ITEXPO East 2011 News Starts to Flow

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ITEXPO East 2011 News Starts to Flow

The show dailies for ITEXPO are beginning to be published and the first one has news and information from companies making news at the show such as Aastra, Xorcom, D2 Technologies and more.


 
       
 

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By Chris DiMarco, TMCnet Web Editor
At this year's ITEXPO East PBX phone system manufacturer Xorcom will be revealing some of the feature rich new products it's developed recently. The company announced today that it will use the expo as a platform to show off new versions of its IP-PBX phones and will also be sponsoring a meeting with partners for its worldwide distribution channel on February 2nd and will be hosting a portion of the Reseller Workshop on February 3rd.

By Juliana Kenny, TMCnet Web Editor
Recently acclaimed as one of the top 50 Fastest Growing Trade Shows by Trade Show Executive, ITEXPO East 2011 will have tons of new and innovative solutions on display from the world's leading technology developers. Aastra USA will be one of the distinguished exhibitors at the event, and Tim Whittington, executive VP and general manager for Aastra USA offered some insight into how he thinks the technology trends of 2010 will affect the ones to come in 2011 in a recent interview with Rich Tehrani, CEO of TMC

By Stefanie Mosca, TMCnet Web Editor
It's that time again. ITEXPO East, the biggest IP communications show is only weeks away. D2 Technologies, provider of embedded IP communications software platforms and specializing in mobile unified communications is one of the many companies exhibiting at ITEXPO East 2011 next month in Miami, Florida from Feb. 2-4.

By Juliana Kenny, TMCnet Web Editor
ITEXPO East 2011 brings the technology world's most innovative thought leaders together to learn, discuss, and demonstrate all of the ground-breaking solutions that have developed over the past few months, and muse over we are to see in the future. In a coming session on February 2 at the ITEXPO East in Miami, the Telecom Expense Management Industry Association (TEMIA) will moderate a panel expert discussion featuring thought leaders in the TEM industry who will discuss different ways to proactively avoid bill shocks. The session "If Charges for Wireless Service Plans Keep Going Down, Why Does My Spending Keep Rising?"

By Stefanie Mosca, TMCnet Web Editor
It's that time again. ITEXPO East is just around the corner. Grandstream, provider of IP multimedia phones and video surveillance solutions will be one of the many companies exhibiting at ITEXPO East 2011 next month in Miami, Florida from Feb. 2-4.

By Stefanie Mosca, TMCnet Web Editor
It's that time again. ITEXPO East is just around the corner. snom, provider of IP phones will be one of the many companies exhibiting at ITEXPO East 2011 next month in Miami, Florida from Feb. 2-4.

By Susan J. Campbell, TMCnet Contributing Editor
Ingate Systems has announced the availability of the agenda for the SIP Trunk-Unified Communications (UC) Summit at ITEXPO East 2011. The company is excitedly reporting that this year's event is set to be bigger than ever, with new speakers and seminars.

By Beecher Tuttle, TMCnet Contributor
At ITEXPO East 2011, attendees will have the opportunity to hear from some of the major players in the technology space, ranging from CEOs of multi-national telecom giants to founders of thriving communications startup companies.

By Susan J. Campbell, TMCnet Contributing Editor
Technology trends shape much of what we do in our everyday lives, whether in business or personal endeavors. To determine what trends will emerge in 2011, it is necessary to revisit 2010 and learn from the past. According to Carl KS Teo, president and CEO of Ecocarrier, Inc., the significant technology trends in 2010 were enterprise social networking, public and private cloud computing, 360 security, the mobilization of the workforce, and more.

By Stefanie Mosca, TMCnet Web Editor
As technology continuously changes, so do the trends. Looking back on the technology trends of 2010 and the upcoming trends of 2011, Tim Titus, CTO at PathSolutions credited the most significant trend of 2010 as the growing interest in cloud-based computing and communications, which he believes will continue into 2011.

By Gary Kim, Contributing Editor
There are six major transitions global service providers face, according to Cisco's internal management consulting group, the Cisco Internet Business Solutions Group. One of the clear trends is "video everywhere," irrespective of access method, said Scott Puopolo, Cisco vice president IBSG, during an interview. Collaboration is another of the key trends, most obvious perhaps in the business market.

By Chris DiMarco, TMCnet Web Editor
Social media is the most important development in communication from the last decade. The 90's laid the ground work for commercial interaction with the internet and prepared the world to use it on a daily basis. Social media sites like Facebook and Twitter took that willingness and redefined the way that people talk to one another and interact with the world. If the web came to full fruition in the '90s and the '00s were the decade of social media then the 2000-teens are likely to be the decade mobile adoption, and already the combination of smartphones and social networking is changing the face of commerce, communication and computing.

By Jaclyn Allard, TMCnet Copy Editor
In a recent interview with TMC's CEO, Rich Tehrani, Mark Armentrout, president of Texas Institute and keynote speaker at the Smart Grid Summit, collocated event with ITEXPO East, commented on the significant developments of smart grid in 2010. With consolidation and forward-thinking beyond basic plumbing, 2010 proved to be a good year for smart grid. Looking forward to 2011's development, Armentrout said, "The most significant smart grid development in 2010 has been the accumulation of knowledge in working professionals in our power, electronic and information industries about smart grid technologies."

By Erik Linask, Group Editorial Director
Whether you are an enterprise/SMB, service provider, or technology vendor, this conference is a can't miss event: "Anyone who is involved with or is considering a project with SIP shouldn't maybe go, they must go," says Vlasach. "This is a call to get people informed about SIP Trunking technologies, and it's worth the time to attend."

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