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At MWC, Netronome Powers up Ericsson and Juniper NFV and SDN Solutions

A major theme at Mobile World Congress (MWC16) was digital transformation which allows carriers to compete more efficiently with OTT providers. As the world moves faster towards becoming fully digitized, the pace of change also gets quicker. Operators need to...

RAD Rides 5G and NFV Trends at Mobile World Congress

At Mobile World Congress (MWC16), RAD was focusing on two important trends I saw at the show – the move to 5G and digital transformation for carriers – specifically NFV. Bjorn Baera, Head of Business Development European Service Providers showed...

Synaptics Shows Off Thinner Screens, No-Touch Displays And Flexible Biometrics

It’s always great to meet up with the people at Synaptics – like I did at Mobile World Congress (MWC16) to see what the future holds from a touch-interface standpoint. Andrew Hsu, Head of the Concept Prototyping Team had lots...

CommScope Survey: Better Building Wireless Worth $1 Million

A common challenge for many businesses is having adequate connectivity. You’d think in the US this isn't an issue but I can tell you from firsthand experience (I am also CEO of a New York and Connecticut provider of IT...

Top 10 Mobile World Congress Trends #MWC16

I’ve just returned from a whirlwind event for the telecom market known as Mobile World Congress and I’m still amazed by the amount of optimism I’ve just witnessed. It would not be an exaggeration to say this level of...

Politically Motivated Hackers Hit Nissan, Are You Prepared?

Quite often when we think about hackers, we imagine there is someone looking to gain something of value from us. In response, we plan our computer and network security strategy with this in mind. For example, many attacks have targeted...

My Thoughts on the Iran Dam Hacking in Rye, NY

Today, I discuss the ongoing cyberwar which the US is unprepared for. Specifically, as it relates to the American citizens who will be targeted. Consider, as Iran and other countries literally declare electronic war on us, we respond by freeing...

45+ Webinar Best Practice Tips

A very comprehensive and helpful guest post by Pierre Kerbage, Senior Vice President at Ironton Global on how you can become a great presenter: Ever hosted a webinar, or passed on a meeting to a fellow employee, only to be...

Comcast Business Seeing Nice Broadband Growth

While much of the talk about Comcast in the media recently has involved their M&A aspirations as well as their consumer brand, the real story at the company is Comcast Business. Recently I met with Mike Tighe, Executive Director of...

InfoVista and Ipanema Technologies Poised to Enable New Carrier Services

The WAN optimization market is expected to more than double in size from 2014 to 2019 eventually hitting $12.1 billion according to MarketsandMarkets. It’s no wonder - Cyril Doussau de Bazignan explained to me in a recent meeting that as...

HP's March into Simplifying NFV

Arbitrage is one of the great opportunities which presents itself repeatedly in tech. In the nineties, something called international callback allowed am international caller to dial a number in the US and hang up – only to have a US-based...

Independence IT, The Multivendor Desktop-as-a-Service Company

The cloud is the answer – what was the question? That seems to be a common tech theme these days and for good reason. The ability for clouds to reduce complexity and time-to-market for companies is unrivaled by even the...

Verizon to Spin off Cloud and What We Can Learn

I have a solid source "in the know" who tells me Verizon is looking to spin off its Terremark cloud business as well as its reseller arm which sells PBXs. The idea is the company wants to focus more on...

QualiSystems Boosts Automation of NFV, DevOps and SDN

One of the more interesting vendors at Interop 2015 was Qualisystems as the company allows companies to automate many manual tasks in order to more efficiently develop, manage and deploy jobs in the cloud and on legacy computing environments....

HP Can't Compete in Public Cloud as Amazon Machine Learning Launches

There are long-term trends in technology we all know are happening. Computers will get more powerful. More devices will be connected. Finally, the cloud will continue to become a more integral part of everything we do. We know these things...

Fring Alliance Aims to Become Carrier VoIP Cooperative

Fring may be one of the more interesting stories in the telecom space. The company launched one of the first VoIP apps I used on the iPhone – if not the first. They then sold to GENBAND some years later...

MatrixCloud: It's Time To Re-evaluate Cloud Deployment and Management

It’s exciting to see that cloud is being embraced by so many. From small businesses to the largest, cloud computing solutions are eagerly being rolled out for CRM, telephony, UC, accounting, storage and anything else you can think of. While...

GENBAND Kandy Goes Public at Ruby Skye

Last night, GENBAND hosted a gala premiere at Ruby Skye in San Francisco for its official Kandy launch - the transitional solution from the communications hardware company which positions them as a seller of cloud-solutions. The point of the event...

Zocalo: Amazon Just Fired a Gun at Microsoft, Oracle and Dropbox

Amazon has made its name in ecommerce and cloud but its next frontier may be productivity applications and in the process, they may disrupt the entire enterprise software and cloud market. Zocalo is a new service from the company which...

The PBX Squeeze and How You'll Benefit

The following diagram is borrowed from the substantial cranial database of TMC partner in WebRTC Expo and UC University, Phil Edholm who was a major tech driver at Nortel and Avaya for decades. It was modified a bit by me....

What's the Future of SIP Trunking, IoT, Cloud and WebRTC?

Gary Audin shares his insights on the future of technologyDoes the cloud have challenges you should be aware of? Is IoT the future? If so, how should carriers react? Weill WebRTC change how companies communicate internally? With customers? Will SIP...

Alcatel-Lucent: NFV Can be More Secure than Legacy

As NFV and SDN usher in a new era of software telcos, there are just so many pieces which have to be put into place to enable solutions from disparate vendors to interoperate smoothly. Moreover, carriers are always looking...

Smart Voice may be the Evolution of Communications

Over the past few decades as telephony has opened up, we have seen the advent of APIs on computers which allowed better control of voice communications. Things like softphones and PC PBXs startd to appear in the nineties. Soon thereafter...

Microsoft is Sacrificing Internet Explorer

By ignoring WebRTC, Redmond gives another reason for users to defect to other browsers It was about twenty years ago when Microsoft got serious about the Internet because Netscape Navigator was becoming a crucial piece of the Internet puzzle...

Interactions 2014 Live Blog

I'm here in Indianapolis, Indiana and will be live blogging the Interactive Intelligence Interactions 2014 event where I expect to break some big news. Moreover, I will be the MC of the CX Hot Trends (customer experience) Event which kicks...
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