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VoIP solutions are likely to benefit from more people around the world seeking to access the internet using satellite technology, according to research from Global Industry Analysts.
The technology has been tipped as a possible way to provide broadband services in more remote, rural communities where it will be much more difficult to deploy conventional broadband infrastructure.
VoIP solutions provider MetaSwitch has announced a strategic alliance with one of Argentina’s leading systems integrators as part of its on-going expansion into the South American market.
The link-up with Technology Bureau will enable it to offer advanced IP voice services to residential and business subscribers.
SoliCall has signed three international deals with companies from the UK, US and India for its noise reduction and echo cancellation (AEC) technology.
The Israel-based provider of software for VoIP solutions, mobile phones and IP PBXs has developed patent pending algorithms for audio improvement.
Roccat has launched the first headset to provide a microphone and earphones that can be used with PCs as well as mobile phones.
The Vire Mobile Communication Gaming Headset is designed for use with VoIP solutions and more general communications.
One of the US’s largest providers of VoIP solutions, Cypress Communications, is to announce shortly that it is expanding operations into Europe and the Middle East.
After more than 20 years providing managed communication solutions to clients across the States, the Atlanta, Georgia-based company is to extend its network internationally.
Almost half of the IT organisations around the world have a VoIP network, according to a British Telecom study.
The UK telecoms company also found that a further 20 per cent are in the process of deploying VoIP solutions, with 71 per cent of these expected to be operational within two years.