Wednesday, December 7, 2022

Adam Stone

A Whole New Mobile VoIP Technology

Sarasota, Fla.-based development company xG Technology could probably license out its technology tomorrow and leave it at that. But the company has bigger plans. The company’s Flash Signal...

New IP Soft Client from Basis AudioNet

Does the world really need another softphone? We shall soon see. Basis AudioNet, based in Hamburg, Germany and Philadelphia, recently announced the release of a new IP...

VoIP Vulnerabilities Get Star Billing in Report

Maybe you can't always stop the attack, but knowing where to look for it is a good beginning. Sipera VIPER Lab has released its predictions for the Top...

Getting to Enterprise VoWi-Fi

A galaxy of hardware and software manufacturers have set their eye on the potentially huge market for voice over Wi-Fi (aka voice over wireless LAN and VoFi)...

VoIP Provider PAETEC Solves Disaster Vulnerability Puzzle

A recent announcement by PAETEC Holding Corp. and Alcatel-Lucent may point toward a new generation of solutions intended to safeguard VoIP performance against calamity, whether it be...

The Future of Mobile VoIP

As Mobile VoIP grows in the coming years, users will get on board via 3G networks provided by cellular handsets rather than over Wi-Fi. That's the word from...

Will Microsoft Eat Telecommunications?

As the world moves toward unified communications, enterprise IT/telecom managers soon will have to choose between the grandiose vision of Microsoftand the best-of-breed solutions offered by a...

VoIP: Fertile Ground for Open-Source Solutions

As IP telephony gains acceptance in the SMB market, it's not likely to be the products of mainstream IP PBX vendors that lead the change. Open source...

Enterprise Adoption of Hosted VoIP to Grow Exponentially

Looking for hosted VoIP? Check amongst the enterprises. That’s where you will see it next.   So says ABI Research in its recent study, The Evolution of Enterprise VoIP.   While...

Worldwide Wi-Fi Use Is Growing

Not only is the worldwide adoption of Wi-Fi accelerating, the pace of acceptance is growing even faster than experts had anticipated. At least part of the overall...

RIM Wi-Fi Enables the BlackBerry

On July 19 Research in Motion (RIM) announced BlackBerry 8820, the first Wi-Fi enabled version of its handheld device. This thin model sports dual-mode operation, both cellular...

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