ITEXPO East 2011 Jan 31 Show Daily

Here is the show daily from ITEXPO East 2011 in Miami, Monday, January 31st, 2011. We look forward to seeing you this week at the Miami Beach Convention center, Hall B.


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By Juliana Kenny, TMCnet Web Editor
ITEXPO East 2011 promises to host the leading providers of communications technology in one forum with over 13 collocated events next week from Feb. 2-4 in Miami. Joining the throngs of thought leaders will be Evan Kahan, VP of Operations at Majuda, a provider of enterprise call recording solutions and quality management services.

By Stefanie Mosca, TMCnet Web Editor
ITEXPO East 2011 is only days away. snom, provider of IP phones will be one of the many companies exhibiting at the tradeshow next week in Miami from Feb. 2-4. On Wednesday Feb. 2, at 1:30PM, Mike Storella, director of business development for snom technologies will be speaking on “How Does The Traditional Desktop Phone Fit Into The Evolving Enterprise User Experience?”

By Jon Arnold (ICP), Founder, Intelligent Communications Partners
This is my last article about the Smart Grid Summit, and hopefully I can persuade a few more of you to get off the fence and make some last minute plans to join us in Miami this week. I don’t need to tell you about the nice weather, and we’ll be indoors anyway. That said, I’m not the first person to say there’s a lot more you can do with Florida sunshine than get a tan. Solar energy is big business, and we’ll only touch on that during our renewable energy panel.

By Susan J. Campbell, TMCnet Contributing Editor
There are a number of different technology trends that emerged in 2010, but perhaps the most significant was the rise of mobile VoIP from over the top players. At least that is the opinion of Kevin Mitchell, director of solutions marketing for Acme Packet.

By Stefanie Mosca, TMCnet Web Editor
For years now, industry leaders have been trying to turn the unused white space of wireless airwaves into “Super WiFi,” and as of Wednesday, this concept is closer to becoming a reality. Google announced on its blog Thursday, “Today we’re one step closer to a world with “super Wi-Fi.” In an order released yesterday afternoon, the FCC conditionally designated nine companies, including Google, as administrators for a white spaces database and outlined some important ground rules for its operation.”

By Susan J. Campbell, TMCnet Contributing Editor
Technology trends are always exciting, simply because of the impact they can have on everything we do moving forward. According to Todd Rowley, vice president of 4G of Sprint, the most significant technology trend of 2010 was the introduction of 4G smartphones like the HTC EVO 4G and the Samsung Epic 4G. Rowley recently took part in a TMCnet interview in anticipation of the upcoming ITEXPO East event. Rowley stressed there is a difference between true 4G and HSPA+ overlay for 3G. As for mobile winners in 2011, Rowley noted that application developers are already surging to the forefront of consumer consciousness.

By Susan J. Campbell, TMCnet Contributing Editor
Technology trends are exciting to watch and to better understand what trends may have had the biggest impact in 2010, TMCnet’s Rich Tehrani asked Hanna Tong, director of Business Development, Convergence Solutions, for Samsung Telecommunications America, her opinion. While Tong pointed to several exciting trends, one that was highlighted was the surge in popularity of mobile social networking on smartphones. Tong took part in this interview in anticipation of the upcoming ITEXPO East event. When asked about the impact of cloud computing on communications, Tong highlighted that it is significant for consumers and their content.

By Jaclyn Allard, TMCnet Copy Editor
The warmest greeting of course is to come during the ITEXPO East 2011 to be held in Miami, Fla., Feb. 2-4. With bitter temperatures continuing to fall and snow accumulation continuing to rise in the North, it’s a good time for a conference in the Miami sun, and 911 Enable will be there to meet you on the exhibit floor at booth No. 713. But it won’t be all fun in the sun, 911 Enable means to do business, spreading the word about 911 services and offering to conference attendees information on IP communications software, communications and collaboration application software, security, cloud-based services, virtualized systems and services, as well as unified communications.

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