Articles by Erin Joyce 

Network Changes Afoot in EMC's Lines

Storage vendor is looking to build more business in the network configuration space with new product releases. Memo to HP?

Can Vonage Hang On?

Steady as she goes after Sprint patent settlement. But what about those "triple play" rivals?

New IP in That Good Old Phone

Avaya takes IP telephony to a new level in a retro way.

Avaya Loads Up on Unified Communication

Off to a conference? Avaya wants to make lugging your desk phone easier.

Microsoft: Real-Time Requires Open Systems

Redmond goes RTM with its Office communicator platform and offers yet another Web-based version of its software.

Skype Calls On RadioShack

The VoIP player signs its first deal with a U.S. retail chain.

Not All Hype About eBay-Skype

The good news is that the big eBay-Skype deal isn't the only buzz-worthy topic at this year's VON show. But it still dominates.

eBay to Acquire Skype For $2.6 Billion

Online auction giant snaps up fast-growing VoIP provider to forge new lines of business around the globe.

AOL Closing in on Video VoIP Launch

AOL is jumping into a video VoIP calling service, internetnews.com has learned.

Avaya CEO Likes 'Legacy' Burden

Don Peterson says company's roots in the phone business give it an edge over VoIP competitors.

Skype Sets Video Beta Launch

Video calling service by VoIP darling goes to public beta next month and will be free when commercially released, internetnews.com has learned.

RSA: Single Sign-On Off The Drawing Board

A key protocol for securing identities among trading partners is taking hold in the commercial world. Will more major tech companies support the spec?

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