They heard you! PTGi ICS, the International Carrier Services group of Primus Telecommuncations Group International has announced that its highly successful online wholesale minute trading platform has been enhanced to include more a more simplified user interface to help users navigate the platform more effectively. The new platform provides users with more visibility to leverage
PTGi International Carrier Services (ICS), a wholly-owned subsidiary of PTGi (Primus Telecommunications Group, Incorporated) – OTCBB: PMUG achieves its first wholesale collaboration since acquiring Arbinet Corporation through the offering of a cloud-based CDR storage solution developed by IceHook Systems. Known as Slinger, the cloud-based solution provides an easy-to-use, modern-day alternative to traditional data backup services.
Jaymie Scotto & Associates invites you to take advantage of the early-bird savings until midnight on January 5th for the Telecom One-on-One (T1on1) Power Networking Event colocated with ITEXPO. The event is being held on February 1st, 2010 in Miami, FL. T1on1 is an industry networking event aimed at bringing buyers and sellers of telecom
Each morning I am grateful. I wake up, float over to my desk to tackle the cornucopia of news that celebrates the successes of our clients and the greater telecom industry. I usually try to carve out a moment or two to eat some breakfast before harvesting the parade of emails.
Arbinet and Primus announced today the pending aquisition of Arbinet by Primus. The all stock transaction deal will allow both companies to provide both companies increased scale, market position and global reach. The announcement is only the beginning of the process. The deal still needs to be approved by regulatory officials and Board of Directors of both companies. In addition, the agreement also contains a 'go-shop' provision that allows Arbinet to solicit alternative proposals from third parties over the next 45 calendar days.
Arbinet isn't just for voice, it hasn't been for many years now. If you're not clued in to the benefits of its Data Exchange, which offers 3 flavors of IP Transit solutions, now is the time to get 'up to speed.' Arbinet's Layer 2 Data Exchange provides direct connectivity to multiple IP backbone providers, through
Connect-World, a leading publication serving the global telecommunications marketplace has just issued its Latin America 2010 edition. The publication features articles written by prominent industry players within and about the region. Key contributors include Hector R. Alonso, Managing Director fo Global Crossing Latin America; Brian Troesch, Sr. VP of Sales and Marketing for Arbinet; Flavio
Arbinet is the company who brings buyers and sellers of voice and IP communications capacity and content together. It provides international voice services to retail, mobile, wholesale, prepaid and VoIP providers in addition to offering high performance access to the global Internet for service providers, carriers, ISPs, hosting companies, VoIP providers and more. With more than 1,100 customers and suppliers on its voice platform, Arbinet has the ability to offer termination to over 1,400 destinations worldwide.
Due to Arbinet's ability to provide enhanced IP performance across multiple networks, DNS Made Easy, a Tiggee LLC company selected Arbinet's Layer 2 IP Exchange after a trial that proved its capabilities. Arbinet's IP Exchange Platform is not new to the market. It has provided a solid and reliable foundation for optimized Internet solutions since
On July 14, 2010 at 2pm, Fierce Markets' webinar series: Packet Optical Networking Platforms, sponsored by Alcatel-Lucent kicks off with a convesation discussing the different approaches to implementing Packet Optical Networking Platforms. On board for the discussion will be Michael Kennedy of Network Strategy Partners, Ian Campbell of Arbinet and Jim Jones of Alcatel-Lucent. The free webinar takes place on July 14, 2010 at 2pm EDT / 11am PDT. To register go to: http://www.fiercetelecom.com/offer/packet-optical-webinar-series?source=web
Washington DC, USA – May 24, 2010– Arbinet Corporation [NASDAQ: ARBX], a leading wholesale voice and data telecommunications service provider, announces today at International Telecoms Week (ITW) that Roshan, the leading GSM cellular service provider in Afghanistan, has contracted to utilize Arbinet’s thexchange™ marketplace to buy and sell international voice communications and PrivateExchangesm to facilitate direct interconnects between it and correspondent carriers and bi-lateral partners.
With ITW 2010 just two weeks away, I'm sure you are scheduling meetings with the fierce verocity of the business you will be doing at this leading global event for the wholesale telecom industry. The Marriott Wardman Park will be a flury with men and women in suits doing deals. But in order to do deals - you need to know the companies that you can do business with. Here are six companies that you may want to consider meeting:
We are just two weeks away from the wholesale International telecom industries largest and most attended annual event - International Telecoms Week - held annually in Washington D.C. The anticipation of convening with over 4,000 attendees to meet, greet and do deals, is now in top planning mode. Each day more and more attendees register, more meetings are planned in the ITW DealCenter and orders for catering, restaurant reservations, evening functions are in full swing.
MegaFon, the first and only carrier to launch its own network in all regions of Russia, has chosen Arbinet’s PrivateExchange to improve global interconnect efficiencies for its voice termination. An outsourcing solution that enables retail service providers and carriers to aggregate multiple voice interconnections into a single TDM or VoIP interconnect with Arbinet, PrivateExchange is a strategic part of MegaFon’s action plan for developing the mobile telecom operator’s “international footprint.”
This solution provides customers the ability, through one interconnection to Arbinet, to choose differenet levels of quality for their global voice termination traffic to better suit its specific customer requirements. By offering multiple grades of service over one trunk group, Arbinet's customers can select premium mobile termination solutions, which offer guaranteed CLI as well as its premium service which provides global quality voice termination solutions. This provides customers the flexiblity to choose from the highest quality of services for specific routes as well as route traffic across more aggressively priced routes all on a single trunk group.
March 2, 2010 Arbinet introduced its new Premium Mobile Routing Table which provides CLI guarantees. This is a strategic move for the company, one they've been looking to make with the right person on Board. In January, the company tapped Brian Troesch to head up Product. Brian’s experience in developing and implementing premium mobile routing has been touted – his legacy is currently living on at Belgacom ICS.