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I was wandering our normally classic office hallway and happened upon this enormous crate, 4 feet high and 5 feet long, 1800 lbs. I asked one of the engineers what was it, he said, "it’s VoIP". My god — I’ve discovered what others have sought for years, this must be it — the ultimate Ark […]Chris Koehncke
CALEA â€“ wire tapping, the stuff of mystery and intrigue within the telecom industry. Spoken in hushed tones, wildly debated in public forums and numerous vendor presentations on how they can help you solve this problem. Well I donâ€™t like it, whatâ€™s the big deal? On May 14, 2007, our right tilted government has mandated […]Chris Koehncke
Someone sent me this link to a silly Christmas elf gag, sponsored by OfficeMax, www.elfyourself.com. You basically upload a picture and get a dancing Elf using a Adobe Flash along with music and a voice-over. OK – it’s totally stupid but I had the best time with it. So what does this have to do […]Chris Koehncke
I was busy this holiday weekend deleting a bunch of useless applications that my super cool Blackberry Pearl came with. It dawned on me the feature I’m really missing from my mobile phone is ages old in the wireline world, namely caller name display. My phone can do all sorts of things, play music, […]Chris Koehncke
For almost 2 years, Iâ€™ve been loud in my support of wide-band codecs which offer a higher fidelity sound experience. My argument is that VoIP has to be about being better for the masses and who is opposed to good sound quality. A previous posting denoted that in my opinion part of the success of […]Chris Koehncke
I asked the CTO of a well known VoIP supplier what he felt the industry was doing to address issues about fax over IP. He shrugged and asked me when I was faxing back their NDA. Thanks, I appreciate the help. Over 20% of American households have a fax machine. In case you missed wandering […]Chris Koehncke