Articles by Mark A. Miller 

Vendor Network Architectures�Part XLIX: Quintum Technologies

Here's a young company that's done well by providing economical, flexible VoIP equipment for SMBs.

Vendor Network Architectures�Part XLVIII: Allworx

As the name suggests, this company's products provide for all of a customer's voice, data networking, and team productivity needs.

Tales from ITC: Voice Peering

These days, most VoIP calls travel—at least in part—over traditional phone networks. This is expensive and unnecessary.

Vendor Network Architectures�Part XLVII: Objectworld Communications

A Windows-based phone system? Yes, indeed—but there's more to it than just VoIP.

Tales from ITC: SIP Trunking

There's a new way to connect your company's phone system to the telco, and it'll save you a bundle.

Doings at ITC, San Diego

VoIPplanet.com is attending this week's Internet Telephony Conference and Expo. Here are highlights of the early action.

Vendor Network Architectures�Part XLVI: Fonality

This is one of the most successful commercial adaptations of the free, open-source PBX, Asterisk—engineered for SMBs and call centers.

Vendor Network Architectures�Part XLV: REDCOM Laboratories

From its location in the snowy reaches of Upstate New York, this infrastructure provider devises systems that operate reliably in extreme conditions.

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