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Don’t Blindly Buy SIP Trunking From Your Incumbent Telco

Jun 19, 2014 - Articles by

It wasn’t so long ago that AT&T and Verizon would stall on selling you SIP Trunking until they finally realized you weren’t kidding and they had to hustle to make sure you actually bought their SIP Trunking service, not somebody else’s. Now it’s a different world. AT&T and Verizon are […]

Negotiating Private Cloud Transactions

Apr 7, 2014 - Articles by

Stiff competition and cloud providers’ eagerness to sell services allow enterprises to negotiate best-in-class transactions and obtain market leading services. Private cloud installations are an increasingly common component of enterprises’ data center strategies. They complement traditional data center infrastructure and public cloud services (such as Amazon Web Services, Google Compute […]

Enterprise Sourcing of SIP Trunking Services

Feb 12, 2014 - Articles by

Over the last few years, large enterprises have begun to reap the benefits of moving from “traditional” TDM technology – PBX trunks and the like – to SIP trunking for voice services. SIP, if anyone doesn’t know it by now, is basically a way to provide voice as an application […]

Thinking About Buying a M2M Solution or Developing Your Own?

Mar 5, 2013 - Articles by

The International Consumer Electronics Show may have ended on January 11, but the excitement it generated while showcasing the potential uses of machine-to-machine (“M2M”) devices continues to be felt. Vendors displayed a host of new M2M solutions at CES. Two examples include a wearable device that can call an ambulance […]

Nothing Changes a Telecom Deal Like a Merger or Acquisition

Jan 27, 2013 - Articles by

The forces of change are always at work as technology advances and markets fluctuate. But sudden and wrenching transformations are more commonly brought about by a “change event”–a merger, acquisition or divestiture (“M.A.D.”). In the third quarter of 2012, merger and acquisition activity in the U.S. was approximately $195 billion. When […]