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Voxox launches first product with new VoIP codec

Unified communications vendor Voxox is looking to put a unified communications system in your pocket. The company unveiled an Android and iOS mobile app for the Voxox Cloud Phone intended to be a complete business phone system for small businesses.

ASC brings VoIP recording capabilities to BroadSoft

Enterprises using BroadSoft's BroadWorks SIP product now have a new option for recording VoIP calls: ASC Technologies has completed integration between its EVOIPneo recording tool and BroadWorks.

AudioCodes now supports Skype for Business Cloud Connector

AudioCodes has added support for the Skype for Business Cloud Connector Edition to its line of gateways and session border controllers, providing enterprises with another tool to help in their migration to the Microsoft unified communications service.

Dialpad tool provides insight into legacy and cloud-based phone and messaging systems

New analytics software from Dialpad provides administrators with greater visibility into the communications infrastructure across an enterprise, no matter whether workers are in the main headquarters, in branch offices or working from mobile devices.

NDS adds 4G LTE option to hosted VoIP offering

Network Data Systems has added a 4G LTE backup option to its Cisco-based N-Power managed unified communications offering.

Digium's Switchvox phone system is VMware-ready and now supports Asterisk 13

Digium released a new version of its Switchvox business phone system that aims to provide customers with better call handling and improved performance. Switchvox 6 is available for deployment both on-premise and in the cloud.

Voxox improves VoIP audio quality with new codec

A new codec aimed at mobile operators and service providers could improve the audio quality of VoIP communications in the future.

Flowroute SDK aims to simplify addition of calling, messaging features to cloud-based apps

Flowroute unveiled a new SDK designed to help developers integrate calling and messaging features into their applications and cloud services. At launch, the SDK includes support for Python, Node.js, PHP and Ruby on Rails.

Spotlight: When moving to SIP, don't consider it a full TDM replacement

By many accounts, unified communications is finally finding success in all levels of business.

Enterprises will boost customer engagement with WebRTC, says UC Strategies

WebRTC is coming up on its fifth birthday, but the technology (which stands for Web Real-Time Communication) struggled in its first few years to gain acceptance. Now it appears enterprise software developers are taking more notice and are beginning to use WebRTC to enable communications in a variety of Web-based applications.