Thursday, September 16, 2010

Telarus Telecom Vendor News

Any business needing dedicated bandwidth or any other Telecom network solution will be interested in the news below. Lot's of specials and impressive deals you should take advantage of.

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1. AboveNet

* AboveNet has expanded their footprint into Washington DC, Miami, and Denver.

* Metro Core Wave, AboveNet's latest product, provides Carrier and Enterprise customers a scalable and dynamic metro solution, and the ability to grow from 1Gbp/s to 40Gbp/s and higher.

2. ACC Business - Effective 8/5/10, PNT customers who order new ACC Business service, or renew their existing service, will now be able to add new PNT (including EaPNT) and ANIRA locations under their existing contract term.

3. Accel Networks - Accel Networks announced the availability of its new customer portal AccelView, a Web-based platform that provides customers real-time reporting of each network site, network status, usage reports, asset tracking, orders and returns tracking.

4. Accuconference - Accuconference is now offering a free demo account. For two weeks they will be granted free access to all of the Accuconference features, including call recording, live-call screen, the customer site, web conferencing, and more.

5. Airband - Airband Communications and Sparkplug Communications today announced they have merged, creating the largest fixed-wireless company for businesses in the U.S.

6. One Communications - One Communications expanded their services to Chicago, Cleveland and Detroit.


* PAETEC opened new rate centers last week in Florida, New York, and Iowa.

* New PAETEC bundled pricing will be loaded into GeoQuote in the next few days. This pricing has only been made available to Telarus. It will be about three weeks before the rest of the industry sees this pricing.

8. Telepacific - TelePacific Communications announced an agreement to acquire the SMB customer base and network of O1 Communications.

9. Telx - Telx announced a 13,500 square foot expansion of its Chicago data center.

10. Windstream -

* The entire Windstream footprint, including recent acquisitions, has been integrated into GeoQuote with 100% pricing accuracy.

* Through a recent government grant, Windstream Corporation will offer broadband service speeds of up to 12 megabytes per second in Chautauqua County New York, covering Clymer, Columbus, Ellery, French Creek, Mina, and Sherman.

* Windstream has acquired Q-Comm Corporation, a privately held regional fiber transport and competitive local exchange carrier based in Overland Park, Kansas in a transaction valued at $782 million. The transaction includes Q-Comm's wholly owned subsidiaries Kentucky Data Link, Inc., a fiber services provider in 22 states, and Norlight, Inc., a competitive local exchange services company serving the Midwest.

* The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Rural Utilities Service has announced $66.4 million in grants and loans for Windstream to develop DSL, fixed wireless and other broadband projects in seven states, including Georgia, Texas and Missouri. Windstream will match the grants with $21.7 million in private funding.

* Windstream announced an expansion of its network data security portfolio with the introduction of Windstream Managed Security - Enterprise to protect the entire network of large and enterprise business customers.

11. XO Communications - XO Communications has been recognized by Frost & Sullivan, a global market research and growth consulting firm, as the leading VoIP and SIP trunking services provider and capturing the largest market share among service providers by delivering superior customer satisfaction and value.

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