Business VoIP Providers Featured Articles

  • Why Business VoIP Providers are Critical in the Age of 'Everything' over IP
    The key driver for VoIP today is not the promises offered by business VoIP providers, but instead the push for the Internet of Everything (IoE).
  • Report Analyzes Growth of Global VoIP Market, Sees Big Rise
    A recently published a report takes a closer look at the rising VoIP market and sees it almost doubling in the near future.
  • Hosted VoIP Services Offered by VC Warehouse
    Since 2002 VC Warehouse has been supplying second user and refurbished video conferencing equipment on a global basis. The company buys and sells equipment from several manufacturers such as Polycom, Cisco Tandberg and Lifesize. While most of its systems are HD, including 1080p they are still able to supply standard definition systems and parts for discontinued models, which is good for small-and-medium businesses (SMBs) that simply want to maintain what they already have.
  • Global VoIP Market to See Expansion, Higher Telecom Investment
    New research about the state of the voice over IP (VoIP) market says that it's growing by leaps and bounds.
  • Apico Adding VoIP Services to API Platform
    Apico, an Ireland-based startup that specializes in cloud-based telecommunication features, announced last week that they will be adding VoIP services to their platform. They are making use of the cloud system they already have in place and using it to support a number of calling solutions for business, allowing organizations to both make and receive voice calls through their API platform.
  • Security: Still a Must for Business VoIP
    Every couple of months, or even weeks, a new report is released to inform us about business concerns. If you were to read all of these reports, the one factor that is almost always of paramount concern is security.
  • Does On-Premise VoIP Still Have a Future?
    Most analysts agree that the future of VoIP is with the cloud in the long term, as it is with most digital services. But in the short- and mid-term, some think on-premise VoIP still has a lot of life left in it.
  • Marketing VoIP in 2015: A Matter of Value
    A new report from PromotionWorld suggests that the marketing in VoIP seems to have one common thread that's proving very successful: show off the value.
  • Here Comes the Boom: VoIP Services Set for Big Expansion
    VoIP service is set for a fairly major upward jump, according to new reports.
  • Will Regulation Attempts Hurt VoIP Business Provider Opportunities?
    The latest to feel the effects of VoIP growth is India and now the country's Department of Telecommunications (DoT) is considering the implications of net neutrality.
  • Business VoIP Providers See New Opportunities in Denver
    For those searching for the latest in technology offerings and pristine surroundings, Denver may be the next destination of choice.
  • Secure VoIP, Cloud-Based Phone Services via Simple Steps
    The scramble to adopt VoIP and cloud-based phone services means enterprises and service providers alike need to be extra vigilant when it comes to security.
  • 'Must Haves' for Today's Contact Center
    The contact center today has evolved from that old standby of years ago, the 'call center.' With today's technology, customers not only have myriad ways of reaching out, but they can also torpedo your efforts and reputation with a few well-paced tweets.
  • FCC Looks at Mandating VoIP Providers to Sell 24-Hour Batteries
    Because IP telephones depend on electricity, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has put out proposals to protect consumers, promote competition and public safety in the technology transition.
  • Protecting VoIP From Attacks
    As more consumers and organizations continue to migrate from their landline to IP telephony, hackers are targeting this platform because of the sheer number of gateways that could be exploited.
  • See and Say: Video Calling From WhatsApp Said To Be Near
    There are rumors that the WhatsApp video calling feature will be out before the end of this year's second quarter.
  • How to Get a Business Line Without Needing a Second Phone System
    There are times when you just don't want to give out your phone number, but you need to give out your phone number.
  • Prisons Seeing the Light on Value of VoIP; Businesses Next?
    With news of the recent "Shawshank Redemption"-like prison break in upstate New York, attention has been focused on our nation's penal system and what goes on behind the bars.
  • VoIP Offers Many Benefits for Businesses
    Voice over IP (VoIP) has matured and evolved to the point where it is now a viable option for companies of any size to use.
  • What's Better: Skype or Google Hangouts?
    As we progress toward more intricate methods of communication, like Web conferencing, we're seeing that these add-ons and features are using our Internet connections in a much more efficient way.
  • Approach VoIP Cautiously and Seek a Responsible Service Provider
    Many companies today - particularly those with high phone bills - have switched over to voice over IP (VoIP) to save money. Their goal is to reduce or eliminate long-distance bills.
  • VoIP to Benefit as Wi-Fi Networks Seen Expanding
    A coming migration trend from mobile networks to Wi-Fi networks will enables a variety of benefits for users, according to new research.
  • Research Reinforces Accepted Wisdom: VoIP Continuing to Grow
    Yet while the technology continues to grow, it's not seeing explosive growth everywhere. "Lack of awareness among the residential consumer segment and lack of promotional activities by VoIP service providers is posing a challenge for the growth of the market," PMR said. The company noted the emerging markets in such countries as India, Brazil, Indonesia, China, and the Philippines where growth is possible, once awareness levels are raised.
  • WhatsApp Beta Testing VoIP Service in Windows Phone App
    While the WhatsApp voice calling feature might not actually be meant to be a wholesale replacement of VoIP services, there is very little doubt the application does just that, especially when talking about the average user
  • Partnership Will Provide UC to UK IT Resellers
    We are currently seeing a shift in how businesses handle their communication needs. Hardwired PBX systems are giving way to Voice over IP (VoIP) services.
  • VoIP Adoption in India Hinges on Cost
    The U.S. smartphone market is well saturated and a good portion of China's 1.4 billion citizens have been using mobile devices for several years. It appears as if the next hot market for cell phones will be India.
  • New Study Sees VoIP Services Expanding Over Five Years
    New research shows the global VoIP services market was valued at $70.9 billion just two years ago, and is now forecast to reach $136.76 billion by 2020.
  • Blackberry: We'll Find a Way to Bring VoIP to UAE Citizens
    Free is good, so Blackberry is still hoping to bring free calling to the United Arab Emirates via its BBM Voice and Video VoIP services
  • Why WhatsApp is Not a VoIP Replacement in Most Cases
    While there definitely are some use cases for WhatsApp, in most cases it is not a phone replacement, however. We have some reasons why.
  • VoIP App Roundup: Skype or Viber?
    There are apps upon apps for download that will allow users to utilize VoIP for all of its cost effectiveness, but two remain major contenders: Skype and Viber. What's the hype behind the technology and who will ultimately win?
  • Can Enterprise Apps Survive B2C's Rise? Yes, With an 'if'
    Is there any point to the enterprise-only app when the business-to-consumer (B2C) app is doing every bit as much business?
  • Help Your Company Shine by Offering a Better Version of VoIP
    Service providers offering VoIP solutions are now vying for dominance in an increasingly competitive and crowded market. With pricing for VoIP services relatively static, managed VoIP providers must come up with different ways to stand out.
  • Business Startups Reap Benefits from VoIP
    The SMB crowd has a lot to contend with when it comes to competing with larger businesses. Worrying about what phone system to use shouldn't be on the list of concerns.
  • How Do You Separate Good Business VoIP Providers from the Bad?
    Business VoIP providers continue to preach the virtues of the platform and what it can do for your bottom line. While you may be convinced that this technology makes sense from a cost and functionality standpoint, how do you know which vendor is the best?
  • Do Your Homework Before Making VoIP Converts
    The buyer's journey is the backbone of many marketing initiatives and dictates not only what content should be produced, but how to effectively nurture new leads and even how and when sales should get involved.
  • Abacaus Telecom Offers VoIP in South Africa
    The growing adoption of VoIP has made it easier for companies and residents to take advantage of more features from their phone systems.
  • Survey: Lack of Awareness Keeps SMB Market Out of VoIP Loop
    According to new research, SMBs lack awareness when it comes to the telephone technologies available to them.
  • What Can Your Business Do With VoIP?
    Lowering communications costs while increasing efficiency and accessibility are just some of the many benefits that come with deploying a VoIP phone system.
  • Telco Etisalat Bans WhatsApp in the UAE
    WhatsApp, the popular (and cheap) messaging app, has added VoIP capability for voice calling - and has consequently been banned by telco provider Etisalat in the United Arab Emirates.
  • Going to a Business VoIP Provider? Do Your Homework
    You know VoIP can lower your rates and keep your communications streamlined, but have you educated yourself about the risks?
  • Vonage Makes Bold VoIP Move with SimpleSignal Acquisition
    Vonage made headlines recently with its agreement to acquire Simple Signal Inc., a provider of unified communications-as-a-service (UCaaS) and collaboration solutions to small and medium businesses.
  • Hybrid Solutions Seen as Next Step for VoIP
    As Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) access and session initiation protocol (SIP) trunking services continue their respective rise up in the business world, enterprising leaders are finding new ways to use the technologies to their best advantage. They're doing so as more and more companies realize VoIP access and SIP trunking services are well on their way to eclipsing the old-time legacy digital telecom, due mostly to advanced capabilities and overall lower costs.
  • VoIP Has Many Options: Choose Carefully
    VoIP works great for businesses that have high call costs - a lot of long-distance or international calling - as well as those that need flexibility, like operations that need to ramp up staffing for busy seasons.
  • Texting Preferred Over Talking, Study Says
    This might seem like obvious news, but here in the U.S., most of us would rather type out our conversations than actually engage in a voice conversation, according to a new study.
  • Report: VoIP Market Strong and Getting Stronger
    If it seems like you've been hearing more and more about the growth and advantages of VoIP these days, there's a reason for that; the market is exploding.
  • Why it May Be Time to Talk to Business VoIP Providers
    Today, business VoIP providers are offering a whole new approach to communications, one that doesn't require any type of tethering to enable.
  • The Answer for Unanswered Calls? VoIP
    An unanswered phone can mean lost income for a business. But now VoIP -- and its portability -- means that problem is gone.
  • UAE Telecom Providers Holding VoIP Hostage
    Businesses and consumers the world over are finally starting to see the light when it comes to Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP. Yet in one part of the world, if you're not part of the 'in crowd,' don't even think of bringing your own VoIP to the party.
  • Lower Cost, Better Quality Giving VoIP a Boost to Businesses
    Generally, VoIP can save almost half on traditional phone bills, and sometimes more. For small organizations, those savings can translate into a lot.
  • VoIP Paves the Way for UC Investment
    VoIP can be used as a business productivity tool - and a first step toward a full investment in unified communications.
  • Why VoIP is Becoming the Best Way to Call
    While it is obvious why analog landlines are going the way of the dinosaurs, some may wonder why VoIP is in the picture given the power and prevalence of mobile phones.
  • VoIP Market Ready for a Fresh Boost
    VoLTE is a lot like VoIP in many ways, but VoLTE utilizes a data connection through the LTE spectrum rather than wired networks.
  • VoIP Marking its Turf as Critical Part of UC Solutions
    The way VoIP is perceived by the business world has changed, and it's no longer a question of whether VoIP is a good bet or whether you should just keep plugging away with your legacy phone system.
  • Global Service Provider VoIP Equipment Market Up 12 Percent
    According to the latest report from Infonetics Research, the VoLTE equipment market and associated IP multimedia subsystem (IMS) equipment market grew 12 percent in 2014, to $4.2 billion.
  • Never the Twain Shall Meet? VoIP and Unified Communications
    UC is the umbrella that covers VoIP among other communications solutions, so to think that VoIP is on par with UC is ambiguous; people who use unified communications do not need VoIP, nor do they need the cloud.
  • How VoIP Providers Can Help the Contact Center with Security
    A recent GetVoIP article highlighted what I've long felt is an important issue for the contact center: security. As the article noted, contact centers are prime targets for security threats due to their high volume of interaction with unfamiliar voices.
  • Bullseye Telecom's Cloud-Based Solutions Take the Headache out of Telephony for Mid-Market Customers
    Consumer adoption of cloud storage, email and other services has changed how solutions are delivered throughout the entire technology realm. This is especially true when it comes to mid-market, medium-sized enterprises, which previously may have been reluctant to adopt any sort of cloud services.
  • Broadband Provider Brings VoIP to More Customers with Alianza
    Business VoIP providers have known from the start that VoIP and other IP-based telephony services are a reliable and cost-effective alternative to traditional phone services. But while VoIP has been in the business world for some time now, its popularity is now leading to VoIP demand in the residential sector as well-and local telecoms are taking notice.
  • What is Your ROI of CRM?
    Businesses all share one value: the bottom line. Revenue doesn't mean much if your overhead costs are chipping away at your profits, but businesses shouldn't rest on their laurels when it comes to customer relationship management (CRM) investment. It is, however, imperative to make sure that whatever CRM solution you're investing in adds to your bottom line, not subtracts from it. How do you determine how much you're getting from your CRM solution?
  • The Business VoIP Provider: Office's Best Friend for Communications
    There are some needs that, for an office environment of any size, are pretty much standard fare and hard to challenge on any level. Electricity is one, as are thing like water service and heating and cooling. But one point that generally goes unchallenged on the "every office needs this" scale is communications technology.
  • IVRs Need to Get With the Times
    IVR systems are among the tools that you can love due to the pros it offers your business, or hate due to how poorly it has seemed to evolve despite the ever-evolving landscape of telecommunications. One of the downfalls of IVR, according to the business VoIP specialists over at GetVoIP, is that some systems don't use "context awareness."
  • Will WhatsApp VoIP Find Success in the Developing World?
    We know WhatsApp Messenger as an instant messaging app for smartphones that operates under a subscription business model. It is a proprietary, cross-platform app that gives users the ability to select feature phones to use the Internet communication purposes. In addition to text messaging, WhatsApp can be used to send images, video and audio media messages. The location feature can also be used through the use of integrated mapping features.
  • The Many Advantages of Business VoIP Systems
    More and more companies are implementing hosted voice over IP (VoIP) solutions as a replacement for traditional landline phone networks. Recent research has demonstrated that many customers still prefer phone interactions over website browsing if they are looking for a discussion or more detailed information, meaning voice technology had to evolve in a way that interacts seamlessly with today's Internet-centric infrastructure.
  • VoIP is a Game-Changer for Mobile Workers
    One of the biggest changes in International travel is the emergence of the smartphone. Whereas once upon a time it could be quite stressful heading to a foreign land when you don't speak the language or know the geography, now a smartphone equipped with a data plan can make you something of a local instantly.
  • Test Case: Bharti Airtel Starts Charging Extra for VoIP Calls
    Net neutrality is almost a kitchen table topic in the United States, with subjects like the possible throttling of Netflix on the part of cable ISPs often making national news. But that's not the case everywhere, and apparently Bharti Airtel, India's largest telecom provider, has unabashedly started charging mobile subscribers extra for making VoIP calls.
  • Matrix Gateways Now Certified to Work with BroadSoft Products
    Often, interoperability can mean the difference between success and failure of a product. There is much to be said for proprietary systems that support one's own business, but for manufacturers of communications products, it can pay for them to create phones and gateways that interact well with the services of software providers.
  • Innovative VoIP Leaders Focus on Richer Communictions
    IP services continue to evolve, and the use of VoIP in clever and new ways has become a cornerstone of innovation. Whether it's business VoIP and unified communications, conferencing, a range of consumer rich media options or developer APIs targeted at making mobile VoIP better, there's simply a lot happening. Accordingly, a list of notable VoIP innovators offers a view into the leading edge of the industry.
  • Survey: IT Hones in on VoIP Hardware
    Communications today are virtualizing at a rapid rate, as public switched telephone networks (PSTNs) are abandoned in favor of IP-based network alternatives. Many virtual and VoIP-related solutions now come in the form of software available through hosted services or the Internet, which makes them easily accessible and more appealing. But a recent study by TechTarget found that, despite the boom in virtual communication tools, more IT teams are looking for VoIP hardware than for software-based telephony clients for their PC and mobile devices.
  • Cloud Education: Get Ready for 2015 with Great Reads
    Voice over IP has been transitioning the communications industry toward service flexibility and efficiency for almost 15 years now-effectively taking the wind out of the voice minutes business and opening the door for new types of services and revenue streams. While the evolution has not been without its casualties (the long-distance business, for one), ultimately the end user has won, as have forward-thinkers looking to make the best of fresh opportunities.
  • Competitors to WhatsApp Continue to Grow in VoIP Market
    The massive boom in the smartphone market over the last few years has also led to a massive boom in the instant messaging and voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) markets. For businesses looking to stay in contact with their employees and their clients, the right application that can handle VoIP as well as video conferencing and instant messaging is key.
  • VoIP Market Looks Bright for the New Year
    By now it should come as no surprise-particularly to business VoIP providers-that VoIP adoption rates are rising around the world. The demand for cheap and effective communication on an international scale is growing. Communication borders are shrinking, as is the business world, and IP-based networks are increasingly stepping in to provide better wireless and wired network infrastructures. While traditional phone lines offer only limited, and typically expensive, services to businesses, VoIP services can accommodate mobile and international workforces with ease-and for less of a financial investment.
  • Videoconferencing Market in Flux as Cloud Options Gain Steam
    Increasingly, businesses of all sizes are embracing video as part of their corporate communications framework, and not just in the executive boardroom. Gone are the days of large-scale, proprietary hardware that required its own dedicated line and room-IP and the cloud have made it possible to extend videoconferencing to more types of workers within the enterprise, often bundled with business VoIP and/or unified communications offerings.
  • VoIP Security Refresher: What Your Business Needs to Know Before 2015
    As VoIP has become a household - and even business - name, there are fewer businesses that have yet to realize why moving towards an IP-based communications system is beneficial. Having evolved with the Internet since its inception, business VoIP providers have done a good job at making it better and more efficient for their subscriber base. Despite all the good stuff that comes with VoIP, many businesses and organizations are still not on board with VoIP adoption, perhaps because there are still a few misunderstandings about VoIP, particularly with security.
  • Survey: One-fifth of Workers Steal from Employers
    Ethics appear to be eroding: one-fifth of American tech employees in a recent survey admit that they have stolen an object from their workplace or employer-for men, these things are often valued in the hundreds of dollars.
  • Careful Research Required in Selecting the Right CRM Solution
    Customer relationship management (CRM) is huge, and not just in spending and market size. Although the market is pretty substantial, with Garner estimating spending on CRM solutions will hit $36.5 billion by 2017. The scope of CRM itself is huge, encompassing a broad range of customer service tools that seems to be growing by the minute. And while businesses, and especially enterprises, are spending money on products and services, they need to better understand these tools to harness their full potential.
  • How Hosted VoIP Fared in 2014 and What Lies Ahead
    As we approach the closing of another year, the market trends are showing what has worked, what needs improvement, and what can be expected looking forward. The hosted VoIP market in particular demonstrated some growth opportunities for service providers, and we can thank cloud-based delivery models for that.
  • New Patents May Improve the Business VoIP Provider Experience
    VoIP has radically changed the way businesses communicate today. VoIP connections allow businesses to conduct voice calls over all over the world while avoiding the costly long-distance and international fees associated with traditional landlines. But VoIP doesn't simply replace wirelines as a way to make phone calls-VoIP allows for mobile communication from a wide range of wireless devices, and comes with a host of additional features such as voice and video conference calls.
  • Viber's Latest Update Makes It a Contender Against Skype
    As mobile phone usage starts to take the place of its landline counterpart, consumers are in search of inexpensive ways to communicate with friends and relatives across the globe. With VoIP being the global phenomenon that it is, text messaging and long-distance calls have seen a decrease over mobile networks as free VoIP services are more easily available.
  • As Mobility Looms, MDM May Need to be a Priority
    Has mobility hit your workforce? Even if yours is not a mobile environment, chances are your employees are bringing their own devices to the office and using them to access work email, shared documents and other applications while outside of your network. When this happens, you could be at risk if you don't have the right policies in place to govern use.
  • Are You a Small Business? Ditch the Landline, Go Wireless
    Small businesses, independent contractors, and other smaller organizations don't have to invest a lot of money into their communications infrastructure to seem like one of the big guys. In fact, with all of the mobile options available today, it's almost silly to even bother going with a landline, as it allows the more financially-conscious small business to spend their dollars on only one solution. The best solution? Wireless.
  • Business VoIP Networks Beware: PCI Compliance Deadline is Coming
    Most business VoIP providers and businesses operating over VoIP networks are likely aware of the looming deadline for those that regularly handle credit card transactions. This deadline, set for Jan. 1, 2015, will require that any company making credit card transactions be in compliance with the Payment Card Industry's PCI 3.0 platform. While PCI 3.0 security is typically thought of in relation to computers, any device attached to a network is implicated, including VoIP phone systems if you are using voice-over-internet-protocol (VoIP).
  • Qwilt Beefs Up Mobile Video Proposition with VP Appointment
    Qwilt, a provider of online video delivery and open video caching solutions, is ramping up its multiscreen efforts with the appointment of Canby Dautel as vice president of strategic mobile sales for the company.
  • Skype's VoIP Translator Could Change the Way We Do Business
    Imagine being able to converse through VoIP or video chat with someone who speaks an entirely different language using a platform that will translate that person's words for you in real time. For decades, this seemed like a dream technology cooked up by science fiction writers that didn't stand a chance of becoming a reality, but now live voice translation may be right around the corner.
  • Why You Need a BYOD Policy, Even Without Adoption
    Has your company planned for Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)? A number of organizations have embraced the opportunity, while others insist their current strategies are working beautifully. Business VoIP providers are offering solutions that fit the model, yet not all companies believe bringing personally owned devices onto the network is a good idea.
  • Reducing Stress for the Health of Employees and the Company
    Stress is a rather unavoidable circumstance that is a byproduct of heightened situations both at work and at home. Three out of every four American workers describe their work as stressful, according to research from Fairleigh Dickinson University, and those numbers are nothing to scoff at. It's imperative that managers and business owners help alleviate stress within the work place because not only is it terrible for employees, it's pretty bad for business, too.
  • BandTel to Acquire MCCT Matrix IVR Technology
    Information and communications technology (ICT) has introduced products and services to individual consumers and organizations that have simplified many of the costly and time-consuming actions we take every day. The field of IP communications and business VoIP has advanced far beyond just offering voice transport, and service providers now deliver value added services and applications not possible until recently. In order to stay ahead of the game, companies make key acquisitions of technologies that increase their offerings to their customers.
  • Palm Beach County to Use VoIP and UC Communications
    Setting up a unified communications (UC) solution for a government the size of Palm Beach County, Fla. is no small task for a business VoIP provider. With over 10,000 users and 300 locations, few solutions providers would be equal to the task of installing a new system that large, especially when 80 different telephone platforms have to be consolidated into one.
  • How to Find the Right Business VoIP Provider
    VoIP is an incredibly cost effective and efficient communication solution for businesses of all sizes today, but finding the right business VoIP provider can seem like a complicated process. It doesn't have to be. There are plenty of resources out there to help companies narrow down their searches and find the best VoIP fit for their needs-they just need to know where to look.
  • Survey Finds General Public's VoIP Knowledge is Lacking
    Today, businesses are flocking to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone systems, and even several residential subscribers are discovering the benefits of an IP phone system. Because VoIP compresses traditional analog signals into far more compact digital files, a higher quality of sound can be sent through far less expensive infrastructure. For the customer that means better phone service for less money, and will often include several other free features like call waiting or music on hold.
  • DSP Group's DVF99 VoIP SoC Chosen by Obihai
    Obihai, an innovative manufacturer of VoIP solutions, recently selected DSP Group's DVF99 VoIP SoC for its new line of IP phone models, the OBi1032 Manager and OBi1062 Professional.
  • Hosted Communications Market to be Worth $12B by 2018
    While the initial thought may be that these monthly figures eventually add up to more than the total initial investment, most companies spend the same amount or more having a dedicated IT team that takes care of the equipment. The cost of replacement parts also contributes to the expense of owning in-house systems, which simply makes it more expensive to own legacy equipment.
  • CANTO Conference Brings New Regulation Considerations to VoIP Providers
    Voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) service has been increasingly popular with a variety of businesses and everyday individuals out there eager to save a few dollars when it comes to the long-distance bill. To that end, a great many providers of such services have also shown up, eager to offer services and keep people connected for impressively low sums. But that drive toward increased VoIP isn't being felt everywhere, as down in the Bahamas, regulators are eying the process, and not liking what's being seen.
  • Judge a Technology Not by the Size of Its Gadget
    The Internet is full of some crazy memes, one of which includes pictures of yesterday that compare room-sized computers to our pocket-sized mobile devices, and how far we've come in terms of storage, use, and efficiency.
  • The DOT Weighing in on Ban of In-Flight Voice Calls
    Looking at your smartphone you have to be in awe at all the technology that is inside that small device making your life more manageable, that is until you are next to a person to whom the concept of volume control has completely elude them while talking on their device. If you are out in public you have the option of walking away from such a person and avoid the noise pollution, but what if it is happening at 35,000 ft. and you are trapped with this same individual in a plane.
  • Why Nexus IT's VoIP Service is Oh-So Tasty
    If communication is the lifeblood of every business, VoIP is its multivitamin. Along with the fact that it runs on existing infrastructure, it's also able to save enterprise users loads of cash they would have otherwise spent on expensive legacy PTSN lines. Savings could reach anywhere from 50 to 75 percent and there's nothing to pay in terms of installation.
  • Network Automation Can Help with VoIP Performance Monitoring
    As more companies adopt VoIP solutions, one of the most frequent issues they hear about from end users involves the quality of the calls made via VoIP when compared to traditional phone lines. It's a problem that can be very frustrating to solve for corporate IT personnel, as the performance of the VoIP call system and the routing network are intertwined.
  • Report: Wireless and VoIP Continues to Replace Wireline
    Surveys of consumer and business voice communication trends have shown a steady decline in wireline usage, replaced by Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) subscriptions and wireless adoption.
  • CounterPath Awarded Patent for Mobile VoIP Network
    The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has awarded patent No. US 8,763-which will help improve product performance, extend average product service life-to CounterPath Corporation. The patent, titled 'Network Based Authentication,' protects CounterPath's unique methods of authenticating a Voice over IP (VoIP) softphone application on a device via a GSM-based telephone network, rather than through traditional username/password requirements.
  • Digicel Blocks VoIP Services in the Caribbean
    Another day, another report of telecommunications provider Digicel cutting off VoIP services from interacting with its network. The Columbus CEO reported in a recent article on Digacel's decision to halt VoIP access throughout the Caribbean, and in all the countries in that region it has affected with its decision, customers are voicing their concerns.
  • Curse, Inc. Brings Voice Technology to Hi-Rez Studios
    While business VoIP providers may usually think of VoIP technology only in terms of the enterprise, it is becoming one of the most useful and versatile communications methods today. Hi-Rez Studios, creator of the popular online multiplayer game SMITE, has formed a partnership with Curse, Inc. to implement the gaming technology company's VoIP platform, called Curse Voice.


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