Skype is a little piece of software that lets you make free calls to anyone else on Skype, anywhere in the world. And even though...
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A French/Silicon Valley start-up has introduced a multiplatform, 3D high-definition voice conferencing platform which alleviates many of the audio quality issues that plague most unified communications systems.
For business pros that live on conference calls, but also enjoy their content on their mobile devices, look no further than Jabra's new hybrid VOIP headset.
MyNetFone has bought the iBoss platform in the hope of expanding its bundled offering of mobile, landline, DSL, NBN, and VoIP.
More internet users and devices, faster broadband speeds and more video viewing will result in global IP traffic reaching 1.6 zettabytes by 2018.
Spun out of mobile VoIP company Rebtel, the company has raised $12 million in launch funding.
With the firm and outstanding presence in the VoIP mobile dialer turf, Adore Infotech comes up with its latest product VoIP Mobile...
The ACMA's communication report for FY2012-13 has said that almost 2 million people use VoIP services from mobile devices.
Logitech's H820e/H650e VOIP-quality headsets and C930e webcam brings crystal clear voice and enterprise-grade video conferencing to teleworkers and mobile professionals on a budget.
Make free Skype to Skype video and voice calls as well as send instant messages to friends and family around the world. Features: Call...
Avaya Video Collaboration Solution for IP Office is a simple, affordable yet comprehensive desktop, mobile and HD room-system video collaboration capabilities designed specifically for the SMBs.
Mobile chipmaker ARM has strengthened its position by licensing 138 properties from Sonics Inc, a leader of system IP for cloud-scale systems-on-chip (SoC). This will allow the company to develop chips that are more power efficient and battery friendly.
Sponsored by Sap
Mobile industry leaders say the main reasons operators are launching LTE are improved data speeds for customers and new IP-based services (which will drive new revenue for operators).
Ericsson has handed over a chunk of its IP to Unwired Planet, a company that used to make mobile software but now negotiates licence fees, best known for its patent fights with some of mobile's biggest names.
A quarter of tablet owners use the device as primary computer, Telia won't force customers to pay for VoIP, and Sony has invested big in Olympus.
Telia's plans to charge customers extra for mobile subscriptions with IP telephony included have been put on hold in Sweden and Denmark - but VoIP-less plans are still on the cards.
Telstra CEO David Thodey has said that the company will look to expand its VoIP product to consumers and even mobile over the next six months.
With FaceTime going over cellular, Google+ Hangouts, Skype and other solutions, are the voice call's days numbered?
New standard allows more globally unique IP addresses which raises privacy concerns, but increased number of addresses could make scanning by cybercriminals more difficult.
Networking giant partners Singapore's Institute of Technical Education to set up unified communications training center for students, and will support teachers with advanced certifications.
Microsoft is adding advertising to its voice over IP (VoIP) service Skype. Fortunately, there are lots of alternatives that don't stick an ad in your face while you're talking.
Growth in data service and enterprise revenues have kept Vodafone's results in line with analyst hopes, counterbalancing falling income from southern Europe
The ETSI standards body has put off a vote on the next-generation SIM card standard for at least a month, a move welcomed by Nokia, which has threatened to pull its patents if Apple gets its way