Month: March 2008

Rumor: Deutsche Telecom to Acquire Sprint

I don’t want to predict a disaster but having Deutsche Telecom acquire Sprint doesn’t make sense from the perspective of
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Communications News March 7, 2008

My editorial team has selected the following stories as some of the most important ones of the week. Hopefully some
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Jaduka’s New Products

Jaduka has a suite of new products/services which allow IP communications to enter the realm of web 2.0. The company
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Google TV Ads for Adwords

The latest industry where Google hopes to compete and subsequently keep executives at other corporations up at night is TV
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3-Way Chess

Everything seems to be getting more complicated these days. Office workers have to worry about e-mails, voicemails conference calls, managing
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iPhone Gets ActiveSync

Last summer I wrote about by trip to Redmond to visit Microsoft and more specifically my thoughts on when the
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NEC, Microsoft, HP Labs and Comcast News

I was traveling yesterday and I didn’t get a chance to communicate with my blog readers in the detail I
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Hunter Newby Leaves Telx

For those of you who know Hunter Newby, you are aware is one of the more knowledgeable people in our
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Sun Unified Communications Solutions

Sun is getting into the unified communications game with the aid of Mitel. This is great as IBM is big
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Packet8 Get’s 72nd Patent

Chalk up yet one more patent for Packet8. U.S. Patent No. 7,339,604 is the company’s 72nd patent to date. The
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