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Siemens Launches Global Partner Program

Siemens Enterprise Communications today announced at its U.K. Sales and Partner Conference the launch of Go Forward!, its new Partner Accreditation Program. Initially being launched in the United Kingdom, Australia and the Netherlands, the new model will be rolled out across all regions in January. Go Forward represents a global investment of $8.15 million, which […]

SIP Forum Creates SIPconnect Compliant Program to Address Standards

SIP Forum announced at the Channel Partners Conference & Expo the introduction of the SIPconnect Compliant program, a unique certification mark created to ensure interoperability among equipment manufacturers, software providers and service providers, as well as to promote further adoption of Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) as the standard for VoIP communications. The SIPconnect Compliant logo […]

An Open Letter to FCC Chairman Kevin Martin

By Herb Levitin, president of GoConference and FreeGoConference Chairman Martin, Time is really running out. For the last 12 months we have been trying the correct and legal way to remedy AT&Ts self help action in stopping the settlement payments to our free conferencing companies. We have spent a lot of time and money with […]

Verizon Wireless Challenges FCC Over Open Access

Verizon Wireless has filed a petition in the U.S. Court of Appeals against the FCC, to challenge open-access rules attached to the upcoming 700MHz spectrum auction. The open-access requirements are mandated for 22MHz worth of the licenses that are up for grabs in the January auction, under an FCC decision made last month. Essentially, this […]

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  Vol 21, No. 9 September 2007   SHOP TALK SUNROCKET CRASHES TMC GIVES AGENTS CUSTOMERS SPECIAL TREATMENT VOCIO TAILORS TEM FOR SMBS INTELLIVERSE CUTS CHANNEL STAFF NEWS BRIEFS PORTFOLIO HIGHER CALLING Hosted contact center solutions help agents move up the VoIP value chain. GIGABIT GOLD How agents can profit from the big bandwidth boom by […]

Open Airwaves

The FCC veered from its recent pro-bigbusiness course in July when it approved rules that will, in part, foster innovation and bring new players to the broadband wireless market. At their monthly meeting, commissioners laid out the requirements for the upcoming 700MHz spectrum auction. The bandwidth will open up in early 2009 as TV broadcasters […]

Lessons From the U.S. Open

By Peter Radizeski, RAD-INFO The outer courts have some great matches. Cheering crowds. Many languages. Tight competition. These are the hungry competitors. At Arthur Ashe Stadium on Monday night, the Williams sisters destroy their opponents quickly. In comparison, the VoIP providers and the CLECs are the competitors (at least some of them). Battling to make […]

What does SOA have to do With it?

Its hard to miss all the hoopla surrounding unified communications, especially since the biggest software powerhouse came in off the sidelines last year. Whats interesting is that unified communications capabilities arent really new, but Microsoft Corp. behind unified communications certainly is. In fact, its presence means so much that even the industrys networking leader, Cisco […]

FCC Releases Rules for 700MHz Spectrum Auction

The FCC on Tuesday veered from its recent pro-big-business course when it approved rules that will, in part, foster innovation and bring new players to the broadband wireless market. In their monthly meeting, commissioners laid out the requirements for the upcoming 700MHz spectrum auction. The bandwidth will open up in early 2009 as TV broadcasters […]

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