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The upcoming IT Expo West in LA, CA September 1-3 will undoubtedly be stacked with several valuable sessions as always. I will be covering a couple of known subjects around a timely phenomenon - The Broadband Stimulus. The focus will be on the Broadband Stimulus and how it will potentially impact broadband VoIP deployment and use as well as investment in fiber and wireless technologies and their inevitable union.

I hope to see you there!

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Voice Control

October 28, 2008 1:41 PM | 0 Comments

The latest news from North Korea, but probably not something they want to get out on the wires, is a twist on information control. Apparently N.K. is instituting a "a clampdown on cellphone and long-distance telephone calls to prevent people from reporting on food shortages." VoIP peering, or peering at any level doesn't work so well when there are no devices to use. This would be interesting to verfiy. I wonder if a reporter could email in the story out of N.K.?

North Korea clamps down on mobile phone use to stop news of food crisis

SIP-CCESSFUL VoIP Peering Standards

August 17, 2008 11:57 PM | 0 Comments

In recent VoIP Peering news the Dutch Cable SIP Exchange successfully tested interop
between its peering system (provided by XConnect) with Nokia Siemens Networks hiQ VoIP Platform. The test was done to demonstrate the ability to bridge between ENUM and C7.This marks continuing progress for VoIP Peering which is a good thing, but it also highlights two other important factors.

1. ENUM is the primary choice for routing with C7 being the fallback


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