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SOA in Communications

The leading edge in telecom is SOA. I have written about this many times before but I get the feeling most people don't understand how important the concept of SOA will be as telecom gets more integrated into the fabric...

Nortel’s New CTO

John Roese has recently been appointed as Nortel’s new CTO and I thought this was a golden opportunity to get his insights on what is happening in the communications market and at Nortel. Based on these thorough answers I expect...

supercalifragilisticexpi - SIP – idocious

Here is my unedited Outlook from the July 2006 issue of SIP Magazine.   ----------   The proliferation of contact numbers and addresses is staggering. I have tried to keep my e-mail accounts to a minimum and I still have...

Hashemian is Wrong

Years ago Robert Hashemian, who currently employs the position of Webmaster at TMCnet wrote an article "Fax is Dead." This of course didn't sit well with Maury Kaufman who at the time made his living as a fax analyst. Maury...

NexTone

I have recently met with the NexTone team and am impressed with many of the initiatives they are undertaking from their university to their extensive and ever-growing interoperability lab. In addition to these positive moves the company has recently appointed...

Can Encrypted VoIP Be Bad For VoIP?

An article in the New York Times today titled Voice Encryption May Draw U.S. Scrutiny starts out with the following sentence:Philip R. Zimmermann wants to protect online privacy. Who could object to that?The answer of course is no one except...

Speaking at the ATA next week

Yes I am on my way to Louisville, Kentucky to speak on VoIP to a group of hundreds of resellers and next week I get the privilege of addressing a different group altogether – contact center executives. What I like...

Cacti

When IP based call centers first came of age there was a challenge presented in how to record VoIP calls and further, where to record them. I met a number of call center companies at TMC’s VoIP Developer show who...

SIPthat Podcast

When you get a moment, check out my podcast with Erik Lagerway who writes the SIPthat blog. Erik actually interviewed me and did a great job.   ...

What is SIP Scared of?

SIP has competition. Should it be scared or go about its business? Security is another issue to be concerned with. Here is an article that briefly touches on SIP and what could possibly threaten the burgeoning session initiation protocol standard.My...

SIP Magazine Publisher's Outlook, Issue 2

Here is my second Publisher's Outlook in issue number 2 of SIP Magazine. Hope you enjoy it. It doesn't have a title yet. Possible options are Avaya boards the SIP train, Avaya SIPs its way to the top of the...

Late Start Today

Had another one of those rough nights last night as my youngest daughter got sick which of course means no sleep. Thankfully she seemed OK this morning. So I got a late start and am having blogging withdrawal. Instead of...

IP Multimedia Subsystem

IPcommunications.com spoke to Walt Brown, a network systems architect for Intel's Communication Infrastructure Group, to find out exactly why IMS contains the magic bullets that will help bridge circuit- and packet-switched communications as networks evolve to the next generation of...

Fusion Telecommunications

It is worth checking out Tom’s analysis of Fusion telecommunication’s “intriguing” p2p solution."This technology will give Fusion the opportunity to expand its existing suite of paid service offerings and participate in the growing peer-to-peer telephony market through its efonica brand,...

Directory Assistance Comes to VoIP

For years I have written about how service providers have been charging the public for a non-service. What I mean is charging for the unlisted or non-published service. I think I have been writing about the topic for eight years...

IMS Forum News

I recently wrote about the name change at the IMS Forum and followed up with an interview with IMS Forum founder Michael Khalilian. The momentum is indeed building in this association and the market as I just learned that Convedia...

IMS Forum Interview

I recently had a chance to announce the news that the IPCC was changing its name to the IMS Forum. Since then, TMC has had a chance to interview Michael Khalilian the Chairman of the IMS Forum on his association...

Oracle in SIP Market

I am pretty surprised by the news of Oracle entering the SIP market. 'The addition of Hot Sip's technology will allow Oracle to build on its leadership in middleware and in carrier-grade communications infrastructures,' said Thomas Kurian, senior vice president,...

IMS is our Future

This article will be a portion of my first column in Volume 1, Issue 1 in the new TMC launch, IMS Magazine.-----------Never before in my history in the telecom space have so many agreed on something so quickly. IMS is...

IMS Expo

On the heels of a tremendously successful IMS Summit at ITEXPO this past week with multiple standing room only sessions, we feel TMC is the right company to educate the world on the growing IMS market. For this reason, TMC...

What is happening in VoIP

If there is a single trend I have observed this week it is that VoIP is really happening. I spent a good deal of time interviewing companies exhibiting at the Internet Telephony show and they told me that the buyers...

SIP Magazine is Here

SIP Magazine is here! Thanks to all of you that helped make this publication possible incuding my fellow TMC team members and those of you in the industry that helped support this new magazine. :) On to IMS Magazine which...

More on SIP

The SIP market is growing so quickly it is exciting that it defies growth projections. I wrote about SIP just today and how the standard is now so closely intertwined with VoIP, it is tough to see where one technology...

The SIP Standard

It is also great see that a single standard like SIP has emerged as something we can all rally around. What may have really slowed industry growth in years past was a plethora of standards that sewed more confusion in...

VoIP Adrenalin

I have been working here at the Ft. Lauderdale airport for over an hour and am impressed with the large amount of seating space, the abundance of electrical outlets and the fast and free WiFi. The WiFi here has been...
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