Tag: AT&T


Saying Goodbye to Longtime Industry Guru Ken Landoline

July 30, 2021

Via: No Jitter

Confucius once said, “Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life.” This quote speaks volumes when looking back at the career of my colleague at Omdia, Ken Landoline. In his time […]


RingCentral, Bandwidth Forge BYOC Partnership

July 27, 2021

Via: No Jitter

RingCentral and Bandwidth today announced Duet for RingCentral, an offering that allows RingCentral to decouple calling (UC and contact center), meetings, and messaging services from its carrier services. The new Duet service is an expansion of a decades-old partnership between […]

Modern Media, Unified communications

The Problem with Z: 911 Coordinate Challenges

June 24, 2021

Via: No Jitter

Most often, when calls are made to 911, time is of the essence. Getting a first responder to the right place in the least amount of time is the ultimate and unassailable goal for everyone involved in emergency calling and […]

Worldwide equipment

Cutting Copper? You Better Have a Plan

June 23, 2021

Via: No Jitter

As many telco carriers are decommissioning their copper cable infrastructure, end users are forced to seek alternative solutions for these services. Network managers who have a solid transition plan can find services to fit their business needs. For a bit of […]

Networks & Systems

Cisco Simplifies Services With Suite Offering, Partner News

June 8, 2021

Via: No Jitter

Ahead of a customer event today, Cisco revealed in a press release its latest bundled offering, new Webex features, and an all-in-one collaboration device. This news follows a separate announcement last week, that AT&T will leverage Cisco’s Unified Communications Manager […]

Internet, Modern Media

The Not-So-Bright Side of Sunsetting Copper Services

May 5, 2021

Via: No Jitter

The issue of sunsetting copper-based telecom services was first addressed in 2014, when AT&T announced a trial to eliminate landlines at Carbon Hill, Ala., and West Delray Beach, Fla. If approved by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), AT&T planned to stop offering […]


Wednesday Bytes: Serverfarm, Prime, Ciena, Comstar, Cato, AT&T

April 21, 2021

Via: Telecom Ramblings

One data center M&A, one build-to-suit, a network upgrade, a technology partnership, and a global enterprise win: Serverfarm has made an inorganic move out in southern California. With some help from NantWorks, they have acquired a 117,500 square foot facility […]


No Jitter Roll: Automated IVR Testing, Chat Workflow

April 16, 2021

Via: No Jitter

This week we share news around CX assurance platform updates, a web-based workflow building and management tool, Rich Communication Service messaging, backup voice service, and phone number management. Cyara Boosts Automated IVR Testing CX assurance provider Cyara has updated its […]

Modern Media, Radio and television

Kagan: What T-Mobile shutting down TVision says about the future

April 5, 2021

Via: RCR Wireless News

T-Mobile is shutting down their TVision pay TV service. So, what does this mean for their future? They have been talking about entering and changing the pay TV space for years. They thought they would be successful in pay TV […]

Internet, Modern Media

What to Do When Public Wi-Fi Lets You Down

April 1, 2021

Via: No Jitter

Mobile operators continue to trash Wi-Fi technology in an attempt to legitimize their obsession with private 5G, but I’ve decided the only story I want to hear is how the powers that be are going to make these critical elements […]