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Practical IP Phone Design

Practical Applications for Your IP Handsets In the last of her articles on IP handset design Snom Marketing Manager Lesley Hansen talks about practical applications including ip phone hot desking. IP phones are unique in that they were built to support IP first and telephony second. When businesses embrace the richer world of unified communications the […]

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IP Phone Aesthetics

Designing IP Phones for Beauty and Practicality – IP phone aesthetics In the 7th of 8 posts on how to design an IP phone Snom Marketing Manager Lesley Hansen talks ip phone aesthetics. Design is at the service of the user and the product functionality. In order to reach a good design, we must give […]

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6th trefor.net UC Executive Dinner sponsored by Snom

uc executive dinner is another hit Just a quick footnote re the 6th trefor.net UC Executive Dinner held on Tuesday night in London. We had 23 top industry executives signed up for the event which is by invitation only. Tuesday night’s event was held at London’s top Michelin starred Spanish restaurant Barrafina. The speaker Kevin […]

ITSPA Spring Workshop

ITSPA Spring Workshop in association with trefor.net

It’s that time of year again – the ITSPA Spring Workshop in association with trefor.net Another hand picked packed programme with something to suit all:) This ITSPA Spring Workshop is going to cover two hot topics: WebRTC and VoIP fraud. We have an exciting competition announcement and a real live voip hacking demo to look forward to. […]

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No man is an island – IP Phone interoperability explored In the fifth article of the series SNOM UK Marketing Manager Lesley Hansen talks about IP Phone interoperability. Ensuring that you make the most out of your investment is important and is often a consideration as you shop for a new phone system. Budget-conscious business decision […]

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IP Phone Security

IP Phone Security ensures IP Telephony is not compromising the business She’s back again. Guest editor Lesley Hansen discusses what needs to be considered in ip phone security design. VoIP or IP phone security is a hot topic. Security attacks continue to evolve and attackers find ever more sophisticated ways of attacking systems. VoIP is […]

Designing IP Phones for Voice Quality

Designing IP Phones for Voice Quality

Designing IP Phones for Voice Quality In the second of this week’s posts on designing IP phones SNOMTechnology AG UK Marketing Manager Lesley Hansen explores the subject of designing IP phones for Voice Quality. Voice quality is not a single thing, and it can be highly subjective. Although you can measure the voice quality of […]

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How to design an IP phone

What is involved in designing an IP Phone? Lesley Hansen is UK Marketing Manager of German SIP handset vendor SNOM Technology AG and is this week guest editor of trefor.net. This role of guest editor is one that I have introduced to bring a focus on specific themes and is an enhancement of the “themed weeks” […]

Moped wanted for movie short

Moped motorbike or scooter I’m looking for a moped to star in a video that is extremely time sensitive – has to go out before the general election. It could be a motorbike or scooter. Location London. Will explain more if you want to get in touch. Ta Tref

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Can you confirm your company name is self?

01213540949 Was sat on the terrace around the pool yesterday when the phone rang. It was a Birmingham number – 01213540949. I’m not sure I know anyone in brum and toyed with the idea of not answering. I was after all going to be paying for the international leg. I clicked on the green bouton (for […]

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Euro-IX 26 Day 2 live blogging

OK kids it’s day 2 at Euro-IX and the conference is in full swing with a packed room at the Pullman Palm Beach in Marseille. Last night was the usual humdinger with dinner at La Nautique in the Old Harbour followed by a bit of community singing on the bus and then dancing to Abba […]

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Euro-IX 26 live blog from Marseille

Euro-IX 26 comments from sunny Marseille Morning all. Trust we are bright and breezy on this fine Mediterranean morning. I am in Marseille for Euro-IX 26. These Euro-IX fora (not forums) happen every 6 months and are a great way for keeping up with what’s going on in the world of Internet Exchange Points (IXP). […]

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Samsung Galaxy S6 promo on Twitter

Samsung Galaxy S6 promo – twitter spam This one caught my eye. A Samsung Galaxy S6 promo tweet. They are everywhere. https://twitter.com/tescomobile/status/585034282181079042 I replied and got a reply back: @tref Hey Tref, what do you think of the new S6? — Tesco Mobile (@tescomobile) April 7, 2015 They obviously didn’t read my reply. I stopped […]

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Easter shutdown at trefor.net

Easter break Easter is a coming and the Davies’ are off to Paris for a few days. I’m not taking a laptop. Just a notebook and pencil (yup) so no blog posts. Just eating and drinking and, well that’s it really. Probably a few sights if we happen to be passing. I’ll be taking in […]

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Privacy International

25th Anniversary Privacy International Article 12 of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights says ‘No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home, or correspondence.’ This is the message driven home on the front page of human rights charity Privacy International who this year celebrate their 25th anniversary. Executive Director Gus […]

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Eurostar fails Hotmail fraud detection test

Eurostar email fails Hotmail fraud detection test I have a hotmail account. I don’t use it much. It gets newsletters from the golf club and the occasional Eurostar communique. It was to check the timing of a forthcoming trip to gay Paree that I came across the Hotmail fraud detection test. I like the idea […]

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Ofcom annual plan at a glance

Quick shufty at the Ofcom annual plan for 2015/16 with some comments The Ofcom Annual Plan 2015/16 is available at a glance here. Ofcom has a very wide ranging brief and one does wonder how they get anything done1 but I thought I’d pick out some bits for your attention. Promote effective competition and informed choice: […]

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Overseas call centre scammer

The return of the scam call Just had a scam call. It’s not often I’m home early enough and they typically ring at tea time. You can immediately tell what sort of call it’s going to be because they use cheapo crap telephone services over the internet. So I happened to be in a playful […]

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Cost of transit versus peering cc @lonap

Transit costs plummeting but not as fast as peering Last time I looked at transit costs I was paying something like 60pence/Mbps, admittedly only for a 1Meg commit. My habit of sharing blog posts on Facebook seems to be attracting an eclectic bunch of ads and this morning I was pushed one from Hurricane Electric […]

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ITSPA Heroes and Champions Awards

ITSPA Champions are Philip Davies MP and Jon Beardmore. Latvian EU Presidency gets members pick.  net neut Somewhat belated congratulations ot Philip Davies MP and ITSPA Council member Jon Beardmore on their winning of the ITSPA Champions category of the ITSPA Awards, held last Thursday at the Tate Modern. Philip Davies won it for his […]

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Solar eclipse drives dip in UK internet traffic @lonap

Internet traffic dip during eclipse – unusual behaviour for a big news event We saw an unusual internet traffic dip in traffic across the LONAP network this morning as presumably people downed their devices and went outside to watch the solar eclipse. I only found out the eclipse was happening yesterday as the papers started […]

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Technology Politics Round-up

Just wanted to say thanks to all for their contribution to the technology politics week on trefor.net (ok one post slipped into this week but it was worth waiting for:)). The week was a great success – we had around 200 social media shares with just short of 3,000 visits. The readership is typically  from […]

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The Politics of Digital

In this broad ranging article, Labour Party member Dave Levy talks digital policy and includes repeal of the Digital Economy Act as one of his reforms for the next parliament. The issues raised by the digitisation and virtualisation of society by the internet can be seen as broken into two classes of issue, citizenship in […]

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