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Across The Telecom Spectrum: 6 Moves That Made Waves In The Channel In August

CRN: The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) selected 10 service providers with advanced software-defined networking technology and expertise as winners of its 15-year, $50 billion Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) contract. ... Read full article >...

01 Sep

AI and low-code development top hot BPM trends

TechTarget, featuring MetTel's Vice President of Network Services, Ed Fox: BPM is a systematic approach to improving a company's workflow in the face of constant changes, and those projects have usually been complex, resource-intensive and laborious. However, new BPM trends center on automating w...

30 Aug

SD-WAN Security a Headache?

Light Reading, featuring MetTel's Vice President of Network Services, Ed Fox: One of the early challenges in the burgeoning SD-WAN market is addressing security, and that includes both the reality and the customer perception of how secure this new service offering can be. For example, service pro...

09 Aug

What it will take to make carriers bullish on EIS

FCW, featuring MetTel's Federal Practice Leader, Diana Gowen: As federal agencies move to the General Services Administration's recently awarded $50 billion telecommunications contract, carriers who will supply services under it hope agencies reach a little bit with their plans to move from their...

07 Aug

Podcast: MetTel wins the opportunity to supply 9 solutions in the GSA $50 billion enterprise infrastructure solution

Telecom Reseller: Everyone at MetTel is a happy camper these days. With the news of the winning companies being released, MetTel was one of them. Ed Fox, VP of Network Service and Diana Gowen, Federal Practice Leader share their excitement and good news with Don Witt of The Channel Daily News, a ...

03 Aug

AT&T, CenturyLink, Verizon, and MetTel win spots on GSA’s $50B EIS contract

Fierce Telecom: AT&T, CenturyLink, Verizon, and MetTel are among a group of 10 companies to secure a seat on the General Services Administration’s (GSA) 15-year, $50 billion Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) contract. ... Read full article >...

02 Aug

10 companies win spots on GSA’s $50B telecom contract

Federal Times: The General Services Administration announced the winners of its next-generation telecom contract, Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS), intended to be the go-to vehicle for agencies — civilian and defense — looking for telecom services. The new contract — set to replace...

02 Aug

GSA awards $50B EIS contract to 10 telecom companies

FedScoop: After almost two years in development, the General Services Administration has awarded its $50 billion contract that will impact the way agencies buy network and telecommunications products and services for the next decade and a half. GSA officials said on FedBizOpps that the mega-contr...

01 Aug

GSA Awards $50 Billion EIS Contract to 10 Telecom Companies

MeriTalk: The General Services Administration on Aug. 1 awarded a maximum 15-year, $50 billion Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) contract to 10 telecommunications companies. The awardees include AT&T, BT Federal, Qwest Government Services (doing business as Centurylink QGS), Core Tech...

01 Aug

GSA names 10 primes for $50B EIS contract

FCW: A mix of 10 telecommunications companies and systems integrators are winners under the government's $50 billion next-generation telecommunications contract. AT&T, BT Federal, Centurylink, Core Technologies, Granite Telecommunications, Harris Corp., Level 3 Communications, Manhattan Tele...

01 Aug

GSA chooses 10 for $50B EIS telecom contract

Washington Technology: AT&T, CenturyLink, Verizon, and MetTel are among a group of 10 companies to secure a seat on the General Services Administration’s (GSA) 15-year, $50 billion Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) contract. ... Read full article >...

01 Aug

GSA Awards $50B EIS Telecom Contract to 10 Companies

GovCon Wire: Ten companies have been awarded positions on the General Services Administration’s $50 billion Enterprise Infrastructure Services contract, replacing Networx as the government go-to for telecommunication services, according to a GSA release issued on FedBizOpps today. ... Rea...

01 Aug

GSA picks 10 vendors for $50B next-gen telecom contract

Federal News Radio: The General Services Administration awarded 10 companies a spot on the $50 billion next generation telecommunications contract called Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS). Almost two years after GSA issued the request for proposals for EIS, the agency opened the door to ...

01 Aug

IoT Channel Chronicles: MetTel Connects The IoT Dots With New Single SIM Chip

CRN: MetTel's New Single SIM Takes On IoT MetTel launched a new Single SIM last week that the company said will automatically connects devices to the strongest signal – so that Internet of Things devices will have the best connectivity regardless of location. ... Read full article >...

21 Jun

IoT Chip for Real-Time Product Status

MH&L: IoT Chip for Real-Time Product Status  MetTel has launched IoT Single SIM, which is designed to ensure the best possible connectivity no matter the device or location. It securely connects devices automatically to the Internet of Things via the four major U.S. and 650 worldwide carr...

21 Jun

MetTel Debuts Intelligent IoT Single SIM

Channel Partners: PRESS RELEASE — New York – The futuristic dream of the universal, invisible and always-on Internet of Things (IoT) is coming into view with the first SIM that intelligently roams to identify and automatically connect to the strongest signal globally, MetTel announced today. ...

21 Jun

MetTel launches single SIM for IoT to autoconnect devices to strongest signal

Fierce Wireless: MetTel is touting its single SIM for automatically connecting IoT devices to the strongest signal via the four major U.S. operators—Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint—and 650 carriers worldwide. Before settling on cellular standards-based IoT, the company considered score...

15 Jun

MetTel Takes IoT Anywhere With Single SIM

Light Reading: MetTel launched the IoT Single SIM today, a cloud-connected chip that connects automatically to the strongest signal in any location. MetTel claims that this is the first Single SIM that can securely and automatically connect devices to the IoT with the strongest signal via the fou...

15 Jun

MetTel launches first IoT single SIM that auto connects devices to strongest signal

AJOT: Cloud-Connected Chip Securely Tracks Products, Connects Devices and Solves Real-Time Supply Issues with Largest Network of 650+ Carriers in 165 Countries New York - The futuristic dream of the universal, invisible and always-on Internet of Things (IoT) is coming into view with the first...

15 Jun

MetTel Wants To Give Connected Devices The Strongest Signal With New IoT Single SIM

CRN: MetTel on Thursday launched a new Single SIM that the company said will automatically connects devices to the strongest signal – so that Internet of Things devices will have the best connectivity regardless of location. Max Silber, vice president of mobility and IoT at MetTel, said that the I...

15 Jun