Applications


  • Curds and the Digium Way
    Given Digium’s success with an open-source application like Asterisk, it would seem that they could have continued with that philosophy and developed an open-source-based endpoint. ...More
    February 6, 2012 By David Byrd Posted in Blog
  • Digium Introduces New Line of High-Def IP Phones
    Digium has released three models and plans to make the phones generally available in late April. ...More
    February 1, 2012 By Josh Long Posted in News
  • SIP Trunking Interoperability Initiative Introduced
    SIPconnect-IT will include a series of testing events designed to provide application developers, equipment vendors and operators a platform from which to demonstrate and test implementations of this SIP trunking interoperability specification in live, real-world scenarios. ...More
    February 1, 2012 Posted in News
  • An Imperfect Storm
    Having networks fail around the world as we are attempting to generate confidence in using cloud applications is not good. ...More
    February 1, 2012 By David Byrd Posted in Blog, Software as a Service/ Cloud Services (SaaS)
  • Beyond Coax: Selling Cableco Ethernet & Optical Services
    Beyond Coax: Selling Cableco Ethernet and Optical Services
    When thinking about selling cable, what comes to mind is coaxial service. This Internet access service is great in the right application, but lacks SLAs and cannot meet the needs for higher-bandwidth customers. ...More
    February 1, 2012 Posted in Digital Issues, Ethernet/ MPLS
  • How Do You Iron Chef?
    Cloud computing is clearly the delivery mechanism of applications for some time to come. ...More
    January 23, 2012 By David Byrd Posted in Blog
  • Toddler Has Expensive Taste in Apps
    Smartphone with apps
    A 20-month-old Oklahoma girl surprised her parents by buying $200 worth of apps from the Apple App Store. ...More
    December 29, 2011 By Craig Galbraith Posted in News
  • Forecasting Chicken, Steak and Fairness
    When ASPs like Apple and Google release new services that are expected to generate a new wave of traffic without giving notice to the carriers, this can negatively affect all network users. ...More
    December 19, 2011 By David Byrd Posted in Blog
  • Pancakes and Panned
    In addition to having a Fixed-Mobile Convergence (FMC) solution, the popularity of mobile smartphones and tablets is accelerating the need to support a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) strategy for all IT applications. ...More
    December 12, 2011 By David Byrd Posted in Blog
  • $100 Billion and Counting
    Social media sites are essentially cloud applications that are made available to all of us. How a business employs these applications or tools will determine the derived value or measure of success. ...More
    November 30, 2011 By David Byrd Posted in Blog