As business models evolve and technology matures, installed base of UC users to reach 50 Million by 2015, finds Frost & Sullivan.
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Developer of unified communications software recognized at highest partnership level.
Move lowers or eliminates the financial hurdle to making the big change.
Firms team up to offer ITSPs fast, hassle-free deployment of reliable, revenue-generating SIP-Trunking services built on Pattons SmartNode 5200 session border controller.
Integrated systems allow for easy messaging and notification across a single platform, lowering costs and boosting productivity.
Solution will allow mobile operators to integrate 2G and 3G with LTE and WiMAX networks.
Juniper Research sees presence-based mobile Web 2.0 services generating $6 billion annually by 2012.
Siemens, Microsoft, and Mitel have all made recent moves in that direction. What does it mean?
Will bring 'free and truly unlimited Skype-to-Skype calls,' low-cost international calls and the ability to receive Skype calls on the go.
Both national carriers and smaller operators have gotten into the game.
"First of its kind" application keeps communications flowing during any form of outage.
In considering whether to invest in UC, companies have to build a business case. But are seconds saved the true bottom-line benefit?
The 2010 edition of the communication software product features virtualization capabilities, a hosted model.
New SCOPIA Mobile Extends SCOPIA conferencing solution to Apple iPhone, iPod touch, and BlackBerry devices.
New unified communications features help enhance customer service, increase operational efficiencies.
Enterprise session border controller provides critical TCP/IP to UDP conversion.
Complete portfolio of video and voice technologies will be delivered through HP as part of its Unified Communications and Collaboration portfolio.
Brings VoIP communications to Facebook, Google Wave, and Ning for starters.
Survey: Cost savings and productivity boost are seen by workers in all levels of government as primary benefits of unified communications.
Integrated IP communications are going mainstreamno longer just a big-company play.
HD Voice - Xtended Reachnew codec management and transcoding capabilities for the company's SBCsfacilitates high-definition service provision.
Solution will make it easy and cost effective to deploy high definition video communications across multiple locations.
WorkSpace3D 3.0 takes advantage of multi-core processors to deliver HD quality inexpensively.
Nearly one-half of respondents in government report VoIP is deployed in at least one agency location.
CLECs and cable operators lead incumbent carriers in SIP trunk deployments in North America.
Despite cost of sophisticated "immersive" videoconferencing systems, Frost & Sullivan finds enterprises in Asia-Pacific are adopting them as an alternative to travel.
With recovering economy and mature technology, IDC predicts enterprises will be adopting in droves, quadrupling revenues by 2014.
Mexican telco AXTEL integrates fring to route home phone calls and PC- communication on GoogleTalk, facebook, and more to subscribers mobile devices.
Pactolus SIP applications software, together with RadiSys Convedia Media Servers, strengthens RadiSys' ability to offer turnkey telecommunication solutions for service providers.
CDW's tracking poll finds unified communications adoption up in enterprise, government, education, and healthcare sectors.
Hosted offerings are likely to constitute only a small fraction of total unified communications adoption over the next few yearsdespite obvious advantages.
Integration of Quickr, Connections, and Sametime applications is streamlining work team efficiency.
VoIP, IM, and Internet-based videoconferencing will provide healthcare consumers real-time virtual access to physicians.
Scrupulous attention to customer service and network quality have helped hosted PBX provider Speakeasy double in size, says CEO.
Interworking and reliance on open standards lower the barrier to entry.
Unified communications adoption has been disappointing in many quarters, despite demonstrated RoI.
Up-to-date communications technology can improve the efficiency of healthcare workers, but systems need to be easy to deploy and manage.
Sixty-seven percent of organizations polled have prepared strategic plans for adopting unified communications technology.
Latest version of Avaya IP Office offers enhanced user productivity while reducing cost of deployment.
Advanced collaboration capabilities allow participants to see, control and edit shared files and documents in real time, improving the effectiveness of meetings.
Recent developments in equipment and connectivity make video conferencing more accessiblebut it still may not be accessible enough.
Deployments of IP multimedia subsystem gear by cable operators and voice-over-LTE providers will drive growth over next five years.
Speech analytics can measure the business impact of underlying call quality.
Telesphere's hosted PBX and other Internet services are now available over the "open infrastructure" network serving over 500,000 customers in Utah.
Both U.S. and Canadian bankruptcy courts approve the deal, which can now proceed to closing.
Recent research from InStat predicts there will be nearly 300 million active mobile VoIP users by end of 2013.
Interconnect agreement allows 8x8's voice services to be delivered over the secure, managed New Edge AX ecosystem.
Skype for Symbian is now available for free at the Ovi app store.
Subscribership up 75 percent in 2009.
Duet hosted service delivers access to private MPLS network for highest quality of service.
Unified communications application is designed to improve care coordination and patient flow.
The simple, easy-to-use messaging technology will evolve new features such as presence and location information.