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Level 3 Communications

Level 3 Communications, Inc., an international communications company, operates one of the largest Internet backbones in the world, connecting 180 markets in 18 countries. The company serves a broad range of wholesale, enterprise and content customers with a comprehensive suite...

Arlinx

I recently had the opportunity to ask Patrick Young of Arlinx about the company’s customer base, its IP communications strategy and the direction his company is taking.   The Arlinx IP Elite Security and Media Processing Platforms provide opportunities for...

Telecom Cost Management

One of the fastest areas of growth in communications – and there seem to be so many these days, is telecom cost management. In recognition of this fact, TMC has launched a Telecom Cost Management channel which is being sponsored...

UK Trains Get Free WiFi

Living on the east coast of the US I am lucky to have access to a rail system which is not the best in the world but definitely acceptable. As a side note I took a Metro North train to...

EVDO Rev. A Update

I can’t say enough good things about EVDO Revision A. I am using the Verizon variant and was able to work at broadband speeds up the New England coast. I could use OWA and remote desktop while streaming audio. I...

New England Tour

I am on the road again and this time using EVDO Rev. A. So far so good. I am able to work while streaming radio. Of course I live in constant fear of getting shut off by my provider which...

Touchstone Technologies

I recently had the opportunity to ask Touchstone Technologies CEO Mark Stacy about his business and the direction he is taking the company.   Touchstone is a Hatboro Pennsylvania based test and measurement company specializing in software-based solutions for active testing...

American Airlines WiFi

For better or worse I spend a great deal of time on airplanes. Interestingly the airplane is the last place where I can work with limited interruptions. Of course this doesn’t include flight attendants telling me to put my backrest...

700 MHz Setback

Just when youthought it was safe to jump into the 700 MHz frequency with your own device along comes the Federal Communications Commission's Office of Engineering and Technology (OET) who says initial testing of the prototype devices showed they failed...

700 MHz

Here is a great article from Eric Broockman on the 700 MHz Spectrum controversy and why it could have tremendous ramifications for the communications industry and the Internet....

Samsung to Overtake Motorola

Motorola has been incredibly imaginative but inconsistent in the cell phone business. Samsung as of late has been consistently creative in the same space. Here is an article from CIO Today which discusses how Samsung will soon overtake Motorola in...

More on Frontline

Here is another Frontline article worth reading by InfoWorld.  Frontline and other supporters of an open-access broadband network say the 700MHz spectrum auctions represent the last chance for the U.S. to create a new broadband network to compete with cable...

Nuvoiz: Unified Communications Grows Up

The interest in unified communications is not slowing down and I can tell from the subscription interest to TMC’s Unified Communications Magazine the future looks very bright for this burgeoning technology.   A few months back I wrote about mid-market...

No More 3G Phones

TMCnet’s Spencer Chin has written a well-researched article on the recent patent dispute between Broadcom and Qualcomm. The International Trade Commission has ruled Qualcomm Corp. cannot import some of its baseband chips into the U.S. because they violate patents...

ZyXel

The engineers at ZyXel have been busy pumping out new products which I recently had a chance to see. One of the company’s latest creations is the ZyWALL 2WG which is 3G and WiFi mobile broadband security appliance for remote...

iPhone Release Date

The release date of the much anticipated Apple iPhone has finally been set on June 29, 2007. As diehard fans already know the 4 gigabyte version costs $499 and the 8 gigabyte version is $100 more. It will be offered...

Amp’d Mobile

The MVNO model is virtually impossible to pull off it seems. ESPN, Disney and now Amp’d Mobile is filing for bankruptcy protection. Check out Om Malik’s post for more.   See also:   Amp’d mobile broke, files for bankruptcy Torrent...

Tom Wheeler

I would like to personally welcome Tom Wheeler to the TMCnet editorial team. Tom is an industry veteran with experience which is virtually unrivaled. Having been president of both the CTIA and the NCTA he is in the enviable position...

Saitek Obsidian Mouse

I recently reviewed a Saitek Obsidian mouse. The unit is wireless and works on the 2.4 GHZ frequency. The range of the mouse is 10 meters but I only tested it at 2 and it worked fine. The mouse comes...

Broadcom Defeats Qualcomm

Today’s jury decision seems to seriously injure Qualcomm based on this TMCnet story written by Spencer Chin. The dollar values so far is a hair under $20 million and further damages looks like they will be awarded. In addition, Broadcom...

Cable Gets VoIP

Cable companies are feasting on VoIP success by the millions of customers. What an amazing job they are doing taking customers from phone companies. So far however, cable VoIP growth in the SMB space has been slow. Large phone companies...

Wireless 2.0

Google, Yahoo, Skype/eBay and others are very interested in ensuring they have direct access to consumers through licensed spectrum. In fact, on March 6, 2007, Google became part of a consortium called the Coalition for 4G in America. It...

Motorola: I Hate My Customers

Yesterday I was speaking to an influential PR representative who was implying one of his handset manufacturer customers was not really thrilled by the amount of power the wireless carriers wield. Generally this sort of talk is done behind...

Cellular 911

As many people leave their fixed line phones for wireless only devices there will be an inevitable problem of safety. You see cellular phones do not have the ability to relay location information as accurately as a fixed line...

Radcom QTrace

Networks are converging at breakneck speed and as they do, so does the need to search and troubleshoot calls across multiple sites and networks. According to Avi Zamir, President of Radcom, his company is starting to see the need for...
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