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Telecom Reflection

By Peter Radizeski, RAD-INFO I’m going to hit on a few of topics. One: The Panel At the Channel Partners Expo, Qwest mentioned that it would need help from its partners to fulfill the government win it just received. If you are a small, minority-owned company, let your carriers know. If you have specific certifications […]

Switch and Data Expands Its Dallas Footprint

Switch and Data, a provider of Internet exchange and colocation services, secured new space to expand one of its three data centers in Dallas. The company’s now larger INFOMART location offers expanded capacity to satisfy demand in the market. Switch and Datas footprint in the Dallas metro area reaches 65,000 square feet of space, allowing […]

Thoughts on the FCC

By Peter Radizeski, RAD-INFO Special access pricing flexibility. Forbearance petitions. The 700MHz wireless spectrum auction rules. These are just some of the major issues facing the FCC now. (The FCC has not ruled on long ignored issues such as inter-carrier compensation, virtual-NXX, and USF reform, but has had plenty of time for indecency). I did […]

Cisco Announces Network For Partner-to-Partner Collaboration

As part of a continued effort to help build a collaborative and adaptive channel to accelerate customer and partner success, Cisco Systems Inc. on Thursday introduced the Cisco Industry Solutions Partner Network. The network will engage, enable and reward channel partners, application providers and device manufacturers to collaborate and deliver industry-specific products that address the […]

Making Regional Change

By Peter Radizeski, RAD-INFO In speaking with a BellSouth Partner, an interesting fact showed up. There are only about 400,000 business names left in the database for call centers to target. And since there are about 30 call centers operated by either AT&T Southeast or by the various partner agencies, those businesses must get three […]

Money Hard to Find in SMB Voice

By Peter Radizeski, RAD-INFO VoIP has taken quite a few hits in the press lately. Vonage and patent fights. SunRocket closing. The E-911 issue. The viability of the pure play VoIP provider is in question. Not just from a net neutrality standpoint either. More from a financial model. Most people looking to move to VoIP […]

Corridor Warriors

Voice over WLAN is getting noticed by the SMB set lately, especially businesses with locally mobile workers that find that VoWLAN can be a great technology to boost productivity and employee satisfaction. Its a segment with promise for those channel partners willing to put in the education work necessary to understand the solution. All the […]

Avaya…. And the PBX Industry

By Peter Radizeski, RAD-INFO Why go private? The costs to be public are transparency, shareholders and regulatory. Between SOX and GBL and all the other rules, it is an expensive venture to go public. The options mess and executive compensation only add to the headache. Yet public means access to monies (ask TowerStream who went […]

Patrick K. Brant Named CEO and President of SkyPort Global Communications

Patrick K. Brant recently has joined SkyPort Global Communications Inc. as CEO and president. Brant most recently served as CEO and president of Loral Skynet, the satellite operations unit of Loral Space & Communications Inc. He has been an advisor to SkyPorts board of directors for the past three months. Brant assumes the new executive […]

Jumping Into the Low End

I am not sure if its coincidental, but two technology companies Cisco and Digium, which are at opposite ends of the size and philosophy spectrum are rethinking their go-to-market strategies addressing the low-end business market. Both companies have come up with appliances that will make it easier for small businesses to adopt their technology and […]

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