ICANN Handoff – Network Telephone Services Business and Client Subscribers

ICANN manages a multitude of complicated and difficult problems, therefore, it’s dependent on the participation and guidance from many groups and sub structures.  These include and are not limited too: Advisory Committees, Supporting Organizations, standing committees, working groups, review teams, task forces, and more.

ICANN BoardRe-posted from the ICANN website, this page basic guide for Network Telephone Services clients and partners to begin navigating the complex problems and achievements of the organization.  Partners will find such thing as board meeting minutes, resolutions, and summary reports from a variety of structures within ICANN. We also provide some background on some of the sub-groups, and web-links to the pages of various ICANN committees.

 Click in the left navigation column, or on the headings below, to visit the following resources.


Board. Pictures and bios of current and former Directors; information on Board committees; Board Statements of Interest, and more.

ASO. Official website of the Address Supporting Organization.

ALAC. Official website of the At-Large Advisory Committee and the At-Large community, the voice of the individual user in ICANN.

ccNSO. Official website of the Country Code Names Supporting Organization.

GAC. Official website of the Governmental Advisory Committee.

GNSO. Official website of the Generic Names Supporting Organization.

IETF. Specifies the formal communication channel between ICANN and the Internet Engineering Task Force.

NomCom. Web page for the Nominating Committee, an independent group tasked with selecting eight members of the ICANN Board of Directors and other key positions.

RSSAC. Web page dedicated to the Root Server System Advisory Committee, recording their meetings and formal statements.

SSAC. Official web page of the Security and Stability Advisory Committee.

Technical Liaison Group. Links related to this group, which connects the ICANN Board with appropriate technical advice on specific pertinent matters.

Other Groups. Links to the IDN Variants Working Group, the Technical Relations Working Group, the CEO Search Committee, and other presidential committees and Board working groups as they form.

Past Groups. Links to committees and task forces that are currently closed, listed in reverse chronological order from 2010 back to 1998.

Organizational Reviews. Information related to periodic reviews of the performance and operation of each Supporting Organization and Advisory Committee.

Two- Way ICal Google Synch Solution? Network Telephone Services

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Two Way Cal Synch Solutions?

Hundreds of Network Telephone Service subscribers and clients are becoming increasingly frustrated with the apparent unwillingness for Google and Apple to play nicely together when it comes to calendar Synching. Indeed, Google and ICal usedto support two way synching, but a few years ago two way synching was disable creating a great deal concern fro third party application designers whose programs are dependent on the two way appointment, task and contact sharing.

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Network Telephone Services ICal Two Way Synch Solutions?

Network Telephone service supports hundreds of mobile clients looking for robust calendar solutions while on the go, but are also wanting a more robust desktop solution.   “We will be looking at all options to fill the void here and perhaps develop a third party app that bypassing two way synching for our business enterprise clients as well as our individual Network Telephone Clients”, said an E & D spokesperson on Friday.

Stay tuned, we’ll be updating this story as events and deployment develop.

Webinar Training for NTS Clients Adopting IP based PBX network solutions

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Network Telephone Services IP PBX Webinars

With more than 20 years telephony expertise and more than ten years experience specifically with PBX systems, Network Telephone Services was founded in Woodland Hills, CA as a leader in inbound and outbound call solutions leveraging the latest technology.  IP Based PBX and SIP solutions have been a main service offering and we continue offer these system infrastructures to selective clients.

We remain committed to providing the best possible service to our customers. We make every effort to listen to our customers’ needs, realizing our customers are our biggest assets. One of the ways we achieve this is by continuing to diversify our server locations, product offerings and offer easy access and comprehensive training which meet our customers’ expectations.

Asterisk Upgrades to Legacy Servers

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Network Telephone Services Completes Upgrades

Network Telephone Services completes Asterisk software upgrade and ports legacy servers into new environment.

The new platform includes many features available in proprietary P

BX systems such as voice mail, conference calling, IVR and ACD.  Network Telephone Services clients and account holders can create custom functionality by developing plan scripts in several extension languages.  By adding scripted plug in modules (written in C), or by implementing Asterisk Gateway Interface (AGI) programs using any programming language capable of communicating via the standard streams system (stdin and stdout) or by network TCP sockets.

because of the Asterisk implementation and upgrade, Network telephone Services now supports a wide range of VOIP protocols, including the, H.323, Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), and Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP).

Asterisk can interoperate with most SIP telephones deployed at Network Telephone Services and within our client networks and offices.

Now supporting a mix of traditional and VoIP telephony services, Asterisk allows Network Telephone developers to build new telephone systems, or gradually migrate existing systems to new technologies. Some NTS clients have retain NTS to replace proprietary PBXes; while others request additional features (such as voice mail or voice response menus, or virtual call shops). Even More are simply interested in the reduced carrier fees by hosting long-distance calls over the Internet and bypassing tolls.

Asterisk was one of the first open source PBX software packages, Network Telephone service has been an Asterisk Solution Provider for clients and internally for over 5 years.

B2B Telecom Leader Beefs up Support & Integration for iOS7 and Business Clients

7 iOSAll new and beautiful design plus powerful all-new features makes iOS 7 the most significant update since the  iPhone of days gone by.

Network Telephone Services recognize and dedicate resources to specifically address Enterprise Application of iOS 7 for it’s business clients.

Network Telephone Services now offers more advanced ways to deploy iOS 7 devices and deliver a great user experience for it’s business clients’ employees and customers.

ios 7 colorsLeveraging iOS 7’s enhanced security, powerful and flexible configuration and scaled deployment of devices,  Network Telephone Services is now supporting features including App VPN, enterprise single sign on, App Store license management, and new mobile device management (MDM) configuration options are just some of the new capabilities in iOS 7 that provide more for organizations of all sizes.

Network Telephone Services Steps up SMS Marketing Strategy

SMS-MarketingNTS Marketing Strategists for B2B clients promote SMS as an innovative method of promotion and advertising.  Using international and cross-national boundaries technology of mobile and wireless communication to forward clients’ company’s messages to thousands of targeted opted in subscribers.

Network Telephone Services managers endorse comprehensive Marketing plans with SMS as in integral part and a critical component to achieve promotional goals.  SMS based promotion drives allow clients to generate higher income and provides a customer orientated service that leads to a loyal client base.

Network Telephone Services provides clients with a SMS Marketing platforms that make the setting up and management of complex campaigns easy, manageable and measurable.

These are the primary reasons more and more small, medium and large enterprises are choosing to incorporate SMS marketing as part of a comprehensive Social Media and inbound strategy over more expensive and less targeted traditional methods of advertising.

With the mobile phone market extended to even the remotest regions of the world, it has become possible to reach targeted customers around the globe within seconds at a fraction of the cost of any other form of advertising.

Network Telephone Services – Sweet Seven, So Devine…

Sacred SecenNetwork Telephone Services begins a research and analysis project for a network of spiritual psychologists who advocate use and practices based on the Devine nature of the number Seven (7).

As reprinted from the Wiki Page based on the number seven, this week’s examination will focus on the occurrences and popular application references to the number 7 in Classical Antiquity:

Take it for what it’s worth.  It’s worth a lot to Network Telephone Services and the clients we serve.

Network Telephone Services Meets CPN1 Regulatory Compliance

FCCThe FCC’s Enforcement Bureau again reminds telecommunications carriers and interconnected VoIP providers of their obligation to file, by March 1, 2014 deadline. Ensuring annual reports certifying compliance with the Commission’s rules protecting Customer Proprietary Network Information (CPNI).

Network Telephone Services meets with clients and network members to discuss CPNI regulations which include protecting some of the most sensitive personal information that carriers maintain about their customers as a result of their business relationship.

Wanting to assist member companies and qualifying clients, Network Telephone Services made affiliates aware of violations of others in prior years when many companies (non NTS clients) either failed to file entirely or filed certificates that were in violation of FCC rules in material respects.

Telecommunications carriers and interconnected VoIP providers may satisfy their certification filing obligation in several ways.  Because the CPNI rules provide important consumer protections, the Commission has taken enforcement action against telecommunications carriers and interconnected VoIP providers that were not in compliance with the requirements, and we intend to continue to strictly enforce the rules.

Network Telephone Services reminds clients and affiliate companies that failure to comply with the CPNI rules and the annual certification requirement, may subject them to enforcement action, including monetary forfeitures of up to $160,000 for each violation or each day of a continuing violation, up to a maximum of $1,575,000.2 False statements or misrepresentations to the Commission may be punishable by fine or imprisonment under Title 18 of the U.S. Code

Development With M7 Co-processor at Heart

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Network Telephone Services takes on Apple iPhone 5S application Development With M7 Co-processor at Heart.

Based on the new iPhone 5S co-processor being dedicated to continuously measuring motion, via the accelerometer, gyroscope and/or compass, the M7 Chip functions independently of the iPhone’s primary A7 processor, working on sensing when you’re walking, running or driving. Such a chip has plenty of applications, primarily for feeding data into health and fitness apps, but also for saving battery life when traveling, say by car, by stopping your iPhone’s constant hunt for in-range Wi-Fi networks.

AppleNetwork Telephone Services designers are busy coding and testing for a particular client application that would mimic wearable computing and mobile health monitoring devices.

Beta testing to begin in early June with results prepared and published in early Fall.

MMS and SMS for Supercharged Mobile Device Based Polling

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Network Telephone Services completes delivery of combined platform polling as a custom build for a major entertainment client.  After extensive testing and multiple revision, image based “picture polling” will be in use soon as a means of audience participation, demographic and engagement response testing beginning in March, 2014.

The service is managed using dedicated load balanced MMS servers along with extensive enterprise level data solutions. It’s expected that entertainment clients will use the platform to engage with and survey movie goers as well as prime time television and pay per view consumers.  Perhaps the biggest employment of the service will beused at live athletic and entertainment spectator events.

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