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Enterprise solutions sessions are under way at ITEXPO Miami, kicking off with a panel discussion about enterprise session border controllers (ESBC). Jeff Dworkin, director of marketing at Sangoma, Alan Percy, senior director of Strategic Marketing for AudioCodes, Rob Popovic, director of Enterprise Marketing at Acme Packet, David Tipping, vice president and general manager of Sonus Networks and Dave Martin, vice president marketing at Edgewater Networks, joined together for the session titled, Why Your Enterprise Network Needs an SBC to discuss the pros, cons, challenges, deployment options and differentiators between SBCs in the enterprise market.

Service and network equipment providers use Oracle to optimize business processes, networks, IT systems and supply chains, rapidly launch innovative services and business models and build world-class customer experiences and thriving brands. Oracle solutions for communications address complex business processes to help companies speed time-to-market, reduce costs and gain a competitive edge. One thing it was missing, however, was session border control technology, a device or application that governs the way calls are initiated, conducted and terminated in a VoIP network. Until now.

Touted as a VoIP service provider that matches its next generation services with an even higher level of customer service, GLOBALINX provides a robust portfolio that encompasses wholesale services, business services and residential services alike. Whether you are looking to measure up to increasing customer demands and supply these clients with telecom services or you are just looking to start a business and need a reliable and intuitive platform that will keep you connected with employees and consumers, the company has multiple options that can go above and beyond the needs of virtually any company.

The Indian market will soon be getting a versatile and redesigned wireless modem router that is reliable, efficient and cost-effective, thanks to Edimax Technology. The AR-7186WnA/B wireless modem router has specifically been designed for the Indian market and comes with wireless 802.11n speeds of up to 15 Mbps which makes it a perfect fit for homes and businesses looking for an efficient and low cost networking system.

Acme Packet, a provider of session delivery solutions that enable the delivery of next-generation voice, video, data and unified communications services and applications across IP networks, has received 2012 INTERNET TELEPHONY Product of the Year Award from TMC, a global, integrated media company.

DIGITALK, a vendor of Carrier, Consumer and Mobile platforms and applications to wholesale communications providers worldwide, recently launched SBC VoIP Peering Release 4, the latest version of the carrier routing platform. The new version comes with features like Wholesale Billing, simple release mapping configuration to accommodate distinct carrier signalling requirements, and greater control over customer call rate limits.

Allied Telesis has announced a new member on its team, John Krieger, director of connectivity solutions.

Like so many other types of companies, communications service providers (CSPs) are looking for strong cost cutting measures that will keep them profitable in the face of intense competition and global instability. One major way that CSPs are honing their budgets is by taking expenses like software products and professional services out of capex and into opex.



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