Integrated Services Approach is validated by the Market
Just this week, Infonetics Research reported that Cisco, who has led the industry in its transition to voice-over-IP, has now emerged as the new market share leader for enterprise session border controllers (SBC) in SIP trunking deployments.
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Tags: ASR_1000, Cisco CUBE, CUBE, Integrated Approach, ISR, ISR G2, SBC, Session Border Control, SIP, SIP Trunking, Unified Border Element
Having a lot of fun this year at Interop 2012. We are shooting and editing in a much tighter workflow so that we can publish these things same day and thank gosh! The stories are numerous and oh so timely. Follow along as I attempt to recap our first full day on the show floor.
Jim Frey recently wrote a white paper called Closing the Loop for Effective Network Operations Management and he stopped by to chat about some of the key points made.
As he describes it: Cisco has developed and introduced Prime Assurance Manager with one essential goal in mind – to provide end-to-end operational monitoring visibility, spanning data center to and through the branch, as a means for facilitating efficient operations and proactively protecting network-delivered applications and network availability, network performance, application performance, and end user experience data across both wired and wireless environments, coupled with troubleshooting and reporting features.
Jim is going to be going even deeper with an hour long seminar on May 15.
My First Cloud
Yair Dolev was our guest for the topic of ‘Intelligent Automation for the Cloud’ now in a cool starter Edition!
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Tags: API, byod, Cisco Intelligent Automation for Cloud, cisco prime, Cisco Prime Assurance Manager, Cisco Prime for Enterprise, cloud, CUBE, interop, Interop Las Vegas, Interop Las Vegas 2012, SIP, SIP Trunking, TechWiseTV
SIP Trunking sounds geeky, just think of it as savings!
I stayed close to home this past holiday season. Rather than fly across the country to visit family and friends, I ushered in the New Year with my loved ones via video conferencing. I also caught up with my older relatives who don’t have Internet access via the phone.
I have a pretty good package with my Internet and long-distance telephone service provider. But all the video conferencing and cross-country telephone calls got me thinking about how communications costs can mount for small businesses. This is especially true if your small business has separate contracts for data and voice. Wouldn’t it be more cost-effective to have all your voice and data traffic running on one line? Read More »
Tags: SIP Trunking, small business, voip