Articles by Sean Michael Kerner 

Microsoft Acquires VoIP Company

Redmond is accelerating the race toward full scale VoIP.

VoIP Semiconductor Market Heats Up

Major chipmakers battle for leadership in burgeoning broadband voice market.

Marconi Ups the SIP Security Ante

VoIP/video platform provider now set to offer a SIP firewall product powered by BorderWare.

VoIP Gizmo Comes to Universities

As student gear up for back to school, a SIP-based initiative aims to VoIP-enable universities around the world for free calling.

Convergin Seeks Accolades for Fixed-Mobile Convergence

Newly announced platform unifies mobile, fixed, legacy, and IP.

Turbolinux Launches VoIP Products in Japan

New Linux-based offerings include an IP PBX , a contact center, and a VoIP phone system.

Fonix Telecom Rolls Out Cutting-Edge VoIP Network

Georgia-based communications services provider completes its own IP net using Lucent equipment, tests power lines as transmission medium.

Tough Sledding for Residential VoIP

A new report from ABI Research predicts that VoIP will be adopted by fewer than 30 percent of North American households by 2010.

VoIP over Instant Messaging? It's Coming´┐Żand It's BIG!

With nearly 900 million IM accounts in play, will VoIP-over-IM obliterate all competition?

Despite Public Opinion, Canadian VoIP Regulation Likely to Stay

Canadian regulatory agency slaps pricing restrictions on the major telcos, but they argue it's not in the interest of most Canadians.

Pronexus, Aculab Launch EasiVoIP

New starter kit is intended to kick start VoIP enterprise application software development.

Nimcat PBX-in-a-Phone Expands with Downloadable Features

Vendor of Peer-Telephony-eXchange (PTX) solution that eliminates the need for a PBX now offers downloadable features for phones.

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