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Josephson: Start Thinking Now

Growth and exit strategies are top of mind for most agencies that have been pounding the pavement for the last decade. Learn more today as Phil Josephson, founder of the Law Office of Philip Josephson, helps agencies, smaller resellers, even CLECs, identify their next plays. You should always be thinking about where you want to […]

NACTEL, Pace Offer Wireless Networking Training

The National Coalition for Telecommunications Education and Learning and Pace University have launched a new wireless networking curriculum for the industry. This curriculum prepares students in the fundamentals of wireless networking, including set-up, maintenance and troubleshooting. Students take three courses: an introductory course, a course that covers current techniques, and one that deals specifically with […]

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SAGITTARIUS (NOV. 22 – DEC. 21) Peace, dude. Sagittarius is the hippie of the Zodiac. This intellectual, yet jovial, archer is a laid-back, warm and friendly freedom-lover. Sagittarius has probably been voted Most Likely to Wear a Flower in Their Hair, Most Likely to Still Play Vinyl or Most Likely to Make Millions off a […]

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VIRGO (AUG. 23 – SEPT. 22) Have you hugged a tree today? If you are a Virgo, chances are you have. Virgoans are naturals with nature and excel in careers involving nature. But there is a downside to this affinity: When nature calls, it calls Virgo first Virgoans are ruled by the stomach and intestines. […]

COMPTEL Names New Regulatory Affairs VP

Competitive carrier association COMPTEL said on Tuesday it has hired Karen Reidy as its vice president of regulatory affairs. Reidy replaces Jason Oxman, who left COMPTEL earlier this year for a position with another organization. Reidy previously worked as counsel at MCI for nine years. She received her B.S from the University of Maryland and […]

Bush Renominates Martin as FCC Chairman

Barring unforeseen obstacles, Kevin J. Martin will remain at the helm of the FCC through June 30, 2011, now that President Bush has renominated the chairman whose term was set to expire this June. Martin first joined the commission in 2001, working with then-chairman Michael Powell. Bush appointed him as chairman when Powell left the […]

Martin Names New Wireless Legal Advisor

FCC Chairman Kevin Martin said today Fred Campbell will serve as his legal advisor for wireless issues. Campbell most recently was an attorney advisor in the wireline competition bureau. Before joining the commission, Campbell worked as an attorney for the law firm of Harris, Wiltshire and Grannis, where he addressed legal issues associated with the […]

Bloggers Gone Wild

Attending a Sun Devil football or basketball game is now a high-tech, free-forall experience. Fans of the Arizona State University teams can blog onto an interactive big screen during the pre-game events, thanks to Verizon Wireless, which is ASUs exclusive wireless provider. This TXT-2-Screen technology helps Sun Devil fans create pre-game entertainment for everyone in […]

Channel Partners News – Whats GE Got to Do with It?

GE Security is better known in the high-tech security world. So why is it turning its focus to telecom? Jim Clark, vice president of global sales and marketing for GE Security, will answer that question during his special address at the Fall 2005 Channel Partners Conference & Expo, Sept. 20-22, 2005 at the Hyatt Regency […]

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