ITEXPO West 2008 Show Daily #1

itexpo-west-2008-show-daily-1.jpgITEXPO West 2008 attendance for the upcoming Los Angeles, California event to be held September 16-18 is looking great and I just can’t wait for the show to start. We are brimming with enthusiasm about this year’s event and it will truly be the World’s Communications Conference. Perhaps the most exciting thing about this year’s show is the record number of companies making news at the show. We are absolutely thrilled about this and are doing our best to help you absorb all the news emanating from the show in an easily digestible format. To that end, we have started producing show dailies which detail news from the exhibiting community.

Here is just a smattering of the news items from  ITEXPO West 2008 Show Daily #1 for your reading enjoyment:

By Tim Gray, TMCnet Web Editor. Hosted on-demand communications and rich media services company IntelePeer is pushing out its latest technology platform designed to make it easy for software vendors, service providers and Web companies to add the interactive impact of voice, video, SMS, data and other rich-media communications capabilities to Web sites and enterprise software applications – even with minimal or no telecommunications experience.

By Mae Kowalke, TMCnet Senior Editor. An ITEXPO panel will examine the business case for uniting various SMB communications systems and tools to boost efficiency and productivity while reducing communications-related costs.

By Rich Tehrani, President and Editor-in-Chief. Unified communications (UC) holds a lot of promise for transforming the communications technology landscape.

By Rich Tehrani, President and Editor-in-Chief. RT: What has been your company’s biggest achievement in 2008 so far? SJ: Ingate has seen a continuing growth in sales driven in large part by the growth in SIP Trunking adoption.

By David Sims, TMCnet Contributing Editor. Officials of Iowa Valley Community College District, which operates two community colleges and a satellite campus, say they have adopted unified communications from Avaya and a network infrastructure from Extreme Networks to link faculty, staff and students across 15 buildings located within a 90-mile radius.

By Susan J. Campbell, TMCnet Contributing Editor. The energy crisis is gaining the attention of many, from consumers to big corporations, politicians and small businesses, all are seeking ways to become more “Green” in their approach to business and to life.

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