"EarthLink" Posts

Windstream Sells Consumer EarthLink Business to Private Equity

Windstream sells EarthLink consumer Internet business to private equity firm Trive Capital. Windstream strives to avoid bond defaults while emphasizing SD-WAN, midmarket MSP & unified communications services.

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5 Channel Partner Updates: 22 February 2017

Updates: Atera, Autotask, CompTIA, cPacket Networks, Deloitte, EarthLink, HTG Peer Groups, Kontron, LogiGear, NetFortris, PTC & Zift Solutions.

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5 Channel Partner Updates: 17 January 2017

Update: Aruba, BlueLine, Box, CDI, Compass Datacenters, CompTIA, Computer Design & Integration, GCI, Northpoint Consulting, PGI, ScienceLogic, Yorktel.

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5 Channel Partner Updates: 7 November 2016

Updates: BLINQ Networks, Cognizant, ConnectWise, CryptZone, EarthLink, NetSuite, New Relic, Oracle, RigNet, ScanSource, Synnex Varnex & more.

Windstream, EarthLink Discuss Potential Merger

Windstream and EarthLink are discussing a network services business mergers. The companies earlier sold off their data center and MSP assets.

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5 Channel Partner Updates: 28 September 2016

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Updates: Accenture, Cloudyn, Continuum #NAV16, Dispel, Druva, FInancialForce, Prosperworks, RightNetworks, ServiceNow, Nectar Service & more.

EarthLink: Life After Managed IT Services

EarthLink (NASDAQ: ELNK), after selling some MSP business assets to Synoptek earlier this year, pushes deeper into retail IT consulting.

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5 Channel Partner Updates: 2 May 2016

Today’s channel partner updates involve Dell, EarthLink, Carbonite, Equinix, Hortonworks, FireEye, HTG Peer Groups, Kaseya, Sophos, Kaseya & EMC World 2016.

EarthLink Retreats From Selected Managed IT Services

EarthLink is selling its IT services business to Synoptek for $29 million, or about 0.78 times the business unit’s annual revenues. Here are deal details.

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Cloud, Managed Services Providers Invade NRF16 Retail Show

From Comm-Works to EarthLink, MSPs, cloud providers and technology companies are invading Retail’s Big Show 2016 (#NRF16) in Manhattan. Here’s why.