Velocity VoIP has recently launched a VoIP Portal that is said to facilitate easy access to all the services that Velocity offers to its customers. Velocity, being a major provider of hosted VoIP switching and billing solutions for most VoIP services providers, has just brought their services closer to their customers.Read more
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There are several competing VoIP providers that make the service available at affordable rates to residential users.Read more
Velocity VoIP is one of the most innovative hosted VoIP infrastructure providers out there. In 2011, the Boca Raton, Florida-based company took a major step in its quest by choosing PortaOne PortaSwitch Procinctus. This is PortaOne’s fully redundant and high capacity product and is its core convergent softswitch billing software.Read more
Calls to retender a contract worth about $6 million that was awarded to an Ontario firm were rejected by a city committee, despite protests from MTS, the losing bidder.Read more
TDS Telecommunication announced that it has been named as Polycom’s platinum level choice partner. Polycom is the international standards-based unified communications and collaborations. TDS has joined the selected group of VOIP providers in achieving the platinum status for the fourth year in a row. This status is achieved by less than 5% of service providers and it is based on their level of expertise, performance and experience.Read more
Small to medium-sized businesses primarily shift to VoIP services because of the cost savings they offer.
That’s the conclusion of a new report from Infonetics Research, which also points to powerful features as a secondary motive for SMBs to switch to IP telephony.
Microsoft is to ban apps that enable VoIP services over carriers’ networks from its Windows MarketPlace for Mobile store when it launches in the second half of this year.
The VoIP app restriction is among the 12 application types forbidden in a list of "rules" announced by Microsoft.
Fluke Networks has released a new version of its NetAlly VoIP Assessment and Troubleshooting Software designed to help eliminate risk associated with deploying or expanding VoIP services.
Version 7.0 of the package works by assessing the current state of the network and previewing the service before it is deployed on that network.
Cisco is developing a 320Mbps cable modem – the DPC3212.
It will be one of the first to use the DOCSIS 3.0 standard to pass 300Mbps.
Equipped with a new Broadcom chip, it joins eight – rather than four – cable channels together to reach the maximum speed.
VoIP services in Europe are growing at a blistering pace and reshaping the fixed-line market, according to a report from TeleGeography.
Consumer IP telephony subscribers reached 25.3 million at year-end 2007, up from 15 million in 2006, and only 6.5 million in 2005.