VoIP will be a mainstream technology for business users. Voice over IP is perhaps the hottest technology in the telecommunications industry today. VoIP-based services will grow even more as a mainstream technology for business use. Expect a lot of competition for the trillions of minutes and billions of dollars’ worth of voice calls that business [...]
Archive for December, 2004
WorldTeq announces a partnership with an established company in the VoIP marketplace.
“Beginning in January, our new sales team will begin aggressively marketing our expanded VoIP services. While we have previously offered some VoIP services, the accepting marketplace is allowing us to focus more resources in this area. Bandwidth availability has increased ten-fold in [...]
Denver-based Qwest and burly cable provider Comcast could soon be knocking heads over low-cost residential Internet telephone customers.
Qwest, Colorado’s largest phone company, plans to launch its voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) service early next year across its 14-state territory. It already sells the service to business customers in more than 100 markets, including Denver.
Philadelphia-based Comcast, [...]
Cybertel Communications Corporation has shipped its VoIP (Voice over the Internet) CyberPhones to US troops in Iraq loaded with over 6,000 hours of long distance calling time.
Based upon its successful benchmark over the holidays, when Cybertel first made its VoIP telephones available to our GI’s for calls back home to their families, Cybertel’s VoIP [...]
A Minnesota agency may not regulate calls through cyberspace as it does calls through traditional phone lines, a federal appeals court ruled. The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission had argued that VOIP companies were providing phone-like service and therefore should be regulated in the same manner as traditional phone companies. VOIP providers said [...]
The companies said their collaboration is designed to develop standards-based speech processing and performance management solutions.
“Global IP Sound’s core strength lies in enabling VoIP services to withstand up to 30 percent packet loss and maintain telephony-grade voice quality or better due to the unique design and configuration of its software platform,” said Alan Clark, [...]