public marks

PUBLIC MARKS with tags mobile & telephony

December 2006

February 2006

January 2006

November 2005

Samsung Introduces Mobile VoIP Application

by teleclick
Samsung has introduced its latest enterprise-level wireless application, called OfficeServ Wireless, which is designed to transfer voice data over a wireless VoIP connection.

Free VoIP without the PC

by teleclick
Taiwan-based Accton Technology yesterday unveiled its new Skype-friendly Wi-Fi phone, called the SkyFone WM1185-T.

October 2005

New Mobile VoIP Network Planned in Japan

by teleclick
Recent reports suggest that Japan’s Internal Affairs and Communications Ministry is considering starting a government-sponsored mobile VoIP network.

Samsung Releases Enterprise-Class VoIP Application

by teleclick
Samsung has just introduced OfficeServ, a new wireless VoIP application, which provides support for numerous voice and data functions.

September 2005

UK Start-Up to Launch Internet Telephony Service

by teleclick
The British telecommunications start-up, Timico is planning to launch a Skype-style internet telephony service, for business users.

Skype Makes Deal with Mobile Phone Carrier

by teleclick
The new deal will allow E-Plus’s 9.8 million customers to bundle unlimited Skype VoIP service with their wireless web subscriptions.

Mobile VoIP Agreement Reached in Finland

by teleclick
Reports from Helsinki, Finland indicate that a final agreement has been reached regarding the transfer of cellular provider Saunalahti’s mobile phone traffic to the Elisa VoIP network.

August 2005

Telecommunications Industry News

by teleclick
Interesting news about the telecommunications industry.

April 2005

BT to Launch Converged Bluetooth and GSM Mobile Phone

by smudie
BT, the UK's largest fixed line carrier, is about to launch a converged handset that can connect via Bluetooth and GSM - code named, the Bluephone. In other words, you'll be able to make calls via your landline (via Bluetooth) when you're in range - like cordless phones work today. But when you move out of range, the GSM network will take over.

Active users

UpperDog
last mark : 14/12/2006 21:28

mroberts
last mark : 03/02/2006 04:01

teleclick
last mark : 11/11/2005 10:43

smudie
last mark : 07/04/2005 15:13