Digium, the self-proclaimed “Asterisk Company,” is turning into the jack-of-all-trades company. For Enterprise Connect in Orlando this week, the company has rolled out “the first” of a family of VoIP gateways. Last month (well, more like two months ago), the company introduced its first IP phones at IT EXPO. I’m betting a cloud services [...]
Verizon Business (www.verizonbusiness.com) has upgraded its VoIP SLA for businesses and introduced Switzerland to its VoIP portfolio of services.
The new SLA guarantees a MOS score of 4.0 – up from 3.8 – and introduces a new four-hour mean-time-to-repair metric if you’re willing to pay for it. Currently, the SLA is available for all [...]
XO Communications (www.xo.com) says it serving over one million business VoIP end-user customers. So much for voice and VoIP being dead.
The company’s XO IP Flex service was launched in April 2005. Depending on how you want to slice the numbers, Frost & Sullivan says says XO is the VoIP access services market leader [...]
Making free phone calls just got easier through Google(www.google.com) (so long we all remember that “free” is not really free, but subsidized through someone else’s money) via “Voice Calls from Gmail.”
More specifically, you need a Gmail account and calls through your computer to American and Canadian numbers are free through “at least” [...]
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Phone.com (www.phone.com) has cranked out a whole bunch of mobile features for its SMB service, including clients for the iPhone and Apple plus SMB send support on phone.com phone numbers.
Released in June, Phone.com added the Phone.com Mobile VoIP client for the iPhone and the [...]
Verizon Global Wholesale (www.verizon.com) is touting VoIP this wek. The company announced VoIP minutes grew more than 200 percent in 2009 as compared to the previous year.
New VoIP enhancements and features planned this year include the development of “more robust” VoIP network interfaces in Europe, caller-provided CLI and greater integration into customer portals.
Verizon (www.verizon.com) Global Wholesale has added IPsec tunneling to its SIP Gateway Service, toll free IP termination, and carrier IP termination transport. All three services can share a single IPsec connection.
According to Verizon, it is the only “major provider” offering IPSec, adding an additional layer of standardized security goodness without requiring vendor-specific security [...]
Next week, I’ll be traveling to Huntsville for ADTRAN’s press event. The company’s been hinting at new announcements on the SMB/VoIP side of the house. Will have to break out the Flip Video camera for the tour of the manufacturing line.