Month: September 2009

Back from Canada

I finished my tour of The Great White North and am back in the US where I feel much more
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xG Technology xMax Works as Advertised

xG Technology proclaimed in 2005 that they have a revolutionary technology which allows wireless broadband using unlicensed and licensed frequencies.
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Alteva Showcases Hosted UC Solutions

As the hosted IP communications market has grown, so has Alteva, a company providing services such as hosted PBX. With
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Psytechnics Expands QoE to Telepresence

Psytechnics is one of the major players measuring quality of experience for voice and video deployments. Recently the company expanded
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Skype’s Enterprise Assault

Skype has been doing a great job integrating with Asterisk, ShoreTel, Nortel, Cisco and others. It took years to get
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AT&T, Google, The FCC and Net Neutrality

Last week’s most interesting tech news may just be the controversy brewing in the world of net neutrality where FCC
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Teach a Man to Fish as Unemployment Cure

As international outsourcing claims more jobs, two things happen – unemployment in developed nations increases and companies lower their costs.
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Live Life

Om Malik has some excellent thoughts about enjoying life after celebrating the birth of a new baby boy and attending
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Broadsoft: The 800-Pound Call Center Gorilla

The behind the scenes company powering a call center near you In the year 2000 when society was in the
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