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SimpleSignal Lets Businesses Add, Delete Bandwidth

SimpleSignal (Booth 223) has added a 60-second service provisioning enhancement to its SimpleSIP trunk product. It is the first provisioning system for SIP trunking that allows customers to add/delete bandwidth on demand in seconds, not minutes or days, said Dave Gilbert, president of SimpleSignal. Coupled with dynamic voice-data bandwidth allocation, customers get the maximum use […]

NetCarrier Adds 130 Fiber Route Miles in Philly, NYC

NetCarrier Inc. (Booth 601), a communications provider for the Delaware Valley and North Jersey regions, has entered into a long-term agreement to expand its fiber backbone around the Philadelphia and New York City metropolitan areas. NetCarrier brings to the table a proven track record with our premier integrated voice and data service, called TeleFlex. We […]

TNCI Launches TNCInet

TNCI (Booth 211), a Channel Partners Conference & Expo sponsor, today unveiled TNCInet, a VoIP service for businesses. The product provides enhanced features such as unified communications, find me/follow me, IP call center beyond the PBX, and a service delivery platform for most IP applications. Businesses are able to choose the TNCInet user package that […]

eOn Unveils Business Connect

eOn Communications Corp. (Booth 710), has released Business Connect, a business-class VoIP service designed for small businesses. The hosted services feature voice mail, auto attendants, conference bridges, four-digit dialing and disaster recovery options. The product also offers unlimited local and long-distance calling plans for the United States and Canada. Extension-to-extension calls, transfers and conference calls […]

TalkSwitch: The right move for MaidPro

THE CHALLENGE With more than 80 franchise and office locations across the United States, Boston-based MaidPro has become one of the most successful home cleaning businesses around. The company holds to a clear vision: provide high-quality, reliable service, and the customers will keep coming back. As franchise locations opened across the United States, the company […]

Making Money in Wireless

The communications world is beginning to revolve around the wireless handset. That migration represents a significant opportunity for channel partners provided they are willing to make some adaptations to their business model. Fortunately, for business-to-business dealers, the investment to get into wireless is relatively low. They already have feet on the street and they dont […]

Smartphone SOS

One of the main fears dealers have about selling wireless to businesses and one of the main headaches when they do is subscriber device tech support? This is especially true as more and more businesses enable mobile workers with smartphones. As mobile phones and other devices become increasingly complex, carriers and support technicians face a […]

Harmonic Convergence

Harmonic Convergence With the hype machine cranked to max volume, businesses large and small are tuning into the promise of unified communications (UC) and how they might use this sleek new technology to put a presence-enabled portal on their desktops for click-to-call, click-to-conference, click-to-read your voice mail, click-to-Web cam, click-to you name it.

TEM: Agency Friend or Foe?

By Dan Baldwin, director of sales ATEL Communications Inc. When did managing telecom expenses for our clients become a new thing? From 1990 through 2002 I worked both as a telecom account executive and as an independent telecom agent. For 12 years I pretty much did the same thing promised small business owners that I’d […]

Ask Steve

What do SMBs Want? Ask Yankee Group analyst Steve Hilton. Send your questions to asksteve@yankeegroup.com. Please include your name, city, state and a phone number. Only first names and locations will be published. Welcome to the new PHONE+ column, Ask Steve. Ive received some great questions so far and plan to tackle as many as […]

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