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Yes, FiOS was a Good Idea

I find the debate over FiOS to be incredible. Some Investors didn't think the investment made sense and analysts even say there will be no way to get the investment in fiber to the home (FTTH) paid back.What these arguments...

One Man's iPhone Journey (phone not included)

A few weeks back I was at the VoIP Sizzles 2008 event in Dallas and the day it was over I told Robert Messer the founder of ABP and the Sizzles events that I have been trying to get...

Buy iPhone 3G Online

If you are an AT&T Premier customer you can now buy the iPhone 3G online. This is much better than having to stand in line but of course it seems that only business customers qualify. Sorry.I guess that means there...

Cloud Computing Showdown

Cloud computing has so many benefits and the market is poised to continue its momentum. Companies like Amazon and Google were early players in this market but the early success of these companies has not gone unnoticed. Case in point,...

Fuel Prices Fuel Technology

As fuel prices increase, so does the desire to come up with reasonable alternatives. Some of these efforts revolve around conservation and others have to do with new technologies which make it possible to bypass oil, coal and natural gas.Today...

iPhones Shortage Persists

Greg Galitzine cited a website called Topmuffin when writing that the iPhone shortage has dissipated. I checked the iPhone availability site at 5:00 AM on July 25 and there were zero phones available in Connecticut, New York, California, Florida and...

TMCnet's iPhone Site

As the world's leading media company in the communications and technology site, wouldn't we be irresponsible if we didn't launch an entire site dedicated to iPhones and related technology? Of course we would and since we would never, ever want...

iPhone Driving Wireless Broadband

For years, carriers worldwide tried pushing wireless data services and have been disappointed at how fast consumers were adopting the technology. What they failed to realize the entire time they were investing billions of dollars in network infrastructure was it...

iPhone Lines Persist

Perhaps I am the idiot and Steve Jobs is right. We just called the Apple store in Stamford, CT (both local AT&T Wireless stores are sold out and you can tell they aren't too happy to be fielding these calls)...

Google's Android Plays Favorites?

It seems that if you were a finalist in the google Android Developer Challenge you have the option to sign an NDA which allows you access to SDK updates. This is all well and good unless of course you are...

iPhone: Living Through Other's Misery

Fellow blogger Tom Cross has a story about how the new software upgrade on his iPhone caused him to lose  mountains of personal data and voicemails . Tom Keating has more. Gee, perhaps its a good thing I couldn't buy...

Another Year, Another iPhone Activation Problem

Seems like you can not keep up with the demand associated with a new iPhone roll out.See also:Rumors: Problems Activating 3G iPhone; iTunes Network Cited...

CallVantage Service to End?

I wouldn't be surprised to see AT&T CallVantage service come to an end. Tom Keating has more on what is speculation at the moment. UVerse is obviously a competitive product to CallVantage but you need AT&T DSL to get it....

Is Wireless Really Opening Up?

Is it possible that in front of our eyes, the US wireless market is opening up? It seems this is the case as MetroPCS Communications has just opened its network, allowing customers to bring devices from other networks which will...

Ditech Networks Update

The latest at Ditech Networks is that the company has hired Hossein Eslambolchi as a technical advisor. Generally, hiring a technical advisor is not big news but Eslambolchi is a bit of a celebrity having a distinguished career in engineering...

Cisco's Managed Services Push

It has been an interesting day so far here at NXTComm. The first meeting of the day was with Cisco who plans on becoming a much bigger player in the managed services space… Al Safarikas the Sr. Director, Wireline Segment...

T-Mobile Lawsuit Repercussions

Rob Adler has an interesting take on the T-Mobile/Starbucks WiFi lawsuit at his Vantage blog. His point? That the PR hit of winning a lawsuit which takes away WiFi from millions of users will be extreme. I can't help but...

T-Mobile Suing Starbucks

T-Mobile is already not thrilled AT&T will replace them as the service provider of choice in Starbucks stores, now the GSM-based service provider who was early to embrace WiFi is losing revenue due to the new AT&T/Starbucks promotion of free...

Will Steve Jobs Wow Us?

It seems that if you do not blog about the iPhone this weekend you will be out touch with the blogging and news gathering communities. It is just that important. On Monday we will have a new Apple mobile device...

Mobile Virtual Worlds Emerge

There are so many communications companies pushing products and services revolving around virtual worlds, one wonders if we are about to see a new subset of communications break out and achieve mass appeal like VoIP, the iPhone or Blackberry. Do...

Of IP Communications and Broadband Reliability

I came across an interesting article in the New York Times by Randall Stross which discusses consumer VoIP services, the differences in quality between them and the general trend towards multiple services of lower reliability replacing a single service (PSTN)...

WiMAX Research Launched

If you are interested in analysis on the ClearWire WiMAX deal and other facets of the exciting WiMAX industry, you are in luck as Sidecut Reports has a new report which goes into depth on all parts of the burgeoning...

AT&T Webinar Focuses on Hosted Market

Remember when hosted communications was called Centrex? Those were the days. Life was slower back then. We didn't have smart phones -- really we didn't even have mobile phones. Heck, we didn't even have e-mail or voicemail... My, how things...

PAETEC: Success Under the Radar

Recently I traveled to San Francisco to PAETEC World, the largest of annual meetings that PAETEC has with its customers. During this cold San Francisco week, over 350 customers and well over 100 PAETEC employees spent a few days in...

Skype as David, Telcos as Goliath

OK, now I have heard it all. Large, incumbent telephone companies are going to launch a competitor to Skype. But before I proceed with my thoughts, as often the case with such amazing speculation, it is good to air out...
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