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With Greater UC Acceptance Comes a Greater Need for the Intelligent Edge

With Greater UC Acceptance Comes a Greater Need for the Intelligent Edge

Author: Rosa Lear, Director of Marketing, Edgewater Networks While voice and video convergence was once a mythical goal, unified communications (UC) solutions have proven their effectiveness even beyond just voice and video. In their 2014-2015 Unified Communications, SIP, and SBC Plans and Priorities: What’s Hot and What’s Not report, Sonus...

How Network Edge Orchestration Supports the 90/10 Rule of Telecom Deployments

Author: Paul Kratz, Edgewater Networks The ever rising demand for voice, video and data services is forcing telecom service providers to move beyond traditional approaches to building their networks. Successful organizations will proactively adopt technologies and practices that enable them to scale, compete, reduce overheads and improve margins. In fact,...

In 2016, Security is Key to Increased VoIP and Unified Communication (UC) Adoption

Author: Michael Reiman Among small and medium-sized businesses (SMB), interest in VoIP is higher than ever. And fast on its heels is the growing demand for Unified Communications (UC). But even as desire for VoIP and UC grows, a surprisingly large number of SMB’s still rely on older PBX-based phone...

High-Volume, Web-Based Reselling vs. Traditional VARs: Who Needs to Manage the Edge?

By Rosa Lear, Director of Marketing, Edgewater Networks As TDM communications systems give way to the growing use of VoIP, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to maintain QoS and security and easier than ever for companies to switch services. Quality assurance is essential for any communications service provider, but your business...

No Session Border Controller—What’s the Worst that Can Happen?

By Rosa Lear, Director of Marketing, Edgewater Networks  Whether you’re a VoIP service provider or an SMB decision-maker upgrading to IP communications, you’ve likely heard that SBCs are an important piece of the communications puzzle. In an effort to cut costs, you might think of how SBC functionality can be...