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Business integrity at risk with cloud-hosted VoIP
"The performance of organisations' cloud-based telephony systems is only as reliable and secure as the network in which they are delivered."
Huawei leads thriving VoIP market
“Spending related to VoLTE deployments is starting to pick up, fuelling continued strong growth in the service provider VoIP and IMS market."
VoIP and gaming go hand-in-hand
New research has found gamers have a more positive game experience when using voice communication and would prefer using a standardised service.
Social media platforms causing VoIP revival
In the age of hyper connectivity, VoIP is enjoying a very mainstream renaissance across business and consumer usage.
VoIP: Not cheap but worth it
While VoIP is not necessarily cheap, it offers added value by increasing agility and flexibility, and encouraging business evolution.
Verizon rolls out Wireless Connected VoIP
“We see this as an ideal offering particularly for our business VoIP customers that communicate with people on the go.”
Sonus hosts Real-Time Communications 101 webinar
"From VoIP to IM and video conferencing to presence and collaboration, real-time communications is transforming the way businesses communicate."
Patton commits to providing top quality new-generation VoIP
Patton has completed testing of its new generation of enterprise session border controllers for interoperability with BroadSoft’s BroadWorks platform.
WhatsApp for iOS updated
The new version 2.12.5 includes the ability for users to include videos in chat backups.
Cambium Networks completes world first
This week Cambium Networks set a new world record for the longest network link recorded to date.
Understanding the pros and cons of VoIP
“As VoIP runs over the same network as all your other data, and VoIP can be your weakest link, make sure from the outset that it isn’t.”
Enterprises turn to new UC technologies
The need to leverage UC&C to boost efficiency, productivity and competitiveness is encouraging businesses to adopt new communications technologies.
Top 7 trends in telephony
Usage of mobile VoIP service will increase, which will influence the fixed-line market; it will decrease as people prefer to be mobile.
Phone scams: increasing numbers, wider scope
ESET takes a look at phone fraud, the impact of technology in terms of spoofing and VoIP, and the growing use of cell phones.
WhatsApp brings slew of new features to Android
WhatsApp has added new features to the instant messaging application for Android users.
Enterprise media gateways in high demand
Enterprise media gateways, also known as the Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) gateways, are growing in demand in a number of industries.
New VoIP app takes on the telcos
Ringr, a new smartphone app, provides VoIP communications and aims to get people moving from telco providers to apps.
How to pick a business VoIP solutions provider
When done correctly, a business VoIP, cloud PBX, IP-PBX, hosted VoIP solution is a marvellous example of how modern technology can cut business costs.
Head to Soft Solutions' Grandstream seminars, taking place this week
This week Soft Solutions and Grandstream are presenting an in-depth exploration of Grandstream’s range of VoIP solutions.
VoIP vulnerable to cyber attacks
"VoIP doesn’t only bring reduced costs, it also brings threats and vulnerabilities unprecedented to the telephone industry.”
The evolution of telephony
Analog - switchboard - digital - VoiP... technology has changed the way people communicate with each other.
Kiwi firm Think I.T signs on as 3CX reseller
Impressive results from implementing 3CX Phone System has driven Think I.T to sign on as a reseller.
A guide to interconnection for small VoIP providers
IP-to-IP interconnections are more convenient for VoIP startups as it is enough to have a VoIP softswitch without any additional gateways or cards.
SIP trunks – what is the adoption in NZ?
SIP trunks have been around for a number of years but you could say that New Zealand has been slow to get going with SIP.