Pete Wylie

Articles by Pete Wylie

ooma launches Telo device

ooma, the VoIP device manufacturer, has released its Telo VoIP device product in retail locations and on the company's website. The Telo, which will list for $249.99 and will enable free domestic

Good morning, and good luck

All good things must end, they say, and it's not without a little bit of sadness that I write my final editor's note for FierceVoIP. I've had an excellent time and learned so much from all my

Google Wave: A beta tester's perspective

Google officially rolled out its 100,000-strong beta test of its Google Wave collaboration/email hybrid product and response was so strong, people posted their invites on eBay and received hundreds

Judge sets hearing for Nortel's $3B tax tab

Nortel will have its day in court, with the IRS, that is. Judge Kevin Gross, who is presiding over Nortel's U.S. bankruptcy proceedings, will hear arguments from the IRS about a certain $3 billion

Cisco buys TANDBERG for $3B

Cisco Systems has bought TANDBERG, the video conferencing equipment manufacturer, for $3 billion, according to reports. The move enables Cisco to grab some more video technology, which it has moved

Verizon kills Hub VoIP product

The Verizon Hub has died an untimely death, the carrier announced today. The Hub was an interesting concept in home VoIP service that fell victim to a silly monthly fee structure of $34.95 per month,

Google Wave to add 100k beta users

Google Wave, the web-based collaboration product Google unveiled in May, is signing up 100,000 beta users to test the service, according to Daily Tech. The new users will gain access to the file

Junction Networks adds UC features to OnSIP

Junction Networks, a business and hosted VoIP provider targeting the SMB market, announced the addition of IM, presence and phone to its browser-based telephony offering OnSIP. The new offering,

AT&T and Google spar over Google Voice

AT&T has sent a letter to the FCC urging a probe of the Google Voice services, saying Google's unified calling platform has an unfair advantage by refusing to terminate certain calls to rural

Whaleback adds Polycom phones to hosted VoIP offering

Whaleback Systems, a New Hampshire-based managed VoIP provider, announced it has added compatibility for three Polycom HD audio phones. Now, Whaleback customers can use Polycom SoundPoint IP 450, 550