> GIPS and Skype have extended their deal. GIPS provides software that's a key part of Skype's phones. Article > Fusion
I'm looking forward to meeting some of you next week at the IMS Executive Summit in Washington, DC. If you haven't registered yet, it's not too late to sign up for this amazing event. When you
Why don't legacy telecom managers like VoIP? Because they're used to being able to control each and every session and they're uncomfortable sending traffic into a mysterious self-routing cloud.
Maybe it's because trade show and conference season is starting, but VoIP management at the enterprise level is very much in the air. Light Reading suggests that if carriers,
911 remains a big deal for VoIP carriers. It may be helpful to see how the public safety community sees it. Officer.com has an interesting article from the 911 side about dealing with VoIP. Though
Nominations are now open for the 2006 Fierce 15! The business of VoIP, like any other disruptive business, is not for the faint-hearted. The day, ultimately, will belong to the
Cable telephony is coming to Mexico and telcos are predictably not happy. Cablemas, Mexico's second-largest cable TV operator, says it's been awarded licenses to run phone service in 13 of the
It's been a year since Hurricane Katrina first popped up on radar screens; if you haven't been thinking about it, don't tell your bosses or clients. Tekelec says its Tekelec 6000 VoIP Application
When your computer gets slow, the first thing you think about replacing (if you're into that kind of thing) is the CPU. Most people never think about the storage system or the video
Here's an interesting VoIP application in the retail business: Women trying on clothes at the Mitsushoki department store on Tokyo's Ginza strip can now use RFID and VoIP to pick their selections.