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ITEXPO Miami 2012 Day 1 Analysis

Trade shows are in fact barometers of industry sentiment and mood and to gauge what the feeling is in the technology and communications spaces I turn to Jon Arnold's blog post about the first day here at ITEXPO.First off Jon...

ITEXPO East 2011 Tues, Feb 1, SIP Trunking, Cloud Computing & More

Be sure to get to ITEXPO on Tuesday, February 1st to take advantage of what has shaped up to be a great pre-conference day of networking and learning about communications and technology. First up us Ingate's SIP Trunking Workshop at...

Smart Grid Trends 2010-2011

The smart grid is a very hot topic now - there is a tremendous amount of value in these new networks and regardless of whether the primary driver is going green, saving or making money, there is a massive amount...

Apple, Sony, Microsoft, Google and ITEXPO News September 1, 2010

It has been an extremely exciting week again for tech news and moreover for me personally as I got a chance to open up my Sony Dash and it is a very cool addition to my desktop as it allows...

Google Becomes Wind Powered Electric Company

In Google's quest to become greener the company recently invested $38.8 million in North Dakota wind farms and the company is looking to make this a profitable business. You might expect the company to be using wind to power its...

Jon Arnold on ITEXPO East 2010

Influential analyst Jon Arnold spent some time documenting the ITEXPO event of last week. He has a bunch of photos as well. Hope you find it useful. Here are some excerpts:Never a dull moment at the ITExpo last week, and...

Google's Energy Ambitions and Smart Grid Implications

As I research Google's move into energy, I become fascinated by the idea that Google's influence on our lives may just be beginning. Sure the Google Toilet (video) may not be a real product but analysis of Google's potential in...

SIP Forum Embraces Smart Grid

 The SIP Forum has a new special interest group which focuses on smartgrid and I am thrilled to see this happen as the potential for SIP and other communications protocols and technologies to transform our global electrical system is huge....

SIP + Smart Grid = Opportunity

As you probably know I am extremely enthused about the idea of the smart grid as it is not only necessary for the next generation of power generation and consumption in the world but just as importantly because the new...

Thank You all For the Recognition

 I felt quite honored today as I learned my communications and technology blog was on a top VoIP blog list over at Focus - thanks David Hakala. Other names on the list include TMC contributor Jon Arnold. Jon is also...

Smart Grid Summit: The Future

What specific sources of power we use tomorrow and in what proportions is anyone's guess but what is certain is in order to take advantage of the various sources available we will have to develop a better electrical grid. We...

Summary of ITEXPO East 2009 Coverage

Thanks to all the editors and bloggers who covered ITEXPO East 2009 in Miami and/or posted photos. Also, thank you all for the nice comments about the show. Most can be found here and some are in this blog entry...

ITEXPO Growth of 15 Percent Portends Bright Industry Future

 With all the doom and gloom talk regarding the global economy, many attendees and exhibitors came to ITEXPO recently in Miami with low expectations. A few exhibitors told me candidly the show could have been justifiably down 30 percent. Instead, we...

Thousands More ATAs Get Landfilled

 Verizon is about to shut down its VoiceWing service and in the process leave thousands of orphaned and locked ATAs, Most of these devices are probably old by consumer electronics standards but as Tom Keating points out it is too...

ITEXPO East 2009 Blog Roundup

Yesterday, a number of people blogged about ITEXPO and discussed what they will be doing at the show. It seemed like a good weekend project to assemble some of these posts in one place so you can join in the...

Come Meet the Thought Leaders at ITEXPO

One of the most important parts of any conference is the networking... The potential to meet and speak with thought leaders in numerous markets at one time in one place. This year's ITEXPO has more thought leaders than any prior...

SIP Trunking For All

According to Jon Arnold an analyst who gets paid handsomely to share his thoughts on the future of communications, SIP trunking is a must for companies not only looking to save money but for those looking to reevaluate their processes...

Obviously VoIP is Alive and Well

  A Phoenix rising from the ashes -- not sure this is the appropriate image but it sure is colorful A few people have asked me recently to throw my hat in the ring about the health of VoIP. Many...

Hey Wait A Sec... Where is Jon Arnold?

Good news. For those of you looking for Jon Arnold's blog and that well thought-out content which helps service providers, enterprises and the blogosphere alike... I have found it. You see, this past weekend, Jon's blog moved.Jon has a way...

More Shots From Avaya Reception Last Night at ITEXPO

I had a great time at the Avaya reception last night where I met up with old friends and made some new ones. Photos below are of Jon Arnold, Luca Filigheddu and many others. Sorry about the quality - this...

Why Carriers and Microsoft Need Each Other

It is evident that society has a different relationship with technology today than ever before. Jon Arnold, one of the most well-respected analysts I know has delved deep into Microsoft's relationship with telcos. He has really thought through the company's ...

Carriers Need Advertising

I have been saying for over a decade that carriers need to explore ways to deliver enhanced services. To be fair, some companies are doing this. AT&T has done an amazing job partnering with Apple (the way I hear it,...

A New IP Communications Portal

Some of the brightest minds in IP communications have teamed up to launch a new site called IP Communications Insights. Readers of this blog no doubt know Marc Robins and Jon Arnold as I have discussed them both often...

The Problem with Triple-Play Providers

I am a cable quadruple customer. VoIP, broadband, TV and the reason I switched from standalone VoIP to cable had to do with dropped packets on my network. After spending days trying to figure out what the problem was...

TMCnet Continues to Grow

Thanks once again to our loyal TMCnet readers. Because of you, TMCnet has broken more online records. In January of 2008 TMCnet experienced 38,368,961 page views (meaning total number of web pages viewed on TMCnet in January alone. The total...
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