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How small infrastructure companies can get visibility with distributors, resellers & customers

If you are a small business specializing in network infrastructure equipment and/or services, you have a broad market to sell to that includes thousands of enterprises, WISPs, regional service providers, utility companies, and municipalities across North America... that is if you can reach them. So how does a small, growing business reach these companies and expand their customer base with limited resources and staff? Distributors and/or resellers may be the answer. Distributors and resellers are part of the supply chain or channel in North America, and this can be a very effective tool for companies with a limited sales force.

The dawn of the new Nokia

It's the day we've all been waiting for-- well, some of us, at least: the "new" Nokia is set to start operations on Thursday this week, completing the merger with Alcatel-Lucent and launching combined products and services onto the market.

Mediacom sets foundation to deliver 1 Gig services in Missouri

Mediacom has put the network elements together to deliver a gigabit-speed broadband service throughout its Columbia and Jefferson City markets in Missouri.

Comcast Business builds 10G fiber network to serve Huntsville, Ala. business sector

Comcast plans to give Huntsville, Ala., businesses a new option for fiber-based services with a 10 Gbps-capable fiber network.

Frontier, CWA protest $72M West Virginia middle mile network proposal

Frontier Communications and the CWA are opposing new legislation to develop a $72 million, 2,500-mile network serving West Virginia, one of the telco's largest states.

Nokia confirms post-merger board and leadership team

Nokia completed its preparations for the integration of Alcatel-Lucent's business by announcing the final line up for its board of directors and group leadership teams, ahead of the companies' first day as a combined entity on Jan.14.

Videotron acquires Fibrenoire in move to battle Zayo's Canada ambitions

Videotron has reached a deal to acquire fiber-centric service provider Fibernoire for $88.6 million, enhancing its ability to effectively compete with growing threats from U.S. providers like Zayo that are coming into Canada.

Verizon follows AT&T and picks Ericsson LPWA software for IoT

Ericsson said it will deliver new cellular low-power wide area (LPWA) software to Verizon that will enable the U.S. operator to utilise its existing LTE infrastructure for large-scale Internet of Things (IoT) deployments.

DuPont Fabros sells NJ1, boosting data center consolidation trend

DuPont Fabros Technology, a wholesale data center operator, is going to sell its NJ1 data center facility in a bid to focus its attention on wholesale data center development in key markets.

Audi partners Cubic Telecom to offer European drivers high-speed LTE access

Cubic Telecom, an Ireland-headquartered global connectivity platform provider, partnered with Audi to provide high-speed LTE data access to the auto-maker's drivers across Europe.