Category Archives: Case Study

Irish Greyhound Board and Blueface

Irish Greyhound Board
By Joe Roche on March 16, 2018 in Blueface, Business, Case Study

The Irish Greyhound Board (IGB) is a commercial semi-state body which is responsible for the control and development of the greyhound industry and stadiums in the Republic of Ireland. The IGB has licensed a total of sixteen tracks in Ireland, of which nine are owned and controlled by the IGB. Blueface now provides cloud-based phone […]

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Pedius and Blueface: Voice Calls for the Deaf

Voice Recognition
By Joe Roche on March 7, 2018 in Case Study, Technology

Pedius is a communication system that allows hearing-impaired people to make phone calls without an intermediary using speech recognition and synthesis technologies. Voice calls are and will remain to be an essential part of life – particularly when pertaining to finance, health and security – and this is no different for those without hearing. Pedius’ […]

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VoIP & Interconnection: Closer to the Customer

Equinix and Blueface Interconnected Voices
By Joe Roche on February 5, 2018 in Case Study, Communications & VoIP, Technology

According to the Blueface BCT Report, 35% of businesses now have a business VoIP-line — VoIP is soon-to-be the standard of voice communications. As traditional phone networks (PSTN / POTS) near the end of their life, the Internet Protocol networks which enable VoIP services are becoming increasingly important as the infrastructural foundation for voice communications. […]

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Tipperary Cardiac First Response

Edward Kinane Cardiac First Response
By Brian Martin on August 21, 2017 in Case Study, Technology

During a medical emergency, the first responder call operator will champion the mantra of “staying calm, focused and on the line.” In a pressure situation — that’s no easy feat. That stress intensifies if and when the operator asks; “Do you know where the nearest defibrillator is located?” In parts of Southeast Ireland — where […]

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