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End UserinternetLegalnet neutrality

Consumer Rights and Net Neutrality

By: Peter Farmer | Monday, 1 September, 2014

Consumer Rights is a far less toxic term than Net Neutrality. I’ve previously written for Trefor.Net on the subject of Net Neutrality and what it means to members of the VoIP community. And I think it’s high time for an update, but this time considering consumer rights. After a promising start the European Union went off the rails, passing...

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VoIP not working over your broadband connection? We may have the explanation.

By: Trefor Davies | Monday, 19 May, 2014

VoIP over broadband not working? It may be the router. Routers provided by some major ISPs are preventing their customers from using VOIP services such as Skype. For some time now members of the Internet Telephony Service Providers Association have been keeping a list of routers through which VoIP doesn’t appear to work. The routers themselves include functionality or elements of...

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Net Neutrality and Telephony

By: Rob Pickering | Thursday, 8 May, 2014

Net neutrality and VoIP telephony – thorny issues the industry needs to negotiate Trefor.net welcomes “VoIP Week” contributor Rob Pickering, CEO of ipcortex. Most folks who work in the VoIP industry have at some point been subject to a casual horror story from a new acquaintance about evil VoIP and how they tried it once and that it nearly...

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BusinessEnd UserofcomRegsvoip

A VoIP Spring

By: Peter Farmer | Thursday, 8 May, 2014

A regular trefor.net contributor, Peter Farmer is the Commercial and Regulatory Manager at Gamma, as well as an ITSPA Council member and Chair of ITSPA Regulatory Committee.  We are pleased to present his “VoIP Week” post. So, Trefor asked me to approach an article for “VoIP Week” from a commercial perspective as opposed to regulatory…. took me a while, but sunstroked approaching...

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Businessmobile connectivityofcomRegs

Orange avoids banana skin – Ts & Cs changed to allow VoIP

By: Trefor Davies | Monday, 25 November, 2013

EE subsidiary Orange appears to have avoided a slippery situation by amending its terms and condition for mobile internet use The pic below is a screenshot of a YouTube video ad published by EE on July 31st 2013 to push Orange PAYG mobile. It majors on the fact that you get “a shed load of data” (1GB) when you...

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Businessvoip

Tickets available for ITSPA Christmas Dinner

By: Trefor Davies | Wednesday, 20 November, 2013

The build up for Christmas has begun. Well it starts to build up in our house in January as Anne buys up cheap Christmas cards and wrapping paper in the sales. Nevertheless it really is building up now. With that in mind ITSPA is for the first time having a Christmas lunch sponsored by Magrathea. 5th December 2013 The...

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4gbroadbandBusinessmobile connectivityvoip

4G as fixed broadband replacement? – successful case study

By: Trefor Davies | Wednesday, 30 October, 2013

4g broadband can be used as a replacement for a fixed broadband service Blog reader Mitch left a comment about how he now uses VoIP over a 4G line that has replaced his fixed broadband connection.  His broadband had always been rubbish and 4G is now giving him speeds as fast as fibre broadband. I asked if he would...

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Businessvoip

Mobile VoIP client is a no brainer when travelling abroad

By: Trefor Davies | Tuesday, 29 October, 2013

This is an out and out advert for mobile VoIP services. If you haven’t already noticed I  am in Helsinki at the moment. My phone won’t pick up a mobile service. Bit irritating but not the end of the world. I dropped my wife an email letting her know I missed her already but she was probably not going to...

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broadbandBusinessUC

USA market for VoIP 3 years ahead of the UK #8×8

By: Trefor Davies | Monday, 7 October, 2013

Availability of high speed broadband has driven the market for hosted VoIP telephony in the USA which is 3 years ahead of the UK. Had dinner last week with Huw Rees, VP Business Development of 8×8. If you don’t know them, 8×8 are the largest provider of Over The Top VoIP services in the USA with over half a million...

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Businessvoip

VoIP for small businesses market seems to be on the move

By: Trefor Davies | Monday, 10 June, 2013

Just been on my periodic stroll round the business. You know how it goes. Checking up on everyone. Making sure backs are bent, brows sweaty and I can hear the scratching of quill pens telling me they are all scribbling away working hard. We give some of the staff telephones and computers because some of our customers expect it....

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ArchivedBusiness

What’s in an award? Timico is 3x finalist in ISPAs

By: Trefor Davies | Thursday, 16 May, 2013

Earlier this year I spent an appreciable chunk of my life filling out awards entries. Three of them were for the ISPAs. Google it. These awards entries have pretty strict entry criteria and very fixed number of words that you are allowed to use. Not nearly enough space to adequately cover how great you are at what you do....

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Businessvoip

Dinner debate on future of VoIP – Manchester

By: Trefor Davies | Friday, 26 April, 2013

I’m in Manchester on Monday night hosting a dinner for our wholesale subsidiary Newnet. I have room for a couple more resellers who may be attending the Convergence Summit North event the next day. If you fancy coming along it’s in a nice restaurant natch and should be an informative debate. I don’t have a theme other than what’s...

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Engineernuisance calls and messagesofcomvoip

Nuisance calls

By: Trefor Davies | Thursday, 14 March, 2013

At last week’s ITSPA Council meeting we discussed nuisance calls. This post on on the subject was written by Pete Farmer, writing in a personal capacity. Pete is the Commercial and Regulatory Manager for Gamma  a wholesale supplier of telecoms services. Pete is a colleague on the ITSPA Council  and chairs their Regulatory Committee. His contact details can be found...

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Businesssecurityvoip

How to make your VoIP secure #fraud

By: Trefor Davies | Thursday, 24 January, 2013

It’s a pretty simple process to set up your own VoIP phone system. Google “free VoIP server” and you will find links to 3CX or Asterisk. Download their free software and install it on a computer in your office. Sign up for a few SIP trunks from an Internet Telephony Service Provider (eg Timico) and you can be up...

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EngineerUCvoip

S3 SBC, rhymes with VoIP, Securitee – Session Border Controller @Genband @Timico

By: Trefor Davies | Wednesday, 9 January, 2013

Yesterday I wrote about our new mobile VoIP App for the iPhone. This included a link to a press release issued by Genband, our VoIP infrastructure partner. That release covered more than just the mobile VoIP iPhone App. It is a bit of an overall solution release but an important bit covers our acquisition of the Genband S3 Session...

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Timico mobile VoIP app now available on Apple App Store

By: Trefor Davies | Tuesday, 8 January, 2013

I started to look at mobile VoIP clients a good 8 or 9 years ago. At the time the handsets were near enough useless – battery life was rubbish and the processors lacked the oomph to properly run a SIP user agent. The advent of the modern day smart phone has changed all this, together with years of development...

0
broadbandBusinessmedia

I could have leant upon that coppice gate – Thomas Hardy and homeworking

By: Trefor Davies | Wednesday, 12 December, 2012

Broadband for working from home avoids long commute. Took me an hour and ten minutes to get in to work this morning. That’s twice as long as usual – broken down tanker on the A46. Walking in to the office I felt a bit like the Reggie Perrin of old – “20 minutes late, frozen points at Clapham Junction”....

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ArchivedBusiness

Looking for 3rd line VoIP engineer – can you help?

By: Trefor Davies | Thursday, 27 September, 2012

I’m looking for a 3rd line support VoIP engineer based in the Newark NOC. If you know anyone who might be interested or are interested yourself can you please drop me a line? Ta Tref

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Businessvoip

And the winner is… yay Timico #ITSPA Awards

By: Trefor Davies | Thursday, 22 March, 2012

Last night at the House of Commons Timico was presented with the ITSPA Award for best ITSP serving the Enterprise market. This is very exciting. Not only was the HoC a fantastic backdrop for the event but the winning of the Award is a great reward for all the hard work the Timico team has put in over a...

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broadbandBusinessUCvoip

Broadband Life: No Business Like Snow Business

By: Trefor Davies | Friday, 3 February, 2012

You are looking at a disappointed man. Wha!  How can this be?  Surely not you Tref I hear you say? Yes yes disappointed What’s up?  We have had a very light smattering of snow. I like snow. Snow, for the most part, makes the place look pretty and means I can wrap up cosily in front of a roaring...

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Businessmobile connectivitynet neutralityofcomvoip

@EdVaizey reschedules #NetNeutrality Roundtable and ITSPA publishes detailed evidence on Mobile Network Operator bad practice

By: Trefor Davies | Thursday, 26 January, 2012

A Ministerial Roundtable on Net Neutrality had been scheduled for 24th January (ie yesterday) with  Internet Minister Ed Vaizey and the major fixed and mobile operators due to attend. EV is expecting industry to produce a voluntary code of practice in respect of Net Neutrality. In the run up to the meeting and following individual discussions with some of...

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Businessmobile connectivityNetphones

Roll up, roll up, get yer acronyms here #MAM #MDM #CoIT #BYOD #MPLS #VoIP

By: Trefor Davies | Wednesday, 19 October, 2011

Being a progressive high technology company we have a department that is dedicated to coming up with new acronyms. Ok that’s not an entirely fair description of the marketing department – engineering also does it We have been upping the ante on mobile products in the last year or so.  The mobile world is rapidly moving on from merely...

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Businessvoip

SIP Trunks go mainstream

By: Trefor Davies | Friday, 16 September, 2011

I went to my first VoIP meeting in (as far as I can remember) the summer of 1999. It was a pulver.com “Executive Retreat” located at the ETSI HQ in Sophia-Antipolis near Cannes in the South of France. It’s a tough life but someone has to live it. Since then we have been through a couple of recessions and...

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EngineerofcomRegsvoip

Ofcom study into location determining of VoIP callers to emergency Services

By: Trefor Davies | Tuesday, 12 April, 2011

Consultants Analysys Mason are conducting a study on behals of Ofcom into determining the location of Voice over IP callers making calls to emergency services. It is is easy to determine the location of a caller is in the old fixed line world because a phone number is recorded based on the location of a piece of copper “plugged”...

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broadbandBusinessUCvoip

The View from My Window is All White #uksnow #voip

By: Trefor Davies | Thursday, 2 December, 2010

With snow being today’s theme I thought I’d stick some pictures up.  The header photo (click to enlarge) is the view from my upstairs landing window into our back garden.  The kids were off yesterday and trashed the pristine snow. I was chairing a panel session at the ISPA conference in London.  The show must go on. The conference was...

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Businessvoip

VoIP number porting – telecom industry needs to sort it out

By: Trefor Davies | Tuesday, 26 October, 2010

VoIP number porting as a problem has been brought to the fore this year as Cable & Wireless and Tesco closed down their services. In the case of the former it was the service of one of its acquired businesses and Tesco were let down by Australian provider Freshtel who retrenched to their home market. Both sets of customers...

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BusinessUCvoip

ITSPA Awards move to BT Tower in 2011

By: Trefor Davies | Friday, 22 October, 2010

I was at a busy IP Expo yesterday for an Internet Telephony Service Providers’ Association (ITPSA) council meeting and launch of the ITSPA 2011 Awards. ITSPA is sponsoring sister event UC Expo which is being held at Olympia on 8/9 March 2011. The ITSPA Awards have attracted growing interest in the VoIP community since their inception 3 years ago. We have traditionally held...

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Businessvoip

ITSPA event just two weeks to go #VoIP #polycom #microsoft

By: Trefor Davies | Wednesday, 30 June, 2010

It’s only two weeks to the Internet Telephony Service Providers’ Association (ITSPA) Summer Forum due to take place on Tuesday 13th July at the Polycom offices, Old Broad Street, London. These events, chaired by yours truly, have become “must attend” occasions for ITSPs in the UK. On this occasion we have a Keynote Speech from Microsoft, an update from...

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Businessvoip

Sonus Networks SBCs and the South of France

By: Trefor Davies | Friday, 18 June, 2010

It either makes me feel old or says how long I’ve been in the VoIP business when I say that I first met the founder of Sonus Networks, Ruben Gruber at a Pulver.com Executive Retreat in the South of France in 1998. I don’t think they even had a product at that time. Sonus was Ruben Gruber’s 13th startup. 11...

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Businessvoip

#VoIP SNOM #SIP and the Football #WorldCup

By: Trefor Davies | Friday, 18 June, 2010

When I first started looking at SNOM phones, perhaps 9 years ago, they were not very impressive. The handset was easy to knock off its cradle and the voice was tinny. The phone firmware was impressive and the fact that SNOM was a very early runner in the SIP market is to their great credit.  SNOM is an entrepreneurial business....

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    End UserinternetLegalnet neutrality

    Consumer Rights and Net Neutrality

    By: Peter Farmer | Monday, 1 September, 2014

    Consumer Rights is a far less toxic term than Net Neutrality. I’ve previously written for Trefor.Net on the subject of Net Neutrality and what it means to members of the VoIP community. And I think it’s high time for an update, but this time considering consumer rights. After a promising start the European Union went off the rails, passing...

    0
    broadbandEngineernet neutralityvoip

    VoIP not working over your broadband connection? We may have the explanation.

    By: Trefor Davies | Monday, 19 May, 2014

    VoIP over broadband not working? It may be the router. Routers provided by some major ISPs are preventing their customers from using VOIP services such as Skype. For some time now members of the Internet Telephony Service Providers Association have been keeping a list of routers through which VoIP doesn’t appear to work. The routers themselves include functionality or elements of...

    0
    broadbandBusinessbusiness applicationsinternetnet neutralitypeeringvoip

    Net Neutrality and Telephony

    By: Rob Pickering | Thursday, 8 May, 2014

    Net neutrality and VoIP telephony – thorny issues the industry needs to negotiate Trefor.net welcomes “VoIP Week” contributor Rob Pickering, CEO of ipcortex. Most folks who work in the VoIP industry have at some point been subject to a casual horror story from a new acquaintance about evil VoIP and how they tried it once and that it nearly...

    0
    BusinessEnd UserofcomRegsvoip

    A VoIP Spring

    By: Peter Farmer | Thursday, 8 May, 2014

    A regular trefor.net contributor, Peter Farmer is the Commercial and Regulatory Manager at Gamma, as well as an ITSPA Council member and Chair of ITSPA Regulatory Committee.  We are pleased to present his “VoIP Week” post. So, Trefor asked me to approach an article for “VoIP Week” from a commercial perspective as opposed to regulatory…. took me a while, but sunstroked approaching...

    0
    Businessmobile connectivityofcomRegs

    Orange avoids banana skin – Ts & Cs changed to allow VoIP

    By: Trefor Davies | Monday, 25 November, 2013

    EE subsidiary Orange appears to have avoided a slippery situation by amending its terms and condition for mobile internet use The pic below is a screenshot of a YouTube video ad published by EE on July 31st 2013 to push Orange PAYG mobile. It majors on the fact that you get “a shed load of data” (1GB) when you...

    0
    Businessvoip

    Tickets available for ITSPA Christmas Dinner

    By: Trefor Davies | Wednesday, 20 November, 2013

    The build up for Christmas has begun. Well it starts to build up in our house in January as Anne buys up cheap Christmas cards and wrapping paper in the sales. Nevertheless it really is building up now. With that in mind ITSPA is for the first time having a Christmas lunch sponsored by Magrathea. 5th December 2013 The...

    0
    4gbroadbandBusinessmobile connectivityvoip

    4G as fixed broadband replacement? – successful case study

    By: Trefor Davies | Wednesday, 30 October, 2013

    4g broadband can be used as a replacement for a fixed broadband service Blog reader Mitch left a comment about how he now uses VoIP over a 4G line that has replaced his fixed broadband connection.  His broadband had always been rubbish and 4G is now giving him speeds as fast as fibre broadband. I asked if he would...

    0
    Businessvoip

    Mobile VoIP client is a no brainer when travelling abroad

    By: Trefor Davies | Tuesday, 29 October, 2013

    This is an out and out advert for mobile VoIP services. If you haven’t already noticed I  am in Helsinki at the moment. My phone won’t pick up a mobile service. Bit irritating but not the end of the world. I dropped my wife an email letting her know I missed her already but she was probably not going to...

    0
    broadbandBusinessUC

    USA market for VoIP 3 years ahead of the UK #8×8

    By: Trefor Davies | Monday, 7 October, 2013

    Availability of high speed broadband has driven the market for hosted VoIP telephony in the USA which is 3 years ahead of the UK. Had dinner last week with Huw Rees, VP Business Development of 8×8. If you don’t know them, 8×8 are the largest provider of Over The Top VoIP services in the USA with over half a million...

    0
    Businessvoip

    VoIP for small businesses market seems to be on the move

    By: Trefor Davies | Monday, 10 June, 2013

    Just been on my periodic stroll round the business. You know how it goes. Checking up on everyone. Making sure backs are bent, brows sweaty and I can hear the scratching of quill pens telling me they are all scribbling away working hard. We give some of the staff telephones and computers because some of our customers expect it....

    0
    ArchivedBusiness

    What’s in an award? Timico is 3x finalist in ISPAs

    By: Trefor Davies | Thursday, 16 May, 2013

    Earlier this year I spent an appreciable chunk of my life filling out awards entries. Three of them were for the ISPAs. Google it. These awards entries have pretty strict entry criteria and very fixed number of words that you are allowed to use. Not nearly enough space to adequately cover how great you are at what you do....

    0
    Businessvoip

    Dinner debate on future of VoIP – Manchester

    By: Trefor Davies | Friday, 26 April, 2013

    I’m in Manchester on Monday night hosting a dinner for our wholesale subsidiary Newnet. I have room for a couple more resellers who may be attending the Convergence Summit North event the next day. If you fancy coming along it’s in a nice restaurant natch and should be an informative debate. I don’t have a theme other than what’s...

    0
    Engineernuisance calls and messagesofcomvoip

    Nuisance calls

    By: Trefor Davies | Thursday, 14 March, 2013

    At last week’s ITSPA Council meeting we discussed nuisance calls. This post on on the subject was written by Pete Farmer, writing in a personal capacity. Pete is the Commercial and Regulatory Manager for Gamma  a wholesale supplier of telecoms services. Pete is a colleague on the ITSPA Council  and chairs their Regulatory Committee. His contact details can be found...

    0
    Businesssecurityvoip

    How to make your VoIP secure #fraud

    By: Trefor Davies | Thursday, 24 January, 2013

    It’s a pretty simple process to set up your own VoIP phone system. Google “free VoIP server” and you will find links to 3CX or Asterisk. Download their free software and install it on a computer in your office. Sign up for a few SIP trunks from an Internet Telephony Service Provider (eg Timico) and you can be up...

    0
    EngineerUCvoip

    S3 SBC, rhymes with VoIP, Securitee – Session Border Controller @Genband @Timico

    By: Trefor Davies | Wednesday, 9 January, 2013

    Yesterday I wrote about our new mobile VoIP App for the iPhone. This included a link to a press release issued by Genband, our VoIP infrastructure partner. That release covered more than just the mobile VoIP iPhone App. It is a bit of an overall solution release but an important bit covers our acquisition of the Genband S3 Session...

    0
    Engineermobile connectivityvoipvoip hardware

    Timico mobile VoIP app now available on Apple App Store

    By: Trefor Davies | Tuesday, 8 January, 2013

    I started to look at mobile VoIP clients a good 8 or 9 years ago. At the time the handsets were near enough useless – battery life was rubbish and the processors lacked the oomph to properly run a SIP user agent. The advent of the modern day smart phone has changed all this, together with years of development...

    0
    broadbandBusinessmedia

    I could have leant upon that coppice gate – Thomas Hardy and homeworking

    By: Trefor Davies | Wednesday, 12 December, 2012

    Broadband for working from home avoids long commute. Took me an hour and ten minutes to get in to work this morning. That’s twice as long as usual – broken down tanker on the A46. Walking in to the office I felt a bit like the Reggie Perrin of old – “20 minutes late, frozen points at Clapham Junction”....

    0
    ArchivedBusiness

    Looking for 3rd line VoIP engineer – can you help?

    By: Trefor Davies | Thursday, 27 September, 2012

    I’m looking for a 3rd line support VoIP engineer based in the Newark NOC. If you know anyone who might be interested or are interested yourself can you please drop me a line? Ta Tref

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    Businessvoip

    And the winner is… yay Timico #ITSPA Awards

    By: Trefor Davies | Thursday, 22 March, 2012

    Last night at the House of Commons Timico was presented with the ITSPA Award for best ITSP serving the Enterprise market. This is very exciting. Not only was the HoC a fantastic backdrop for the event but the winning of the Award is a great reward for all the hard work the Timico team has put in over a...

    0
    broadbandBusinessUCvoip

    Broadband Life: No Business Like Snow Business

    By: Trefor Davies | Friday, 3 February, 2012

    You are looking at a disappointed man. Wha!  How can this be?  Surely not you Tref I hear you say? Yes yes disappointed What’s up?  We have had a very light smattering of snow. I like snow. Snow, for the most part, makes the place look pretty and means I can wrap up cosily in front of a roaring...

    0
    Businessmobile connectivitynet neutralityofcomvoip

    @EdVaizey reschedules #NetNeutrality Roundtable and ITSPA publishes detailed evidence on Mobile Network Operator bad practice

    By: Trefor Davies | Thursday, 26 January, 2012

    A Ministerial Roundtable on Net Neutrality had been scheduled for 24th January (ie yesterday) with  Internet Minister Ed Vaizey and the major fixed and mobile operators due to attend. EV is expecting industry to produce a voluntary code of practice in respect of Net Neutrality. In the run up to the meeting and following individual discussions with some of...

    0
    Businessmobile connectivityNetphones

    Roll up, roll up, get yer acronyms here #MAM #MDM #CoIT #BYOD #MPLS #VoIP

    By: Trefor Davies | Wednesday, 19 October, 2011

    Being a progressive high technology company we have a department that is dedicated to coming up with new acronyms. Ok that’s not an entirely fair description of the marketing department – engineering also does it We have been upping the ante on mobile products in the last year or so.  The mobile world is rapidly moving on from merely...

    0
    Businessvoip

    SIP Trunks go mainstream

    By: Trefor Davies | Friday, 16 September, 2011

    I went to my first VoIP meeting in (as far as I can remember) the summer of 1999. It was a pulver.com “Executive Retreat” located at the ETSI HQ in Sophia-Antipolis near Cannes in the South of France. It’s a tough life but someone has to live it. Since then we have been through a couple of recessions and...

    0
    EngineerofcomRegsvoip

    Ofcom study into location determining of VoIP callers to emergency Services

    By: Trefor Davies | Tuesday, 12 April, 2011

    Consultants Analysys Mason are conducting a study on behals of Ofcom into determining the location of Voice over IP callers making calls to emergency services. It is is easy to determine the location of a caller is in the old fixed line world because a phone number is recorded based on the location of a piece of copper “plugged”...

    0
    broadbandBusinessUCvoip

    The View from My Window is All White #uksnow #voip

    By: Trefor Davies | Thursday, 2 December, 2010

    With snow being today’s theme I thought I’d stick some pictures up.  The header photo (click to enlarge) is the view from my upstairs landing window into our back garden.  The kids were off yesterday and trashed the pristine snow. I was chairing a panel session at the ISPA conference in London.  The show must go on. The conference was...

    0
    Businessvoip

    VoIP number porting – telecom industry needs to sort it out

    By: Trefor Davies | Tuesday, 26 October, 2010

    VoIP number porting as a problem has been brought to the fore this year as Cable & Wireless and Tesco closed down their services. In the case of the former it was the service of one of its acquired businesses and Tesco were let down by Australian provider Freshtel who retrenched to their home market. Both sets of customers...

    0
    BusinessUCvoip

    ITSPA Awards move to BT Tower in 2011

    By: Trefor Davies | Friday, 22 October, 2010

    I was at a busy IP Expo yesterday for an Internet Telephony Service Providers’ Association (ITPSA) council meeting and launch of the ITSPA 2011 Awards. ITSPA is sponsoring sister event UC Expo which is being held at Olympia on 8/9 March 2011. The ITSPA Awards have attracted growing interest in the VoIP community since their inception 3 years ago. We have traditionally held...

    0
    Businessvoip

    ITSPA event just two weeks to go #VoIP #polycom #microsoft

    By: Trefor Davies | Wednesday, 30 June, 2010

    It’s only two weeks to the Internet Telephony Service Providers’ Association (ITSPA) Summer Forum due to take place on Tuesday 13th July at the Polycom offices, Old Broad Street, London. These events, chaired by yours truly, have become “must attend” occasions for ITSPs in the UK. On this occasion we have a Keynote Speech from Microsoft, an update from...

    0
    Businessvoip

    Sonus Networks SBCs and the South of France

    By: Trefor Davies | Friday, 18 June, 2010

    It either makes me feel old or says how long I’ve been in the VoIP business when I say that I first met the founder of Sonus Networks, Ruben Gruber at a Pulver.com Executive Retreat in the South of France in 1998. I don’t think they even had a product at that time. Sonus was Ruben Gruber’s 13th startup. 11...

    0
    Businessvoip

    #VoIP SNOM #SIP and the Football #WorldCup

    By: Trefor Davies | Friday, 18 June, 2010

    When I first started looking at SNOM phones, perhaps 9 years ago, they were not very impressive. The handset was easy to knock off its cradle and the voice was tinny. The phone firmware was impressive and the fact that SNOM was a very early runner in the SIP market is to their great credit.  SNOM is an entrepreneurial business....

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