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Why is the PSTN Long Tail So Long?

Even though VoIP and IP communications in general is now dominating all landline communications, why is the PSTN still there?  Why doesn’t...

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Cloudstudio with Your UCaaS, Would You Like Fries With That?

McDonald's is famous for asking customers if they want fries with their order and as a result, over the years, they have...

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Martello Offers Unique SD-WAN Solutions

Martello Technologies has become one of the more interesting players in the SD-WAN space - by purchasing Elfiq - one of the first...

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New Rev.io REST API Helps Carriers Reduce Leakage, Improve ROI

Revenue leakage among carriers is close to a billion dollars and as new services come on line, the complexity of managing various...

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As an enterprise, why you should care about 5G

As an enterprise, why should you care about 5G?  I mean, after all, it means new phones, new bring your own...

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New VTech Devices Bring SIP and Key System Functionality to Business

Sometimes you need to go backward to go forward is what we thought when we met for an exclusive interview with...

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Jenne Becomes Leading UCaaS Value-Added Distributor

As resellers evolve from selling telecom hardware like PBXs to UCaaS, they often need help to figure out how to do it...

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Data Connection Sells Megaco to Fujitsu

January 19, 2005

Loquendo Speech News

January 19, 2005

Big news in the speech space. I like the ability to have so many different languages supported: Argentinean, Brazilian, Castilian Spanish, Catalan, Chilean, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Italian, Mexican, Portuguese, Swedish, U.K. and U.S. English.

Lucent's Profit Slips

January 19, 2005

According to TheStreet.com Lucent increased revenue on a year-over-year basis by 3% to $2.34 billion. The problem is this number fell short of the $2.4 billion dollar analyst estimate. "While the wireline market remains a challenge in the near term, we continue to execute on a long-term strategy of investing in areas that are critical to our vision of convergence such as next-gen optical, VoIP, broadband access, and mobile high-speed data, as well as services, government and emerging markets," CEO Patricia Russo said.

It is amazing to hear optical is back.

Yahoo Earnings on Fire

January 18, 2005

2 VoIP Articles

January 18, 2005

BroadVoice 800 Numbers

January 18, 2005

One day 800 numbers won't mean anything as we will all have VoIP and cell phones with unlimited calling plans. In the present, 800 numbers are enhanced service offerings that VoIP service providers use to lure customers. I suppose toll-free numbers are about as commoditized as  a service as there is so I am not surprised to see it as a victim of a price war. Whereas Vonage will charge you $4.99/month for this service with 60 minutes of free long-distance bundled in, BroadVoice charges you $1.95/month for the same service.

Supreme Court Decides on Broadband

January 18, 2005

Important news on the US Supreme Court and their decision on broadband services. As the release says, this ruling could have an extremely negative effect on the business of providing VoIP services and service providers in general. Hopefully at least one of the justices is a Vonage user. If not, surely Skype

Release:

Local CLEC Provides VoIP

January 18, 2005

A local CLEC (to TMC anyway ) becomes a VoIP service provider.

excerpt:

eLEC's VoX Deploys Packet Telephony Technology and Begins Offering VoIP Services Nationwide

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 18, 2005--eLEC Communications Corp. (OTCBB:ELEC), a local telecommunications company in White Plains, NY, today announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary VoX Communications has successfully deployed its packet telephony technology, and is now offering local and long-distance residential and business Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) service nationwide.

In addition, Chairman and President of the International Packet Communications Consortium (IPCC) Michael Khalilian welcomed participation and membership of eLEC to the IPCC saying, "eLEC has a unique status among CLECs by having traditional TDM networks in addition to VoIP platforms and service offerings." The IPCC is the industry's leading international association dedicated to advancing the deployment of VoIP and packet communications technology.

Mobile Phones To Control PCs

January 18, 2005

Military VoIP

January 18, 2005

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