Articles by Sean Michael Kerner 

VoIP Security Framework Emerges amidst Vendor Releases

VoIP security vendors released new products this week, as the VOIPSA releases its VoIP Security Threat Taxonomy

VoIP Service Market Dominated by Three Providers

New research from Infonetics projects revenues to hit $23.4 billion by 2009.

IDC: VoIP and Wireless LAN to Grow through 2009

Cost efficiency and new features are expected to help drive spending growth.

Juniper's Infranet Gains Control, Challenges NAC

New enterprise Infranet controllers from Juniper bring the fight to Cisco's NAC.

A Voice Platform That Welcomes All Networks

Cisco's new system integrates radio, cell, PSTN and VoIP for a converged interoperability for public safety and other markets.

In Good Hands with Avaya

Avaya notches a pair of significant VoIP wins with Allstate and ABN AMRO. Are we past the fear barrier now?

Packet8 Overhauls its Virtual Office

New productivity enhancements are rolled out for the hosted IP PBX service.

Launching a Managed VoIP Service: A case study

In the voice business for over a year now, ISP Sterling Internet Solutions shares its story of how it got its managed VoIP offering off the ground and into the premises.

Is P2P VoIP the Next Revolution for SMEs?

Can peer-to-peer VoIP eliminate the need for a PBX? At least two vendors think that's exactly the case.

VeriSign Ups the Ante for IP Wireless Connect

Net2Phone is the first consumer play to trial VeriSign's IP Wireless Connect converged mobile Wi-Fi solution.

Macromedia's VoIP Breeze

Macromedia's VoIP integration is not just a flash in the breeze.

Texas Instruments: 10 years of Packet Voice, 150 million VoIP ports

How far has VoIP come in the last decade—and where is it going?

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