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TransNexus' NexOSS Helps Prescient Tackle VoIP Fraud
Prescient Worldwide, a reseller of telecommunications solutions, recently selected NexOSS from TransNexus, a developer of voice over IP (VoIP) network management software, to provide dynamic least cost routing and telecom fraud detection to complement its Oracle Acme Packet based network.
VoIP Market to Reach $9.35 Billion by 2019, Study Predicts
There was a time when I would pull out a digital camera during an interview and it would always lead to questions and curiosity about the new device. Now, of course, there's more conversation if I don't use a digital camera.
Converged Technology Announces It Is Offering ShoreTel's Sky Solutions
ShoreTel has long been considered one of the top providers of business solutions in the enterprise business world. The firm has announced a strengthening of its standings thanks to its expansion when it comes to the reach of the ShoreTel Sky solutions. In particular, Converged Technology Professionals said it is going to start offering the ShoreTel Sky solutions to its customers starting this spring.
Video Killed the Radio Star - Did Mobile VoIP Kill the Telco?
The telco may still be alive and well, but its health is in question. Many believe that mobile VoIP will eat up what's left of voice revenue potential for the telco, a loss that Juniper Research suggests will hit $5 billion by 2015. Will business VoIP providers need to focus on the mobile opportunity to stay in business?
Vertical Markets Can Help VoIP Avoid Commoditization
There's no debate that VoIP is growing. A recent Infonetics report found that VoIP and IMS grew among carriers by roughly 30 percent last year, for instance. But VoIP currently is in a situation where choosing and setting up business service is too complex while, at the same time, it is becoming too commoditized for the liking of VoIP providers looking to boost profits.
A Look into IntelePeer's New CoreCloud UC Service
IntelePeer is a provider of cloud-based communication services that cater to a range of businesses around the world. It specializes in providing many communication services such as voice, SMS and video through the cloud. By offering these services on an on-demand basis, the company hopes to help its customers make the transition from legacy infrastructure to next generation IP communication systems that will help them get the most out of recent technological advancements.
Wheelings & Dealings: Viber Scooped Up by Rakuten for $900 Million
The VoIP market is valuable - as in "expected to hit $82.7 Billion by 2017" valuable - so it's not surprising that there's been a lot of global manoeuvring in the space lately. For example, China Mobile International recently brought its Jego VoIP app to Canada. More recently, though, Japanese Internet giant Rakuten topped this with the purchase of Viber Media for $900 million.
VoIP Adoption Lower Among Small Business, Australian Study Finds
If Australia is any indication, small businesses are not taking full advantage of the technology available to them.
Level 3 Communications Recognized by Frost & Sullivan for VoIP and SIP Trunking Services
Level 3 Communications, a Fortune 500 provider of communications services, has reinforced its reputation as a leader in helping enterprises move towards IP-based communication services, winning the Competitive Strategy Leadership Award in the VoIP access and SIP trunking services market from Frost & Sullivan.
The Three Keys to Working Mobile
There is no guarantee that working from the road will be a seamless experience, even if it is becoming increasingly common. If done right, there can be almost no interruption as a mobile professional moves from office to flight to hotel room. But, it does take some initial planning.
Business VoIP Providers Industry News
Signing up with a business VoIP provider is a big deal. No matter the size and age of your business, change can be scary. But it can also be good. VoIP business services tend to have a larger setup cost, and much lower ongoing costs than their circuit-switched counterparts. Every VoIP provider has a different list of feature sets and prices. Here is a list of ten questions you can ask a potential provider. Be honest with them, and be honest with yourself. Be sure you have the best information before making such a big decision