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BlueSocket

I recently had the opportunity to ask Mads Lillelund, president and CEO of Bluesocket, about the evolution of the IP communications space, its acquisition of Pingtel and the direction his company is taking.   Bluesocket provides open wireless security and...

Unlock iPhone get Sued

There has been tremendous coverage of the New Jersey teen who unlocked the iPhone. Now it seems it is possible that unlocking the iPhone and sharing the secret online can make you a target of a lawsuit. Here is the...

Dell, Solio, Provia and More

Today has been a pretty hectic day for me as I was up late at an uncle and aunt’s 50th anniversary party last night (amazing number of years isn’t it?). This AM I had a meeting with the doctor...

VoEX

VoEX, Inc., is a VoIP managed-service provider offering global peering infrastructure, network interoperability, industry-leading quality of service, and advanced applications capabilities for top tier carriers, mobile operators, cable operators, voice service providers, academic institutions and enterprises. VoEX maps the world’s...

Google Sky

Today Google announced its Google Earth program will allow you navigate stars as well. You can now see constellations and navigate around the cosmos. You can see how planets rotate using an animation tool and more. Here are some of...

Parlano

Bob Serr, Parlano CTO, took some time to give me this exclusive interview. In it, he gave some fascinating insight on the impact of industry giants like Google and Microsoft on the telecom world, and also let me know why...

Ingate

I recently had the opportunity to ask Olle Westerberg, chief executive officer Ingate Systems, about his business and the direction he is taking the company.   Ingate Systems produces a range of SIP-capable enterprise firewalls.   Please read the TMCnet...

Level 3 Communications

Level 3 Communications, Inc., an international communications company, operates one of the largest Internet backbones in the world, connecting 180 markets in 18 countries. The company serves a broad range of wholesale, enterprise and content customers with a comprehensive suite...

Arlinx

I recently had the opportunity to ask Patrick Young of Arlinx about the company’s customer base, its IP communications strategy and the direction his company is taking.   The Arlinx IP Elite Security and Media Processing Platforms provide opportunities for...

Junction Networks

I recently had the opportunity to ask Avery Glasser of Junction Networks about the evolution of the SMB IP communications space and the direction his company is taking.   Junction Networks provides business class VoIP service to companies without the...

Vocalocity

Vocalocity provides customized VoIP phone solutions to small and medium size businesses, specializing in “Micro enterprise” companies with fewer than 25 employees. Vocalocity’s core service offering, VocalocityPBX, is designed to provide customers with the quality and reliability of traditional PBX...

Telrex

I recently got the chance to sit down with Bob Cordes, Vice President of Product Management for Telrex. We discussed his company’s business strategy, as well as the future of the IP telephony market in general.   Telrex is a...

Getronics

I recently had the opportunity to ask Emmitt Wells of Getronics about their business and the direction they are taking as a company.   Please outline your new corporate initiatives   Getronics, building on its dominance in desktop managed services...

Acme Packet

Kevin Mitchell, Director of Solutions Marketing for Acme Packet, gave me this exclusive interview. Take a look at what he told me about VoIP security, the impact of wireless technology, and a particularly surprising prediction on the future of communications....

Jesus Phone

The LA times has a comprehensive overview of Apple’s iPhone or as the article references “Jesus Phone.” In addition there is some focus on security, the FCC and the 700 MHz auction....

Apple iPhone

I finally went to the AT&T store this past weekend and played around with the iPhone. Amazingly the store in Norwalk, CT had both models in stock. I was very surprised by this fact as the building is right next...

Apple vs. SP Technologies

Can you imagine a world where iPhones didn’t have access to touch screen technology? Well a company called SP Technologies has a patent on what seems to be the keyboard mechanism on the Apple iPhone. Will this mean Apple is...

ITEXPO Weeks Away

I just can’t believe that Internet Telephony Conference & Expo is five short weeks away. I just can’t wait for September 10-12th in Los Angeles. Boy is the summer going by fast. Thankfully I read Ken Kamp’s blog where he...

iPhone, U-Phone, Everybody G-Phone

This year has been the absolutely most tumultuous ever in terms of wireless communications and these changes can and will have a dramatic effect on your business. You can’t go anywhere these days without seeing Apple’s iPhone in action. Kids...

Nokia N800 Question

I received the following question today regarding the Nokia N800:   I'm seriously thinking of purchasing the Nokia N800. Since it is strictly a wireless device is there really enough free public wireless to make the purchase worthwhile. I'd be...

Google Phone

Here is the latest on the Google branded cell phone from the Wall Street Journal. Here is a summary:   1)      Google has a prototype cell phone they are shopping 2)      The phone has a keyboard 3)      US carriers don’t...

Microsoft Pushes into Communications and Beyond

Here is my August 2007 Publisher’s Outlook for Internet Telephony Magazine. It may be one of the longest pieces I have written in a while and it was great fun to put together and hopefully is something you will appreciate....

iPhone Meets Asterisk

How do you get really interesting unified communications capabilities into your iPhone? Simple. Well it is simple if you have a trixbox-based phone system. Tom Keating has the details of getting the iPhone to work with your asterisk-based phone...

NetSuite on iPhone

Is it a marketing ploy or really something useful? NetSuite recently announced they will have support for Apple’s iPhone with their SuitePhone solution. The application provides native Safari support which is a good move. As iPhone use proliferates this announcment...

700MHZ Spectrum

Google and others are looking to ensure some of the 700MHZ spectrum is allocated for broadband wireless and moreover available at wholesale rates in order to help foster new and innovative services. For more on this story see this USA...
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