Articles by Adam Stone 

Vidyo 'personal' videoconferencing can now serve large enterprises, carriers

Architecture built around new cloud-based VidyoRouter makes for affordable, high-quality and massively scalable video communications.

IP teleconferencing provider Nefsis embraces - POTS

By adding TDM capability to its offering, Nefsis can serve a broader customer base.

Verizon moves ahead with unified communications in the cloud.

Following initial testing and tweaking, the offering moves into beta this week.

Network services firm grooms a path for flawless VoIP calls.

GalaxyVisions maintains a fast, fail-safe network and partnerships with six tier 1 voice carriers.

Virtual PBX now a one-stop VoIP shop.

Veteran provider of inbound PBX services now offers complete, easy-to-deploy IP telephony with tiered pricing.

Tru seeks marriage between GSM and VoIP.

UK-based company is working toward a future where one account, one number serve two phone technologies.

Panasonic upgrades management tool for its IP PBX systems.

Communications Assistant 3.0 lets users drag and drop contacts for instant teleconferences.

As Voxbone goes, so goes the global VoIP industry.

The provider of international inbound IP phone numbers had a big year in 2010, reflecting the success of VoIP worldwide.

BroadSoft launches rich, cloud-based UC suite for 4G devices.

The MobileMxD suite includes collaboration and video calling and conferencing, among other tools.

Cbeyond to offer virtualized, white-label IP PBX.

Product, designed to let channel partners offer VoIP services, can be deployed in minutes.

Alteva's Video Auto Attendant: A new face for your business.

Hosted system gives customers virtual access to experts on your staff from any location.

IP Communications: Looking ahead to 2011 and beyond.

Industry executives share their vision of coming trends and challenges.

Terrapin Partners with Pac-West for White Label VoIP

In what is starting to look like a trend, MSP Terrapin will sell hosted PBX services to other service providers.

Alteva's Local Anywhere: A new twist on hosted VoIP.

The ability to support multiple DIDs and multiple Caller IDs on a single phone opens many new communications possibilities.

Glowpoint & iVision Partner for Global Access to Telepresence

Video-in-the-cloud will now be available 'round the clock, to customers anywhere.

ViVu's VuRoom: Video conferencing and collaboration by subscription.

VuRoom relies on Skype for its presence and contact functions—as well as its audio.

Damaka Takes Telepresence Mobile

This affordable high-def videoconferencing system works on a variety of mobile devices—even smartphones.

Federal Telework Enhancement Act: A boon for VoIP/UC vendors?

At least one unified communications technology provider sees this legislation as a potential bonanza.

Putting Telepresence to Work in the Real World

Low bandwidth, low power EspressoHD moves high-def video onto the shop floor, classroom—wherever it's needed.

Mitel Takes Its Virtualized UC to the Cloud

New Freedom communications architecture expands mobility and provides desktop virtualization.

How Private Equity Is Reshaping Unified Communications

A deeper look at the recently announced partnership between Skype and Avaya.

ShoreTel Acquires Agito´┐Żand Instant UC Mobility

The deal not only makes UC functionality available to smartphones, it gives ShoreTel horizontal compatibility with other industry leading IP PBX systems.

Vu TelePresence: HD videoconferencing for the rest of us.

Startup Vu Technologies brings video technology to SMBs at unprecedented price points.

Allworx Revamps Its IP Phone System for SMBs

New version of the 48x system supports up to 250 users—to provide headroom for business growth.

SIP Phone Vendor snom Ships its Own IP PBX

The new PBX product, snom ONE, creates a turnkey VoIP solution aimed at SMBs.

Get the Latest Scoop with Enterprise Networking Planet Newsletter