Ontario, CA (June 14, 2011) – LogiSense (www.logisense.com), a global provider of IP billing and OSS software and professional services, today reported its successful deployment with ESCO Technologies LLC (ESCO). ESCO, a pioneer in healthcare communication solutions, is the developer of CareConnect™, America’s leading managed telecommunications service for senior housing communities. CareConnect communities enjoy the benefits of advanced technologies such as resident and business di... [read more]

Headquartered in the United Kingdom, Vibe is a wholesale operator that provides a comprehensive, managed suite of converged IP voice, data and network services. Through working with LogiSense, Vibe, which currently utilizes the BroadSoft M6 platform, empowers its customers with a single solution for the multiple touch points of IP service delivery including billing, OSS, customer care, telecom rating and service provisioning. “We selected LogiSense for its proven track record of success... [read more]

The CRTC (Canadian Radio-television Telecommunications Commission) gave the green light for network operators to implement usage-based billing to their wholesale customers. With the ruling, operators can charge wholesale service providers a flat monthly fee to connect to the network as well as a defined monthly usage limit for each customer the wholesale provider has. Read more here: http://www.logisense.com/pr/CRTC-Ruling-LogiSense.html ... [read more]

The CRTC (Canadian Radio-television Telecommunications Commission) gave the green light for network operators to implement usage-based billing to their wholesale customers. With the ruling, operators can charge wholesale service providers a flat monthly fee to connect to the network as well as a defined monthly usage limit for each customer the wholesale provider has. The ruling is not expected to have dramatic effects on customers who currently subscribe to the major network operators directly ... [read more]

Flavio Gomes, CEO of Cambridge, Ont.-based LogiSense Corp., believes that this year telephone, cable and Internet providers will increasingly try to apply granular controls over their networks to charge for content where they can. In Canada and elsewhere, “the plumbing wars are over,” he said, referring to the race to build faster wired and wireless infrastructure. Instead, using technology like deep packet inspection, providers will focus more on seeking new ways to monetize the netw... [read more]

Company Addresses Service Provider Needs in Evolving IP Marketplace; Anticipates Continued Success in 2011 Ontario (PRWEB) January 12, 2011 LogiSense (http://www.logisense.com), a leading provider of IP billing and OSS solutions, today reported several milestone achievements for 2010, including a 25% increase in headcount and several new customers across Asia, Europe and North America. In addition, the company forecasts strong and continued growth for 2011. Read more here: http://news.yahoo... [read more]

Content will be (is)  king in 2011 for service providers, predicts a Canadian-based billing and operational support software company. Flavio Gomes, CEO of Cambridge, Ont.-based LogiSense Corp., believes that this year telephone, cable and Internet providers will increasingly try to apply granular controls over their networks to charge for content where they can. In Canada and elsewhere, “the plumbing wars are over,” he said, referring to the race to build faster wired and wireless i... [read more]

Ontario (December 1, 2010) LogiSense (www.logisense.com), a leading provider of IP billing & OSS solutions, today announced that PBX-Change will deploy EngageIP to both its retail and wholesale customers. Read more here: http://www.logisense.com/pr/PBX-Change_LogiSense.html ... [read more]

Database Backups And Compression

November 18th, 2010 | Posted by Louie Conceicao in General

Backing up databases can consume lots of space, consider using compression while backup up to improve both disk space and performance for backups and restores. For detail, see the MS Technet article here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb964719.aspx Because a compressed backup is smaller than an uncompressed backup of the same data, compressing a backup typically requires less device I/O and therefore usually increases backup speed significantly. ... [read more]

A valued LogiSense client, Phoenix-based Telesphere, a provider of PBX, VoIP, business phone and Internet services, said late Friday that it has closed on additional funding According to a recent regulatory filing by the firm, it has just received $14.7M. “This investment is our most significant yet, given we now have the funding to support our growth through cash flow positive status. This puts Telesphere in an elite group of communications providers,” said Telesphere C... [read more]