- November 20, 2007
After Hurricane Katrina, the FCC ruled that telecom service providers must maintain eight hours of battery power at remote locations.
- November 15, 2007
Citing complexities, Sprint and Clearwire have cancelled their WiMax rollout agreement.
- November 13, 2007
Proper revenue assurance can help limit the amount of money lost to faulty billing systems, redundantly provided services and fraud.
- November 08, 2007
As IMS continues to mature, telecoms will inevitably switch to the standard -- someday.
- November 06, 2007
Satellite voice and data service options can be found to fill any need.
- November 01, 2007
Mobile TV rollouts continue moving forward with the major service providers, despite some daunting challenges.
- October 30, 2007
Researchers say Vonage and other VoIP providers are leaving their users wide open to serious security holes.
- October 25, 2007
The key to addressing a security risk is to look at the external factors affecting it, then analyze who will suffer the most pain for not fixing it, according to security expert Bruce Schneier. To change who will take responsibility, change the ...
- October 24, 2007
Network and computer security is challenged by increasing complexity in a market ruled by four basic economic principals rather than technology, according to security expert Bruce Schneier.
- October 23, 2007
A variety of strategies mean that independent VoIP offerings won't go away soon, even if they change form.
- October 18, 2007
Once heralded as disruptive technologies, VOIP providers Vonage and Skype are ceding ground to traditional telecom providers for consumer voice services.
- October 11, 2007
As their markets shrink, landline companies shift their focus from POTS to a more integrated approach.
- October 10, 2007
J.D. Power ranked T-Mobile as the No. 1 wireless carrier for customer satisfaction, but Verizon and regional carriers scored well too.
- October 09, 2007
AT&T's VDSL and Verizon's fiber strategies are both tailored to their markets, but both face high hurdles.
- October 02, 2007
IPv6 has become a focus for Verizon and other service providers as IPv4 addresses disappear.