RADCOM inks $1.3 million in deals with French customers; Vocaltec helps Junto evolve VoIP network

> Network service assurance specialist RADCOM has secured deals with two unnamed customers in France, totaling $1.3 million. RADCOM will provide its Omni-Q next generation networks assurance solution.  News release.

> Vocaltec continues to make inroads in the Latin American market, signing a deal with Brazil's Junto Telecom to provide VoIP products as Junto evolves its Class-5 and IP-Centrex VoIP network. News release.

> Pacific coast, set your clocks early: Sprint Nextel will release its second quarter results at 7:00 a.m. EDT, July 28. A conference call is scheduled for 8:00 a.m. the same day. Release.

> Zeev Draer and Alain Marion of MRV Communications will participate in speaker panels at the Packet Transport Networks event taking place in Milan, Italy this week. News release.

> Momentum, best known for its private-label digital voice service for cable operators and municipalities, is launching a full-service OSS (operations support service) and managed services for the VoIP reseller marketplace. News release.

And finally... if you're tired of old cellphones and answering machines cluttering up your storage space, and you live in Colorado Springs, lucky you. Verizon will host a free electronics recycling event July 15 for residents and Verizon employees. Get the details here.

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