Biography for Mike Dolan
Mike Dolan is editor of FierceVoIP. Prior to joining the Wireline team he served as the web content producer for the FierceWireless team. Although he is not a telecom engineer by trade, Mike is excited about the direction of IP communications and looks forward to future advancements where our communications with friends, family and customers far away will be seamless and life-like. He is based in Washington, D.C., and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow @FierceVoIP on Twitter.
Articles by Mike Dolan
Once they got it installed, No Jitter had a few positive things to say about the consumer facing Cisco telepresence offering--umi. The high quality image, the motorized pan and zoom camera and the
HP has selected its first European provider of its Visual Collaboration Videoconferencing product. The telepresence company, Videocall, will begin offering the services by the second half of 2011.
With all the video conferencing and calling going on, what can companies do to capture video so important that information from the video interaction isn't lost? Polycom and Microsoft might have the
IntelePeer Inc., a cloud-based communications company, announced that it has joined the Cisco Developer Network as a Registered Developer for unified communications. Joining the developer network
It's long been said in these pages that the economic downturn has largely proven to be a positive opportunity for VoIP companies. IP phone systems and unified communications provider ShoreTel has
Alcatel-Lucent's telepresence system takes the idea of "feeling like you are in the same room" to the next level by actually taking cut-outs of all individuals engaged in the call and placing them in
Last week we touched briefly on Cisco's CEO John Chambers' announcement of cuts to expenses to refocus on five key areas: routing, switching and services; video; collaboration; data center
Level 3 Communications has entered an agreement to purchase Global Crossing today. The combined company will operate a global services platform based on fiber optic networks on three continents,
VoIP wiretapping has long been a heated topic here in the States, but it seems to be rising as an issue overseas as well. As more people across the world start using services like Skype and Google
Interoperability continues to be the name of the game, and those connections become even more important with video. Orange Business Services has teamed with Tata Communications to expand their