Thursday, June 23, 2011

Telecom Vendor News For June

Here's the Telecom vendor news for June. Check out was is going on in the Telecom world and see what your business can take advantage of.

* AccuConference - AccuConference has just released Audio Archiving. All audio conferencing call recordings can be stored safely and securly for $9.95 a month.

* EarthLink - EarthLink Inc. is doubling down on its presence in Rochester by spending $12 million to move its local operations to the Alexander Park Professional Center and buy Perinton firm LogicalSolutions.net.

* GTT - Global Telecom & Technology, Inc. announced an agreement to acquire privately-held, UK-based PacketExchange.

* Level 3 ....

o Level 3 Communications, Inc. announced that it has launched the Level 3 Wholesale Partner Program to better enable domestic and international wholesale carriers to resell Level 3's services to their enterprise customers.

o Level 3 in Europe can now offer Dedicated Internet Access services from all IP gateway locations and is presently developing a new VPN and Managed Services portfolio. In addition, these international enterprise services will leverage the NNIs available to connect customers to the Level 3 Network at over 17,000 new locations throughout Europe.

o Level 3 Communications Inc. is putting the network it built in the late 1990s to a new use, opening up some 200 regeneration and optical amplification sites as access points to its fiber optic backbone. By erecting microwave towers on the two-to-four-acre sites with huts that house re-gen/optical amplification equipment, Level 3 says it can give mobile operators quick and inexpensive access to backhaul coverage across suburban, exurban and hard-to-reach rural areas.

* PAETEC ....

o PAETEC is playing into the business user's need for increased data bandwidth with its new 100 Mbps Ethernet over Copper (EoC) service.

o PAETEC Holding Corp. announced the launch of an expanded portfolio of cloud-based products and the planned deployment of new data centers coast-to-coast.

o PAETEC plans to deploy a new data center in McLean, VA, approximately ten miles from Washington, D.C.

* TelePacific - TelePacific Communications, the largest California-based CLEC providing integrated voice and data telecommunications services to the small and medium-sized business ("SMB") customer segment in California and Nevada, announced a definitive agreement to acquire all of the assets and customers of IXC, Inc., and IXC Holdings, Inc., which do business as Telekenex, a business-grade IP services provider headquartered in San Francisco and Seattle.

* Telx ....

o US collocation provider Telx has announced that it is expanding the data centre footprint at its New Jersey facility.

o Telx announced that it has expanded the data center footprint of its world-class facility at 2323 Bryan St. in Dallas, Texas by 20,000 square feet.

o Telx launched its new cloudXchange connectivity platform. The Telx cloudXchange enables cloud service providers to offer on-demand applications and infrastructure via a distributed, hybrid delivery model. This industry-unique delivery model cost effectively increases cloud services uptime, while reducing application latency, giving end-users a reliable, "on-premise like" quality experience. Available in all 15 of Telx's world-class data centers, the Telx cloudXchange is also where Enterprise cloud users can securely connect to a fast-growing ecosystem of solutions providers.

* Windstream ....

o Windstream Unveils New Boston Data Center to Meet Region's Growing Cloud Computing Demands

o Windstream Hosted Solutions, one of the nation's premier providers of enterprise-class cloud computing and managed hosting solutions, announced it has opened its third state-of-the-art data center in Charlotte as part of the company's continued expansion.

* XO Communications ....

o XO Communications Inc. confirmed Thursday that its channel chief, Brian Law, has resigned his post to pursue an entrepreneurial endeavor. Law will remain with the company at least through May as the company searches for a replacement. Meanwhile, the channel organization will roll up to Mike Toplisek, chief marketing officer for XO Business Services.

o XO Communications announced that it is expanding its international network services capabilities to include European IP/MPLS IP-VPN nodes, plus access to 48 countries throughout Europe, Asia/Pacific, North America, and South America as well as the U.S. territories of Guam, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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