Intelsat General Corp. is seeking to jettison its reputation as a global satellite company and to make a name for itself as a total communications solutions provider.
- By David Hubler
- Oct 22, 2009
Verizon has won a contract modification on Networx that lets it to sell LAN management.
Level 3 is working with Recovery.gov to create the infrastructure to make the site work faster.
AT&T added to its cybersecurity capabilities and positioned the company for more growth by acquiring VeriSign's Global Security Consulting Services.
AT&T plans to release a new smartphone that can use both satellite and cell communications networks.
Agencies have until Sept. 25 to file plans with the Office of Management and Budget on how they plan to comply with the Trusted Internet Connection initiative.
Stock soars on rumors that Sprint will be acquired by Deutsche Telekom.
Dennis Strigl announces retirement plan after leading operations for Verizon's network businesses, such as Networx Universal and Enterprise contracts.
Agencies have made 98 awards during the last three months, but the transition still only has reached 26.5 percent.
Transition to Networx slowed further because Sen. Kit Bond won't let Martha Johnson's confirmation come up for a vote.
Despite rumors to the contrary, the General Services Administration remains unmoved by any whining about agencies needing more time to complete the transition to Networx from FTS 2001.
Verizon Business is probing network security issues in cloud computing and network management.