1. Articles in category: Wholesale

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    1. Bill Cheek, CenturyLink

      Explore FierceTelecom (Apr 16 2012)

      Bill Cheek, CenturyLink

      Despite the fact that overall wholesale revenues in Q4 2011 declined 4 percent to $955 million, a factor reflecting the decline in legacy services, WMG's real growth is driven by emerging services like wireless backhaul. WMG reported $564 million in strategic revenues in the fourth quarter, up 5.4 percent due to ongoing wireless backhaul sales and wholesale Ethernet.

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      Mentions:   NuVox   Qwest   Integra Telecom

    2. Wholesale provider leaders to watch in 2012

      Explore FierceTelecom (Apr 16 2012)

      Wholesale provider leaders to watch in 2012

      One of the key overall themes that has emerged over past two years in the wholesale service space is the rapid consolidation of service providers serving this market, looking to increase their fiber footprints to serve other carriers, including wireless operators with fiber and Ethernet wireless backhaul services.

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      Mentions:   NuVox   EarthLink   Zayo

    3. Mike Daniel, Integra Telecom

      Explore FierceTelecom (Apr 16 2012)

      Mike Daniel, Integra Telecom

      Daniel's wholesale division offers a wide mix of services for service providers including: Ethernet (E-Line), optical private line (both traditional TDM and Ethernet Private Line), Dedicated Internet Access (DIA) and ISDN-PRI voice services.

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      Mentions:   Integra Telecom   EarthLink   Level (3)

    4. Mike Millegan, Verizon Wholesale

      Explore FierceTelecom (Apr 16 2012)

      Mike Millegan, Verizon Wholesale

      Millegan Mike Millegan, Global President of Verizon Wholesale (NYSE: VZ), is operating in a unit that's transitioning to one where collaboration among other teams, including its government and traditional enterprise, is becoming more of the rule rather than the exception at the telco. Last December, Lowell McAdam decided to the realign the service provider's business, government and wholesale operations under one common organization. But corporate transitions are nothing new for Millegan. A 32-plus year veteran of the telecom industry, he began his work with the telco at GTE, a predecessor to Verizon Communications and one of the largest ...

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      Mentions:   Frost & Sullivan   Comcast Business Services   MegaPath Wholesale

    5. Carrier Ethernet: Important Business for Fiber Network Consolidator Zayo Group

      Explore CEN Feature (Apr 3 2012)

      Carrier Ethernet: Important Business for Fiber Network Consolidator Zayo Group

      After making a string of 18 service provider acquisitions over the past few years, Zayo Group in March announced its biggest deal yet—the acquisition of fiber network operator AboveNet. Like with most of the companies that Zayo has acquired, AboveNet has a significant Carrier Ethernet business. 

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      Mentions:   Zayo Group   Zayo   Carrier Ethernet News

    6. KPN withdraws wholesale Ethernet offer

      Explore Telecompaper (Apr 2 2012)

      KPN withdraws wholesale Ethernet offer

      (Telecompaper) KPN is withdrawing its offer WEAS Snel Online as of 01 April. WEAS (Wholesale Ethernet Access Services) is a managed service for Ethernet over copper or fibre, at up to 1Gbps symmetric speeds...

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    7. ENNI Promises Painless Ethernet Connection to Carriers

      Explore CIO.com (Mar 9 2012)

      ENNI Promises Painless Ethernet Connection to Carriers

      If you lease capacity to extend your network across carrier facilities and don't want to lose visibility and control, the new Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) External Network to Network Interface (ENNI) standard might ease your mind.

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      Mentions:   ENNI

    8. Hot Seat: Overture's Jeff Reedy outlines new expansion course for the Carrier Ethernet edge and aggregation company

      Explore FierceTelecom (Feb 23 2012)

      Hot Seat: Overture's Jeff Reedy outlines new expansion course for the Carrier Ethernet edge and aggregation company

      In this week's installment of On The Hot Seat, FierceTelecom Editor Sean Buckley talks with Jeff Reedy, CEO of Overture Networks. During this discussion, Reedy talks about the company's integration Networks and its new branding effort, which focuses on how its Carrier Ethernet and network management solutions can help service provider customers compete.

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      Mentions:   Overture Networks

    9. Overture caps off Hatteras integration with new branding message

      Explore FierceTelecom (Feb 7 2012)

      Overture caps off Hatteras integration with new branding message

      With the former Ethernet over Copper (EoC) vendor Hatteras now firmly in its pocket, Overture Networks is polishing up its brand. As part of the rebranding initiative, the Carrier Ethernet vendor has revealed an updated company logo, in addition to a new value proposition, simplified product naming and a new blog.

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      Mentions:   Hawaiian Telcom   Overture Networks

    10. ATLANTIC-ACM Quantifies Strong Metro Wholesale Carrier Ethernet Prospects

      Explore CEN Feature (Jan 31 2012)

      ATLANTIC-ACM Quantifies Strong Metro Wholesale Carrier Ethernet Prospects

      As AT&T’s recent changes to its wireless data plans illustrate, the demand for mobile data is booming—and as recent research from ATLANTIC-ACM reveals, that booming demand is great news for service providers that offer Carrier Ethernet connectivity to mobile operators on a wholesale basis.  

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      Mentions:   Atlantic-Acm   Carrier Ethernet News

    11. Equinix, Neutral Tandem jointly target wholesale Ethernet opportunities

      Explore FierceTelecom (Jan 17 2012)

      Equinix, Neutral Tandem jointly target wholesale Ethernet opportunities Equinix (Nasdaq: EQIX) and Neutral Tandem's (Nasdaq: TNDM) new partnership to provide a single point of contact for Ethernet services reflects the service provider's move to extend their service reach for large multisite customers that want one provider to handle their services. (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Zayo

    12. Neutral Tandem and Equinix partner on Carrier Ethernet

      Explore Data Center Knowledge (Jan 16 2012)

      Neutral Tandem and Equinix partner on Carrier Ethernet Equinix continues to enhance its offerings for carrier Ethernet services. Today it announced a partnership with Neutral Tandem, another emerging player in the carrier Ethernet ecosystem, that will make it easier for Equinix customers to expand into additional markets. (Read Full Article)

    13. Equinix, Neutral Tandem Ally For Ethernet Exchange

      Explore Telecom Ramblings (Jan 16 2012)

      Equinix, Neutral Tandem Ally For Ethernet Exchange The Ethernet Exchange business is continuing to evolve rapidly. Two years ago, four geographically expansive Ethernet exchange businesses emerged: CENX, the independent; Equinix, the carrier-neutral colo giant; Telx, the IP interconnection specialist, and Neutral Tandem, branching out from voice. But the pure exchange model has been difficult to monetize, and each effort has been looking for the right angle. (Read Full Article)

    14. Integra, Saddleback Make Quality Carrier Ethernet Connection

      Explore CEN Feature (Jan 12 2012)

      Integra, Saddleback Make Quality Carrier Ethernet Connection Integra Telecom Inc. recently inked an Network to Network Interface (NNI) agreement with Arizona’s Saddleback Communications that expands each company’s footprint and extends Carrier Ethernet services to the premises of large enterprise customers to greater Phoenix/Scottsdale/Mesa. (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   PRI   Integra Telecom Inc.

    15. Vaioni launches 35 Mps EFM service with BT Wholesale

      Explore Telecompaper (Jan 9 2012)

      Vaioni launches 35 Mps EFM service with BT Wholesale UK business Internet service provider, Vaioni, has launched up to 35 Mbps Ethernet First Mile leased lines in partnership with BT Wholesale... (Read Full Article)

    16. GlobeNet Gives Carrier Ethernet a Tropical Flair

      Explore CEN Feature (Dec 20 2011)

      GlobeNet Gives Carrier Ethernet a Tropical Flair Perhaps the word “tropicalize” makes you think of designing a house with a lot of outdoor spaces or giving away all the wool blazers in your wardrobe. But Erick Contag, chief operations officer for GlobeNet, uses the term to describe how his company adapted Carrier Ethernet services for the Latin American market. (Read Full Article)

    17. Salad Days for Ethernet

      Explore itbusinessedge.com (Dec 6 2011)

      Salad Days for Ethernet It looks as if the salad says for Ethernet are here. IDC says that revenue from Ethernet services in the United States will jump by almost half between last year and 2015. There are a number of drivers for the increase, which, in raw numbers, is predicted by the firm to be from $3.4 billion to $8.2 billion. (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   IDC

    18. C&WW: Ethernet exchange delivers less than expected

      Explore telecomseurope.net (Dec 5 2011)

      C&WW:  Ethernet exchange delivers less than expected This time last year, Ethernet exchanges were a fresh topic at Carrier Ethernet World Asia, promising easy interconnection of Ethernet services between service providers. One year later, at least one major carrier – Cable & Wireless Worldwide – is not impressed. (Read Full Article)

    19. PCCW, Cyta interconnect Ethernet networks

      Explore Telecompaper (Oct 26 2011)

      PCCW, Cyta interconnect Ethernet networks Corporate voice and data services provider PCCW Global has interconnected its Ethernet network with Cyprus telecommunications provider Cyta... (Read Full Article)

    20. Equinix drives seller/buyer relationships via Marketplace program

      Explore FierceTelecom (Oct 24 2011)

      Equinix drives seller/buyer relationships via Marketplace program Similar to its Carrier Ethernet exchange effort, which brought together Carrier Ethernet buyers and sellers, the Marketplace allows companies (traditional wholesale service providers, private cloud providers and trading system providers) another business-to-business networking opportunity. Customers like AboveNet (NYSE: ABVT), for example, can create a customer profile and storefront in the Equinix Marketplace to reach new customers for its low latency High Bandwidth Connectivity solutions. Prior to the launch of Marketplace, Equinix said that interconnections between its customers grew 27 percent. "For many companies and industries, data centers are not just warehouses for storing large amounts of information--they have become high ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Integra Telecom   Level (3)

    21. Verizon Global Wholesale Receives Award from Metro Ethernet Forum

      Explore tmcnet.com (Oct 20 2011)

      Verizon Global Wholesale Receives Award from Metro Ethernet Forum For the second year in a row, Verizon Global Wholesale has been recognized with Metro Ethernet Forum's 2011 Best Wholesale Ethernet Service award, for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The Best Wholesale Ethernet Service award honors excellence and leadership in the development, marketing and delivery of carrier Ethernet services in the EM... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Frost & Sullivan   Verizon Global Wholesale   Best Wholesale Ethernet Service

    22. Heavy Reading Ethernet Executive Council - Ethernet Executive Council Q&A: Tinet & Neutral Tandem

      Explore Light Reading (Oct 17 2011)

      Heavy Reading Ethernet Executive Council - Ethernet Executive Council Q&A: Tinet & Neutral Tandem Neutral Tandem acquired Tinet in 2010 and has placed a strategic priority on leveraging the company’s global network to support end-to-end delivery of wholesale IP, Ethernet, and voice solutions. Gambini was a popular speaker at our Ethernet Europe event in April 2011, and Beer will be participating in Ethernet Expo Americas (November 8 and 9, 2011). (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   SLA   IBM   OAM

    23. 360networks Uses Carrier Ethernet To Win New Data Center Business

      Explore CEN Feature (Oct 13 2011)

      360networks Uses Carrier Ethernet To Win New Data Center Business As the cloud computing world continues to expand, Seattle-based 360networks is seizing the moment by bringing Carrier Ethernet-based connectivity to data centers in its footprint and beyond. The facilities-based wholesale provider of converged Ethernet and IP services is making the most of  today’s opportunities thanks in large part to it decision to embrace Carrier Ethernet technology in early 2011, according to Mike Kozlowski, Ethernet product director for 360networks. (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Annie Lindstrom

    24. Equinix carrier Ethernet exchange adds three members

      Explore DatacenterDynamics (Oct 11 2011)

      Equinix carrier Ethernet exchange adds three members Colocation and interconnection provider Equinix's carrier Ethernet community has been expanded by three new members, extending the network's reach in Europe and Scandinavia. Addition of the new members, Colt, GTS and Broadnet, brings total membership of the Equinix Carrier Ethernet Exchange (ECEE) to 55, Equinix said Tuesday. (Read Full Article)

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