Monday, March 21, 2011

March Telecom Vendor News

If you're looking for network services you should peruse the latest Telecom vendor news listed below .... the odds are you'll find just the solution you're looking for.

1. AboveNet

* AboveNet has completed its expansion in Amsterdam, Frankfurt and Paris. It now offers a portfolio of metro and WAN services to enterprises and carriers across Europe.

* AboveNet is taking out its backhoe to install more fiber connectivity and network services in California's growing Orange County area.

2. Broad Sky Networks

Broad Sky Networks has officially launched their iBeam, Optical Wireless Bandwidth product. iBeam offers a point to multipoint or point to point connection of 100M or 1Gb at 1/10th of the cost of fiber and installs quickly. This system can also be deployed in a mesh architecture as well making it ideal for campus environments, healthcare and municipalities to name a few.

3. Broadview Networks

* Broadview Networks plans to roll out its cloud computing services at the end of February.

* Broadview Networks announced that OfficeSuite, its hosted Internet Protocol (IP) phone solution, has surpassed 50,000 VoIP stations in service.

4. Level 3 Communications

* Level 3 Communications announced a strategic long-term agreement with leading Middle East telecommunications operator Saudi Telecom to enable international IP and content distribution services in Saudi Arabia and across the Middle East.

* Level 3 Communications announced that it has extended its network infrastructure in Georgia with the construction of a full network point of presence and fiber node at Global Net Access, LLC's (GNAX) AtlantaNAP Data Center.

* Level 3 Communications has announced enhancements to its data center networking portfolio. These enhancements are designed to help enterprise customers to meet increasing data center connectivity requirements, as well as better manage costs. The enhanced portfolio now includes storage area networking (SAN) fiber channel protocol, dark fiber and managed fiber solutions to provide enterprises with a comprehensive suite of scalable network services that will facilitate data management and storage.

* Level 3 launches Business Partner University. This training platform is designed to make these self-service modules easier to use with the information that you need to successfully sell Level 3 services - all at your own pace.


* PAETEC opened a new 4,400 square-foot data center in Phoenix this month.

* PAETEC announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire XETA Technologies, Inc. for $5.50 per share in cash valued at approximately $61 million.

6. Telx

Telx announced that PacketExchange has joined the Telx Ethernet Exchange. PacketExchange will leverage the facility-neutral Ethernet Exchange marketplace of service providers to enable enterprises in markets around the country to outsource their network infrastructure and obtain private, secure connectivity to cloud service providers as well as PacketExchange's global Ethernet network.

7. Time Warner Cable Business Class

Time Warner Cable Inc. and NaviSite, Inc. announced that they have entered into an agreement under which Time Warner Cable will acquire NaviSite, a premier provider of enterprise-class hosting, managed application, messaging and cloud services, for $5.50 per share in cash, or a total equity value of approximately $230 million.

8. Windstream Communications

Windstream Corp. has promoted John Leach to executive vice president of business sales. Leach has led the company's sales and sales support organizations as a senior vice president since September 2009.

9. XO Communications

XO Communications Launches Cloud-Based Communications Service for Enterprises.

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