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10 November 2005

FCC Relaxes VoIP 911 Deadline

by teleclick
The American FCC has slightly relaxed their position on VoIP 911 emergency compliance rules, ruling that VoIP providers don’t have to cut off service to customers in areas that aren’t properly covered. They will not, however, be able to add any new customers in these areas until coverage is brought up to standard.

VoIP: The Ongoing Telecom Revolution

by teleclick
Although it is still a developing technology, VoIP broadband telephony has become increasingly popular over the last couple of years. According to In-Stat, the number of VoIP subscribers in the US will likely be over 3.2 million by the end of this year.

09 November 2005

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.

08 November 2005

Another Free Internet Telephony Service Hits the Market

by teleclick
Telecommunications service provider, Yak Communications Inc. has made a deal with CounterPath Solutions, a premier provider of VoIP, SIP, and Instant Messaging services, allowing Yak to release a powerful new voice and video-enabled peer-to-peer VoIP network.

02 November 2005

YackPack

by imran & 8 others
Send audio messages to one or many people inside a private group

01 November 2005

VoIP Risk Assessment Solution Launched

by teleclick
VoIPshield Systems Inc. has launched a new application to assess VoIP risk and vulnerability. This will allow organizations and corporate users to pinpoint and respond to threats before they affect the operations of IP telephony networks.

26 October 2005

Skype Security Flaws Discovered

by teleclick
Skype has just issued security patches for two critical bugs involving their popular internet telephony software. The recently discovered bugs would have made it possible for hackers to run hostile code on computers running vulnerable versions of Skype.

25 October 2005

Fraudulent Behavior the Biggest VoIP Security Threat

by teleclick
The VoIP Security Alliance (VoIPSA) has recently reported that the greatest threat to VoIP security is the growth of fraudulent and deceptive behavior around the technology.

24 October 2005

Telephone Companies Attempting to Sabotage VoIP

by teleclick
A number of phone companies from around the world have recently taken the drastic step of blocking VoIP traffic from being transferred over their lines.

US Robotics Releases New USB Phone

by teleclick
Modem and networking market leader, US Robotics, has announced the shipment of its new USB Internet Phone, the USR9600. This is the company’s first VoIP hardware release, and the beginning of a major line of such products.

23 October 2005

22 October 2005

Talking in the Dark

by imran
Wifi meshes in disaster zones

20 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.

19 October 2005

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.

12 October 2005

eBay Removes Skype Brand Name From Buttons

by teleclick
It appears that eBay has been making some questionable decisions regarding the future of the Skype internet telephony service, which they purchased last month for over $2 billion.

10 October 2005

Sprint Brings Lawsuit against Vonage and Voiceglo

by teleclick
Sprint Nextel Corp. has recently announced that they are filing a patent infringement lawsuit against VoIP telephony providers Voiceglo, and Vonage.

05 October 2005

Telus Takes Cautious Approach to Residential VoIP

by teleclick
Over the past few months, many major telecom and cable companies in Canada, including Bell and Rogers, have begun offering Voice over IP service to residential subscribers.

Many Have the Wrong Impression about VoIP

by teleclick
According to a recent survey by the US-based Level 3Communications, 66% of people believe that switching to VoIP telephony services would be a hassle.

04 October 2005

SBC to Provide Texan Credit Union with VoIP Services

by teleclick
SBC Communications has just obtained a three-year contract to provide VoIP telephony and network services to Texans Credit Union, a non-profit financial institution based in Richardson, Texas.

Nuera Introduces SIP Media Gateway

by teleclick
Nuera Communications Inc. has unveiled the SGX-100 SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) media gateway, which will help large enterprises and small service providers establish cost-effective presence points, and connect to public telephone networks.

03 October 2005

Texas Instruments Announces Enterprise Level VoIP Gateway

by teleclick
Texas Instruments Inc. has announced today that it will be providing a new VoIP gateway platform targeted at enterprise applications.

Telus Strike Causes Surge in Vonage Subscriptions

by teleclick
Ever since the strike begun at Telus, Vonage has had a surge in new subscribers from Alberta and British Columbia (Telus’s primary service areas).

02 October 2005

Skype to Better Connect eBay Buyers and Sellers

by teleclick
Ever since eBay signed the $2.6+ billion agreement to purchase Skype, people have been wondering why they were willing to pay so much for a service, which is essentially free.

30 September 2005

New Skype Software Version Released

by teleclick
Skype has recently launched the latest version of its popular VoIP software for Windows. Some of Version 1.4’s most notable new features include call forwarding and support for customized ringtones.

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