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From the SIP Trunking Experts

A Three-Peat for Crexendo's Cloud Business Phone System

Winning the same award, three years running, is no mean feat. That's just what Crexendo has done, landing the 2015 INTERNET TELEPHONY Excellence Award for its line of cloud business phone systems.

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Cisco Sues HP for Alleged Breach of Contract

Cisco last week initiated a lawsuit against HP over a $58 million contract.

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SIP Trunking Week in Review: Ingate Systems, Accenture, One Source Networks

This week was positively staggering in terms of news for session initiation protocol (SIP) trunking, so much so that even I was shocked by the sheer amount of news. With all that on hand, it's going to be tough to pick out the biggest, but since it's the weekend once more, it's time to do exactly th…

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One Source Networks Makes Inc. 5000 List for Fifth Straight Year

One Source Networks (OSN) recently announced that it had been named to Inc. Magazine's list of the 5,000 fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. for 2015. This is the fifth straight year OSN has received such recognition.

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Growth Seen in Session Border Controller and IMS Core Revenues

In addition to LTE networks being deployed to about 98 percent of the U.S., the rest of the world is quickly following suit as China and India are continuing their deployments. We are also seeing faster and more reliable Internet connections being established on a global level.

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IHS Infonetics' SIP Trunking Scorecard Shows Both Stability and Change

When it comes to session initiation protocol (SIP) trunking, there are no shortage of options, and that can make choosing a provider difficult. That's where things like the IHS Infonetics SIP Trunking North American Service Provider Scorecard can come in handy, and with new portions of the study rel…

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Google Hangouts 4.0 Adds More Calling Features and a New Look

With WhatsApp as one of the clear leaders in the market, Google Hangouts 4.0 has introduced new features to keep up.

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Voxbone Gains Sponsorship from Vitruvian, Continues Growth in Cloud Communications Market

Voxbone, a provider of cloud-based Voice over IP (VoIP) services, is rapidly expanding its presence in the cloud communications market with sponsorship from Vitruvian Partners LLP, a European independent private equity firm focused on supporting innovative companies that flourish in industries rife …

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Accenture Announces New Analytics Applications for Telcos

Accenture announced late last week that the company is launching five advanced analytics applications that will aid customers that are operating in the telecommunications industry. These applications will enable customers to make smarter, data-driven decisions-and they will be able to do so without …

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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 …
6/17/2015
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 …
6/3/2015
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…
5/19/2015
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  http://bit.ly/1bi8VGv
4/30/2015
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…
3/31/2015