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Switchvox Adds Sales Director

Switchvox has appointed Lee Miller as director of sales. Miller will lead Switchvox’s ongoing channel expansion, working directly with partners and customers to maximize their relationships with the organization, the company said. He has more than 20 years of experience in the telecom industry, ranging from working as a sales representative, to managing and recruiting […]

Fonality trixbox Appliance to be Shipped With Commercial Software

Fonality said Monday the trixbox Pro appliance, which formerly only shipped with the trixbox Community Edition software, will be offered with the trixbox Pro commercial software. The trixbox Pro appliance is tailored for businesses with five to 500 employees and can be purchased for use with VoIP, PRI, E1/T1, or up to 48 analog lines. […]

ISPhone Offers U.S. Local, Toll-Free Numbers

ISPhone, a provider of wholesale services to VoIP service providers, on Tuesday announced the availability of U.S. local and toll-free telephone numbers, or DIDs. The service lets resellers offer their customers a U.S. presence, no matter where they are based, ISPhone said. DIDs may be pointed to gateways and other devices anywhere in the world. […]

Wireless Walks in Wirelines Shoes

Those of you that were in the long-distance business for a while probably recall the pricing evolution from metered (distance-sensitive) to per-minute to free nights and weekends to friends & family to flat-rate minute buckets to flat-rate unlimited. I find it amusing that the wireless industry is now following a similar trajectory. Low-cost nights and […]

SunRocket Crashes

When SunRocket Inc. abruptly shut down this summer, the news seemed to come out of nowhere. But there were signs pointing to the young companys demise that were easily overlooked by an industry mad for VoIP. Numbers from research firm TeleGeography show that SunRockets decline was steady. Nobody really knew for sure what was going […]

Gigabit Gold

Michael Murphy has been an agent for about four years. His company, NEF (originally New England Fiber), is a small shop of five people, but it recently eclipsed $1 million per month in contracted revenue all of it from big bandwidth sales. Its definitely not the easiest road, but for us, we are not a […]

Pack a Punch

With Pure-Play VoIP resellers struggling to hang on in a market dominated by cablecos, attention has turned lately to the business model surrounding these virtual VoIP providers and the big margin punch the back-office can pack. A new crop of back-office enablers has arrived to help. Like their mobile cousins, VoIP virtual network operators (VVNOs) […]

Verizon Business to Enhance SIP Gateway

Verizon Business said it will introduce several new features in September designed to increase functionality and add choice for its SIP Gateway VoIP customers. Among the enhancements are features that will allow wholesale customers to pick specific functions that let them customize offerings for their subscribers. For example, wholesale customers will have the ability to […]

Google Mesh Makes Good

Google Inc. has announced that its municipal Wi-Fi network in Mountain View, Calif., is growing in traffic by around 10 percent each month. Its welcome news in an industry plagued with business model issues. The free service, launched earlier this year, is advertising-supported. The 12 square-mile network has an average of 15,000 unique users each […]

SunRockets Asset Distributor Sues Vonage

The company thats in charge of SunRockets assets is suing Vonage. Sherwood Partners, a company that handles tech firm liquidations, says Vonage illegally obtained, and is using, SunRockets customer list. SunRocket was the second-largest consumer VoIP provider; it went belly-up in July. Vonage says it got the list fairly, though a third-party marketing company in […]

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