Archive for the ‘Verizon’ Category

15 Feb 2014

Bandwidth on Demand

As bandwidth demands rise steadily, enterprises are constantly on the look-out for the best way to meet their growing needs while maintaining the lowest possible total cost of ownership. Yet despite the declining cost of bandwidth, many companies are still unwilling (or unable) to pay higher bandwidth circuits. The solution to this problem is bandwidth
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30 May 2013

Verizon Internet T1

Looking for a faster and more efficient way to transport large files, substantial amounts of data, and handle everyday email and browsing? A Verizon Internet T1 solution could be the perfect fit for your small or medium sized business.     As our dependence on networking and necessity of being connected is constantly growing, business
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22 Mar 2013

Verizon T1 Internet Service is a common choice for business owners today. This is due to Verizon’s history of excellence in the telecommunications field. Consumers around the world have relied on Verizon services for decades in their homes, offices, and on the go. Verizon is dedicated to extensive testing and research. This allows them to
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8 Oct 2012

An Internet T1 line is one of the most common Internet access connections used by small businesses today. Fast, reliable and secure, an Internet T1 line provides symmetrical bandwidth speeds of 1.5Mb – enough to effectively manage and perform essential business functions. Unlike high-speed cable, an Internet T1 line is a dedicated Internet connection that
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7 Apr 2012

Just a few months ago, Cox Communications declared it was selling its 20 MHz Advanced Wireless Services (AWS) spectrum licenses to Verizon Wireless. The $315 million agreement includes licenses that cover nearly 30 million Points of Presence (POPs), and plays a key part in ensuring customers’ rising demands for mobility can be met. The two
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18 Nov 2011

The popularity of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services as well as other IP communications continues to grow at a rapid pace. As a result, Verizon has launched a new set of offerings that were created to address to the rapid increase of Voice over Internet Protocol in the SMB domain and the ensuing demand
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20 Aug 2011

What started as an inability to come to an agreement with two unions representing Verizon wireline workers – the Communications Workers of America (CWA) and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) – over healthcare premiums, pay increases, pensions, sick pay, and retirement benefits has quickly turned sinister. Since the strike began on August 6th,
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