The barriers to entry for would-be Internet telephony providers are dropping away rapidly.
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More and more, carriers are delivering calls over IP, but their back office systems are an anachronism.
Skype is incredibly entrenched, but Google Talk has some real advantages.
ShoreTel's CTO offers five ways to ease the transition to IP-based UC.
The service formerly known as Skype for SIP is now officially open for enterprise business.
So far it's just a rumor, but on a certain level, it makes sense.
On the day of its launch, the search giant reports, the system delivered more than one million free VoIP calls.
As calls on smartphones become all but free, who will want to pay for a voice plan?
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The search giant has been testing a Web-based voice app that strongly resembles the Google Voice interface.
The firms sign a three-year extension to their longstanding partnership and look to work together on higher-end technology.
The key to ultimate success in unified communications technology is adaptability spelled CEBP.
Infonetics Research releases Q2 report on Provider VoIP Equipment and Subscribers market share.
Infonetics Research survey reveals two-thirds of providers intend to use WiMAX for voice and mobility services by 2012
The move will allow SMB customers to consolidate their voice and data functions to a single network.
New application from Indian startup TringMe can make VoIP calls via Wi-Fi
The right roadmap will bypass major pain points and largely self-fund the project through cost savings.
Skype is available for many smartphones, but only Verizon routes the calls over its own voice network.
Rapid revenue growth spurs the company to open branch offices, build out a nationwide channel program.
Fierce competition from many different providers is chipping away at TW's chunk of the market -- despite overall revenue growth.
Competitor sees strategy to achieve improved numbers as the VoIP provider nears its initial public offering.
The trip is slightly or vastly different for each enterprise.
Recent acquisitions pave the way for the search and advertising titan to become a major player in unified communications and collaboration.
Traveler VoIP service is a flexible plan without long-term contracts that can be used with Wi-Fi and 3G networks.
Unlike Microsoft's OCS, Sametime is designed for a multi-vendor environment and has several optional configurations.
Devices and software systems abound, but compatability is often lacking.
MagicTalk, a new service from VocalTec, will allow free PC-based calls to any phone in the U.S. or Canada.
Joint venture launches U.S. operations today.
Partnership aims to bring affordable unified communications applications to cost-conscious SMBs.
New release give mobile access to the full range of unified communications anc collaboration functions.
BT, T-Systems, Vodafone head the list.
New, business-oriented version aims to replace phones, phone lines, adds business functions like CRM.
Claims to be the first browser-based VoIP-and-video app and no registration is required.
New features include NimbuzzOut for cheap international calls to landlines and mobile phones.
At least two wireless carriers will deploy the VoIP-based push-to-talk system.
Enables free VoIP calls to Facebook friends who have Vonage service.
Unlimited calling to as many as 40 countries for a flat monthly fee.
Newest Comcerto family member is tailored for low-density access and enterprise IP-PBX applications.
Combined with Intermedia's hosted Microsoft OCS and Exchange services, this makes a complete UC play.