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"eci" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:21 min | Last month

"eci" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Something that's going to be smooth lending in any way, the financial strains are going to become more severe because right now the fed is on the way to go from three to 5%. This is Bloomberg surveillance with Tom Keene, Jonathan farrow, and Lisa romance. Three days of gains colliding with negative news after the close yesterday live from New York City this morning, good morning, good morning for our audience worldwide. This is Bloomberg surveillance on TV and radio alongside Lisa rabbids I'm Jonathan farrow, TK back with us tomorrow, equity futures down 6 tenths of 1% on the S&P, we've had three big days of gainsborough and we get some bad earnings, I would say, after the close. Yeah, especially given that this is in the big tech world. And there already have been such beaten up expectations, considering that they'd failed to meet that bar, raises some big concerns for some of the other tech earnings. So we get today and tomorrow. It's earnings from Google, the disappoint. It's the guidance from Microsoft the disappoints. And this was always going to be about the guidance. Never mind three Q it's tell us what you think for four Q and beyond. Have we got a decent picture of that just yet from these big names? It's not good. I mean, I throw Texas Instruments in there as well. And I know we don't talk about them as much. But as you pointed out, this is a broader swath of the tech sphere. This isn't just a small electronics and things like iPhones or other things. Just a broad industrial complex as you point out. So how can this be positive, especially when it's broad based? It's not just ad spend. It's also with respect to the investment in the cloud. It's not spend it's IT investment. It's beyond that machinery. It's industry. Let's talk about house price growth as well. That data point. I have to say, typically a 9 a.m., 30 minutes away from the open and bound that data comes out. And for years, I would just ignore it. No one cares. For years, now all of a sudden it moves to bond market and moves equities too. What you saw is these fastest deceleration in the increase year over year in home prices ever. And just now we're seeing that 30 year fixed mortgage rates are topping 7% for the first time in 20 years. It's according to MBA data. Clearly, high mortgage rates are putting a huge chill on housing. How much does this actually bleed into the CPI? People are actually excited to see this because they think, oh, this is great. This means the deceleration and inflation. And other people come out and they say, actually, prices are still rising. It's going to take a while to go into CPI. Oh, and guess what? Wages may also be increasing at a faster pace. We'll wait to see that on Friday with the ECI. A fed decision. Coming up next week, the ECB tomorrow, the Bank of England as well. Next Thursday, we'll get to the UK in just a moment. Equity features right now on the S&P down 6 tenths of 1% on the NASDAQ, a whole lot lower off the back of some disappointed tank numbers. More Facebook tech after the closed Brahma is going to go through that for you in just a moment. Yields a lower the bond market on a ten year by four basis points just north of 4% on a ten year treasury. Big moves in the FX market though, tons of dollar weakness against the Euro Euro dollar positive 6 tenths of 1%. I'm struggling to get used to parity now. Lisa, but we're back above parity on Euro dollar. Do you think that you have to get used to it? I've got no idea. I mean, that's really the question. Can we get used to this? Is this dollar weakness? A story that is more pervasive having to do with the rest of the world or is this an issue of arguably perhaps intervention by some major Asian banks? So what's coming up? Just in moments, we're going to hear from UK prime minister Rishi sunak. He's taking his first prime minister questions, how much can he give some insight into what that plan will be that they plan to unleash on November 17th. They want to get a full assessment of it that might be a good thing in terms of prudence, however it does. As Jean was mentioning, put the Bank of England in a little bit of a difficult situation. We are seeing a slight bit of pound strength. 10 a.m., this may be the moment of the day. The bank of Canada rate decision. They tend to be the FrontRunner if they decelerate the pace of their rate hikes. How much does that set the tone for a step down at the Federal Reserve? And I am sure that people are like, oh, why are you doing that? But I think that that's actually feasible, right? They have set the toad. Sure. We'll see what they do. I mean, I'm laughing because I find a stepdad stuff just ridiculous. I know that you're laughing. And this has been a conversation for about a month. Maybe longer. I know. Maybe two months. All right. But I think people are getting hopeful that perhaps we're getting to that point and maybe we'll even get some market disruption in the meta as we were talking about after the bell Facebook. How much do they confirm this feeling of advertising really decelerating and how much do they sort of add to the gloom that we're hearing? And what point does this lead to layoffs? And really, that's what I'm going to be listening for. How much is Facebook going to cut its staff and how much is this really setting the tone for others? How much is Twitter going to cut his stuff? Once Elon Musk gets hold of it. So evidently, he's going to buy it, right? Friday he's going to close. We'll say. Calling on the banks, you're skeptical? No, I just think, you know, I remain open minded about this story. You're not alone, because you've got this message on the Bloomberg, it said, imagine a world without an obsession with the must Twitter deal, UK politics and fed speaker diarrhea. What would we talk about? The weather, how beautiful the world is. Joining us around the table to talk about the weather and how beautiful the world is. It's an annual diet, the global equity semi research analyst over invesco. And now you're great to catch up with you. We've had a big rally in the last three days. We often do this, but I've got to ask the question, how do you know the difference between a bear market rally and something more durable? Good question, Jonathan. And the answer is you really don't until it's well behind you. But here are a few things that we do know. We know that 8 investors obviously skiddish as the fed pulls away the punch bowl of easy money and that's going to lead to a lot of mispricing and uncertainty as people position for this new world. And in these situations, historically, you've always seen that when we're through the worst, the biggest gains of the next leg of the cycle usually come in the first third of the cycle, when the fundamentals are still deteriorating, when there's still gloom and doom, when sentiment is still negative, so we know that whether this is a market rally or the real deal, you don't want to be sitting it out till someone blows the all clear whistle. And so we are still judiciously bullish on equities. There's a lot of long-term forces to be excited about once you look beyond the short term noise and all the headwinds that you've been talking about. Equities ultimately are a claim on human progress. And there are so many forces pushing GDP higher over the next 5 to whatever years that we believe that mass affluence, new technology, aging, restructuring, these big forces that we call mantra will continue to drive equities and compound them over any long-term. What did you say a claim on human dominance or progress? Do I really want to buy into the play on human progress? How do you feel about that? I'm just wondering. I'm not going to get into that. We don't have to go existential. I am curious, though, of whether the recent earnings cause you any questions or pause about what kind of claim on human progress we have at this moment. Well, existentially speaking, Lisa, just for a second, the one trait that is never ever worked in the history of mankind is to be short human progress. That is never worked. And as Jeff Bezos said since we're talking tech, human beings have an immense ability to innovate themselves out of a hole. So moving on from highfalutin human progress to what happened yesterday. It's all the headlines that you've put up this morning, right? It's not positive, it's not a sure thing, but we're not having any data points here that suggests the bottom is falling out and that things are effectively negative. We're seeing a slowdown in budgets, we're seeing more scrutiny, decisions are being pushed out. It's like turbulence on an airplane. Put on your seat belts, but the oxygen masks aren't dropping yet. So are you buying big tech? We are always buying any stream of cash flows where the net present

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"eci" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 2 months ago

"eci" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Going to be in a position where we'll see inflation come down as we continue to see momentum in the economy. We'll see, but I guess I'm a little impatient to say, when is that will? When will that happen? The inflation reduction action. When do you expect that to really affect inflation? We see right now, for example, wages up 5.0% year over year and there are some people who say because of the ECI numbers, it's going to keep going up for a while. So you're right to say that year over year, we've seen those wage increases. But over the last few months, we've seen that steady to a more sustainable rate. And I think what we're seeing in the data is that things are moving in the right direction. We're continuing to create jobs for the economy while we're starting to see things like the number of job openings reduced, all demonstrating that we're heading towards what we'd always predicted, which is a sustainable rate of economic growth in the economy while inflation and the cost pressures in the economy come down. We've seen the price of gasoline, for example, come down from the high levels that they were over the summer to lower levels now. And as the president has made clear, we're going to continue to take steps to make sure that not only the cost of gasoline come down, but the costs of things like prescription drugs, which have been too expensive for too long, also come down, which was provisions that were included in the inflation reduction act. Beyond your responsibilities for the economy overall, you also are involved with the Treasury Department with the dollar. The dollar is really, really strong. We've always said we like a strong dollar. At the same time, that has a cost as well. If not the United States, for a lot of the rest of the world, and particularly some of the emerging markets that you know well. Are you concerned about what this means for some of the emerging markets around the world who are really struggling with a lot of increased prices made worse by the strong dollar. One of the most important traditions we have at the treasure department in the government is that only one person in

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"eci" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:10 min | 4 months ago

"eci" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The market I think might be a little bit too optimistic about how much work the fed still has to do. Yes, the numbers have been good. In fact, core PC inflation looks like it peaks back in March. We got that information. And that's a positive, and we're starting to see some of those items that were really short supply now started to become more available. And that's helping to take the price pressure off. So Christina, take us over the next month and a half or so, because we had Jackson hole first, right? We'll hear from fed speakers, including J pile. And then there's a fair amount of data. I think we get another CPI reading or two. We get a jobs numbers reading things like that. Where do you think the fed will be comes September? Well, I'm actually going to go out on a limb, David, and say we're probably going to be in a place where the fed feels it should air on the side of a little more caution. We've gone at a pretty break neck speed in terms of back to back 75 basis point hikes. And the fed is, as Joanne said, very data dependent. So it's going to be looking at data and seeing that longer term inflation expectations are better anchored than they were. And they are going to see inflation moving in the right direction. Inflation growth is obviously still an issue, so they're going to be hiking rates, but they don't have to be as aggressive. So perhaps they signal it in a Jackson hole speech that might be too premature, but I think by the time we get to September, October, we should see a fed that pivots to a less hawkish tightening stance. You know, I think the critical data, in addition to what you just mentioned, Christina is going to be the employee cost index that ECI. We know the labor market is very tight, and we're concerned, right? That wages are going to continue to rise. And that's going to put a floor really under price inflation as those bleed through into prices from firms. And we're seeing that a lot we're seeing firms actually be pretty successful at raising prices in the face of those higher costs. So if job openings drop and some of the heat comes out of the labor market and we don't get as large increases in wages and overall employee costs, then I could see the fed becoming a little bit more at ease. Christina hooper have a best go and Joanne feeny advisers Kevin mentioned will be staying with us as we turn from the markets generally to what investors can do about them. That's next

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"eci" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:56 min | 4 months ago

"eci" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"End the week as we always do with our special contributor, Larry summers of Harvard. So Larry, thank you so much for joining us. Let's address that big number that came out on Friday. 528,000 new jobs, also revision up in June. And by the way, wages up at a rate of 5.2% year over year. President Biden came out and said this shows that his economic policy is working. What did you make of those numbers? I think it's more mixed. I celebrate all the extra jobs and that's surely a good thing to see, but my principal concern, as you know, David has been that we've got an overheated economy, and if you overheat the economy, longer and longer, you get more and more inflation and bigger and bigger problems down the road and everything in this number says to me overheating, not yet under control, not on a path to being under control. So I was actually not gratified by these numbers, but my concern was actually magnified. So what message does this send to the fed do you think? Look, I don't think the fed has the thread right now. As I said on this show last week, I think the idea that we're at the neutral rate were near the neutral rate is not a defensible concept and now when we're seeing wage inflation, unambiguously after this number, accelerating after this number after the ECI after the Atlanta fed, we have by every reasonable measure of core inflation, inflation running somewhere plus or minus 5%. That is more than it was when Richard Nixon put price controls in place. That is not acceptable by any dimension. And if we don't act on it and strongly on it and that means raising real interest rates significantly, then we're just setting the stage for stagflation. Here's what I'm very worried about. Because we've seen the movie before. I'm worried and I was interested to see that Paul krogman, who's hardly agreed with me in general on these things, expressed exactly this concern today. I'm worried that we're going to see some good news on noncore inflation on commodities on what's happened in gasoline, for example. And we're going to see a bit of economic slowing and that's going to lead the fed to think that things are under control. But in fact, underlying inflation is going to be still completely unacceptable. Things are going to go up and down in terms of noncore inflation. And if we've got a labor market that's red hot, that's only going to mean constant or even accelerating inflation and we're going to have a situation like we did in the 1970s where we perpetuated inflation by not doing enough to contain it. The doctor tells you to take all your medicine. If you take only some of your medicine, you're going to get the illness back. The bacteria are going to be resistant and it is going to be worse. And that is the risk that I believe we are running in this situation. On the path that the fetish predicting and on the path that the market is expecting. Another big piece of news this week I came from that inflation reduction act, which you talk about last week on the program saying you were glad to see the bill. It's been adjusted in some ways to accommodate particularly senator sinema from Arizona. But as of right now, it looks like it may well pass the Senate this weekend and maybe be enacted next week. So what do you make of the bill as it looks now? The package as much as we understand it. This is really positive news. This is good news on healthcare. This is good news on the environment and energy. This is good news on tax reform. This is going to make our economy better while at the same time reducing the budget deficit and contributing, albeit to small way to a reduction in inflation. But it is a beginning a very important beginning, not an end. We still have huge international tax loopholes that are driving businesses abroad. We still shockingly, and this is something that really disappointed me and I was sorry with the judgment that senator sinema came to. We still have the carried interest loophole that is allowing many of the wealthiest Americans to pay taxes at a much lower rate than the people who clean their floors by getting capital gains on what is really earned income and it is just wrong and it makes me worry about our politics that it has lasted as long as it has. But look, that's for another day for today, it's to celebrate that this is a good and important bill that is moving the country forward and I think it's a tribute to the perseverance of many the perseverance in negotiating and negotiating and negotiating of senator Schumer of senator Manchin who many people have raised questions about and who I don't agree about on everything, but who has stuck with some basic views he had about the importance of not adding to inflation for a year and contrary to what many people said was prepared to reach a deal if it was the right deal and stayed at the table. And above all, I think it reflects the fact that President Biden laid out an agenda. Luria dressed one specific issue that's come up in the scoring as it's called. The joint committee and taxation, which is bipartisan came out and said that in fact, a fair amount of the tax burden would fall and people will make $400,000 or less. And I understand what that is is saying, if the corporations are paying more tax, some of that is going to go to the employees and the regular consumers. What do you make of that argument? Is it true? I don't think it's very good economics. I think that the corporate share owners and other capitalists pay the vast majority of corporate taxes in general. And I think that's even more true with respect to corporate subsidies and loopholes and its corporate subsidies and loopholes that we're going after as a consequence of this. I think the vast vast majority of Americans are happy to see the tax rate on companies like Amazon go up and they're not worried that that means an increase in their taxes, they'd much rather see us when we need tax revenue as we do now, go after companies that year after year after year are reporting billions of dollars of profits to their shareholders and still not paying taxes at a rate of even 15%. And that is all that this bill goes after. High profits to shareholders, no taxes. That's the right thing to do. Larry, thank you so very much. I was a special contributor here at Wall Street. He's Larry summers of Harvard. Finally, one more thought. All that glitters is not gold, but it might just be crypto. Remember those glory days of yesteryear, at least the year before last. When

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"eci" Discussed on Podcasts – Telecom Reseller

Podcasts – Telecom Reseller

04:01 min | 9 months ago

"eci" Discussed on Podcasts – Telecom Reseller

"Everything happened inside that Shell. The people were there, the solutions were there. The conversations were there. Particularly post pandemic, you know, now the applications in the cloud, the people are at home, there's some people at work, all of these assets are spread out all over. Each one of them creates a potential point of security failure. So it's more important than ever that you have a secure solution. And that's what we do with our session border controllers. We have our analytics suite. We have tools for robocalling. That's how we leverage those to make a more secured biomarker for our customers. Excellent. What about contact centers? Let's talk about context and trends and challenges. Well, I think in a lot of respects, it's very similar to what happens in the UC space, which is that agents have moved into the home, right? People are post pandemic. And as you, as you know, as you make the environment that you operate in larger, both physically and virtually, it's hard to retain control for a manager. You have to have a better set of tools. What do you do if an agent's voice quality isn't good? What do you do if they're having some sort of a problem? You need a tool set that can span all of those areas and actually not just secure it, but also manage it. So in a lot of regards, I think the challenge is for contact center managers are the same. The one big difference I would argue is that contact center managers face even more pressure because nothing is probably more tightly tied to revenue than a contact center. If contact center is not working, if the experience is good, you can see in dollars and cents that's going on. If you and I had a bad call one day, I knew if I communications, we shrug our shoulders, we make the call back. But if you're on a customer call and you're trying to order something for a $1000 and you can't hear the person you hang up and you dial the competitor, that's a $1000 that's lost. And people know the difference. So the pressure cooker is really on the contact center manager. Interesting. I never thought it was just like that to be honest with you. We have time for one more question. For those of you that don't know, ribbon acquired ECI telecom back in 2020 an organization focused heavily on the IP optical space. Two years later, how has ribbon integrated portfolio into its enterprise business unit?.

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"eci" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

04:01 min | 9 months ago

"eci" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"Everything happened inside that Shell. The people were there, the solutions were there. The conversations were there. Particularly post pandemic, you know, now the applications in the cloud, the people are at home, there's some people at work, all of these assets are spread out all over. Each one of them creates a potential point of security failure. So it's more important than ever that you have a secure solution. And that's what we do with our session border controllers. We have our analytics suite. We have tools for robocalling. That's how we leverage those to make a more secured biomarker for our customers. Excellent. What about contact centers? Let's talk about context and trends and challenges. Well, I think in a lot of respects, it's very similar to what happens in the UC space, which is that agents have moved into the home, right? People are post pandemic. And as you, as you know, as you make the environment that you operate in larger, both physically and virtually, it's hard to retain control for a manager. You have to have a better set of tools. What do you do if an agent's voice quality isn't good? What do you do if they're having some sort of a problem? You need a tool set that can span all of those areas and actually not just secure it, but also manage it. So in a lot of regards, I think the challenge is for contact center managers are the same. The one big difference I would argue is that contact center managers face even more pressure because nothing is probably more tightly tied to revenue than a contact center. If contact center is not working, if the experience is good, you can see in dollars and cents that's going on. If you and I had a bad call one day, I knew if I communications, we shrug our shoulders, we make the call back. But if you're on a customer call and you're trying to order something for a $1000 and you can't hear the person you hang up and you dial the competitor, that's a $1000 that's lost. And people know the difference. So the pressure cooker is really on the contact center manager. Interesting. I never thought it was just like that to be honest with you. We have time for one more question. For those of you that don't know, ribbon acquired ECI telecom back in 2020 an organization focused heavily on the IP optical space. Two years later, how has ribbon integrated portfolio into its enterprise business unit?.

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"eci" Discussed on Women on the Line

Women on the Line

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"eci" Discussed on Women on the Line

"Welcomes women on the line and national feminist current fast program produced by women and gender non-conforming people at three ciocci meany writer. Melvin on entry and bundoran country of the nations and broke cost on the community radio network. I'm seriously this week. We focused on a movement for sex worker rights and liberation. Victorian government currently has a bill to partially decriminalized sex wek before state parliament. To help us understand what this means. And why it lays many sex workers behind. We hear from dylan from victoria's. Ps ex-wife organization fixing collective later in the program. We hear from hitches about some broader questions including on sex slack and anti-capitalism. But fast we hear for dylan from vixen collective are i missed exhibition for a collective which is as you said. Victoria's prn leaks organization so where they create showed invitation of scotland alive so national. Take buddy six organizations in australia And i've been involved in for a pretty long time now. Everybody involved vixen is a charnel. Fullness expect one hundred percent buying foresees lakers to set the scene for listen as about the push the full decriminalization of sex work victoria could do. I outline the current licensing system and in particular how it creates yet to days of sex workers. Perpetuates hamad discrimination and stigma against sex. 'cause yeah so Yeah you're absolutely right. So in victoria at the moment We have Reconsidering what oakwood licensing Which is also the model in queensland And as you say what. Licensing does visit essentially splits seats industry and splits out community into so creates a situation where small number six acres and businesses Are able to comply with Really arner on and dangerous restrictions. That i you know detrimental to our health and safety And you know probably much larger numbers of six Forced to rip side at that framework Because we're not able to comply With those with the laws Which means that we are more likely to be important to contact with police And essentially criminalised and some types of the community particularly criminalized in a really. The women are on street. Basics criminalised under the licensing system. But i think something that it's really important for people listening to understand. Because i think sometimes a bit of misconception about this is that even on even expenses who i working within the laws at the my meant was but you know teaching within the laws with so really negatively negatively impacted by them. So it's a real kind of dentistry. Joe damned if you situation we. We're supposed to make choices about about. You know about work in about that. Live so that by on You know trying to trying to into discriminatory and harmful was rather than based on you know choices about You know choices about. Let's be for out for our for health and safety yet. Fish oil and has number of government agencies that surveillance control sex wackos. Yes if i a really big pot of licensing as a muggle sar I think some good examples of that They the approach to registration at the moment so for private seekers was because independence because The i there's a legal requirement to register was to be la the business licensing authority As wicca and what you have to do when you do that as provide a huge amount of fissile information including education And injuries and all of those things As well as your associated where identities and all of that and you can never remove that information so even if you Even you know if a wing stop doing six You can get to that. But it's it's maintain a historical record for it's full life so two minute restriction of secrets and it's not a publicly available record about it is there are a number of buddies and With rise offices or officials who can visit sar. It's really a huge problem and is based in violence is no kids at all. I think another good example of surveillance. is the approach to The licensing takes two six Ritual health are in detroit. Took his with singled out in a way that no one else's tens of actual how so these requirements around mandatory sting and things like that which again it's not based on evidence And it doesn't seem any business to avail and to just stigmatize us You know it'd be is a really Overwhelming buddy evidence But you know within. Australia and elsewhere About the you know the positive the positive health benefits decriminalize action. The expected And you know as opposed to the current approach so. I think it's really important for people to understand that. A lot of the ideas Anxieties that people might have You know or or assumptions that people make about six inches and sexual health. And our and i work in general those Base and you know those are based in in stigmatizing stereotypes that are actually produced and exacerbated by the current laws or constant that united states is are. They were victims of disease essentially. And it's just not based in evidence. You know what i'm saying like ahead of you know have rights of Eci's for example that actually the same lower than the general population Sixers you know we're Really strong and and it health promotion so this is simply not a need for for the amendment And it's just one one of the last things that's done and it's a problem but i think the input attacked ways that the Yet be the entire licensing system is a problem. It's.

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"eci" Discussed on Spoon Mob

Spoon Mob

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"eci" Discussed on Spoon Mob

"Also leverage a lot of her Contact here. eci stepped up. Washers trump stepped up Cover my mets. Have everyone kind of stepped up. Sported this thing. In a way that i didn't expect people told us in the very beginning that you know by the time. We got a nonprofit situated. And we're able to start serving meals that that's a good chance of a pandemic was going to be over not enough payment. We were all gonna be dead. I bet you know it was gonna be over. But they felt like we weren't gonna be doing a timely fashion but within just a few weeks of starting to have a conversation we were at the food for making food and enhanced out as we knew it was something we knew something that we could do and we knew something that people needed immediately around some of the time around the time when we started to see a lot of protests. There are a couple of days where it fell. Maybe not safe to provide food service in a couple of locations that we are that we were distributing food from those days off shortly after that we started to hear about people getting called back to work but they wanted to be called back or not and we felt like the model needs to change a little bit so he switched over to a direct cash aid where we were writing checks or v way. I think we gave out. I think over fifty thousand dollars in grants An hour moving onto trace which hopefully will be able to talk about and we help provide some education opportunity for people that are new to the industry. And we're gonna work professionalization and and job training trying to trying to level. Set a good place for people entering the industry and also towards being better citizens of the of the hospitality industry treating their people Nicely trying to encourage everyone to sharp. Ac charged for food. You know. let's not be in this race to the bottom with cover your costs. Let's try to make enough money to pay people the way that people need to be paid. You know columbus Am i in my experience. We have we have I to say it in theory already complex very sensitive to image so back in the day i was sitting here over does right after high school and we used to when you're inside ear It's a run by the corporation for national service. Volunteer community service be. Were not allowed during the hours of your city day to drive. You have to take public transportation. I remember like killing people. Get up and get on the bus and go to work and people like you get on the bus. You bro like okay. I am broke texture. But i'm not on the bus. Because i broke i on the bus with is an efficient way again me where i moved by. I need to go. But i'm not allowed to do you know i'm not allowed to get there any other way. People here very sensitive. I feel like the reason. We don't have a robust buses Public transportation is just people avoided. They feel like it makes them look like they are four p. lake out of florida car and i think that carries over different things. I think that columbus is very excited about its identity as as a bunch of regular people. We're regular people like regular food like chicken wing feeder salix adult pay. We necessarily have to be tied to those things bleed to part that you just kind of touched on charging what they need to charge. Because you said and. I'm quoting you here. We don't pay enough because we don't charge enough. We haven't adjusted for inflation our overhead. How does that change. Like how do you get people to understand. Food costs beyond a tank of gas and a gallon of milk. I take a gas got. Milk is not a bad starting place that well you think about what you're paying for that gala mill. I think about what you pay for. You know five pounds of sugar. Think about how much bananas costs and he figured out. Mukasa make you know. Four ounces banana pudding and if you figure out how much it costs to make banana pudding. You know that i cannot tell you you know. It's not it's not a bad place to start. I think it's gonna be you know kind of conservative educational push you know. I know there are tons of people that are living at their menu prices. Right now man. I should probably be charging more. Chicken wings are incredibly expensive right now. I am paying a hundred sixty dollars for a case of glove right now like everything very expensive right now. What were you paying before. Eighty one hundred bucks so it's doubled. One hundred bucks in football season has wings get more expensive wealthy before football season. I'm honestly i'm eating on the much green sauce today because before take football season they were hundreds of a hundred sixty bucks case. I think that people are looking at many prices and they recognize that. They probably need to make some changes. 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"eci" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"eci" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Bought something. That only accepted you as decoys. So verifone is the latest firms seeking to make crypto payments. Easier last week social media network twitter allowed users to tip in bitcoin. Wow it's lightning network. No twitter tried. Yeah so in order to use the twitter tipping system. From what i understand. I have not personally looked into this. But i've read about it in order to do this. You've got to go through a know your customer process. You gotta give them your social security number twitter okay. I'm already out well. I'm not allowed to use twitter at the moment anyway. But even if i was no and i can't use crypto so it's totally centralized. It's not real bitcoin. It's the quote unquote lightning network. 'cause jack the guy that runs twitter is a total bitcoin maximalist and he's a pimp pimp in the lightning. Why do these bitcoin maximalists. The lightning network is going to solve any of their problem. I have no idea they did. Jack dorsey try tipping anyone with bitcoin on the lightning network. It was successful. And does he really think that the average user on twitter is going to be able to go through that gargantuan went process. Presume if you're using a centralized service they probably make it easier once you pass their know your customer. Oh so you have to. Actually give your crypto to twitter i. I don't exactly know how that system works. But as i understand it you've with a lightning network in order to use it you have to like create these channels and that means you. Did you have to send bitcoin into the lightning network first before you can use the bitcoin on the lightning network and it's very confusing and you have to send more than you actually want to spend. It's very you have to keep some amount of it just permanently in holding to keep that channel open it's it's so confusing so verifone ambit- pay didn't disclose how long their exclusive partnerships will. Last verifone has an option to invest in a bit as well and they've bit paid has raised more than seven billion dollars for their ceo. Says we've always felt. It was a matter of time before people had an expectation. They pay with crypto as they pay with mastercard and visa this development will accelerate. That consumers are going to just expect that to be an option. Yeah i'm interested. I mean not that. I can use crypto because one stupid bail conditions but Likewise but. I'm very interested to see this pans out. I'm very interested to see which businesses enabled this. Where can you actually go to use verifone. Because he's just the credit card pack and if they're gonna cashier out immediately you've got you've got no additional risk by turning it off as long as it works true and it won't it. They use the lightning network. Hey might some sometimes works for smaller transactions. I understand we're out of time tonight. We'll see tomorrow. Freetalklive dot com breaking weather news releases sunny around eighty two degrees every day this week. What's the forecast for your life. If current politics and economic prospects are cramping your freedom escaped to the tropics. Development has affordable second homes for you to own or rent in beliefs and other tropical countries places with stable governments and growing economies. Secure your freedom now to find out more sent an email to f. t. l. at eci development dot com..

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"eci" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"eci" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

"Your such party to states via internet illness buca dora. Scrabble is years. Your sobek divorced estimates as various deposed. My view the duca. Some of his sorta as a pathogen. Your ta i saw my father buys throwing the phillies total. Skip asylum. burkle katina's silo zimmer. Of his sin we might gina. Come on sal muddle to look cedros. Barrage of his solar continuing cinde. Alexa dot jubilant net erica span of sorta quebec say solid fairness was safely gathered aside asylum. Because the neces- fiji. I hear a scene. Your now achiever will sit side you. The brain nicotine connect because they also now those novels stanford versus siler. Eci is opposing. Then do all online you some chicago fortune at them be bharati diana ills to the snitch. Gay ask houses now my stand. Hey dodge mizzou missile you the biscuits jelly say booby. Evoked they have been doesn't say the save up Average but a smaller yours eight foot. You you just ask. The gradual will fat back as we'll get the asset quality mansell just while fit guy. Paul weekday don't feb shorter for home. Beige effort them f from them without your established. Herbology tokyo's says euthanasia zooms advising kick you a list that are via the boys line. Cook it yes. Zones myself by Spikes media and like it was yesterday. Jovanovic fees on misfits combating with a yes. No no see. Just simple if you might what you say you probably back on race color. Print demise sorta academia though abandons elected you the keys. I see happening to mood something. You wash akkad. Alex will survive. Today will change kids. Left poison and that platform typically see the of his sorta carrying yukio brazil being sympathetic commercials officials special mentioned as far as the soda. So professo- listen lewis schedule today. Disqualify dodge mice. Accent followed careers. The swiss speedier sort. This is because she. They got us on the menu so they look at the scene. This randall cinci lit up a labora- include e v. lucas songkhla ziva boom. Tim sympathy gore's over stone. Shell the shell allergy inclusive masuma practical political views toys. Police have been sued. You soil gonna do kadota key as thomas salad yala conquerors. Spec- is computers. Adores won't chip would you. If you see us you'll get deo through cheapo. Diedhiou comportment not assess soya city midwest us which billions did because so includes ziva zaccheus donald but as being geeky since depar- lucas celtic sexual. Who need you as mill by the laci. That means paula Spending us it was not each fuzzy while seven balance. I will allow you. Don't want to needs to chill liza After in mostly to the follow castle by lavender. He thinks he got he got done. Assisted dodge Assum while gene you cannot putting arab fighters but giving the spies for the move budgets involving these could at jeep Who's not zone said. You don't austria. Sue me as a cloudy those averge thoughts civil colloquial give it. I mean school a buddy. A things only stole a see sipo. Gm gasoline flinch. You poem was it. David savvy as a scholar That he'll cheesy an uncle sweet daughter asks the buddha society alanon thing. I'm the older set you. But i will say well. There is nonstop like Fees you must not psalms the support but it's zones up Resumes this bought thinking z. split nuts the pool. Report there but you see. Even that will spread by that. Your vandal walter cheap gladstone yup Mean to ease The average may sprawl up. Akkas get those politicos fashion awful a handle view. Inonu don't Said acting la qualified than eaten. Up as i thought she. From god's yourself bosses deputy will step was achieved. We'll vive you back to academia. They the answer. I don't think they need via knock asset you thought. Sandy was so he's not gonna ask us in all this yesterday. Dieting who asa asa defeating is not so stole. Defending snoopy's is designed that he bought the faucet signal moines personal a geology mice as ghost. Jessie your tv album qualified cpas in when if working lives a hip and i wanted wanted you seize mayes refused to divert at us include the egregious fosse guinness My schedule if as in the political events good.

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"eci" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

The World: Latest Edition

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"eci" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

"My into edge minutes and all is admitting committing. The picnics reconsider that not just suspended. Think the vaccines had been tested on monkeys before these human trials which was supposed to a k. In the town of hoy in the eastern part of ghana but people there are predominantly farmers more than ninety miles dry from accra. I arrive in hoy. I am here to understand how the whole episode in two thousand fifteen house heightened hesitancy to us covid nineteen vaccination. I meet sixty two year road. David aja kaku sitting in a blue plastic chair and a giant tree in his to aycot compound house. He is a civil service retiree and part of those who led the streets protests in twinkie. Fifteen he recalls his thinking at the time. Why don't you tried on the whites so it will feel they're just going to run off. Where township we die like fouls about three miles away. At another compound house twenty two six year old ishmael went down stairs condo in an aluminium pots preparing the day. Sapa ishmael was approached by the time to take part in the vaccine trials. He says volunteers were offered mobile phones and cash doors. No record of a bull i year. Imagine coming just to me that. Want to give me a medication of hiv is. I knew i don't have x dollars. Quartz didn't call musa's enough also in accra. Other countries new gucci memorial eastern shoots for medical research immunologist are somewhat quasi says the twenty fifth botched ebola vaccine. Trial has been a major setback for the country. Wendy's vaccines i'm. She'll manufacturers approved setting countries to do trials. We will never approved writing for industry because of what happened then even though moscow the nineteen vaccination as yet to be rolled out across the country. Medical leaders are concerned about this history to this abuse. The country of some of these myths and misconceptions president and coo on his whether fest in ghana to take the job live on national television. Taking the vaccine will not alter your dna. It will not embed a tracking device in your body. Neither will cause infertility in women or men as your president. I want to assure you that the vaccine is safe to me. The end of year target of twenty million people ghana needs to administer about sixty five thousand doses daily. However currently there are new. Vaccines ghana's presidential advisor on health dr anthony. Eci sorry insist vaccination plants. I still on course we will step up vacination nation and getting necessary vaccines to a bus. Made the twenty million kenyans in detail in the fourth quarter of this year we can achieve vivid who forward earlier this year..

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"eci" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"eci" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I can ask a question because i have no intention. That's the question. Those with district tribunal has jurisdiction of the subject matter over jerusalem's. The app is proceedings to absolutely void in the fullest sensitive dylan virtue. Of course it. So he's reading. Federal court decision says look. There's no jurisdiction. you can't hear this case. And so he he's gonna want this judge to prove or the prosecutor whatever to prove jurisdiction over him and of course the belief of a sovereign is. They don't have it. You know that. In order to have jurisdiction he would have had to have consented or committed some sort of a An actual crime now. It's not clear what he's been charged with at least at this point in the video. The video description doesn't have any information about the case or who this is but it's israel court real courtroom real guy with the hat on in court which is Another indicator you got somebody who knows how to stand on his rights here. Let's go on here. That this is a statute now constitutional violation. That have which you said people are of our now. This is getting into some legal land. You know detail right so this is the esoteric kind of stuff right. What's the difference between law and statute. Most people wouldn't be able to tell you what the differences and somebody in his position would say. Statutes are just the rules of the corporation that the statutes are the rules of the corporation of the state of massachusetts or whatever state. We're talking about because these are all corporations all corporate law and he's saying hey i'm not part of your corporation fact. She actually gets into asking him when he finally stops on his on this particular statement that he's making she will ask him a question here in a little bit that she wants to ask and then they get into a little bit of the whole or you're working for a corporation i it's interesting stuff and that's why i say i want to see what these guys who just got arrested this weekend. I want to see how they handle themselves in court because if they're anything like this it's going to be an interesting appearance and very educational for the people that are watching. You know so. We're going to continue here with more of this morrish man in court. This is old footage from two thousand and nine and you can find this online. Just look for more in court for free. Lot is the channel here on youtube and we will continue if you want to comment on the wars. Maybe you've been involved with them. You know thing or two about them. You want to jump into this conversation. You're welcome to join us here six. Oh three two eight three sixty one sixty and share your thoughts whatever's on your mind on free talk live breaking weather. News believes is sunny and around eighty degrees every day this week. What's the forecast for your life. If current politics and economic prospects are cramping your freedom escape to the tropics. Tci development has affordable second homes for you to own or rent in belize and other tropical countries places with stable governments and growing economies. Secure your freedom now to find out more. Send an email to st l. at eci.

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"eci" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"eci" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"It's, it's that's also the key because that I found out if it's something you believe or do you put it out there, which is like a dream you have and you put out there and you look that way that your dream and yourself and you try to go, there it comes to you, or you go there, how it works. Just, you need to believe. Yeah, on your dream and on your on yourself that you can do it which is on the way some how it happens. You reach your dream job. How it takes me what to do France from 2011 in ECI Center young boy, and he had a dream, he wanted to Tour de France which is mentally fought so hard for him like he grow up in Ethiopia, he comes from there. He don't know no one like, he's not from big families. That he can even do something to help him to reach his dream or something kind of was, was he teach the teach me a lot in my life, dream big and to make it. So from that moment to myself you know what I need to make a dream. Now that's something impossible to myself to do it. Not to someone else or whatever wage believe it's 0 mind. I don't want to put my finger someone believe or not in my dream. It's it's it's within me everything. So I said, you know what I need to do create a dog. And then to three months and was like, after the total was Olympic and like I still enjoying the tour, I had doing and the press in back home and become famous and it's off. This is our honeymoon. Yeah, I enjoy it and was done end of 2016. My wife actually my biggest support support her and all she is. When I said, even I tried to crack in my dream, she always had me. No, no, it's possible. God will help U always. She's, she's really close to religion and she believes so much in God and off. Just, she was just pushing me behind me. Always no, no, no, no. You, you wouldn't do it then. Like, when I spoke with her, what we're going to do, like, what what's the dream wage create? You know what I want to win stage into the France one day. I really want to do this, is this going to be like challenging and I need to make it happen. Like I need to I need to do it and yeah I thought I was talking with myself a lot and gonna come. It's going to happen so hard even like him and like it's hard to do it to the fans..

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"eci" Discussed on Cloud Security Podcast by Google

Cloud Security Podcast by Google

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"eci" Discussed on Cloud Security Podcast by Google

"They tried very hard to induced thinking that really does help security and i was involved in many fights with people who kind of argue about security versus compliance. But to me the s was meant to improve security. Absolutely no debate about but even today people argue about it in his kind of seen as controversial. So do you think is going to continue to be a useful force or is it to hope this. What's your take on this. You know to your point about whether it would be useful or not so. Let's hope for the best. We need to understand that in our security is not seen as compliance compliance is not seen as security. You can be secure but you are appliance. You can be incompliance where you're actually knock secure and there are so many examples rarely that someone was actually compliant but had a security breach for example target. So let's be clear that the role of z council is to set up this framework or frameworks and guiding mystery in how to achieve compliance against louis frameworks which is different from our security now. How to your question about will change have had a very candid conversation with them. What they've told me is that in regulatory bodies such as us. We are definitely slow to adapt to newer technologies right mainly because we get your dream bigger mass. We have to look after you know smaller organizations such as your owner bakery or your mom and pop shop which are not as uber cloud to or modern or advanced as large organizations are going through eighty two transportation but that doesn't mean that they are not open to change the are definitely very much interested in learning about newer technology specifically cloud having more cloud friendly language in their frameworks however this change requires patients empathy and humility. And this is true with any kind of change right like when you want to change something. You have to be patient. Practically speaking i and another kugler and wallace we have been largely in walled. Eci council sat on their cloud taskforce this year last year now research on their own advisers. The main goal of all of this is to educate the council up level them on some cloudy technologies and give them options on how to evaluate or mega standards. More friendly. I'll give an example if you look at the current. Dc ideas requirements. One of the requirements is to have defying to. Emc you need to have dmz to pass your pc ideas checks now having a dmz in cloud. It really doesn't make sense. Because what would you define. Dmz in cloud your identity actually becomes the firewall we talking with the counsel in influencing them to change their natta do around such requirements. Yes it makes sense to have dmc. Dmz is a great security control. But that is not the only way to secure and to segregate your cardholder data environments we have been participating in set role task forces as i mentioned. If were end we have ultra recommended. Your task forces specifically around taskforce's forces and special interest groups one for termination in another one for container orchestration. There's a current sink going on or container orchestrations. You're listening or the or this topic entrust you Sign up for it if you are participating organizations within he. Css this is for the betterment and good for the entire industry. Howard people sign up for that i to find that last week to sign up for container. Orchestration sake is to go to council's website. They have a link. Where if you're participating organization within a pc council anyone do join the conversations around container.

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"eci" Discussed on Esports Minute

Esports Minute

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"eci" Discussed on Esports Minute

"Literally hey folks. I'm Kevin Correia and this is your Esports minute and announced it from an unexpected Esports or says the NBA 2K League will begin. Their 16-week regular season on May 19th with a finality. Take place by September, 4th twenty three. NBA teams are playing Twenty Eight Games afterwards, Journey top twelve teams will advance to the NBA 2K playoffs on May 19th. The tip-off tournament will commence the season in sponsorship with AT&T which will feature a 1.5 million dollar prize pool for the upcoming season. A store Nash will be the lead sponsor for the finals and earlier this month, the NBA 2K League announced a multi-year partnership with Sony interactive entertainment. Meaning, all games we played online with PS, fives, in North America. A partnership between Esports org nights and makeup brand of beauty. Blender will result in the formation of a female only valid tournament under the name nights? Sakura beautyblender will sponsor the first place. First ever eastwards Venture one, they will be, especially impactful on the community. The Sakura Cup starts today will feature a $1,000 prize pool and will run until July beautyblender joints. Other cosmetic companies like Sephora, Benefit Cosmetics and Johnson and Johnson is Esports sponsors. Lastly, former Executives from a sport organizations, like dignitas and Clutch Gaming Sebastian Park and Ryan friedmann have announced the opening of their Esports certification Institute or the ECI. Their main goal is to promote their Merit based exams and to carve out a career path with an E Sports. Backing them is their Advisory Board. Featuring many e Sports professionals like G to founder, Carlos Rodriguez, Genji CEO, Chris Park, Cloud 9, VP, Donald voice and in light. GG, founder.

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"eci" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"eci" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"At reviews and jill now. People like to read reviews online before buying a car or reserving a hotel room but one website se dot net. I guess eci once based in north texas. i'm sure it's offshore now allows users to review the services of local prostitutes according to the texas attorney. General's office that website is a factor in a few of their investigations. They wouldn't expand on what they're looking for or share. If anything on the side is illegal if they should be fucking quiet because this is helping. The police department out it's identifying prostitutes and where to find them. Google the word escort reveal and not far from top is dot net a website. That's been around for years but flourished while it was based in texas specifically fort worth women actually create profiles on the site and customers can post reviews about their services so it's the prostitutes who are posting pictures and their contact info quote. I'm not prostitutes are not the brightest. I'm not amazed because i've seen worse ads in websites than this at jenny. Ford human trafficking expert with ach child and family services. Ford sole responsibility is to help women and children who have been victimized. She says people post on sites like this often and use kinky sex and prostitution as a cover up for sex trafficking. Oh if you're looking for an underage taiwanese child bride you know what to do. Thanks distorted view. Taylor eighteen art. It's happening everywhere. I mean you can call and get someone delivered to your house to your apartment or to your hotel. Immigration customs enforcement has homeland security investigators that scholars sites like this for potential trafficking cases and while i swaps closely with police vice unit shutting down. The site completely is near impossible. A lot of these internet websites are reflective of pure prostitution pure delicious sexy stinky prostitution. Some of these websites have actual legitimate ways of services that they produce so having these websites looking into the aspects of these sites. Don't necessarily make the entire website seizable. So that's an interesting point if you are planning on setting up an illegal porn website. Trial also selling precious moments figurines. The police won't be able to touch you. Alright where we hear. State senator latisha van dispute what we know. The internet is a problem. But what's happened with these internet sites is that they've become advertising money making ventures this is not your prostitute standing on the street corner. This is online solicitation. I wonder if takes pay towel. Van says if law enforcement can connect individual postings with reports of human trafficking or prostitution complaints. Then they'll go. After the poster the overall goal is to decrease demands for these kinds of sites and consequently decrease human insects trafficking. So there you go. The website glued great advertising for the website. Eci dot net. Remember that url. For next time your wife is out of town. Art group next door. We have a group of american politicians has introduced a resolution to congress saying that climate change among many other bad things does forces women into prostitution and that as a result the usa should use gender sensitive frameworks and battling the scourge of global warming. What the fuck am i rating here. House concurrent resolution thirty six of the one hundred thirteenth congress recognizing the disparity impact of climate change on women and the efforts of is it because the globe the earth is getting hotter so women are wearing clothes and i don't know guys are whistling at them and the women say to themselves well look. I'm almost completely naked as it is because it's so hot i'm my might as well. Fuck this guy. He's practically sydney nude already. Might as well get paid for this all right. Whatever dated april twenty six can be read it online it says whereas women will disproportionately face harmful impacts from climate change insecure women with limited socio economic resources may be vulnerable situation such as sex work transactional lead transactional okay. Whatever i see the word trans next to the word sex. I immediately transsexual transactional sex in early marriage that put them at risk for hiv unplanned pregnancies and poor reproductive health so yes women will be forced into prostitution by climate change and the bill goes on to say here or the resolutions has now therefore it resolved by the house of representatives that congress encourages the use of gender sensitive frameworks in developing policies to address climate. Change which account don't forget about the prostitutes when you're dealing with climate change that's basically what this resolution is saying. I think before we start worrying about whores. We should get all of congress to. 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"eci" Discussed on Podcasts – Telecom Reseller

Podcasts – Telecom Reseller

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"eci" Discussed on Podcasts – Telecom Reseller

"He is the director of solutions marketing with ribbon Communications. How you doing today? Greg good. Thanks for having me. Appreciate it. You give us a little background on ribbon. I know it's been going through a lot of transitions, but maybe you could give us a an update on where they're at right now. Well, as I always start out pulling viewers ribbon is relatively speaking and newer brand only maybe three years old four years old, but we represent the combination of a number of very well-known brands in the office and the communication space that includes genband Sonos networks Edgewater networks as well as about a year ago. Yeah. Yep. Acquisition of ECI Telecom, so that gives us a very wide portfolio of products that support the communications industry both service providers and internet prices. Let's carry that concept a little bit one step further and maybe how about a little over view of the relationship of ribbon Communications with Microsoft? Yeah done. We've been working with Microsoft since you can go all the way back to 2007. So roughly fourteen years now and I've started with Microsoft Office Communicator and it's transitioned through the the multiple offerings that Microsoft had over the years link Skype for business and now Microsoft teams in primarily, we've been focused as a company providing session border control solutions that enable the Microsoft products to connect in to securely connect. The pstn. So what is Microsoft's latest offering the operator connect all about them? Well, this is interesting. And let me let me just make sure you know, there's a lot of names in the Microsoft fear. Let me just kind of Step through the various scenarios. So if you were a a teams customer today or considering a migration of Microsoft teams this really three different ways that you can connect to the pstn so you can enable teams calling the the most basic of those is Microsoft has something called calling plans. And basically this is where Microsoft Access share on service provider. This is a very straightforward you pay Microsoft a certain number of dollars a month and you get psdn services. This is really focused on the Edge small business customers. I always typically say somebody maybe with fifteen users or less super convenient, right? You just just let Microsoft know how many users you have and you get your dial tone Mera pass. There is a little bit of a premium associated with that. So if you're a larger organization, it's not necessarily it's convenient, but not necessarily cost-effective and it doesn't allow an organization to pick their own service provider and for that Microsoft for a number of years has had something called direct routing and most of this most of us would just think of that as the trunking. It's it's really Microsoft edge of turkey and then that environment an Enterprise can select their own service provider and then they deploy a Microsoft certified SBC doctor's office location point between teams and the service provider. So as I said direct routings been around for a number of years now the newest offering that Microsoft announced and they they bounce that on March 2nd as part of their ignite show is something called the operator connect. This is a little different in the sense that this is more about a relation log. Ship between Microsoft and service providers. So the idea here is that Microsoft is going to introduce a cloud to Cloud kind of connection..

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