Jim O'Neill

Biography for Jim O'Neill

Jim O'Neill is the editor of FierceOnlineVideo and FierceIPTV. He has more than 30 years of experience writing, editing and managing daily newspapers. He's also an entrepreneur, having founded an alternative weekly newspaper, a coffee roasting and distribution company and a strength and conditioning consultancy that uses online video to train athletes worldwide. He is based in Michigan and can be reached at jimo@fiercemarkets.com.

Articles by Jim O'Neill

FCC to require VoIP providers to report service outages

VoIP providers will be required to report service outages to the Federal Communications Commission, under a final rule published Friday. Although the FCC extended outage-reporting requirements to

Feature: The 15 highest-paid CEOs in wireline

Who are the highest paid CEOs in the wireline telecom world? Verizon's (NYSE: VZ) Lowell McAdam is the highest-paid chief executive in wireline telecom, earning $23.1 million in 2011, sister

Logitech surges on Q4 earnings, restructuring plans

Handily beating Wall Street estimates, Logitech International (Nasdaq:LOGI) on Wednesday reported fourth quarter earnings that surged to a nine-fold increase over the previous period. That news, and

Vidyo says 2011 was a banner year for its videoconferencing business

Videoconferencing startup Vidyo this week said its billing in fiscal year 2011 grew 82 percent. The New Jersey-based company said its fiscal year 2011 billings in North America and Asia-Pacific

Radvision targets Cisco, Polycom with expanded videoconferencing portfolio

Videoconferencing company Radvision (Nasdaq:RVSN), which last month was acquired by Avaya for $230 million, hasn't sat on its hands waiting for the ink to dry on the deal. The company announced this

Juniper's Q1 earnings slide amid lackluster router market

Network equipment maker Juniper Networks (NYSE:JNPR) reported an 87 percent drop in profits for the first quarter of 2012, a decline the U.S. company attributed to a lackluster router and hardware

Snom, Schmooze announce interoperability for SMB, call center solution

IP telephony vendor snom technology has been busily expanding its footprint by adding partners and expanding its offerings to the mobile and small- and medium-sized business (SMBs) markets. This

Windows Phone gets new Skype version… call it beta-plus

Microsoft's Windows Phone officially has its own non-beta version of Skype, but early reviews say the version is still playing catch up with the versions available for the iPhone and Android devices.

eSBC market grows 60%, pushed by SIP trunking uptake

SIP trunking adoption is continuing to push the Enterprise Session Border Controller (eSBC) market, according to new research, appealing to the demand from enterprises for security, interoperability

Telappliant debuts hosted VoIP service aimed at SMBs

U.K.-based VoIP service provider Telappliant rolled out a new hosted VoIP service aimed at small and medium sized businesses. The new entry-level VoIPOffice Hosted Lite is targeted at businesses with