While nobody wants to talk about it on the record, turning up HD voice for residential customers over the existing cable infrastructure is not simple. Issue stem from legacy equipment in existing networks, compatibility issues between IP phones and even between manufacturer implementations using the same chipset.
The biggest issue is working with [...]
Seeking to make friends among the MSOs, snom (www.snom.com) is showing off its business phones for IP voice and Lync hosted solutions.
Making its first appearance here, the company is featuring (at booth 1321) its snom UC edition “qualified for Microsoft Lync” phones, including the 300 UC, 370 UC, 821 UC and Lync “optimized” [...]
HD Voice News Editor-in-Chief Doug Mohney will be at The Cable Show 2012 in Boston, on May 21-22.
He expects to be generally available for briefings from around mid-day on Monday, May 21 through the afternoon of May 22. Given his compressed schedule during the event, he is agreeable to meeting later in the [...]
What U.S. events should HD Voice News attend over the next three months?
Enterprise Connect (Late March, Orlando) CTIA Wireless (May, New Orleans) The Cable Show (May, Boston) Others
At this point, all three have some merits.
Enterprise Connect can shed more light on the rapid shift from stand-alone PBXes to hosted services. [...]
Los Angeles – At a roundtable cable CTOs, Comcast’s representative dropped a phase this publication is always looking for – “as we move to HD voice…”
Comcast EVP and CTO Tony Werner mentioned HD voice as he addressed a question as to when and how soon the cable industry might move to directly [...]
HD Voice News Editor-in-Chief Doug Mohney will be in Los Angeles for The Cable Show (http://2010.thecableshow.com/) from Monday evening, May 10 (Evening media reception) through Wednesday afternoon, May 12, 2010.
Please get in touch with Doug at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up appointments for briefings. News can also be sent under embargo before the event. [...]