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01 November 2005

VoIP Risk Assessment Solution Launched

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.

20 October 2005

New Mobile VoIP Network Planned in Japan

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

17 October 2005

Is the Government Tracking Your Cell Phone?

The Missouri Transportation Department is finalizing plans to make use of cell phones in monitoring real-time traffic congestion on that state’s 5,500 miles of major roads.

New Google Wi-Fi Details Surface

Google’s eight-page proposal for a free Wi-Fi network in San Francisco has now been publicly released, and with it come new details about the company’s plans.

13 October 2005

Nokia and Ericsson to Use Lower GSM Frequencies

Mobile giants, Ericsson and Nokia have both announced plans to begin using the 450MHz radio spectrum to operate their GSM networks.

07 October 2005

EarthLink to Offer Wi-Fi Cellular Service

The internet service provider, EarthLink, is making plans to enter the cell phone business, by offering voice service over its citywide wireless networks.

06 October 2005

Vernier Enhances Edgewall Network Security Functions

Vernier Networks has announced the introduction of a new network access management application called EdgeWall Rx.

04 October 2005

SBC to Provide Texan Credit Union with VoIP Services

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.

03 October 2005

Google Proposes Free Wi-Fi Network In San Francisco

Google spokesman, Nate Tyler, has recently confirmed that Google is proposing to provide free Wi-Fi internet access to residents of San Francisco.

27 September 2005

HotSpot Switching to ElevenOS Broadband Management System

HotSpot International, Latin America’s biggest provider of hotel broadband services, has announced that they will now be using ElevenOS™ (the flagship product of Eleven® Wireless) to manage the guest access networks, which they provide to hotel patrons.

T-Mobile Releases Network Status Report

T-Mobile USA issued a report yesterday, regarding the state of its wireless network in Texas and Louisiana after Saturday’s arrival of Hurricane Rita.

26 September 2005

Verizon Rushes to Repair Hurricane Damage

Verizon Wireless has deployed thousands of workers to repair damaged equipment in areas affected by Hurricane Rita.

23 September 2005

Ottawa-Based Nimcat Networks Sold to Avaya Inc.

Avaya Inc., a provider of business communications systems, announced this Tuesday that is has acquired the privately held Nimcat Networks, an Ottawa-based maker of VoIP phone-embedded smartphone software.

21 September 2005

Google Begins Testing New Wi-Fi Service

Internet search giant, Google, confirmed on Tuesday that it is beginning to test a free wireless internet service, called Google Wi-Fi.

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