Intel and Siemens are tying the knot on a VoIP technology development that sounds very IMS-ish. It's a little hard to tell from the report linked here, but it sounds like the two tech giants are
Peering is important because it's conceptually dumb (not to mention expensive) to use the PSTN to bridge between VoIP routes. It's a business that benefits from scale; the more carriers that a
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The odds are pretty good that you've never heard of Paragon Wireless. It's one of those under-the-radar companies that quietly builds the technology that better-known companies deploy in products.
The "V" in "VoIP" doesn't just stand for "voice" anymore. Six vendors announced here that they're forming the V²oIP Quality Alliance (in case your browser doesn't read it right, that "²"
This one's a little outside the box, but it's a great application and provides fodder for Skype watchers. If you've been buying on eBay lately, you might have noticed a link that lets you get a
There are more than a couple of management and testing tools being shown at VON. Spirent says it's shipping its Protocol Tester, which it touts as a simple and flexible tool for testing IMS or
If you don't think the wireless VoIP is going to cause trouble for cellcos, you need to pay attention
Because you don't have enough to worry about, here's something else: your VoIP service interfaces with the PSTN at some point or other, right? What do you think of the prospect of some cracker
Over on the consumer side of VoIP, you learned earlier this week that AOL was getting out of the pure-play VoIP business while keeping its AIM Phoneline alive. They're doing more than just keeping
We'll see you your Busta Rhymes and raise you a Busta VoIP. The Voice Commerce Group has announced Busta, a VoIP service that it claims will work with any browser, fixed or mobile. We haven't