I'm in a good mood today.Not only is it my birthday, but our little corner of the world was written up in the Hot Sites section of USAToday.
Russell Shaw's blog describes the emerging world of converged content, plus the Internet and mobile carriers, devices and services that sell and distribute this content to enterprises and consumers.
Unless you ride the subway in New York, Philadelphia or Boston, you may not be aware of the Metro newspapers. These are free papers given out five mornings a week to straphangers in those cities.
I've just signed up forfor AT&T's IP-centricCallVantage Service. Upon completion of sign-up,abrowser window popped-up that detailed several key 911-related service issues.
In some quarters, IPv6 does not get as much notice as it deserves. But not if the North American IPv6 Task Force has anything to say about it.
The AMBER Alert system is a notification system that can let the public know when a child has been abducted and is missing. Distributed by email, electronic highway signs and broadcast television, it is named after nine-year-old Amber Hagerman, who was abducted and murdered in Texas back in 1996.
When SBC even whispers, their corporate girth automatically confers a roar.But when they do roar, it can be industry-transforming.
Marlborough, Mass.-based 3Com (had to cover my butt on that title right quick) is shipping a new edition of its 3Com NBX V3000 IP platform.
Title of this entry owes so much to The Clash. We all do.
BBC News reports that BT Groupwill offer one year's worth of free Internet telephone calls to the first 50,000 subscribers who sign up for the carrier's broadband servicefrom nowthrough December 31.The calls will go through BT Communicator, which is BT's Internet telephony software.
I think that for IP to take off, enterprise network connections need to be plentiful and seamless. Yesterday, Broadcom took a big step toward making that happen.