Suzanne Bowen : Monetizing IP Communications
Suzanne Bowen
37 yrs in telecom, teaching, blog & grant writing, biz development, marketing, & PR. Favorite moments in life involve time w/ family & friends, networking, IP communications industry verticals & horizontals, running, traveling, foreign languages
| 1. "Focusing your life solely on making a buck shows a certain poverty of ambition..." Barack Obama ..... 2. "One of the sad signs of our times is that we have demonized those who produce, subsidized those who refuse to produce, and canonized those who complain." By Thomas Sowell

IP Communications Education

Communications Tech Development = Code + Human Resources > Enter OpenSIPs Summit 2017 Amsterdam

March 22, 2017

A big difference between a successful communications technology corporation, startup or project and a flop is the development of the solution behind it all. Development = code + human resources. Trust, experience and knowledge are the three must-haves in rolling out new products and services that customers, user members, and investors love. OpenSIPs offers all three to assist you with your current human resources or to hire new and the code that works, that adds new and improved features as innovative developers provide.

The DID is Dead and T-Mobile Revived It

February 8, 2017

















The DID is dead? T-Mobile proves your phone number, your digits, your DID (direct inward dialing) are a hot commodity! Move over webRTC, IoT and big data. The traditional contact form is still around.















Daniel-Constantin Mierla and Giovanni Maruzzelli Talk Real Time Communications and Kamailio World

April 22, 2016

Ring, ring, ring. Or maybe no ring at all because of the power of WebRTC. Welcome! Kamailio might be at the border, an interaction point for all things SIP such as communications calls, phone registrations, and presence.

NFV Takes Data and OS Back to the Cloud - MYCOM OSI Podcast

December 24, 2015

Listen to MYCOM OSI president and CTO Mounir Ladki, who has been recognized twice by "Global Telecoms Business" as one of the leading 40 under 40 executives in the Telecoms industry worldwide. At AfricaCom 2015 in Cape Town this year, I noticed the MYCOM OSI team was always swamped with conference participant conversations, so I asked if I could record a conversation with Mr. Ladki about 5G, OTT, smart automation and analytics and other topics pertinent to communications service providers who are ready to become digital service providers. Happy new year 2016! Let's make life better than ever!

WebRTC Customer Service Benefits Retailers and Shoppers - Video Demo

November 30, 2015

"If you're shopping and need information about a specific product, and you can't find a salesperson around, scan the bar code [of the product], and it will identify what product you have and will give you information about that product. If you want more detailed information, you can press the icon. It will launch a video conference between you and a tech center...," explains MERA Software Services’ Michael Dundon during ITEXPO West 2015.

Stanislovaitis Kickstarter Campaign Proves VoIP is Not Dead

November 12, 2015

VoIP is dead? We think not because it plays an integral part in effective unified communications, Internet of things and more. Plus, "VoIP" is a hit on the Kickstarter "How to Start and Run VoIP Business" book publishing campaign. The project has already doubled its financial goal with one week to go.

Unified Communications A.K.A. Connected Work

May 5, 2015

GetVoIP shared their much-awaited "Top 50 UC Experts to Follow in 2015" list. A majority of people in my social networks online and offline have no idea what Unified Communications is nor how it can help them reach their * goals.

Recently, I explained what it is to a group of business people who are not involved in IP communications business. One of the responses was, "Oh, that sounds like Skype.

The Politics of WebRTC

August 9, 2013

WebRTC, it provides the most potential for innovation and new business on the web, some say. The web does need a B12 shot. Wired magazine tops even Popular Science, the Geekspeak and VUC podcasts, and the Tuesday, Saturday and Sundy New York Times for some of my favorite news and information. The August 2010 issue had a highly provocative cover stating "The Web is Dead."

Least Cost Routing Made Simpler and Less Secretive

May 2, 2013

Talk to anyone involved in voice over Internet or any type of telecommunications, and the terms "termination," "routes," "minutes," and "LCR" always creep in, but like the verb "creep," it traditionally seems so secretive. I have often laughed as I ask, why is it that all these face shots of beautiful young women fill Yahoo! forums, Google hangouts and Facebook pages talking about grey and white routes such as "BD PURE CLI => 0.0317$ / 2.22tk,"INDIA Gray.................. 0.0102," or "SELLING CHEAP 2126 MOROCCO AND 53 CUBA?" How do we make a choice in what seems like a totally cryptic wholesale telecom business space? Abe Haim may know.

A telecommunications veteran recommended that I interview Abe Haim, the Director of LCR Solutions, who is an expert at LCR and has been interviewed already by VoIP Users Conference.

What if All VoIP Carriers Were Connected Transparate Style?

April 16, 2013

"What if every carrier could be in direct contact with all other carriers on this planet? Sounds like a big idea ... like what do we mean by that? I mean virtually connected via rates and targets?" Eugene Nedbailo asks at the beginning of our audio interview with him about Transparate.

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