Telecom


  • New VoIP offerings reflect maturing market


    VoIP Touches A New Tone
    The case for VoIP is clear: Converged networks offer businesses tremendous advantages in cost savings, greater flexibility and increased application capabilities.
  • Review: Roam With Snom M3 VoIP Phone
    The Test Center looks at the snom M3, a cordless SIP phone that frees up users from desk phones or softphones and keeps them on the company's VoIP network.
  • Best Buy Begins Sales Of Apple's 3G iPhone
    Sales of iPhone through Best Buy's 970 stores and 16 Best Buy Mobile stores will require a two-year service contract with AT&T, similar to the deals through Apple and AT&T retail stores.
  • IP Telephony and Your VAR Practice Bottom Line
    Learn to avoid the pitfalls and make hay of the opportunities in IP Telephony. This NetSeminar will discuss industry best practices for deploying and maintaining IP Telephony and more.
  • Channel Chatter: Networking
    Despite the weak economy, Juniper Networks Inc. reported a rise in quarterly profits, partly due to solid router sales and the growing momentum around Juniper's new line of EX Ethernet switches, launched in January. CEO and Chairman Scott Kriens said on a recent earnings call that second-quarter profits rose 40 percent to $120.4 million from $86.2 million in the previous year and revenue jumped 32 percent, rising to $879 million for the quarter.
  • The White Label VAR
    C.J. Ezell, president of The ASI Group, a fast-growing VAR that uses the tagline "Powering Digital Healthcare," has given his business a makeover that is a model for solution providers of all stripes. First off, Ezell said bye-bye to his entire break/fix business four years ago in order to specialize solely on the health-care market. That move had his employees thinking he was "nuts." In fact, Ezell's lead technician quit and started his own break/fix business that captured many of the 150 customers that ASI Group was serving.
  • Google Exec Moves To Friendster
    Today was a good day for Friendster -- the company picked up a former Google executive as its new CEO, and closed $20 million venture capital deal.

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