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March 11, 2015 By Recession Apps

System Activity Monitor

Now with Dark Mode, Ping and WhoIs!"The combination of crash reports provided by the iPhone and System Activity Monitor helped me determine...

November 17, 2014 By ringtones ringtone

OmniStat for NotificationCenter

Omnistat is an application for tech lovers, it's the easiest way to consult your device stats.With Omnistat you don't need to quit...

September 27, 2005 by

What's so special about Avaya? Maybe their mobility support

Science and technology news site RedNova has republished a Business Communications Review piece summarizing an exhaustive series of assessments of advanced applications from four leading IP telephony vendors.The BCR editors were quite impressed by Avaya's mobility support, especially its ETC (extension-to-cellular) capabilities.

April 14, 2005 by

Sales of DSL, cable modem and PON semiconductors to pass $2 bln by 2009

IDC predicts that the worldwide DSL, cable modem, and PON semiconductor market will pass the $2 bln mark by 2009, driven by the increased competition from several fast-moving CLECs, large cellular carriers, and specialized VoIP and IP video service providers, coupled with the desire to increase annual revenues per user (ARPU).

February 24, 2012 By Hiratte Software Solution

Ultimate System Info

Ultimate System Info is a small utility showing you a complete detailed system information about your device. Memory and disk space...

April 14, 2005 by

Sales of DSL, cable modem and PON semiconductors to pass $2 bln by 2009

IDC predicts that the worldwide DSL, cable modem, and PON semiconductor market will pass the $2 bln mark by 2009, driven by the increased competition from several fast-moving CLECs, large cellular carriers, and specialized VoIP and IP video service providers, coupled with the desire to increase annual revenues per user (ARPU).

July 21, 2004 by

Crippling innovation -- and intelligence

Michael Wertheimer, a former cryptologic mathematician with the National Security Agency, writes in the Washington Post about the need to focus more R&D on gleaning intelligence data from the Internet rather than traditional systems, such as fixed-line and cellular voice communications. The same issue confronts enterprises that don't understand that Internet is spawning disruptive technologies, such as VoIP, grid computing and IP conferencing, that they must invest in to stay competitive.

January 27, 2004 by

Voicing Concerns Over Wi-Fi

As enterprises increase Wi-Fi adoption, interest in wireless voice over IP (or voice over Wi-Fi) has grown. The in-building wireless voice industry has stagnated, with carrier cellular solutions proving cost-prohibitive and incumbent wireless private branch exchange (PBX) extension solutions being phased out (e.

May 8, 2002 by

SALT Forum speaks louder

Brooktrout Technology has joined the SALT Forum, a group of companies spearheading the use of speech technologies. The forum, composed of 19 companies including Cisco and Intel, is working to develop the Speech Application Language Tags (SALT) specification, which supports text-to-speech and related functions for multiple devices, such as telephones, wireless handhelds or cellular phones. The Microsoft-backed SALT strategy competes on some levels with speech technology from IBM. Brooktrout, which makes hardware and software for communications networks, said it will contribute its skills in media processing for IP (Internet Protocol) networks and help the SALT specification meet carriers' requirements. --Tiffany Kary

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