New York, NY February 10, 2010 – Jaymie Scotto & Associates (JS&A), a premier Marketing and Public Relations firm dedicated to advancing the technology and telecommunications community, announces today that The Telecom Haiti Relief Fund, through generous donations of 16 participating companies and individuals, has raised thousands of dollars for Haitian earthquake victims and families. [...]
Archive for February 2010
Written by Allison smith. Edited by Omar Shaikh. A few years ago, I voiced an interesting project for Kodak: a self-serve photo development kiosk where photographers could process their own film by simply walking up to a kiosk, installing their film, and controlling the processing of their photos in a very turnkey way. I was [...]
Several IP communications companies such as RNK Communications, Vocati Communications and Jaymie Scotto & Associates are taking initiatives to collaborate with each other to help the Haiti people in the aftermath of the devastating earthquakes. Listen to Jim of RNK explain the missing item needed. Transcript of request: Hello DIDX members and those in [...]
GSMA Mobile World Congress Feb. 15-18, 2010 is the happening mobile conference of the month. Head to Barcelona and be immersed in exciting services and solutions. VoIPSWITCH will unveil their new VoIPSWITCH Blackberry Dialer. The world’s first to offer 85Mbps Ericsson will unveil demonstrations at the popular mobile exhibition.
Techistan interviewed Juan Mateau of Solaiemes, whose Solaiemes merges telco with web services, says it is their first important commercial marketing effort of each of the past few years because of the great opportunities it provides.
With the success of 4G Wireless Evolution co-located with ITEXPO East 2010 in Miami Beach and CTIA Wireless conference and expo scheduled for March 23-25, 2010 in Las Vegas, an interview with wireless expert Brough Turner seemed the obvious plan.
Brough Turner is founder of Ashtonbrooke Corporation. He is a consultant for to Dialogic on corporate strategy and new market development. Brough has more than 25 years of experience in the communications industry. He is the co-founder and CTO of Natural MicroSystems and NMS Communications, the second which was sold in parts in 2009. Brough blogs at http://blogs.broughturner.com/ on a variety of topics, as well as http://blogs.dialogic.com/ on technology, economic and social issues of communications at the intersection of telecom, mobility and the Internet.
Guest blogger Judi Clark covers emerging telecom and Internet issues at ManyMedia.com. She lives and blogs in Honolulu. There are many times I wish I could be in two places at once. In the case of conferences held in far away places, the time and expense needed to attend such an event may be a [...]
ITEXPO East on Jan. 20, 2010, was a dynamite conference in a fun-filled, sunshine city of Miami Beach. Graham Francis and Alan Pesatty were in the press room. Graham was preparing to give a presentation during the SIP Trunking Summit which is run by Ingate. (Listen to Steven Johnson, president of Ingate, at http://www.didx.net/podcast regarding the Summit that took place during ITEXPO.)
Alan Pesatty asked all the questions that your company might ask about the SIP School before you enroll your team to learn about session initiation protocol and the benefits of such for more effective business processes, especially in the area of telecommunications.
(Written by SOFTEC Team and edited by Omar Shaikh, Techistan) SOFTEC is an annual 2-day I.T. extravaganza held at FAST National University (FAST-NU), is organized and executed by SOFTEC Society (the largest student society of the university). Since the inaugural event in 1995, thousands have participated in the Software project competitions for undergraduate students. It [...]
and then reselling them retail or a combination of both. The second option helps CLECs to avoid buying switches, fiber optic transmission facilities or colocation facilities.Many have hinted at the fact that hosted voip providers have much in common with CLECS and in fact, could be the new CLECs.
What is a CLEC? It is a company which provides local telephone service — other than the incumbent Local Exchange Carrier (LEC). Much like a LEC, a CLEC will provide telephone service within a LATA. To handle InterLATA long-distance calls, the CLEC will connect to an IXC (IntereXchange Carrier). Quite often, CLEC’s will use the local loop (UNE-L) belonging to the incumbent Local Exchange Carrier.