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Sangoma Announces Express for Lync

Sangoma Technologies has announced a new product, Express for Lync, which allows small businesses to take advantage of Lync and Skype for business.

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Callagenix Introduces Small Business Hosted VoIP Plans

With minimal startup costs and easy setup, it's easy to see why hosted VoIP appeals to small businesses. Callagenix is attempting to make it even easier for small businesses to migrate with its own hosted VoIP service.

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MegaPath Provides Admiral Beverage with Hosted Voice and Unified Communications

If organizations don't take advantage of existing UC solutions available in the marketplace, the efficiency BYOD initiatives introduce can have low or negative ROI. This is especially true for companies that have multiple locations and thousands of employees. To overcome this challenge, Admiral Beve…

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Comings & Goings: Corrales Becomes New Senior VP, Product at ShoreTel

ShoreTel recently announced that it had named Eugenia Corrales its new senior vice president, product. Corrales has a lengthy experience working in various roles at several different Silicon Valley-based companies. Her hiring comes at a time when most industry analysts seem to have given a positive …

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The Secret of the North American IP/UCC Market is All in the Product

There's an old principle in marketing circles known as the Four P's of the marketing mix: Product, Price, Place, and Promotion. Some amp it up a bit to the Seven P's, adding Packaging, Positioning and People. When it comes to the North American market for hosted Internet protocol (IP) telephony serv…

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Voice Core Revenues to Grow to $5 Billion by 2019

Dell'Oro Group has announced in a new report that spending in voice core key growth segments will reach $5 billion by 2019.

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Frost & Sullivan Recognizes Star2Star as a Top 10 Provider in Recent Report

One of the companies providing comprehensive and scalable cloud communications solutions was just recognized by Frost & Sullivan as a Top 10 Provider for user-based market share in its North American Hosted Telephony and UCC service market report.

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PostCy Data Center Pushing SIP Trunking & DID Solutions

The development of information and communications technologies (ICT) has introduced a global marketplace in which virtually any location can be a source of competition. This means even a developing country can be a tech hub providing a wide range of services with the right investment. PostCy Data Ce…

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Comings & Goings: David Beagle to Become Fonality's VP of Channel Development

Fonality announced recently that it hired David Beagle to be its vice president of channel development. Beagle brings a strong background to Fonality with years of experience in communications as well as channel and partner development.

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Mr. SBC Blog

Why E-SBCs Will Be a Hot Topic at SIPNOC 2015
As the SIP trunking market continues to grow, network operators continuously need to be aware of the challenges with SIP normalization and creating continuity between their network and their customers network. To accomplish this, service …
Why Landline Phones Are Still Relevant to Enterprises
I read Gary’s Audin’s May 29, 2015 article in Telecom Reseller titled, “Landline Phones Still Important in the Enterprise.” Gary cites a Pew Research study that shows the importance of landline phones to the office worker and …
My Take on WebRTC Expo
Like most technologies, WebRTC burst onto the scene amid tremendous buzz. After a few years of hype, the industry is becoming more realistic in its expectations of where we’re going with WebRTC. And that’s a good thing: developers and, ul…
How to Tell if You're Ready to Deploy Converged Communications
This is a great article from eTechHelp about how UC can help drive your business. How can you tell if you’re ready to deploy? Check out the six surefire ways to know
75% of North American companies have adopted IP-based PBXs
Analysts report that 75% of North American companies have adopted IP-based PBXs, most of them supporting SIP. And for five good reasons, ranging from cost savings to preparation for Unified Communications. But SIP trunking adoption remain…