Speakeasy resells XO's Ethernet over copper

XO Communications has begun using resellers to address portions of the Ethernet market it doesn't directly cater to, such as business with fewer than 100 employees. That is a sweet spot for Best Buy unit Speakeasy, which is now reselling the XO service. XO also is working with other resellers, including larger, non-Bell competitive carriers. While the resellers can expand the exposure and availability of XO's Ethernet service, a story at Telephony notes that reseller strategies also sometimes involve the threat of competitive overlap.

For more:
- read this report at Telephony

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