My major face-to-face project these days is the HD Voice Summit at 2010 CES on Wednesday, January 6, 2010 in Las Vegas. More specifically–
HD Voice Summit at the 2010 CES: Communicating the Future
Leap with us into the future of high-definition voice communications! Carriers around the world are starting to offer phone [...]
You’ll find three (3) pieces about HD voice from AstriCon over at the HD Connect Now website (www.hdconnectnow.org)–
AstriCon 2009: It is all HD voice (handsets) AstriCon 2009 – Dialogic talks HD voice media server From AstriCon: Rumors of AT&T running HD voice in San Antonio
Bottom line: You have to look REALLY hard [...]
Live coverage of the HD Comm ’09 event in New York City today will be coming from Twitter on HDConnectNow.
Right now I’ve got 14 (fourteen) meetings plus two panels penciled in at IT EXPO West in Los Angeles, spread across Tuesday, September 1 and Wednesday, September 2.
Tuesday, I’m moderating an IP Peering Panel from 3:45-4:30 PM and Wednesday I put on my HD hat to do “HD Voice Deployments” from 1:15-2 PM.
During the VoIP Users Conference (VUC) call last Friday, I put down my markers for the advance of HD Voice in North America, using the statements and actions of various service providers to provide context for my predictions.
The benchmarks I used were–
Cablevision’s rollout of hosted HD Voice service this summer – The [...]
There’s a 20 percent (yes, 20%) discount code available for the HD Comm ’09 event on September 15 in New York City. Register online with the “HDConnectNow” code and you’ll get 20 (yes, 20) percent off registration.
The schedule and registration for the second HD Communicatons Summit – currently known as HDComm ’09 — is now up.
HDComm ’09 is being held on Tuesday, September 15, 2009, at New World Stages. Speakers include Alla Reznick, Director of Product Management at Verizon. I’ve spoken to Alla back in June where she outlined [...]
Videoconferencing and telepresence rigs provide more information for communications options, but HD voice may prove to be the quickest and most cost-effective upgrade for businesses of all sizes.
Don’t get me wrong; TANDBERG and Polycom and all the other visual-solutions have their place in the scheme of things, but they are A) expensive B) [...]
The day started at 8 AM at the Old Ebbett Grill, the first of Jeff Pulver’s stops for his whirlwind tour of Washington D.C. as he promotes HD voice.
About 24 to 26 people showed up for breakfast, a combination of people who wanted to learn more about HD voice and those who wanted [...]
Over on Jeff Pulver’s blog, guest columnist and Pulver-cohort Daniel Berninger calls for an HD upgrade in the near-mythical communications “hotline” between the White House and Moscow, as well as other dedicated diplomatic communications channels around the globe.
Originally set up during the scary days of the Cold War, the original teletype service has [...]