ChannelVision March-April 2011

March – April 2011 (Digital Edition)

ChannelVision March-April 2011 Reports:

(24) Mobile Broadband’s Row To Hoe – by Martin Vilaboy
The rapid adoption of smartphones, tablet PCs, e-readers and other connected devices have many folks salivating over potential growth in mobile data services, but meeting demand, while fending off competition, won’t be a easy task for wireless network operators.

(30) Pack Your Trunk – by Bob Titsch
As SIP sales move toward the mainstream, most providers still pitch cost savings as the number one benefit, but a SIP trunk can be much more than a PRI replacement.  It’s also path by which a business can be SIP-enabled for all types of services.

(36) Getting Social – by Bruce Christian
IT directors aren’t getting any older. And as younger generations move into the ranks of decision makers, marketers must take their messages where these buyers reside and communicate.  Increasingly, that means social media.

(44) Touching the Cloud – by Martin Vilaboy
As cloud computing storms across the IT and communications ecosystems, some have suggested that providers of traditional communications services would get lost in the fog.  The early wave of cloud services, however, may actually play to the hand of “network services” distributors.

ChannelVision Magazine Regulars:

Alternate Views
(6) Age and attitude

Direct Feed
(8) Double-digits
(8) May in Dallas
(12) Small minds, big business
(14) VoIP Supply sees StarView
(14) PAETEC’s latest purchase
(18) P2 to resell Samsung
(18) Cox gets equipped

Data Points
(20) Numbers worth noting

In the Trenches
(93) Clear vision
(96) Getting in gear

(98) At LightSquared speed

(101) Advertiser index

March – April 2011 (Digital Edition)

About ChannelVision Magazine:

ChannelVision is a bi-monthly digital and print magazine, by channel partners selling all manner of voice, data, access, managed and business services (both on premise and “in the cloud”), as well as, technology, gear, and equipment.  ChannelVision is a highly focused and efficient way for service providers, hardware, and software companies to reach experienced channel partners targeting the small/medium business space.  Serving a controlled circulation of providers and indirect distributors of communications, network, IT and cloud-based business services, ChannelVision is telecom’s gateway to perspective on how to adapt, what to sell, and how to sell it.