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Enterprise voice quality concerns will not deter transition to all IP-based network by end of decade, says AT&T official

LAS VEGAS-- Enterprise concern with voice quality of IP will be overcome, paving the way for the transition to an all IP-network by the end of the decade, predicted Hank Hultquist, vice president of regulatory affairs at AT&T.

U.S. VoIP market generates $15 billion in annual revenue

The U.S. VoIP market has experienced 16.7 percent annual growth rate over the last five years and generates $15 billion in annual revenue, according to IBISWorld's VoIP in the US report.

Spotlight: Voip-Pal.com completes purchase of Digifonica

Broadband VoiP provider Voip-Pal.com has completed the purchase of Gibraltar-based Digifonica along with its five applications for VoIP patents, one of which puts it in direct competition with Microsoft.

Juniper Research predicts 1 billion mobile VoIP users by 2017

Juniper Research is predicting there will be 1 billion over-the-top (OTT) mobile VoIP users by 2017.

Vitelity extends SIP trunking functionality to legacy phone systems

VoIP technology provider Vitelity Communications, partnering with Patton Electronics, has launched a communications bundle, SIP Enable, that allows legacy phone systems without native SIP

AudioCodes reports 21% revenue drop, blames rapid decay of legacy business

Israeli VoIP technologies provider AudioCodes Ltd. (Nasdaq: AUDC) today said first-quarter 2012 revenues were $32.3 million, down more than 21 percent, from $41 million the same quarter a year ago,

Report: Comcast, Verizon top business VoIP services scorecard

Consolidation among business VoIP service providers continued apace in 2011, with the roll up starting to create a separate class of larger operators in what is still a crowded segment, a new report

XConnect, DE-CIX partner on first nextgen networkVoIP federation in Germany

The costs and complexities of interconnecting networks have become a major issue for service providers. A new partnership between ENUM-registry service provider XConnect and DE-CIX, the world's

VoIP gathering steam as technology of choice for 911 call centers

More 911 call systems are updating to VoIP because of portability, cost savings and the potential that the Internet-based service will provide increasing functionality to emergency responders as the

Edgewater Networks debuts two new e-SBCs

The session border controller market, which is expected to be a $1 billion business by 2015, has been dominated by vendor Acme Packet (Nasdaq: APKT). Edgewater Networks is looking to grab its piece