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Newfies-Dialer Founder Belaid on Voice Broadcasting, AI, Chatbots

Areski Belaid, Star2Billing CTO and founder, as well as Newfies-Dialer explains his company's services that can push a business and especially contact...

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VoIP and Coding Addicted OpenSIPs Founder Bogdan Iancu Insight

The most superb community builders are few and far between, and in the IP communications coding world, one of those few is...

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Cluecon Sponsor YTel CEO & CTO: How Voice Providers Can Leverage AI & IOT

The best conferences and exhibitions are the ones in which we have had the chance to get to know some of people...

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Future of the Multifunction Peripherals (MFP)

MFP’s (Multifunction Peripherals) take up valuable real estate in an enterprise office environment.  As the world goes more digital and more green,...

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Tesla Model X vs. Porsche 911

I recently had a chance to test drive a friend's Tesla Model X and he could not have been more enthusiastic about...

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Facebook and Google May Become Regulated Utilities

Google effectively has a monopoly in search and Facebook has one in social networking and together they have a virtual monopoly in...

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TMC Partners with MWC and CTIA on Enterprise IoT Event

We are approaching the 20th IoT Evolution event and TMC and Crossfire Media keep working hard to improve the event, show after...

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August 4, 2017

Is This the Way to Get Attention?

July 5, 2017

If you want to get a partners attention, want to know some of the best ways to do that?

  • Spam them
  • Don't use BCC. Show all the emails of everyone on the invite!*
  • Invite them to events that are thousands of miles away - in another state.
  • Be lazy.

You got my attention. I already had one go around with Convey and LSI over this.

LANTelligence's CEO on Channel and Contact Center

June 30, 2017

After a short conversation with Martin Tracey, CEO of Unified Communications Solutions Provider, LANtelligence, we decided to do an interview to share some of the points we were discussing.

RAD: The Telecommunications/UC space is changing. It is a lot different than when we both got in during the heyday of the 90s. How will these changes affect channel partners?

Do You Have Any Marketing Firms or Banks as Clients?

June 27, 2017

It was a rough day in Europe with ransonware hitting banks, airlines, utilities and other businesses. Many businesses closed early in Europe. Some businesses in the US with parents in Europe were also infected.

WPP is one of the largest advertising and marketing firms in the world.

The Next Billion Dollar Telecom Player

June 26, 2017

GTT has been on an acquisition tear lately. They bought Perseus and Giglinx in the last month. "Perseus specializes in the ultra low latency connectivity used by the high frequency trading community," according to Telecom Ramblings. The purchase price was $37.5M plus the assumption of $3M in capital leases.

The Cable Merger World Churns

June 23, 2017

There was a report that Verizon tried to buy Charter for about $100B. It was rejected for being too low.

The other rumor is that Altice which bought Cablevision and Suddenlink is looking at a nearly $2B IPO and will use those proceeds to buy Cox. But that may not happen because Charter now wants to buy Cox.

John Malone, the pioneer cable consolidator, has been all about consolidating cable, telco and wireless.

Sangoma Picks Up a Distributor

June 20, 2017

Sangoma Technologies Corporation is buying Buffalo-based VoIP Supply. VoIP Supply is a distributor of the hardware that goes with VoIP including phones, switches, headsets, et al. Apparently the privately help distributor "in fiscal 2018, will be accretive, will add over C$15m in revenue to Sangoma," according to the press release.

Sangoma is paying $3M in cash plus about another million in stock and options for VoIP Supply.

POTS and PBX

June 20, 2017

Recently on LinkedIn and twitter, home for the haters, there has been noise about the death of PBX. Toshiba and Avaya certainly give credence to that thought. However, analyst research demonstrates that PBX seats still outpace Cloud seat sales. That gets muddied by MITEL's numbers for "cloud" seats (3 million) and Broadsoft's numbers for both "cloud" and "UC".

Waiting on the Channel

June 15, 2017

Whether it is TPX CEO Richard Jalkut or other channel executives, providers are impatiently waiting on the channel to jump off selling network and start selling other things.

The products that have been launched recently sit in big buckets titled IOT, Cyber-Security, Managed Services, SD-WAN and of course UC (UCaaS, UCC, WCC).

Rich Tehrani has a nice read about AI and analytics transforming companies like Vodafone.

COLOTRAQ has a new IT Risk/Cyber-security Assessment and Planning Service.

Telecom Tidbits (Part 2459)

June 13, 2017

Some stats from 451 Research

Enterprises buy a variety of computing services from public to private along with VPS, hosting and everything in between. "It's easier for enterprises to develop, test, operate and migrate workloads across hybrid architectures when the CSP's public and private cloud code base is the same, or at least virtualized and functioning identically." However, they cannot procure this variety from Amazon or Google. They would to go to the likes of IBM, Microsoft and Oracle.

"Consumer tablet demand continues to shrink.

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