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Arbinet Files Suit Against World-Link

Minutes trader Arbinet-thexchange Inc. said today it has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against World-Link Telecom Inc. in the U. S. District Court in the Eastern District of New York. Arbinet claims World-Link has infringed on three of its U.S. patents regarding the trading of telecommunications capacity. Arbinet has asked the court to stop World-Link […]

Cellular South Works to Restore Service after Hurricane Katrina

Cellular South said this week it has started restoring wireless service in Hancock, Harrison and Jackson Counties, areas along the Mississippi Gulf Coast hard hit by Hurricane Katrina. The privately held wireless provider says its network maintained a signal in some of these regions following last Monday’s storm, and never lost service in parts of […]

Big Wheels Keep on Turning

Posted: 05/2005 Big Wheels Keep on Turning My brother-in-law asked me if there was anything new going on in the telecom market these days. I was attending his son’s third birthday party, so I realized he was just making conversation, but I couldn’t resist the retort: “Nothing unless you count the fact that SBC is […]

CIMCO Group Aims to Boost Security

CIMCO Communications Inc. has formed the CIMCO Professional Services Group to help customers secure their networks and augment their IT resources amid growing security concerns. A recent survey of 300 CIOs by the Society for Information Management listed security as the third most important concern behind business/IT alignment and strategic planning. The CIMCO Professional Services […]

Bells Hang Up on AT&T Proposal

AT&T Corp. has proposed moving off a leasing platform the biggest local phone companies despise, but that has not made peace in the industry. Some regional Bells have blasted AT&T’s proposal to provide consumers local phone service over its own switches in exchange for lower wholesale rates on access to the last mile: the wires […]

The Buck Stops Where?

Posted: 02/1998 The Buck Stops Where? By Debera Bell-Beam The cost of payphone compensation has begun its run down the telecom food chain. The payout, however, earmarked for payphone owners, remains elusive and locked in litigation as lawyers and judges hammer out what fair compensation means in dollars and cents. The Personal Communications Industry Association […]

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