Strong security is a must for any network provider and deep packet inspection as well as behavioral analysis are leading the way to more secure networks.
Articles by Ted Stevenson
Latest version of the open-source IP PBX engine emphasizes high-quality audio, video conferencing, and 'insane' sampling rate.
republic wireless, a startup division of Bandwidth.com, uses Wi-Fi as its primary network, with 3G cellular backup.
The 720 and 760 IP phones mix features from snom's original 3xx and the 8xx executive models.
One-touch dialing app lets iPhone users make Vonage VoIP callsdomestic or internationalfrom their mobile.
Acquires iLinc collaboration solution, which it will deploy on the BroadCloud service distribution platform.
New cloud service supports SMS messaging to and from any device, mobile or fixed-line.
New brand represents the largest integrated VoIP and emergency services network in the U.S.
The developer toolkit announced last March bears its first fruits with a set of CRM plug-ins.
Arizona ISP, DataMax, is ramping up to bring up-to-date IP telecommunications services to rural residents and businesses.
Low-cost, easy-to-use, on-demand video joins the core mix of Siemens' IP telecommunications modes.
Hybrid technology lets Star2Star offer cheaper, faster, more reliable serviceand scale up to enterprise size.
This major global provider of IP interconnection services offers end-to-end wideband voice support to all its customers.
NY-based M5 Networks brings texting out of the personal cell phone world and into its managed IP communications suite.
New IPedge EP PBX system will serve the needs of businesses with 40 phones or less.
This European technology import is quietly gaining a firm foothold in the North American unified communications market.
Residential VoIP operators are making it cheap and easy for their customers to talk to the world.
Appliance simplifies the secure deployment of UC systems in distributed enterprises.
The combined entities should be well positioned to address a much broader spectrum of communications markets than either can alone.
Alteva has put together a training regime for its channel partners to position hosted UC in a different, value-based, way.
Affordable, easy-to-use, easy-to-deploy VoIP for small businesses.
Telesphere's VideoConnect service promises a high-definition experience that's affordable and easy to use.
AudioCodes introduces Lync-compatible call recording and certified survivable branch gateways.
Sipera's recently released enterprise SBC provides interworking for SIP trunksas well as enterprise security.
New IPedge system expands Toshiba's well-established VoIP equipment line with an open-standards-based product.