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Enhance Your Messaging Through Your Invoices

Are you ready for the upcoming spring and summer holidays? Mother's Day. Father's Day. 4th of July. Now is the time to keep your messaging in mind, as you mail out thousands of invoices over these big holidays.
Written by Craig Krcil at 00:00

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Carrier Access Billing: Don’t Leave Your Access Revenue Potential Unbilled

CHR Carrier Access Billing (CABS) provides a highly scalable solution suited for any size client. With an in-house solution or a completely outsourced option featuring value add services, CHR CABS billing system is equipped to meet your specific access billing requirements.
Written by Stacy Mock at 00:00

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NOC & Technical Support Services Focus On Growth for Businesses

Are you looking to grow your business? Utilizing services like NOC Services and Technical Support allows your staff to focus on your customers. Network monitoring and Technical Support Services can provide added value to customer’s while helping to bolster your business.
Written by Allen Lepke at 00:00

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Broadband Demand on the Rise

The number one demand by end users is a rapid increase in broadband. People now have multiple devices and are streaming more video with services likes Netflix and Hulu, along with a strong push from gaming consoles such as XBox One and Playstation 4. For service providers this has resulted in demand not only for pure last mile bandwidth, but the additive factor places stress on the upstream fiber capacity, electronic equipment and connection to the cloud.
Written by Sam Harlan at 00:00

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Learn More About IPv6 at IP Possibilities

Right now a hot topic in the Communication Service Provider (CSP) space is IPv6, the next generation Internet Protocol (IP) address standard that will supplement and eventually replace IPv4, the protocol most Internet services use today. CHR is participating on an IPv6 panel at NTCA IP Possibilities to discuss what IPv6 is, why it matters, and how to implement it.
Written by James Kovaly at 00:00
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