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IP voice dominates new line market

VoIP has crossed the line as an emerging technology and is now the mainstream choice for business voice services according to a paper by technology research group In-Stat. The Arizona-based group

Aruba to use AirWave to drive its WLAN vision

Wireless LAN operator Aruba Networks has acquired AirWave Wireless, Inc for $37 million, effectively buying Airwaves multi-vendor client list. AirWave has more than 500 clients using its single

Cisco vs. Microsoft in unified comms

The promise of unified communications, from a universal in-box to ubiquitous presence, are only beginning to

Cisco prepares for video

Cisco's John Chambers showed where his thinking was this week at Cisco's annual C-scape conference, strongly promoting video as the next big thing and highlighting how collaboration was likely to

Cisco leads 11 percent enterprise Q3 growth

Consumer VoIP may have lost some of its hype, but the enterprise level is charging on, with Californian forecaster Infonetics Research recording an 11 percent jump in worldwide sales in Q3 to reach

VoIP patent landscape explained

Over at Ike Elliott's Telecosm blog he has put together an excellent summary of the VoIP patent landscape and who owns the estimated 1,000 patents claimed to operate in the VoIP sector. According to

Cisco feels the heat from Microsoft

First signs in the market place Bill Gates' discovery of Unified Communications is beginning to get enterprise attention as Cisco admits it is having to talk through with clients the benefits of the

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Hackers warn about VoIP security

One thing sure to slow down VoIP's success is the lack of security. Wired has a blog post from a hacker who easily gained

CRM and VoIP living and working together

One of the great benefits touted for VoIP is the ability to tie telephony into enterprise applications. Few enterprise apps have as much promise as