I've spoken up since I was a child, and am not about to stop now. As an "adult," I've carried that passion forward as one who encourages all manner of dialog.
Are you thinking about installing VoIP, and have you been crunching start-up costs and ROI models?For some general trends, check out this new report from technology implementation analysis firm Nemertes Research.
Today theHouse of Representives gave final approval to a measure that would extend the prohibition on state-imposed Internet access taxes until November 2007. The bill goes to President Bush for his signature.
If you're based in Des Moines, Ames, Mason City, or several other Iowa cities, you'll be able to obtain a local phone number from Vonage.Yesterday, Vonage announced that it would be offering local IP phone numbers to Iowans in the 515 and 641 Area Codes.
It's important for major industrialized nations to have their own infrastructure for VoIP deployment issues and standards.That's because of the varied infrastructure and regulatory issues various countries have in effect, seek to enact, and how those issues will cause VoIP services to interact with their international counterparts.
This is a no-brainer, but I need to repeat it. The vendor that does not involve third-parties in the pre-Alpha compatibility stage may have their own valid reasons for doing so.
Do I have the VoIP and wireless spirit today! In fact, I am feeling that spirit, head to toe.
Think Notre Dame and football is the first thing likely to come to mind.Yet the school is also on the forefront of the IP revolution.
This month's issue of Billing World and OSS magazine has an article entitled "The Top 10 Revenue Assurance Problems With VoIP."In the piece, author Dr.
Out of Germany today comes potentially good news for that nation's VoIP service providers. Hereto, they've been hampered by a rigorous phone number application process that required them to apply to phone company providers for batches of phone numbers to make available to subscribers.
The Wall Street Journal reports today that SBC is planning to file a tariff request with the FCC that would likely increase the fees paid by Internet Service Providers for calls completed on the SBC network.We've heard this argument before.
All credit due to theoldgospelsong "All My Trials," for the thread-hed.Anyhow, SBC said today that in anticipation of a nationwide residential VoIP rollout in "early 2005," it is wrapping uptrials in Los Angeles, Dallas, Chicago and San Antonio.
When I think of Liz Claiborne, fine yet quite reasonably priced outfits and accessories come to mind. There are a total of 36 brands,most if not all of which are displayedinboutiques, specialty clothing stores as well as department stores.
Secunia reports a highly critical URI Handler Buffer Flow vulnerability in versions 1.095 through 1.
Three years ago last month, NTT DoCoMo released its 3G phone FOMA (Freedom Of Mobile Internet Access) mobile phone solution for a variety of applications including Internet access, e-mail, file transfer, remote log-in, and Internet phone calls.Today, FOMA took a big step forward with NTT DoCoMo's release of the N900iL phone.