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Competitive advantage is top driver for enterprises to adopt M2M, survey finds

The pursuit of competitive advantage is the number one driver for enterprises to adopt machine-to-machine services, according to a survey of IT purchase decision makers at 163 North American enterprises by market research firm Infonetics.

Cisco's BroadHop purchase should expand carrier options for mobile broadband

Cisco's acquisition of BroadHop should help the IT giant offer products to mobile carriers that will enable them to better manage and monetize mobile broadband.

Doing and knowing

by Thomas Howe Today's service providers are real "doers." From business model to world view, carriers see the world in terms of what they can do for their customers. They excel at doing things like

NXTcomm08--RAD adds IP PBX to VoIP SMB service provider bundle

Eschewing a formal press release, RAD has added the IPVgate-30 IP PBX appliance to its RVS VoIP turnkey bundle for service providers. Available in Q3/2008, the IPVgate 30 is a small form

MetaSwitch makes mashups

MetaSwitch has announced it is demonstrating mashups using its CommPortal subscriber interface with iGoogle and Salesforce.com, providing click-to-dial

MetaSwitch Makes Mashups

MetaSwitch has announced it is demonstrating mashups using its CommPortal subscriber interface with iGoogle and Salesforce.com, providing click-to-dial

Microsoft announces VoIP partners for Response Point

Microsoft has announced that Cbeyond and New Global Telecom (NGT) will offer its SIP

The ultimate E911 compliance test: Dial

One of the ongoing concerns with VoIP has been the ability of service providers to effectively deliver a 911 call to the appropriate authorities. In an ideal world a VoIP-transported 911 call should

Alameda may pull plug on municipal telecom

Nearly a decade ago, Alameda, Calif., decided it needed to provide cable TV and Internet service to its residents, believing that jumping early into the telecom industry's boom would both provide a

Moto demos CDMA/EV-DO Rev-A to LTE network handoffs

Motorola yesterday showed why Carl Icahn may have been on the right track when he pressured the company into spinning off it's depleted mobile-device division and its $1.2 billion in losses last year