Christine: Mobile IM and IP: the Web Portal Killers

Christine.net

Main | How the Internet is Transforming Television Distribution » Mobile IM and IP: the Web Portal Killers Mobile presence, availability, and community were the central issues brought to Spring 2006 VON by Borough Turner of NMS Communications. Christine (.net)

Christine: Sprints ILEC-Hosted IP Centrex Deployment Strategy

Christine.net

« How the Big Guys Support VoIP Through Mesh Network Transitions | Main | Why Sling Media is Protecting Consumer Freedom » Sprints ILEC-Hosted IP Centrex Deployment Strategy How are ILECs and CLECs propping up their market share in traditional TDM voice services? Christine (.net)

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Christine: Why Sling Media is Protecting Consumer Freedom

Christine.net

« Sprints ILEC-Hosted IP Centrex Deployment Strategy | Main | Transforming Video on the Net » Why Sling Media is Protecting Consumer Freedom "Bits are bits." Christine (.net) net) technology and society Tweets follow me on Twitter Snaps www.

Christine: Whats Really Happening Around IPTV

Christine.net

« How the Internet is Transforming Television Distribution | Main | Standards-Setting on VoIP and IPTV » Whats Really Happening Around IPTV Dave Burstein from DSL Prime lassoed a bunch of IPTV evangelists at Spring 2006 VON. Christine (.net)

Special: The 56 Israeli Companies Exhibiting in Mobile World Congress 2011

VC Cafe

Allot is a leading provider of intelligent IP service optimization and revenuegeneration solutions based on Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) technology, Allot Service Gateway solutions for mobile broadband are compliant with 3G.4G/LTE and WiMax networks and provide full cell awareness.

Christine: How the Internet is Transforming Television Distribution

Christine.net

At Spring 2006 VON , Jeremy Allaire of Brightcove explored how the Internet is transforming TV content distribution: Allaire sees real physical limitations to the film and television industry. Christine (.net) net) technology and society Tweets follow me on Twitter Snaps www.

Christine: How the Big Guys Support VoIP Through Mesh Network Transitions

Christine.net

« The Impact of Voice/VoIP on MMOGs | Main | Sprints ILEC-Hosted IP Centrex Deployment Strategy » How the Big Guys Support VoIP Through Mesh Network Transitions Seamless transition between mesh network sites is a tough challenge for data access. Christine (.net)

Cognitive dissonance

Venture Cyclist

For the techies among us we know that an IP address reads like a phone number (most specific on the right): 27.101.13.12 Cognitive dissonance is well described on Wikipedia as the uncomfortable tension that comes from holding two conflicting thoughts at the same time.

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Scalent

Will Price

IT professionals face the dichotomy between server sprawl and low asset utilization. Between production, failover, disaster recovery, test, and development, many enterprises face 100% year over year server growth.

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Supreme Diagnosis

Florida Venture Blog

A key hope, by both sides is that whatever result will be narrowly tailored to avoid whacking IP value across the spectrum of startup and conglomerate patent portfolios. This week should be a fun one for diagnostic companies and the venture funds who back them.

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Christine: What Rights Do You Have With Your Media?

Christine.net

Posted by: MartinE | June 14, 2006 at 09:37 AM This is what's commonly accepted, true - and yet all of the copyright experts in the room (including the Creative Commons person) recommended doing more. Christine (.net) net) technology and society Tweets follow me on Twitter Snaps www.

Christine: Transforming Video on the Net

Christine.net

Heres the vision as articulated at Spring 2006 VON : Previously, the communications industry had silos for wireless voice/data, wirelinevoice, video, and web. Posted by: Shannon Newton | March 15, 2006 at 06:02 PM Verify your Comment Previewing your Comment Posted by: | This is only a preview.

Christine: Standards-Setting on VoIP and IPTV

Christine.net

Christine (.net) net) technology and society Tweets follow me on Twitter Snaps www. flick r.com Recent Posts Rentalic and appbackr Win $150,000 PayPal Challenge Last Chance for First Round Office Hours in 2009! Quick Followup: VCTips at Web 2.0 Expo Whats the Secret Success of MINT.com?

Building an Open Source Business

Will Price

Dave Rosenberg , CEO of Mulesource , recently published an informative article on Sandhill.com regarding his experiences in starting an open source company - from looking for funding, to legal and IP issues, to community development, and pricing, Dave's article is good food for thought.

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WayTooEarly: Business Plan Hyperbole

WayTooEarly

April 12, 2006 in Web/Tech | Permalink. Posted by: Jeremy Wright | April 12, 2006 at 03:37 PM. Posted by: HLMorgan | April 12, 2006 at 03:43 PM. Posted by: Peter Cranstone | April 12, 2006 at 05:41 PM. Posted by: Andrew Fife | April 13, 2006 at 01:19 AM. Posted by: BJ Fogg | April 17, 2006 at 09:55 PM. Posted by: Daniel Nerezov | April 26, 2006 at 05:24 AM. Posted by: mw | April 26, 2006 at 05:38 PM. The IP is unrelated to my job/work.

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VC:VC Closing the Deal

Venture Cyclist

Other examples are where the legal process finds significant problems in the business (litigation, improper accounting, IP issues) which had not previously been disclosed or well understood. Technorati: venture capital termsheets closing the deal Please sponsor Hannah for the Hazon 2006 New York Bike ride. Once a VC firm makes a decision to invest in a startup, it provides a termsheet outlining the basic economics of the deal.

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Move Networks

Will Price

We are beginning to see, however, Short Tail Tail content moving across IP networks. When people read the words "Internet video," they quickly think of Youtube. Today, Internet video is associated with short-form, relatively low quality video clips (90-200 seconds, somewhat grainy and often jittery).

WayTooEarly: Finally, searching is a snap (.com)

WayTooEarly

" We launched with Prodigy, but fortunately had designed it with a TCP/IP infrastructure, so we could move it to the web. May 15, 2006 in Web/Tech | Permalink. Posted by: Peter Cranstone | May 15, 2006 at 09:11 AM. Posted by: CoryS | May 15, 2006 at 01:32 PM. Posted by: CoryS | May 15, 2006 at 03:12 PM. Hi Howard, keep on searchin' Posted by: Pau Lowell | May 16, 2006 at 03:24 PM. WayTooEarly.

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Investor Pitch: Flaws with Top Down Market Sizing

Entrepreneurship Blog

Yet, at Cryptine we are not creating VPN, encryption, firewall, IPS or many other sub-categories included in Gartner's $5.3 Top down is the most common and least convincing way to size a market. The top down approach relies on analysts market research from firms like Gartner, Forrester, Frost & Sullivan, Yankee Group, Jupiter and others. Most investors will not consider a top down sizing of the market to be a sufficient if they are calling it into question.

Raising Capital: Fundable Businesses

Entrepreneurship Blog

Furthermore, it's rare that features have deep enough IP to be protectable or valuable. The notion of raising venture capital is appealing to most entrepreneurs because it means millions of dollars and very smart people are validating and backing their businesses. However, very few businesses are actually fundable with venture capital. This is because most business really can't achieve the types of return necessary to make the venture capital firm's own business model work.

Burnham's Beat: Top 10 Software Stocks of 2006

Burnham's Beat

« Top 10 Internet Stocks of 2006 | Main. | Top 10 Software Stocks of 2006. The easiest way to make this list in 2006 was to be bought by a strategic acquirer such as IBM, HP, pr EMC. To qualify for this list a company had to start 2006 with at least $50M in market cap and its main business had to be selling software as a license or a service. MRO Software Price Change : 83% Ticker : MROI Comment : One of 3 public software companies that IBM bought in 2006.

Some Fresh Twitter Stats (as of July 2012, Dataset Included)

Diego Basch

Twitter limits API requests from a given IP address to 150 per hour (in practice sometimes less). I had to use a few addresses to fetch all the data over the weekend (tip that came in handy: some mobile carriers refresh your IP every time you go in and out of airplane mode).

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30 Machine Intelligence Startups to Watch in Israel

VC Cafe

This is done by enriching transaction data points such as name, email address, and billing and shipping address with around 2,000 extra data points, such as an IP latency check to measure the real distance from the user, IP connection type, distance between key strokes, and email name match.

How to get a job in Venture Capital

Jason Ball's TechBytes

I wrote a post about it back in 2006 on the topic that I could point people to, but it looks a little light, so I thought I’d post an update. 3) Work in the industry - Accelerators, PR, HR, Design, IP – whatever. I get asked this question a *lot*. There’s no set way to get into VC – it really depends on what you’re starting with (and what role you’re shooting for).

Zayo Group – One of Boulder’s Amazing Startup Stories

Feld Thoughts

In late 2006, Zayo was a pure start-up headquartered behind Nick and Willy’s on 8th and Pearl. In June of 2006, we sold what remained of ICG Communications to Level 3. One by one, many of my colleagues extracted themselves from Level 3 and pondered “what now” By late 2006, we formed Communications Infrastructure Investments.

Mark Zuckerberg Wins Approval For His First-Ever Patent Application - From 6 Years Ago

ReadWriteStart

How about approval of his very first patent request from way back in 2006 - covering privacy issues no less? But at least one IP expert said Facebook needs all the patents it can get. Zuckerberg filed the application back in July 2006, the year he turned 22.

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Mark Zuckerberg Wins Approval For His First-Ever Patent Application - From 6 Years Ago

ReadWriteStart

How about approval of his very first patent request from way back in 2006 - covering privacy issues no less? But Colleen Chien, IP expert and law professor at Santa Clara University, said Facebook "needs all the patents it can get, especially now after (its battle) with Yahoo.".

The Making of Lytro

K9 Ventures

On March 21st, 2006, the Stanford Computer Science department celebrated its 40th anniversary with an awesome event , with an absolutely stunning line-up of speakers — Professors, Entrepreneurs and Professors-turned-Entrepreneurs.

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Anyfi Networks Introduces New Revenue Model For ISPs With Easy Wi-Fi Over IP Roaming

ArcticStartup

Anyfi compares the solution to VoIP: “The trick is combining Wi-Fi with IP, Internet Protocol, to break the tie between logical network and physical infrastructure, much in the same way as Voice over IP separates your phone service from the physical line.

How To Predict The Future

Feld Thoughts

We needed improvements in video compression and in TCP/IP – the underlying protocol that essentially runs the Internet. I plotted the growth in capacity of magnetic platter hard drives and flash drives back in 2006 or so, and saw that flash would overtake magnetic media in 2016. Today’s post is a guest post from William Hertling, author of the award-winning Avogadro Corp: The Singularity Is Closer Than It Appears and A.I.

An Extensive Guide To Web Form Usability

uxdesign.smashingmagazine.com

For example, pre-select the user’s country based on their IP address. It should be possible to switch the formatting based on location, either by prompting for location or by IP lookup. There’s been further research since 2006, obviously not mentioned in Matteo’s article.

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7Signal Raises $4.1 Million To Make Wi-Fi Work

ArcticStartup

Some hospitals have emergency buttons operating through Wi-Fi and in others nurses have voice-over-ip devices connected to it. ??So It is fair to say that Wi-Fi has changed the world.

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Dear China: Stop Stealing My Intellectual Property, Or Else

Inc Startups

It was formed by business and technology experts to more aggressively counter IT and IP theft whether resulting from piracy, counterfeiting or the stealing of trade secrets. Between 2006 and 2010, information technology spending by U.S.

One More Time: No NDAs

dashes.com

However, there is the concept of "mutual" NDA, which should give your IP equal protection if you share any of yours. Anil Dash. A Blog About Making Culture. About Anil Dash. Best Of. Most Popular. More Info » One More Time: No NDAs. May 7, 2010. By unusual coincidence, this week I had a number of different folks ask me to sign NDA s about the new projects theyre working on.

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Guest Post from HBS Professor: The Nuances of Marketplaces

the vc in me

Example: starting in 2005 a lot of entrepreneurs and investors were bullish about market exchanges for IP (e.g. But I always thought it would be impossible to get MSPs for IP to scale given the lack of valuation transparency and lack of transaction standards (not to mention huge litigation risks). Today, all of these attempts to create eBays or Craigslists or Yelps or Sotheby’s for IP have either been shut down or are functioning at puny scales. the vc in me. Welcome!

Now Playing on Your iPhone: The Olympics

Inc Startups

Blackman is the founder and CEO of Elemental Technologies, a technology start-up that’s pioneered the use of graphics processors to power adaptive video streaming over IP networks.

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Crushing It With Competitive Intelligence Analysis: Best Metrics, Reports

Occam's Razor

My first blog post on the topic of CIA was on 14th Aug 2006! Switch your IP to the first opportunity from #1. Half-way through this post, you'll seriously wonder why you've spent so much time obsessing with Adobe/Google Analytics/Chartbeat or other web analytics tool.

5/25-NYC – Investing in Intellectual Capital: Patents, Trademarks, Domain Names, Litigation, Government Rights, and other Intangible Assets

David Teten

He joined Oversee in 2006 as Executive Vice President respon sible for DomainSponsor, the company’s industry-leading traffic monetization business.

The State of Cleantech Venture Capital, Part 4: Parting Thoughts

Secret Formula

Cleantech venture capital investment only became substantial in 2006, and the average VC-backed start-up takes eight years from founding to exit. (A version of this post also appeared at GigaOM.). tl;dr: We’re in the early innings of a long ball game. This week we’ve analyzed the state of cleantech venture capital and used data to discern myth from reality.

"Graph Theory" - Opportunities Beyond. - the vc in me. - Typepad

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