Skype unveils channel partners program; AT&T's Dan York talks online content, mobile TV

> Skype moved further into the enterprise business space as the VoIP provider unveiled its channel partners program Tuesday, CRN reports. Story.

> AT&T president of content Dan York chatted with Business Insider recently about pay TV and online content's impact. Story.

> MegaPath will present two sessions at the Channel Partner Conference & Expo in Dallas, Texas, Sept. 21, covering managed IP services and MPLS. News release.

> Occam Networks' BLC6000 MSAP (multiservice access platform) has been selected by Marquette-Adams Telephone Cooperative for its $20 million broadband expansion project in central Wisconsin. News release.

> Hurricane Electric has established a point-of-presence (PoP) within the Pittock Internet Exchange, one of the largest exchanges in the United States. The native IPv6 backbone and colocation provider plans to continue adding PoPs through the U.S., Asia and Europe over the next couple of months. News release.

> CommScope (NYSE: CTV) will provide materials to the North Carolina Research and Education Network (NCREN) Southeastern and Western North Carolina Fiber Expansion Project after being selected by the MCNC for the task. News release.

> A new advanced optical monitoring module from MRV Communications is available: the Fiber Driver Optical Spectrum Analyzer (OSA) allows real-time optical performance analysis of any dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) aggregated optical link. News release.

> The management team of Cotton Commercial USA, a wholly-owned subsidiary of CCLM Holdings, will acquire a majority of CCLM. Then they plan to rename it Cotton Holdings, Inc., and relocate the telecom infrastructure and disaster services provider to Katy, Texas. There's a lot of C's floating around in there. News release.

And finally... Frontier (NYSE: FTR) CEO Maggie Wilderotter, in an interview with the Oregonian, promised to hold down rates for subscribers in its newly acquired markets and bring high-speed access to unserved parts of Oregon. Story.