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KingKing voice roaming service

1O1O/csls KingKing is a VoIP application, based on Wi-Fi connectivity, for use in Hong Kong and while you are abroad. It offers FREE...

December 15, 2014 by PCCW

AT&T DSL setup hell - where did my public IP go?

One of the things I've noticed in recent years is how a lot of people I know were getting pigeon holed in to non-public IP addresses by their broadband provider.  Oh sure you can do your typical web surfing and you could probably even put up a router to share your Internet connection, but that put you in to a situation where you have to do two address translations which breaks a lot of advanced applications.

October 24, 2007 by

IMS gets boost from tech specs

A mobile industry group hopes to address issues with IP Multimedia Subsystems (IMS) applications on cell phones with a new set of technical specifications.

June 26, 2007 by

MOT/Phone

MOT/Phone is SIP client softphone that let you use your iPhone to make an extension call.MOT/Phone supports AMRNB and SILK codec for...

December 15, 2014 by OFFICE24 CO.,LTD

Zeus ZXTM 4.1

This is an extremely easy-to-use load balancing system with lots of support for HTTP and SSL web-based applications.

April 19, 2007 by

VoIP's future: not just the phone call, but the applications

Simplifying fellow blogger and friend Andy's comments relating to assertions contained in a Computerworld article wrapped around some Gartner analyst perspectives: Andy believes that advanced Internet applications are necessary to push the IP Telephony space beyond 1.0 to a type of 2.

October 22, 2006 by

HelloWay

HelloVoIPWi-FiHelloHelloHelloHello:1.Wi-FiHelloWi-Fi2.HelloIDD3.Wi-FiVoIPVoIP4.5.6.HelloWay is a VoIP application developed by Hutchison...

November 19, 2014 by Hutchison Global Communications Limited

Abacus International

After four years and spending 1 percent of its yearly revenue on the project, Abacus International finally has a new and efficient network.The new TCP/IP network infrastructure replaces legacy systems which, up until 2005, had been in use since the 1960s. The older network was unable to keep up with the increase in business transactions and higher demand for bandwidth.With the new upgraded network, Abacus is now able to cost-effectively roll out new applications that benefit its customers.

July 5, 2006 by

If Google and eBay can't do it...

How can you expect to secure your web applications if even Google and eBay with their thousands of developers fall prey to hackers?  According to Websense this week one of Google’s services is harboring a keystroke logger that is at the main IP address for Googlepages.

June 19, 2006 by

IP networks not easy, warns Telstra

Telstra has warned companies migrating to Internet Protocol-based (IP) network links that the process is not easy and will need buy-in from several different areas of the business. "Mission-critical applications will require re-engineering," Telstra executive Randy Lynch told a corporate audience at this year's CeBIT trade fair in Sydney this morning.

May 8, 2006 by

Broadcom readies chipset for video IP phones

Just a little while ago at the Consumer Electronics Show in LV, wireless broadband chip maker Broadcom announced what it's terming the first Wi-Fi video phone chipsets for desktop video IP phones.In plain English, thie shipsets will make these phones more powerful, enabling more cool applications.

January 5, 2006 by

Cisco's rejection of open source success

Developers quickly launched open source projects that used the WRT54G as a bridge, as the heart of a mesh network, as a Virtual Private Network and Voice over IP server, even as a low power PC running what I like to call "Always On" applications, managing RFID tags, sensors, and actuators. What was Cisco's response to all this success?

November 8, 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.

September 27, 2005 by

Microsoft steps up VoIP efforts

Microsoft is starting to make more noise with its VoIP ambitions says IDC, pointing to partnerships that the company formed with major IP-PBX vendors, such as Siemens and Alcatel, and those in development with carriers like British Telecom and MCI. The efforts are centered on SIP-based collaborative applications being developed for the Microsoft Office Live Communications Server (LCS) 2005 product line (See Fan Farber’s take).

May 19, 2005 by

Sun Solaris 10

Significant performance, availability and feature enhancements make Solaris 10 an automatic choice for existing Sun customers. But as an alternative to Linux, it doesn’t yet deliver.

April 21, 2005 by

Fellow VoIP blogger Tom Keating loves Parus in the pingtime

VoIP Blogger colleague Tom Keating was first with this storyabout an IP-based interactive voice solution from Parus Interactive. Sold to retailers, the new interactive voice applications can perform speech recognition-powered driving directions, inventory checks, and other cool stuff for customers using SIP phones.

January 20, 2005 by

VOIP phone shipments up 43% in 2004

The Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) market is finally emerging, and distinct market segments are taking shape, according to In-Stat/MDR. The high-tech market research firm finds that a wide variety of IP phones and other end point devices are being developed to offer access to current VoIP services and future integrated voice/data/video multi-media applications.

December 21, 2004 by

VOIP phone shipments up 43% in 2004

The Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) market is finally emerging, and distinct market segments are taking shape, according to In-Stat/MDR. The high-tech market research firm finds that a wide variety of IP phones and other end point devices are being developed to offer access to current VoIP services and future integrated voice/data/video multi-media applications.

December 21, 2004 by

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