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Hotel Broadband Issues

One of the most maddening parts of traveling for me has to be finding hotels which have adequate bandwidth. Generally you have to learn the good properties from bad via trial and error. For those of us used to continuous...

Sangoma's S519 ADSL2+ Card Great for Inexpensive VoIP/Video

I had a chance to speak with David Mandelstam the CEO of Sangoma about his company's new ADSL 2+ networking card the S519 which provides an internal solution for people looking for DSL access sans modems. Asked why the card...

NTT America Channel Neutral Partner Program

NTT America, a subsidiary of NTT Communications Corp is being more aggressive in getting referral partners, agents and VARs to sell its entire suite of domestic and international IP and data solutions including Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet and 10 GigE...

Vocal IP Networx a Big Apple Carrier

Recently I had a chance to sit down with Eugene Laykhtman the founder and president of Advanced Technology Group, Inc. (ATG), a company he founded in 1995 in the IT consulting space. Over the years, ATG got involved in IP...

Cbeyond Rides the Hosted Wave

The most obvious trend in the tech space is that of outsourced services since companies need to boost productivity by deploying the latest in technology but in general don't have the budgets they used to for large capital expenditures. Recently...

Truphone Local Anywhere Makes Mobile Roaming Painless

Truphone Local Anywhere is likely one of the more revolutionary products/services you will see this year and consists of a single-SIM, multi-country mobile service that will make any mobile call within the set of supported countries a local call....

From Bad GM News to Good Tektronix News

I woke this morning to hear GM may face bankruptcy, even though the taxpayers have loaned the company tens of billions of dollars. Later in the day I traveled to Genband where they tell me business is good. I then...

Will Wireless Broadband Turn this Economy?

It goes without saying the need/desire for wireless broadband is growing - partially fueled by social networking applications but perhaps just as importantly the need to be connected regardless of location. Instantaneous access to information is an addiction which I...

Stimulus Could Reshape Broadband Tech Landscape

With all the talk of broadband stimulus, many of us in the more densely populated areas of the nation probably wonder just why this is such a big deal as we have cable and companies already competing for our business....

Would You Spend $5 For E911?

Verizon is thinking about offering a $5/month landline for incoming calls and E911 access. Another idea is a $10/month line for limited local calls. These offers would be available only to the company's broadband customers and the idea is to...

4G Gains From Truman Show/Twitter Mashups

Why am I personally excited about the launch and success of TMC's latest 4GWE conference in partnership with Crossfire Media which includes Carl Ford and the team? How about a 66-fold increase in 4G mobile traffic through 2013? What will...

Sound Off on Obama Broadband Stimulus

Tom Keating is dead set against the broadband stimulus plan proposed by President-Elect Obama. He believes in government getting out of the way of people and generally I agree with him. I do however believe that broadband is like air,...

Keating Against Obama on Broadband

Tom Keating is furious at the Obama broadband plan which will put $40 billion of US resources in the direction of the companies who provide broadband to consumers. I say great idea and bring it on. Tom really disagrees. Check...

Kevin Martin Leaves FCC

In five days Kevin Martin will leave the FCC paving the way for Julius Genachowski who many hope will be more pro-competition and a much better consumer advocate.  Items for the new FCC chair to deal with include net neutrality,...

AT&T Inching Forward With Femtocells

With the massive hit carriers are taking by providing all you can eat data plans, is it any wonder AT&T is getting more serious about rolling out femtocells? No surprise here -- in fact I wonder why the company hasn't...

Delta Adds WiFi in Northeast Corridor

As a person who commutes semi-regularly between Connecticut and Boston and DC, I never fly. I either drive or take the train so I can work while commuting. One of the challenges the airlines have is the productivity loss of...

Next Generation Communications Resource Launched

If there is one certainly it is that technology seems to evolve at a faster clip today than at any other time in our lifetimes. Moore's Law is part of this evolution but just as important is convergence. And...

TI on Communications Development

Texas Instruments makes the DSPs which perform much of the heavy lifting in communications devices we commonly use. From cell phones to VoIP gateways, TI DSPs and other processors are likely to be in in the equipment we use.To help...

More on Airplane Broadband and VoIP

If you haven't been paying attention you just may have missed the fact that bloggers have been going crazy lately about VoIP blocking on planes and the associated ways of getting around said blocking. Long story short -- SIP was...

Comcast Caps Usage

I have mixed emotions about the Comcast cap of 250 GB/month of bandwidth. On the one hand, it is good the company is telling users what is acceptable and what is not. At least we now have a number and...

Communications and Technology Stories August 14, 2008

Please enjoy some communications and technology stories while having your morning (or evening) tea or coffee. My thoughts in brief -- Extreme is smart to jump on the energy efficient bandwagon, Jajah claims to have over 10 million users in...

Why Was Amazon S3 Down?

If you are interested in learning about why Amazon had an outage in their cloud computing initiative S3 you can read about it on their corporate blog with some interesting commentary here.Is there anything worth pointing out? Sure thing. Amazon...

iPhone Driving Wireless Broadband

For years, carriers worldwide tried pushing wireless data services and have been disappointed at how fast consumers were adopting the technology. What they failed to realize the entire time they were investing billions of dollars in network infrastructure was it...

iPhone Lines Persist

Perhaps I am the idiot and Steve Jobs is right. We just called the Apple store in Stamford, CT (both local AT&T Wireless stores are sold out and you can tell they aren't too happy to be fielding these calls)...

Mossberg on iPhone Apps

Walt Mossberg does a pretty good job of explaining why you might want to use the latest 3G iPhone and its applications in this video. He outlines 10 applications which you may be interested in from one that lets...
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