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Monthly Archives: November 2010

A new day, a new design: The multiple cost considerations behind SIP Trunking

Posted on by Pat Gilpatrick

The following is a guest post by TC2 Project Director Pat Gilpatrick, who is based in Baltimore. The appeal behind SIP Trunking is deceptively simple. Enterprises have long been interested in taking voice off the circuit-switched telephone network and onto … Continue reading

Heads up on SIP Trunking and your current contracts

Posted on by David Rohde

There are two big reasons you want a flexible telecom contract: 1. The problems you know about when you sign the deal. 2. The problems you don’t know about when you sign the deal. You know going in that you … Continue reading

Clearwire’s financial crunch hits Sprint’s WAN enterprise product hopes

Posted on by David Rohde

Two words you never want to have to mention if you’re a publicly held company are these: “Going Concern.” But Clearwire, the 4G WiMax operator that’s 54% owned by Sprint, reached that point late last week. The company had to … Continue reading