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Innovation is everywhere. In 2007, we began podcasting and interviewing technology experts and innovators. In 2010, we rolled out our online magazine Techistan and social video Muntwo. We are media partner for hundreds of Earth's favorite empowering events. We hope you enjoy listening to our conversations here on DIDX podcasts.

About us: Super Technologies, Inc. was a dotcom startup in 1999 ... providing voice over dialup Internet services and Virtual Phone Lines (a service that enables people and organizations to have a local presence in any of up to 60 countries and be a local call to their VIP) via direct inward dialing and SIP.

In 2005, we started DIDX, enabling 10 telecoms to buy and/or sell phone numbers wholesale. By 2011, we now serve 18,000 wholesale IP communications companies on DIDX.

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DIDX Audio Podcasts is a program devoted to the art and craft of technology and social leadership and inspiration. The show, created and hosted by the DIDX.net team since 1999, features interviews with real people who have accomplished things we want to share. They are of different nations, religions, careers, gender, and attitudes. Be inspired! And please recommend others for us to interview and let you eavesdrop on!

Download ATSI Art Smith on MexiConnect and Emergency Op Center Service 03-12-2016 (3.49 MB)

Duration: 7:37 m - Filetype: mp3 - Bitrate: 64 KBPS - Frequency: 32000 HZ

ATSI Art Smith on MexiConnect and Emergency Op Center Service

  • Art Smith is the CEO of ATSI Communications. The company provides international communications services via its Digerati Networks and its licensed CLEC Telefamilia. We're showcasing on this podcast, their new MexiConnect service and radio station emergency operation center solutions.

    They are headquartered in the USA and have a minority interest in Mexico beginning in 2004 and have expanded to Middle East and Europe. Their MexiConnect services enable Mexican expats in the USA and abroad and also anyone in Mexico to have a local presence in the area where they want to start receiving calls from.

    Some of the technologies that ATSI Communications employ are from NetSapiens and DIDX. They serve several Fortune 500 clients. One owns radio stations around the globe. ATSI serves this client with local access in each of a couple hundred cities to the local mayor, police chief and other community leaders for the local emergency operation centers. One call to one phone number will reach all the crucial persons who need to be informed regarding emergencies that affect the local area.

    Increased travel, export, import, weather changes and catastrophes make such a service extremely important for fast transmission of information and collaboration.

    Art mentions, "We are working through channel partners... and are looking for more partners to market these services in the USA and throughout the world."

    VoIP is dead? No way. It's what you do with it. So many talk, talk, complain about no innovation, nothing new, but I hear about dozens of new and real practical applications such as ATSI's MexiConnect and the Radio Station Local Emergency Operations Center projects every week from DIDX members. Check out http://www.atsi.net for more information.

    (Those are Skype, MSN and Yahoo IMs that interrupt occasionally. I do apologize.)


    Keywords: netsapiens, atsi networks, art smith, mexiconnect, voip, channel partners, att, fortune 500, business, local government, emergency operations