Alan Percy : The SIP Invite
Alan Percy
| Observations by Alan D. Percy on VoIP enabling technology, industry and our personal reach for success.

Hate Calling Companies? 10 Digit Communications Has the Answer

And that answer ironically is, not to answer - by voice anyway... If you have kids, are a kid or know kids (I...

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ZaiLab Powers the Contact Center via AI, ML and AWS

The breathtaking pace of technological innovation has meant that companies have been able to punch beyond their weight class. In other words,...

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Pareteum Lets Carriers and Companies Quickly Integrate Global Mobile Services

Abstraction in tech adds value. Look no further than portable document format or PDF for an abstraction format for documents that revolutionized...

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What's the Story Behind the Sangoma Digium Deal?

  I’ve been asked 2 main questions since it was announced that Sangoma was buying Digium.  First is “what’s the real story?”  ...

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Increasing Productivity is a key aspect of small business voice telephony solution

  There are lots and lots of features with voice telephony solutions.  It’s important not to get carried away with all of...

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The Status of WebRTC

It’s been quite a while since I wrote about the status of WebRTC.   And quite a bit has happened in that time.  ...

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Is It Possible to Outgrow an Open-source PBX?

Due to cost, many small businesses have started with an Open-source PBX such as Asterisk and FreePBX.  But once you have that...

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SIP Strategy

August 2, 2007

Best of Breed

July 30, 2007

About Me

July 19, 2007

Welcome to "The SIP Invite", a forum by Alan D. Percy to discuss SIP and a wide range of enabling technology used in creating the next generation telecommunications solutions and our personal pursuit in making the dream really come true.

For those of you that I have yet to meet, a little background about myself...

I started my career in telecommunications as an embedded systems software engineer back in 1985, developing call accounting systems and very primitive messaging systems for hotels.    Remember when we used to care about the cost of phone calls?? 

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