Articles by VoipPlanet.com Staff 

Study: Market for VoIP services approaches $50 billion in 2010.

Infonetics Research also finds that SIP trunking grew at nearly a 150 percent rate for the year

Broadband-based VoIP offering from Hughes Network Systems.

Service uses ActiveQoS to ensure proper treatment of real-time traffic across public Internet.

The road to communications nirvana (aka mobile UC).

Smartphones and unified communications technology have been moving along separate tracks, and they'll stay that way until CIOs make integration a priority.

Is the PBX a has-been?

'Not . . . yet' is probably the correct answer, but things are certainly heading in that direction.

Study: $2.2 billion video conferencing/telepresence market to double by 2015.

Infonetics Research report sees Cisco leading the pack following Tandberg acquisition.

The many flavors of presence.

This 'new' IP technology can boost communications efficiency, but not all systems are created equal.

Fonality intros version 5.2 of SMB IP PBX trixboxPro.

The latest iteration of trixbox is available only through Fonality's channel partners.

Low-cost VoIP with pocket-size Duo device from netTalk.

Unlike the well-known MagicJack, Duo can make calls with or without a computer.

Avaya announces plug-in apps for SMB communications.

The IP Office UC system adds collaboration, SIP trunking, customer service, and more, developed by partners in Avaya's DevConnect program.

VoIP rumored to be coming to Google Voice

Will features of soon-to-be-shuttered Gizmo5 turn up in Google Voice?

Cisco storms IP communications market for SMBs.

Launches telephony appliances that combine VoIP, networking and some PBX features.

Vidyo plugin integrates telepresence with Microsoft Lync.

Enables instant HD video conferencing between enterprise users at any time.

New VoIP appliances from Cisco target small, mid-size businesses

Editions for up to 24 and up to 300 users incorporate routing and switching capability.

Cisco pulls telecommunicaions together with Jabber.

Spanning platforms and devices, the Jabber app lets people communicate any way they want.

Cisco announces cross-platform UC.

Cisco Jabber will support Windows, iOS, plus Nokia, Android, and BlackBerry smartphones.

Verizon to offer UC service in the cloud.

Service is aimed at enterprises -- businesses with 1,000 or more employees.

RHUB v. 4.3 now has HD VoIP capability.

HD softphone bolsters TurboMeeting conferencing and remote support appliances.

VoIP security baffles law enforcement.

Tapping traditional TDM calls was simple; evesdropping on VoIP calls can be very difficult.

Siemens announces version 3 of OpenScape Office.

New version adds multi-site networking capability, among other features.

XO gets into hosted IP communications biz.

Cloud-based offering targets enterprises with up to 1,000 users.

Buying into unified communications.

Here's a step-by-step approach to separating vendor hype from end-user reality.

Something new from Skype? Yup: Skype To Go.

New service lets you call Skype contacts from regular phones.

IP communications beyond UC&C

VoIP has grown up to become ‘collaboration,’ which will revolutionize how we all do our jobs.

Study: IT managers find UC attractive but scary.

Worries about being able to accurately measure cost of services depresses uptake.

Study: Enterprise telephony market continues strong growth.

Infonetics finds Avaya pulls ahead of Cisco as market experiences third straight quarterly increase.

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