has appointed Gene Skip Lane as senior vice president of sales. Lane, who has 25 years of experience in the telecommunications industry, will be responsible for all Intelliverse sales channels and business development. He joins Intelliverse from Razor IP, a company he founded and was CEO of until he sold it earlier this year. […]

Apple Sells 1 Millionth iPhone

Apple Inc. said Monday it sold its 1 millionth iPhone over the weekend. The company said on its Web site the milestone was achieved on Sunday, 74 days after the launch of the device. The iPhone debuted to much fanfare June 29. In comparison, Apple said, it took two years to sell its 1 millionth […]

Lessons From the U.S. Open

By Peter Radizeski, RAD-INFO The outer courts have some great matches. Cheering crowds. Many languages. Tight competition. These are the hungry competitors. At Arthur Ashe Stadium on Monday night, the Williams sisters destroy their opponents quickly. In comparison, the VoIP providers and the CLECs are the competitors (at least some of them). Battling to make […]

What is a Partner Worth?

By Peter Radizeski, RAD-INFO I have often had a vacillating relationship with carriers. Mainly because while they like to call us “partners, it is not usually the case. We are inexpensive tools for their sales department. When you have sold millions of dollars of billing for a company, you would think there would be a […]

The Conference Group Debuts Web/Audio Product

The Conference Group (Booth 410) launched at the Channel Partners Conference & Expo with ReadyShow-Multi-Media, a combined audio and Web conferencing service. We have always incorporated the Web conferencing service into our reservationless audio bridge, but at an incremental cost, explained Greg Plum, the Conference Groups alternate channel manager. Now, the two are pre-integrated and […]

Intelliverse Agents Help Small Businesses callEverywhere

VoIP wholesaler Intelliverse this month is launching its agent program to sell a version of its hosted VoIP service, Intelliverse callEverywhere, which is tailored to small and very small businesses. Stacy Conrad, who has been tapped to head up the new program as vice president of agent sales, comes to the role after four years […]

Roy A. Wilkens

THEN: Roy A. Wilkens was president of Williams Telecommunications Co. (WilTel) in 1987 and was beginning to be vindicated for his gutsy decision — as president of Williams Pipeline Co. — to use the company’s gas rights of way for fiber-optic telecommunications. The company would do a brisk business in wholesale capacity and would be […]

John Marsch

THEN: John Marsch was CEO of TMC California, which was founded in 1982 and built the first digital microwave network to connect area businesses with fiber-optic technology. It provided service to more than 14,000 commercial customers and had 150 employees and seven offices throughout the state. His vision was to be one of the first […]

Geoff Shepstone

THEN : In 1987, Geoff Shepstone was an account executive for Harris Lanier and sold key systems as well as  the Harris 20/20 PBX. Back then, he says some businesses were still renting the Bell 1A2 phones you know, the ones with the five light-up push buttons on the front and the one-inch diameter cords. […]

telx Sold to GI Partners

The telx Group Inc. has been sold to GI Partners, a transatlantic private equity firm. Detailed terms of the transaction have not been disclosed. This is a monumental achievement by a team of outstanding professionals who I have had the pleasure to lead through innumerable challenges throughout the years, Rory J. Cutaia, the founder, chairman […]

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