Thursday, September 29, 2011

Who Is NetWolves?

NetWolves Corporation is a global telecommunications and Internet managed services providers offering single-source network solutions that provides multi-carrier and multi-vendor implementation to over 1,000 customers worldwide. The Company's principal activity is to design, manage and deliver products and services allowing people and networks to access the Internet and telecommunications networks, efficiently and cost effectively.

What You Should Know About NetWolves

NetWolves is an FCC-licensed and tariffed carrier in all 50 states, offering multiple services on a single invoice. NetWolves has strategic agreements with over 160+ underlying telecommunications providers, including Sprint, Level 3, AGSI, Verizon, Qwest, Covad, Road Runner, Cox, Charter, and Spacenet.

NetWolves provides network security solutions coupled with network management and communication services worldwide. NetWolves operates in three segments: Voice Services, Managed Services Charges, and Equipment and Consulting.

The Voice Services segment provides voice services, including voice over Internet protocol, switched and dedicated inbound/outbound long distance, travel cards, and conference calling data services; and data services comprising IP dedicated and dial-up services, broadband services, frame relay, and private line.

The Managed Services Charges segment provides network and security technology and various recurring managed data services. This segment provides system solutions to organizations needing network security features, such as firewall, virtual private networking, routing, intrusion detection, content filtering, and email.

The Equipment and Consulting segment engages in the design, development, marketing, and support of information delivery hardware products and software, as well as in the provision of consulting services.

To take advantage of what Netwolves has to offer .... simply request more information and a free quote here:

Network Security and Managed Services

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Monday, September 26, 2011

Who Is AccuConference?

AccuConference offers a broad array of tools to meet business needs, from audio conferencing to web and video.

What You Should Know About AccuConference

AccuConference hosts all of their services in house, from sales to technical support, as well as the conferencing products used on a daily basis.

AccuConference has been featured in Forbes Magazine as well as Businessweek and was the 2008 winner of the Telecom Association Member’s Choice for Overall Excellence in Conferencing.

AccuConference product features:

* Multiple Access Codes - Create customized moderator, speaker and participant codes for your conference.

* Multiple Conferences - Setup multiple "rooms" to host different conferences simultaneously and stay organized.

* Call Security/PIN options - Create custom pin codes to increase security and track caller ID's.

* Event Planning - We'll schedule your conference, create custom registration pages, and send email reminders.

* Recording - Digital recording with immediate download, including auto-record options.

* Live call screen - View callers and access moderator controls via the Internet.

* Pre-Conference/ Green Room - Review last-minute details in a private "green room" before starting your conference.

* Lecture Mode - This feature allows you to mute all participants on your call.

* Q & A Controls - Moderate a Question & Answer session when participants "raise their hand."

* Web Conferencing - Share PowerPoint, host a poll and text-chat with participants.

* Blast Dial / Web Out-dial - Invite callers from all over the world to join your call live.

To take advantage of all that AccuConfernce has to offer your business ... simply request more information here:

Audio, Web, and Video Conferencing

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Thursday, September 22, 2011

The Basics Of How SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) Drives Your VoIP System Design And Function

Hold on to your seat.'s an explanation of SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) in laymans terms. It's pretty basic.... but should be just what you need to understand how this VoIP application fits into your VoIP system design plans and function. After all, not everyone in the business world can talk or understand "techie speak".

SIP - Session Initiation Protocol. It is exactly that - the main purpose of SIP is to set up and tear down media (audio/video/etc data) sessions, and also to manage endpoints and other things.

SIP devices communicate (usually) on UDP port 5060. When one device wants to start a call to another, it sends an INVITE message. Included in this is the SDP, session description protocol, which explains exactly what form the data will take (audio/video/etc, what codec, etc). When they agree and are ready to start exchanging media (data), RTP (realtime transport protocol) is used to actually exchange the data. RTP functions on any range of ports, which are assigned to each endpoint. The endpoints negotiate and choose acceptable ports on each side.

Sip also does a few other thing such as REGISTER. Register allows a SIP device with a dynamic IP to recieve calls. A common use is an ATA (vonage type box) - when you plug it in, it registers to its server, and renews the registration every XXX seconds to keep the server up to date (in case its IP changes).

SIP has a handful of other functions. For example NOTIFY can be used to pass assorted data to an endpoint (many IP phones will reboot when you NOTIFY them with the data 'check-sync'). NOTIFY is also used for MWI. There is also SUBSCRIBE, which allows an extension to subscribe to notifications of the status of a voice mail box (for MWI) or an extension/channel (for BLF....(busy lamp field, the thing which makes a guy's button light up when he is on the phone).

There are a handful of other SIP functions, for example REFER (transfer), BYE (hangup), etc.

SIP has three ways of dealing with DTMF signals sent while the call is in progress:

* Inband- Send the tones as audio in the media stream. Only works with G.711 ulaw/alaw codec, other codecs will distort the DTMF.

* RFC2833- Send the tones out of band but still attached to the audio stream via RTP.

* INFO- send the tones as SIP INFO packets along the control channel.

RFC2833 is probably the most common.

There is also a set of extensions called SIMPLE (Sip Instant Messaging, Presence, and Location Extensions). Put simply, this is a way to use SIP for instant messaging type uses.

SIP does not play nice with NAT routers, mostly because of RTP - the SDP includes the source and destination IP addresses where media should be sent to, which are not always correct.

For example - if you have an ATA behind NAT, it will use its own IP (192.168) when creating the SDP. NAT will correctly translate the header, so the packet is addressed from the network's external IP. However the contents of the packet still have a 192.168 IP as the destination, which the server cannot send media to. This commonly results in calls which work except one or both parties cannot hear each other.

There are two ways to solve this - media gateways (sip-aware router that rewrites the SDP) or more commonly, STUN (Sip Traversal Under NAT). STUN is a protocol which allows a SIP device to, with the help of a STUN server, discover its own external IP and what kind of NAT it is behind. It can then write the SDP correctly and negotiate the RTP session so the NAT will not bother it.

SIP shares many response codes with HTTP. IE- 404=extension not found, 401=unauthorized, etc.

Lastly in case you are ever looking at a SIP transcript - SIP performs authentication (where passwords are used) using digests. Thus, a typical authenticated session looks like this:

device tries to connect (INVITE)....

server responds trying....

server responds 401 unauthorized with some auth info....

device responds OK....

device tries to connect (INVITE) this time with hashed auth data....

server responds trying....

server responds ok (and other phone starts to ring)....

Hopefully the above gives you a basic understanding and arms you with enough to be able to ask the right questions....for the right the right time.

For free help finding a SIP solution for your business simply request a no cost quote here: Business VoIP Solution

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Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Broadband Nation Message on 4G World Conference

For a limited time, DIDXchange invites its clients, vendors, industry friends and partners to attend the 3rd Annual 4G World Conference and Expo, in Chicago, IL, USA from Oct. 24-27, 2011

Save up to $300 on a four-day conference package, but be sure to use PRIORITY CODE: 4GWMS39 to save an additional $100 off EARLY BIRD pricesComplimentary Expo Pass registration is also available.

4G and the mobile Internet are together the fastest growing technology markets in the world. Tens of billions of dollars are now being invested by hundreds of operators around the globe to deliver next generation mobile networks and applications to billions of users. 4G World is the "must attend" 4G event of 2011.

Sign up to participate and get ready to ask questions, see the latest products, meet key people, and participate in important discussions. Hear from industry leaders - Alvarion, Ericsson, Nokia Siemens Networks, Sprint, Alcatel-Lucent, Huawei, Intel, Juniper Networks, Qualcomm, Samsung, Verizon Wireless, KDDI, MetroPCS, TDC and others. View our full speaker line-up here:

Registration is available now with up to $300 on a four-day conference package, but be sure to use PRIORITY CODE: 4GWMS39 to save an additional $100 off EARLY BIRDprices.

- - Four-day conference program featuring more than 80 interactive sessions and 200+ speakers.
- - Four collocated summits: NFC Summit, 4G Backhaul Summit, Customer Experience Summit, WCAI Spectrum Summit – click here to learn more about the 4G World program:
- - Real-world implementation strategies from more than 30 operators deploying 4G today, including Sprint, Cellcom, KDDI, MetroPCS, Telstra, Verizon Wireless and VIPnet - click here to view our Operator speakers line-up:
- - 4G World is sponsored by more than 300 of the world's leading companies, associations, media channels and research firms and 100s of exhibitors such as Alvarion, Ericsson, Nokia Siemens Networks, Samsung, Sprint, Verizon, Acme Packet, Alcatel-Lucent, Ciena, Huawei, Intel, Juniper Networks, DIDXchange, Qualcomm, Airspan, Cavium, Continuous Computing, Exalt, NetLogic Microsystems, NetScout, Sequans Communications, AstraQom, Stoke, Symmetricom, Tekelec and many more!

- The largest global 4G Expo - click here to view 4G World exhibitors:

- Best of 4G Awards, presented by Connected Planet- submit today – contest closes Aug. 31!

- 4G World Solutions Theater is where all attendees can access more than 20 of today's leading solution providers every half hour during the expo to learn about the latest 4G and mobile Internet products and services that will drive the new mobile user experience. Click here to view all 4G World special events!

- Internet Cafe and Executive Breakfast hosted by Alvarion and Acme Packet

- 4G Technology Training Programs from Award Solutions and IEEE Communication registration is ready now

An audio podcast interview is also available now between Suzanne Bowen, VP of AstraQom and Co-founder of DIDX with Andrew Mitchell, 4GWorld content and program director. Stream it or download it to an mp3 player such as tablets, laptops, iPhones, and more. Available also on iTunes. 

(Suzanne Bowen is also the guest contributor of this blog post. Many thanks to FreedomFire for making the Broadband Nation blog possible.)

Use PRIORITY CODE: 4GWMS39 when you sign up for 4GWorld to savea limited time availableComplimentary Expo Pass registration is also available. 

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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Mobility is here! VoIP for a Global, Mobile Workforce

If you missed the webinar presented by One Source Networks and Sonus Networks about VoIP and Mobility, no need to worry, the on-demand replay is now available! As leaders in the advancement of mobility solutions, One Source Networks and Sonus discuss the realities of today’s IP-based solutions and examin the key enablers of the VoIP movement for the enterprise market.
Now you can listen and view the presentations along with an interactive Q&A session with Gina Nomellini, CMO and  Jeff Betteker, COO of One Source Networks and Mykola Konrad, Director of Enterprise Product Management for Sonus Networks.

That’s not all, One Source Networks is also staying ahead of the game with the recently released White Paper, VoIP for a Global Mobile Workforce and continues to explore this trend. The white paper provides key insights into VoIP products and services that are mobilizing today’s worker.

Click here to receive the full playback of the webinar and click here to receive a copy of the White Paper download. For more information on One Source Networks visit,

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Monday, September 19, 2011

September Telecom Provider News

Here's the Telecom Provider news for September .....

AboveNet - announced it has connected its fiber optic network into the new Latisys Ashburn Colocation Campus in Virginia, Options Data Centres in London, and the first carrier tenant to reside at TELEHOUSE's new, premium data center facility at 85 10th Avenue, in the Chelsea district of Manhattan.

AT&T - The Federal Communications Commission may continue to monitor AT&T even after the carrier's merger with T-Mobile, suggesting an approved purchase could come with certain conditions. The FCC and Justice Department have signaled they will increase regulation in the telecommunications industry if they approve the merger. The announcement may mean the government may force AT&T and Verizon Wireless to keep their prices from rising to help prevent a duopoly, or even make AT&T sell some of its acquired spectrum to Sprint to keep the underdog company competitive.

Comcast Business Class- Comcast has added Michigan to its list of states - including Pennsylvania, California, Colorado, Illinois and Florida -- where the cable ISP is offering services that support the next-generation Internet standard known as IPv6.

Integra Telecom....

* Integra Telecom will leverage Palo Alto Networks' platform to deliver its upcoming Cloud Firewall Service offering, which will include a mix of new security services, including everything from application visibility and control to URL filtering, Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS) and Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems (IDPS), anti-virus, anti-spyware and file/data content filtering.

* Integra Telecom may be a fiber-rich service provider, but since it's not economically feasible to deliver fiber-based Ethernet to every building, it's complementing its fiber network with Ethernet over Copper (EoC).

Level 3 Communications....

* Level 3 Communications, Inc. and Global Crossing announced that, at separate special meetings, stockholders of both companies voted to approve Level 3's proposed acquisition of Global Crossing.

PAETEC - announced that it has successfully provisioned high-rate Ethernet services in excess of 200 megabits per second (Mbps) via its advanced Ethernet-over-Copper (EoC) network.


* 360networks announced it has completed the deployment of capacity for TelePacific Communications into Chico, California. To support TelePacific's specific capacity and interface requirements, 360networks converted its Chico optical regeneration site into a point of presence (POP) site, able to support the needs of other customers as well.

* TelePacific Communications is launching national MPLS and managed services thanks to its acquisition of Telekenex, which is expected to close in the third quarter.

Time Warner Cable - will buy Insight Communications Co. for $3 billion in cash as it bolsters its presence in the Midwest, the company said Monday. The privately held cable operator serves more than 750,000 customers in Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio. It has about 537,000 high-speed data subscribers, 679,000 video subscribers and 297,000 voice subscribers.


* As Windstream continues its transformation into a broadband and business service provider, it has found another way to give its SMB customers more for their services dollar by upping their respective bandwidth speeds. Under the new speed regime, SMB customers can get their choice of 10 Mbps/2 Mbps, 24 Mbps/2 Mbps, and 24 Mbps/4 Mbps speed tiers.

* Arunas Chesonis, chairman and CEO of Paetec, will exit the company following its planned acquisition by Windstream which, if all goes according to plan, will mean a dramatically expanded service provider led by Jeff Gardner, current Windstream president and CEO.

To request more information on any of the services and providers mentioned above ... simply request a free quote here:

DS3 Bandwidth, Business Ethernet, and more

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Thursday, September 15, 2011

Telarus Releases Real-Time Ethernet over Fiber Quotes

SANDY, UT - August 25, 2011 Telarus, Inc., premier telecom master agent and patent holder of real-time carrier quotes, today announced the addition of Ethernet (Fiber) to their real-time carrier pricing research tool: GeoQuote. The technology paves the way for independent agents partnered with Telarus to check for Ethernet broadband availability and budgetary pricing in seconds; a process that currently takes days and weeks.

"We are very enthusiastic about our new-found ability to quote budgetary pricing for 10M to 1GB fiber opportunities in real-time," said Adam Edwards, president of Telarus. "As we continue to partner with agents who focus on larger opportunities, Ethernet is becoming one of our core product sets. Agents are selling it in droves and, more often than not, the carrier with fiber in a customer's building wins the deal. It only made sense to focus our R&D dollars to develop technology that could give agents access to this information in a quick and efficient way. With better access to budgetary pricing and carrier availability, agents feel like they get better service from Telarus and we cut down on the unqualified quote volume for our carrier partners. Everybody wins."

Using "lit building" lists, or addresses of buildings that carriers have a physical fiber presence, in addition to above-ground and subterranean fiber maps, GeoQuote is able to determine the likelihood of a carrier being able to service a customer and at what price range. The carriers who have volunteered their information to be a part of this quoting system include industry leaders such as: AboveNet, AboveNet, AT&T, ACC Business, Broadview Networks, Integra, Level 3, PAETEC, Qwest Business, Time Warner Cable Business Class, and XO. Telarus expects to have more carriers quoting by the end of the year.

"The million dollar question agents ask is 'is it accurate?'" added Andrew Morgan, VP of Web Development for Telarus. "To that we give an enthusiastic 'yes'! GeoQuote knows where all of the lit buildings are, it knows where fiber runs, and it knows the typical (budgetary) pricing carriers offer on 10M, 20M, 50M, 100M, 250M, 500M, and 1G circuits. The only unknown is the build-out fee, but that cuts down on 90% of a carrier's workload while giving agents valuable information in seconds. The ability for agents to get ballpark pricing quickly for their clients is critical to their business."

In addition to budgetary pricing, GeoQuote also delivers a visual representation of the carrier Fiber environment via Google maps. This technology allows for high-level research in the event the customer isn't within the pre-subscribed distance (in feet) from any lit buildings.

"This new software is a real game-changer," added Lance Akins, VP of Sales for Telarus, Inc. "Never before has it been so easy to sell high-end Ethernet broadband pipes than now, through Telarus. Since most of our carriers price the IP portion of the circuit based on simple rate sheets, we decided to speed things up a bit and give our enterprise agents a real leg up."

GeoQuote and its associated technologies are protected by US Patents 7,916,844 and 7,496,184.

For more information about the GeoQuote Ethernet pricing tool, and to take advantage of what this capability can do to find you an etherent over fiber solution, simply request a free quote here:

Business Ethernet

About Telarus

Telarus, Inc. is a leading master agent who works with 30 carrier service providers and 250 independent telecom sales agencies nationwide. Established in 2002, Telarus leverages GeoQuote, a patented real-time quote engine, to provide near instant pricing for transactional services. Large deal support is offered by Telarus' award-winning team of veteran carrier experts that help agents improve their sales of complex solutions. Telarus was named the top master agent by the members of the Telecom Association in 2008, 2009, and 2010.

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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Learn, Listen and Explore Affordable Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Solutions

Learn, Listen and Explore Affordable Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Solutions

Agility Recovery, Continuity Centers and FiberMedia are joining forces to bring you a Business Continuity Open House on Wednesday, October 12, 2011 from 2:00pm-6:00pm at FiberMedia’s Chappaqua data center. Learn how the combined strengths of each company guarantees continuity of operations following a disaster of any sort. There will be a presentation theatre, facility tours and a wine and cheese reception. To register for the event please click here.

This is an opportunity for accounting firms, enterprise businesses, municipalities, heath care organizations, hosting providers, IT companies, law firms, service providers, financial institutions and more! Come network and meet with leading companies that can together provide your business a comprehensive disaster recovery and business continuity solution.

Business continuity is more than just data protection. It’s about people, technology and infrastructure. For more information and to register for the event, please visit or email

We hope to see you on October 12th!

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Monday, September 12, 2011

Explanation Of SIP (Session Initiation Protocol)

SIP... or Session Internet Protocol... isn't necessarily a new communications concept. It has been around awhile although it seems to be garnering a resurgence in Telephony applications today. But... how do you explain what SIP is when asked?

Good luck with this one, trying to explain SIP to technical people is tough enough.

Here's some very simple short statements that may help...

- SIP enables telephony over the internet network

- SIP allows us to packetize and prioritize voice traffic over digital circuits.

- SIP is a way voice is packed into a digital signal that is then enabled for transfer through the internet.

- SIP digs a channel in an IP network so voice/video can flow between two (or more) places. When you finish talking, SIP shuts the channel up.

- It's an internet protocol like HTTP for web browsing, only this one is used to make a phone-like connection between computers, pda, voip-phones or other devices that can talk over the internet.

- SIP is a protocol that allows unlike mediums to communicate. All you really need to know is that SIP is the new PRI and is more cost effective from a trunking perspective.

- SIP has nothing to do with the internet.... regardless of where, when, or how voice traffic is being transmitted. f it's being sent as 0's and 1's... SIP is what differentiates voice from all other data.

- SIP enables you to eliminate the cost of maintaining two networks (POTS + Ethernet) by putting your phone traffic on your Ethernet network.

- SIP is a business-class, integrated voice and data service with connectivity provided to your IP-PBX (a telephone switch that supports voice over IP)

Or... you may explain to a non-technical person by describing the SIP VoIP operation like this:

1. Callers and callees are identified by SIP addresses.

2. When making a SIP call, a caller first locates the appropriate server and then sends a SIP request. (The most common SIP operation is the invitation).

3. SIP or VoIP is a technology that allows you to make calls between devices, be it over the local network or over the Internet (Managed or un-managed). SIP is a standards based technology that behaves very much like your old telephone line but just uses the Internet as its medium.

4. Instead of directly reaching the intended callee, a SIP request may be redirected or may trigger a chain of new SIP requests by proxies.

5. Users can register their location(s) with SIP servers.

6. SIP messages can be transmitted either over TCP or UDP

7. SIP messages are text based and use the ISO 10646 character set in UTF-8 encoding.

8. Lines must be terminated with CRLF.

9. Much of the message syntax and header field are similar to HTTP.

10. Messages can be request messages or response messages.

Now you are armed with some basic background in simple (or as simple as possible) terms.... to explain what SIP is and does. Should you need additional help of a more technical nature in deciding what SIP solution would work best for your given business application.... simply request assistance via Business VoIP Solution.

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Thursday, September 08, 2011

DS3 Bandwidth Circuits & Business Ethernet …. Your Best Choices For Dedicated Bandwidth

There are a variety of dedicated bandwidth solutions to choose from in a world inundated with business network systems. In fact, choosing a dedicated bandwidth solution is somewhat similar to a kid’s first visit into a candy store, making a decision could be very complicated. For example, there are bonded T1 lines, DS3 bandwidth circuits, Metro-Ethernet, MPLS, SONET and a host of systems to choose from when it comes to dedicated bandwidth solutions.

There are many reasons why making a decision with dedicated bandwidth solutions can be a bit difficult and confusing for some people.

Foremost, if you truly do not understand the language in which a dedicated bandwidth is written, it could be like searching for a needle in haystack. There are a variety of bandwidth items to select from and the range in prices and performance doesn’t make things any better. You must make a decision on the best system for your particular needs or situation; therefore, it’s important to know what interests you the most (fits your network requirements based on the applications to be employed) as well as what you are willing to pay to satisfy your taste buds.

Making dedicated bandwidth decisions can be narrowed down to answering two very important questions. One – exactly what network obligation does the dedicated bandwidth solution you have selected need to meet. And two – is the cost associated with that particular dedicated bandwidth solution financially pleasing. After all is said and done, you must have a dedicated bandwidth solution that is capable of meeting all your needs.

Here is one thing you should take into consideration when it comes to choosing a dedicated bandwidth solution that meets your specific needs. An overwhelming percentage of today’s rising businesses are narrowing down the items they are interested in to one or two of the things listed in the first paragraph – DS3 bandwidth circuits and Business Ethernet. There may be others that are capable of fitting the bill; but hands down, these are the two best fits for the majority of companies that are looking for a dedicated bandwidth solution to meet the everyday demands of their business.

The fact is that a DS3 line and Business Ethernet circuits compare favorably. Which you choose for your particular application will most often be determined by which service offers the best pricing for your particular business location. How can you find that out?

For assistance finding the right dedicated bandwidth fit for your organization’s needs …. and to save you time, money, and aggravation … I strongly recommend using the free help available to you here:

DS3 Bandwidth And Business Ethernet

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Monday, September 05, 2011

Who Is Global Telecom and Technology?

GTT is a global network integrator providing a broad portfolio of Wide-Area Network (WAN), Dedicated Internet Access and mobility services. GTT combines multiple networks and technologies such as traditional OC-x, MPLS and Ethernet, to deliver cost-effective solutions.

What You Should Know About Global Telecom and Technology

Global Telecom & Technology, Inc., through its subsidiaries, operates as a global network integrator that provides wide-area network and wireless mobility services.

The company’s target customers include direct enterprise customers (including government agencies) and telecommunications carriers. As of December 31, 2008, its customer base comprised approximately 300 businesses, including global 500 companies, which are in the global banking, manufacturing, communications, and media industries.

GTT provides all varieties of wide area network services you need to build a reliable, resilient, cost-effective network. With access to over 100,000 points of presence (POPs) worldwide, access to products from over 800 suppliers, and the experience of installing network in over 80 countries, GTT can provide wide area network services to enterprises under any circumstance.

The company’s operations consist of three parts: global project management, global Network Operations Center (NOC), and Information and communications technology (ICT). Global project management provides customer service after the sale. A project manager is assigned to each customer order to ensure that the underlying network facilities required for the solution are provisioned, that the customer is provided with status reports on its service, and that any difficulties related to the installation of a customer order are proactively managed.

Global Telecom and Technology Business Products:

* International DIA
* International WAN

To take advantage of what GTT has to offer for network connectivity anywhere in the world ... simple request more information and a free quote here:

Global Network Connectivity

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Thursday, September 01, 2011

Who Is ReaLLinx?

ReaLLinx, Inc. offers nationwide Internet, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), and managed services, focused on providing affordable, enterprise-grade solutions to the small to medium business segment.

What You Should Know About ReaLLinx

ReaLLinx utilizes a combination of their own facilities and those obtained through wholesale agreements with their vendors. ReaLLinx has negotiated some of the lowest wholesale rates in the industry in order to deliver highest possible value to their customers.

ReaLLinx does exceptionally well with hosted PBX configurations from 2 to 150 seats, and likewise does well with large-scale VoIP LD traffic.

ReaLLinx advantages:

* No usage-based charges on Hosted PBX service
* 100% nationwide T1 coverage
* Flat-rate T1 billing
* $19.99/month per seat with unlimited Local and Long Distance (including PBX equipment).
* Full DS3's starting at $3000.00/month
* Full OC3's starting at $7500.00/month

If you'd like to take advantage of what ReaLLInx has to offer .... simply request more information and a free quote here:

Hosted PBX Service

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