The National Broadband Plan viewed the transition to all-IP networks as a critical step to nationwide broadband deployment. AT&T is looking to eliminate regulations it believes impede this transition or extend legacy telecom regulation to the all-IP services environment. On the same date, AT&T announced “Project Velocity IP”, a series of multi-billion dollar investments intended to deliver broadband (either wireline or wireless) to all customers served by its legacy local telephone networks.

Several matters before the FCC could have substantial dollar and technology impacts for enterprise customers. The FCC’s special access services and USF contribution reform proceedings will significantly affect pricing for enterprise services, beginning sometime in 2014. Consistent with the migration to IP services, enterprise customers are compelled to explore strategies to minimize the USF burden. Two ideas come to mind: (1) migrate voice as well as data traffic to Multiprotocol Label Switching (“MPLS”); and/or (2) where feasible, migrate data traffic to high speed Internet access service.

TelcoLynx, LLC., a premium IT and communications provider, today announced the launch of its SMB Cloud buying site with AT&T,

Originally designed for businesses, Office 365 allows you to always have the latest version of Office for a yearly subscription fee of $100. You can still buy a boxed version of Office 2013 at your local computer shop with prices starting at $140 for Office 2013 Home and Student. But Microsoft is pushing the $100 per year option for Office 365.

 Office 365 is bringing together Microsoft’s various online productivity tools, from email to Web Apps to communications services

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Mushroom Networks, Inc., innovators of Broadband Bonding technology, today announced a reseller partnership with TelcoLynx, a premium IT and communications consulting company specializing in voice/data networks, IP, data centers, mobility and managed applications. With more than 40 years of experience in the telecommunications industry, TelcoLynx will now offer Mushroom Networks' patent pending solutions to both large enterprises and SMBs worldwide, giving companies' access to fast and cost-effective broadband, redundant service, as well as business continuity and disaster recovery solutions.

Level 3 Communications, Inc. (NYSE: LVLT) today announced that its global portfolio of Session Initiated Protocol (SIP) Trunking solutions and infrastructure will be the underpinnings of a Microsoft Lync* network environment that allows hosted voice providers to offer Unified Communications (UC) applications to their customers.

TelcoLynx announces expanded resources for its agent channel.

About an hour after AT&T announced its $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile in March on a Sunday afternoon, I got a call at home.