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A Carriers New Route

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Former postal worker wins wireless license

Powell Signals Change At FCC

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New agency chairman plans to review internal procedures, move aggressively to streamline rules

Excite Gets a Mr. Fixit

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AT&T lends networking guru to troubled Internet provider

Maximizing Mailing Lists

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Sometimes the old ways are still the best ways.

Admins: Users Share the Blame

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The scene playing out on Nick Gass' computer screen last week was sadly familiar: dozens of copies of the same e-mail message clogging in-boxes throughout his company.

FCC to Bell: Fork It Over

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Regional bells and their competitors continue to argue over sharing space for equipment five years after they were told to find a way to colocate.

Help Us Before We Put Ourselves Out of Business!

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Would you buy a product that's designed to eliminate itself?

Altered Course

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Carrier-neutral colos aim to change direction of Net economics

Why Cant We Just Get Along?

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In a new partner ecosystem, competitors are reaching out to one another.

Vendors Plot IP Strategies

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Telecommunications carriers and companies needing voice networking differ on use of PBX vs. IP

Everything Old Is New Again

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In computing's mainstream, middleware, along with client/server computing, has always been fundamentally about small boxes working vertically with bigger boxes, or servers.

Putting More Smarts in Web Services

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This month, Sun Microsystems Inc., in introducing Sun ONE, became the latest company to outline a Web services strategy, joining others such as Microsoft Corp., IBM, Hewlett-Packard Co. and Oracle Corp. Sun's chief technology officer, Greg Papadopoulos, s

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