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Round Table

On the America COMPETES Act, which, in part, reforms high-tech innovation policy The American economy is the envy of the world, and we need to keep it that way. Pres. George W. Bush [O]ur workforce must have the technical skills to make it advantageous for companies to keep their businesses here in the U.S. instead […]

Telecom Lawyers Show Agents How to Avoid the Courtroom

Even though its unpleasant to consider, its a reality: sometimes partners and suppliers wind up in disputes. Make sure to attend todays session to learn ways to avoid the courtroom and, if thats not possible, at least improve your chances of winning. Speakers will be Neil Ende and Greg Taylor, partners at Technology Law Group […]

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 […]

How to Ride the Wireless Wave

In The Graduate, a neighbor tells hero Benjamin Braddock, Theres a great future in plastics. Had the movie been filmed today, Mr. McGuire instead may have uttered, Theres a great future in wireless. While theres little doubt that wireless is the wave of the future, its important to get a grip on the most important […]

Palm Scraps Plans for Foleo

Palm Inc. said Tuesday it is dumping plans for the Palm Foleo, its laptop-like smartphone companion. CEO Edward Colligan announced the move on the companys corporate blog. He said the company will focus on a next-generation smartphone platform, which could include a Foleo II. The product was first announced in May, with much skepticism. Many […]

Five Ways IP Telephony Impacts Agent Dial Tone & Data Sales

By Dan Baldwin, Sales Director, ATEL Communications Inc. I just got back from the VoiceCon 2007 West Coast show in San Francisco, a show for end-user business telecom managers that want to better understand the benefits of migrating some or all of their business phone systems from TDM (time division multiplexing) voice networks to IP […]

Independent Channel Utopia

What if agents could design the perfect alternate channel organization? Id like to give it a shot. While Im not presumptive enough to think I will cover all the bases in this article, I hope my comments inspire carriers to make some of these suggestions a reality. Why me? I have been in the telecommunications […]

Securing Opportunities

Securing Opportunities The Internet has given us lots to love and lots to be concerned about. As more and more small and medium businesses begin to embrace VoIP, unified communications and other IP technologies that provide a competitive edge, theres an accompanying recognition that these companies also need resources for securing those communications beyond a […]

SunRocket Crashes

By Peter Radizeski, RAD-INFO SunRocket closed its doors this week. No notice to customers. This was a pre-paid $199 for a year (or two in some cases) of service. No refunds will likely be issued. SunRocket just hit 200,000 subscribers. It’s Gizmo hardware is not easily compatible with other services according to most notes I […]

Capital 2.0 Event Gains COMPTEL Partnership

Bringing together telcos seeking funding and the capital markets firms that have it can be a daunting task. The undertaking becomes far lighter lifting when you have a major carrier trade association aboard. xchange magazine, the creator and producer of Capital 2.0: Funding the Telco Future, has partnered with COMPTEL, whose membership includes a long […]

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