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Viper: Snaking Toward The Enterprise Space

Although some IP companies are making most of their noise in the enterprise space, Viper Networks has chosen to wade into the consumer market waters first. Friday's announcement that they have experienced an 18% percent increase in product activations over the last 30 days is testament to their $49.
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Written by Russell Shaw on

Although some IP companies are making most of their noise in the enterprise space, Viper Networks has chosen to wade into the consumer market waters first. Friday's announcement that they have experienced an 18% percent increase in product activations over the last 30 days is testament to their $49.95 vPhone. The San Diego-based company is pushing the usual shibboleths of low phone call costs and ease of use.Look for Viper to enter the enterprise space soon with a branded IP PBX product. No price point has been announced yet.

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