Verizon Enterprise Solutions and Motorola Solutions announced they will collaborate to grow machine-to-machine connections and deliver vertical enterprise solutions with wireless data and voice. ...More
February 20, 2012 By Lindsay WelnickPosted in News
The Justice Department said the deal was unlikely to substantially lessen competition, although the agency indicated it was concerned over whether Google would use its newly acquired patent rights to squash competition. ...More
The carrier is ready to roll out the highly anticipated LTE smartphone, aimed at both the business user and general consumer, and also is enticing new and existing customers with two-for-one smartphone sales and its double-the-data promotion. ...More
Going forward, VzW is only planning to add LTE-compatible smartphones to its lineup, forcing manufacturers to put most of their focus on the new technology. Look for one of those devices, the Motorola Droid Razr MAXX, to go on sale soon. ...More
Interest in SIP trunks, SIP trunking and unified communications fell in 2011, while sales rose. The same held true for video conferencing, which was more surprising given the renewed interest in the technology. ...More
If your business is considering a video conferencing system, understanding the costs can be a challenge. In this video, Channel Partners' Craig Galbraith shares a simple way to look at the costs of an on-premises system.