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Tangoe Releases CommCare

Tangoe Inc. has released CommCare managed services, which manage all processes associated with fixed, mobile and converged communications. CommCare services are built upon Tangoes patented technologies and are available to corporations as an ASP model in three pre-packaged component layers ¬ Base, Enhanced and Premium. These layers deliver increasing amounts of functionality and are capable […]

An Open Letter to FCC Chairman Kevin Martin

By Herb Levitin, president of GoConference and FreeGoConference Chairman Martin, Time is really running out. For the last 12 months we have been trying the correct and legal way to remedy AT&Ts self help action in stopping the settlement payments to our free conferencing companies. We have spent a lot of time and money with […]

Losing the EVDO Challenge to Satellite Internet

By Dan Baldwin, Sales Director, ATEL Communications Inc. This past July I submitted a blog posting about how I had pitched a small construction company the idea of using a cellular EVDO router to provide broadband Internet access to three computer users in a construction trailer that couldn’t get DSL or cable Internet access. While […]

Level3s Craig Schlagbaum Now VP of Indirect Channel Sales

Craig Schlagbaum is now vice president of indirect channel sales for Level3 Communications Inc. In his new expanded role, he will oversee all partner sales, marketing, engineering, operations, support and business development for the company. Schlagbaum has been with Level3 for three years as vice president of national partner sales managing master agent partners as well […]

Independent Channel Utopia

What if agents could design the perfect alternate channel organization? Id like to give it a shot. While Im not presumptive enough to think I will cover all the bases in this article, I hope my comments inspire carriers to make some of these suggestions a reality. Why me? I have been in the telecommunications […]

COMPTEL: What now?

By Peter Radizeski, RAD-INFO Well, COMPTEL is searching for a new President and CEO. Earl Comstock’s resignation as CEO on May 30 should be marked as the end of the regulatory fight for COMPTEL. As one CLEC legal guy stated, “Millions of dollars and hundreds of lawyers have not worked.” The next phase for COMPTEL […]

Forbearance Frenzy

Forbearance Frenzy When the FCC early last year relieved Verizon Communications Inc. of broadband services regulations, the agency essentially invited a crush of me too forbearance petitions from the LECs. Many of those pleas come up for a vote or time extension this summer. The additional three months is more than likely to be imposed.

Court Hears Vonage Appeal of Patent Infringement Case

A federal court on Monday heard oral arguments in the Vonage Holdings-Verizon Communications Inc. patent dispute. Not much seemed to come of the hearing, except for Judge Timothy B. Dyks suggestion that a compromise between the two companies would let Vonage keep signing new subscribers while finding a technology-workaround. Dyk was the only one of […]

Nokia to Restructure

Driven by the convergence of mobile communications and the Internet, Nokia said on Wednesday it will restructure the company as of Jan. 1, 2008. Nokia said it expects the new organization to help it better manage its devices portfolio and get new products on the market, faster. Growing consumer demand for rich, mobile experiences creates […]

ShoreTel Inc. Offers Managed Services Program

ShoreTel Inc. has unveiled its Managed Services Program, which lets organizations cover the costs of their telecommunications services through monthly payments. The ShoreTel Managed Services Program requires no down payment and customers can finance a combination of items including equipment, installation, maintenance, software, network assessment, training and support, the company said. These costs are fixed […]

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