> Next generation voice provider Telanetix (OTC BB: TNXI) held steady in the second quarter, bringing in $7.3 million in revenue compared to $6.9 million a year ago and gross profit of $4.3 million. Tight control of expenses brought down operating losses to $818,000 compared to $962,000 in Q1 2009. Earnings release.
> Verizon Business continues making inroads in Europe, lately helping Siemens Enterprise Communications streamline management of its VoIP network across 10 European countries. News release.
> BT Global Services has made two spots in the Gartner Magic Quadrant. The provider has been placed in the "leaders" quadrant for Asia Pacific Network Service providers, and in the "challengers" quadrant for COPS (Communications Outsourcing Professional Services) in North America. News release.
> Arbinet (Nasdaq: ARBX) saw a modest improvement in gross profit during Q2 2010, climbing 2.9% to $4.2 million over the same period in 2009. But the voice and IP services provider's revenues decreased 5.6 percent year-over-year to $81.2 million. Earnings release.
> Level 3 Communications has expanded its relationship with New York based ISP/MSP IPNETZONE, which serves enterprise and other carrier companies. Level 3 will provide IPNETZONE direct Internet access (DIA) and transport services. News release.
> A "major" (but unidentified) VoIP operator in North America has purchased a next generation Service Assurance Solution from Tel Aviv-based RADCOM (Nasdaq: RDCM). The quality assurance system includes VoIP probes and the company's QTrace Online call trace tool that enables the operator to see end to end over multiple sites. News release.
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