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RADCOM Integrates XML Scripting Engine

RADCOM Ltd. said Monday it has integrated a full XML scripting engine in its SIP service simulation platform. The scripting engine is the companys latest addition to SIPSim and was unveiled at Spring 2007 VON in San Jose, Calif. RADCOMs new SIPSim creates an optimum lab environment to thoroughly test carrier-grade SIP-based products before network […]

BullsEye Adds Mobility Management

BullsEye Telecom (Booth 422) announced it is taking its Corporate Advantage multilocation voice and data management suite to a new level with the addition of cellular billing and management. The new Mobile Advantage service is available to any Corporate Advantage customer with a minimum of 500 wireless devices. Corporate Advantage, BullsEyes flagship product, combines broadband […]

FIT TO BE UNTIED

Prepaid Cellular Goes Card-less Data Guard Systems Inc., which develops online business management software, has debuted its CellularManager Prepaid OnDemand platform, an enhancement to the companys CellularManager point-of-sale and enterprise management software. CellularManager Prepaid OnDemand allows cellular retailers, wholesalers and master agents to generate new revenue by selling prepaid cellular minutes, in real time, over […]

2G, 3G, 4G, Gigi?

ANYONE FINDING THEMSELVES near a television lately will have picked up on the fact that wireless companies are selling network quality as their biggest differentiator. But beyond the Its the network and Raising the bar slogans lies the reality that not all networks are created equal. In fact, most are a hodgepodge of cellular technologies […]

Multi-Tech Remote Office Helps Solve 911 Problems

Multi-Tech Systems Inc. has put together a new architecture to enable remote offices to tap into the VoIP systems at their corporate headquarters affordably and to get 911 service through those IP-based connections. The company is featuring the solution at the Internet Telephony Conference & Expo this week in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. By combining one […]

Associations Then & Now

LONG-DISTANCE THEN: COMPTEL, the result of the 1984 merger of the Association of Long Distance Telephone Companies (ALTEL) and the American Council of Competitive Communications (ACCC), expanded its focus on long-distance competitors to include local, wireless and Internet service providers. NOW: COMPTEL now represents nearly 300 service providers and their suppliers. It has acquired three […]

A Great New “Door-Opener”

By Dan Baldwin, Telecom Association President A new “black box” technology known as a PBX cellular gateway is raising small business interest and scoring appointments for distributors by helping them show businesses how to lower their cell phone bills without switching carriers. Also known by the term “fixed cellular terminal,” cellular gateways save a business […]

Rugged & RF-Ready

WIRELESS-ENABLED LAPTOPS are regarded widely by business executives as critical tools. A recent survey of small businesses attests to this trend. In its poll of nearly 1,500 small businesses, the American Small Business Travelers Alliance (ASBTA) found owners believe wireless technology is essential to their businesses. Most (80 percent) rely on wireless devices to stay […]

Prepaid Cellular Helps Agents Help Small Business Owners

By Dan Baldwin, Telecom Association President Call me crazy, but I hate cell phone slavery. After 15 years of enduring one-sided cell phone contracts with one wireless provider or another I “stuck it to the man,” switched to prepaid cellular, kept my cell phone number and learned how to make money as an agent distributing […]

Taking VoIP for a Walk

A NEW BREED OF VOIP is looking for a home with mobile users. The application offers wireless savings and new functionalities, like presence management, making for an interesting opportunity for wireless dealers and VARs. While off-portal application providers dominate the discussion for now and the reach of dualmode phones is embryonic, the stage is set […]

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