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2018 (Likely Wrong) Predictions

Last year, I refrained from making any telecom predictions.   And no one complained.  And this year I was content to continue down...

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20 Years Later, Dialpad Disrupts Communications Again

History was made this week As Dialpad launched a free version of their UCaaS platform for up to five users. This amounts...

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MegaPath Leverages Years of Experience to Lead in SD-WAN

MegaPath is in a unique position in the SD-WAN space as they were on the leading edge of the MPLS curve...

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Value Added Services In IoT

A couple of months ago, I had the opportunity to speak at TechXLR8 Asia in Singapore.  It was a dynamic conference covering...

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TELoIP Brings SD-WAN to Companies of All Sizes

The market predictions for SD-WAN growth show a hockey-stick. What is most interesting about this growth is it’s literally across the spectrum...

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SD-WAN is Booming and Airespring is Providing its Customers Innovative Solutions

SD-WAN is eating the WAN, cloud and IP communications all at once. We’ve all seen the amazing projections of market growth but...

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TPx Communications Successfully adds SD-WAN to its Portfolio of Services

IP Communications is just one of the important areas where SD-WAN is making a big impact. One company, TPx Communications got its...

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Can a Telephone System Be Sexy?

January 4, 2005

Can a telephone system be sexy? Well that is the argument of TMCnet Channel author Greg Pisano who writes Telephone Systems Can Be Sexy. I have to admit, this caught my attention. Quite a headline. But can they really be,...

Blogs Define the Digital Divide

January 4, 2005

Vonage WiFi Telephony News From CES

January 4, 2005

Recently engadget reported that Vonage has a WiFi phone, the F-1000. I expect a number of WiFi telephony announcements to come from CES. I recently blogged about new WiFi telephony chips which will make designing WiFi telephony devices as easy...

Tom Keating writes about the humble beginnings of VoIP

January 3, 2005

Tom Keating writes about the humble beginnings of VoIP and is absolutely correct in saying that it was first written about in TMC's CTI Magazine in 1996. What surprises me is how much coverage we gave this nascent field. I...

VoIP Blog Legends Plug Internet Telephony Conference & Expo

January 3, 2005

California PUC and VoIP Regulation

January 3, 2005

In my mind we need a great deal less government intervention in our daily lives and this is especially true when the government serves as a direct road block to progress in an industry that has so much potential like...

DSP Group's WiFi Telephony Chip: Wireless Voice Over IP

January 3, 2005

It is no secret that WiFi telephony is the future of VoIP. Just as consumer adoption launched VoIP into the mainstream, it is possible that these same consumers will do the same for WiFi telephony. Frankly it should be business users that accelerate the adoption but consumers have done an amazing job of harnessing leading edge technologies. Businesses are a bit gun-shy after the dotcom era it seems.So we will likely see the consumer and business space work together on building this new category of product.

Investor's Business Daily, Positive Voice Over IP Article

January 2, 2005

I like Investors Business Daily. I dont currently subscribe but have in the past and loved it. I suffer from lack of reading time as well as lack of time for just about anything else. In any event, if I...

Can Net2Phone VoIP Service Compete With Vonage and AT&T CallVantage?

December 30, 2004

In 1999, years before Vonage was a company, Net2phone had an agreement with Komodo Technology to use their Komodo Fone as a broadband telephony/VoIP access device. You could make outbound calls but not receive inbound calls with this combination of...

FCC Frees up Spectrum for 3G

December 30, 2004

Here is some very big news from the FCC about additional 3G spectrum now available. Washington, D.C. Today, the Federal Communications Commission (Commission) formally notified the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) of the U.S. Department of Commerce that...
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