Telecom and technology companies, such as Deloitte, Verizon Wireless, AT&T and Bivio Networks, are tackling strategic acquisitions despite an economy that makes such deals challenging.
The transition continues its slow pace, and even determining the value of the awards is a challenge.
AT&T Government Solutions chief Don Herring applies experience and engineering skills to federal agency work.
A directory of all the Networx task orders awarded to date.
A roundup of the news stories that captured the most traffic in May.
Qwest Communications long-haul fiber network may or may not be for sale as Cogent Communications announces that it has withdrawn as a bidder.
- By David Hubler
- May 22, 2009
Stockholders of Networx contractors reject proposals that they should vote to approve executive compensation plans.
The meter is ticking for agencies who have yet to set course on huge telecommunications contract
AT&T will acquire selected wireless assets from Verizon Wireless for $2.35 billion in an all-cash deal that will give it wireless properties, their licenses, network assets and 1.5 million subscribers.
Verizon uses investment strategy to build its capabilities beyond being just a telephone company.
Networx contractor AT&T offers series of podcasts to help customers keep their applications well-tuned.