Highlights of Frost & Sullivan's latest report: North American VoIP Access and SIP Trunking Services Market.
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In 'typically down' quarter, activity among Chinese service providers drove a 16 percent increase over the previous quarter.
Company says the call management functionality will save customers money by routing calls over VoIP when out of the office.
Fast-growing mobile market of Android devices can now enjoy frings free 2-way video calls over the Internet.
Guide focuses on how businesses with multiple office locations and remote workers can leverage VoIP to cut costs and unify their business telecommunications.
The companies announce NetFront, a VoIP solution for iPhone, Android, and WinMob with both 3G and Wi-Fi interfaces.
Promotional program is intended to remove one significant barrier to VoIP adoption for small businesses.
xMax operates in the unlicensed spectrum and can adapt spectrum use to operating conditions.
Customer's use of minutes supplied by Verizon's Global Wireless VoIP increased more than two-fold for the year.
Frost & Sullivan study covers more than 300 sectors in 40 locations, globally.
The two companies seek to tighten integration of IT and communications usage among their customers.
FBI warns that criminals are using telephony denial of service attacks to divert financial services personnel while they illegally transfer funds.
Company adds Web portal, workforce management, and agentless dialing applications to more effectively address rapidly growing hosted business.
Windstream Integrated Solutions combine voice, data and Internet services over a cost-effective single connection.
Acquires MetroBridge Networks' Phoenix assets.
Group of industry heavy hitters joins forces to promote uniform protocols and standards, and a great user experience.
Despites attractive packaging and lots of clever technology, the product did not sell well.
For the moment, the Internet VoIP service is concentrating on iPhone, Android, and Symbian development.
What the cell phone is to the business community today, UC will be tomorrow.
VoicePlus is the first high definition telephony platform for small businesses with a price point that is a fraction of the cost of large Enterprise solutions.
The WiMAX service provider is definitely considering offering voice as another IP service on its network.
IP-based digital video phone targets consumers and SMBs with sleek design and advanced telephony capabilities.
Program enlists independent sales agents and VARs for the sale and deployment of Virtual Office hosted telephone systems.
Based on BroadSoft's BroadWorks technology, thevoicefactory will provide HD voice, video calling, and more.
After altering the terms of its agreement with Intel, the company has the option of dropping WiMAX.
Many of today's 3G networks can already handle high-definition voice over IP, and the upgrade is not expensive.
BroadSoft announced the online mall for IP communications services last November, as part of its "Xtended" initiative.
As subscriber numbers grow, Clearwire plans to support two data-centric WiMax handsets on its network by year's end.
MVS 5 also achieves enhanced integration with the PBX for fixed/mobile convergence.
Less-than-unlimited monthly plans let Skypers call both mobile and landline phones.
Solution uses Avaya's Agile Communications Environment technology in conjunction with IBM's Health Integration Framework.
Redmond launches special Nokia Eseries edition of its unified communications client.
New application provides a more interactive and productive experience for users.
Inability to support the MIMO antenna technology undermines speed of 802.11n, means VoIP calls won't get full benefit of faster networks.
Skype's nearly 220 billion minutes in 2009 nearly doubles the total for 2008.