Articles by Ted Stevenson 

Affordable Branch-Office Switch Supports VoIP

3COM has just announced a pair of economical, compact switches with QoS controls and in-line power capability.

It's Not Just V over IP Any More

Audio-video Web conferencing is fast becoming a must-have tool for workgroups.

EarthLink Takes a Vling at Voice

Beta of open-standards-based softphone client is harbinger of ambitious IP telephony plans for the nationwide ISP.

Phone System: Just Another Windows Server?

Canadian software firm Objectworld caused quite a stir at the recent CompTIA Breakaway conference with its Unified Communications Server—which runs on the Microsoft platform.

Yahoo Shoots Down VoIP Speculation

The Internet giant refutes a report that it is planning to roll out a Skype-like service within two weeks.

Voipfone Launches 'Practically Free' Calling for SMEs

Hosted VoIP service features easy setup, no contracts, truly free on-network calls.

Motorola, Cisco Partner Seamlessly

Echoing the Motorola-Avaya-Proxim partnership of yesteryear, new pact aims at "seamless" fixed-mobile VoIP convergence for the enterprise.

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