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What Do the Security Hacks Mean for the Channel?

It seems every day this month there was either an announcement about a security hack or another note about the NSA spying. Although most people think "It won't happen to me", with the constant news, even the most ignorant,...

Tidbits and Interesting Things Part 140

Some interesting services around the sector. ADTRAN has field services that ITSP's can hire to perform site surveys and install Hosted VoIP deployments. (No idea about cabling, but that seems to be an issue for national providers. Local or...

The FCC Open Internet Order is Out!

The FCC's Open Internet order has been published. Before reading it, people were critiquing it. Now let's see how many can read it - all 400 pages! There are quite a few exceptions in network management for stuff like...

What Do You Know About Global Capacity?

In this sixteen minute podcast, Global Capacity's Chief Revenue Officer, Ben Edmond, responds to our twitter exchange to talk about the company since its bankruptcy, the Megapath acquisition, market trends, cloud's effect on network and more. Edmond explains why...

Managed Security Portfolios Grow

In the wake of so much hacking, security concerns are starting to show up in the offerings from a number of providers. As Trustwave claims, "Threats are growing more hostile. Budgets are tight. Skills are at a premium. And...

The Customer is Always Right

Seth Godin reminded me this morning that the customer is always right - or he won't be a customer for long. This comes at a good time, because a recent conference call about latency on a Layer 2 private...

Dell Gets WYSE

Dell announced that it is acquiring WYSE today. WYSE is known for its dummy terminals, particularly for POS (point-of-sale). WYSE also has gotten into desktop virtualization - not that strong a leap. Wyse has shipped more than 20 million units...

NetWolves Wins Managed Services Deal Worth $1.9M!!!

NetWolves announced alst week that they signed a Charter School Management Group for a three-year contract worth $1.9M. This opportunity came from the Channel.US Telecom Group, a sub-agent of PlanetOne, teamed with NetWolves to design the solution that won the...

Open Neutral Fair

There are a bunch of debates raging over the telecommunications infrastructure. Congress has looked at Open Access bills for cellular networks. By this we mean that a consumer can use any available handset or device on any cell network. This is...

Have You Considered This?

An interesting discussion on one of the lists started as VoIP Redundancy for ITSP's and quickly went on tangents. One tangent here hits the nail on the head:I think the hardest part of this is that a modern business switching...

Bandwidth isn't free

"The leaders of three of Australia's largest ISP's have declared the Net neutrality debate as solely a U.S. problem--and further, that the nation that pioneered the Internet might want to study the Australian market for clues as to how to...

Network Management, DPI, Whatever

Here's the thing that most folks don't understand. The main responsibility, duty, and sanction of Congress and any Federal Agency (like the FTC and FCC) is to protect the Consumer. The end user. Remember it is By and For the...

Bandwidth Hogs

According to Om's article about P2P and Broadband Usage, Arbor Networks data shows that Pareto's Principle works:On fixed and mobile broadband networks where consumer services are provided (i.e., NOT interprovider or typical dedicated Internet access for commercial enterprises):10% of subscribers...
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