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Telecom Ramblings  Jun 22  Comment 
Voice was once the only thing telecom did, but is now just one of many types of data communications connected over endpoints that are now more often mobile and wireless than not.  The Voice over IP revolution started well over a decade ago, but...
Telecom Ramblings  Jun 19  Comment 
This Industry Viewpoint was authored by Patrick Lincoln, Director and Founder of SolutionIP With the spread of fast mobile and superfast fibre broadband, increased online streaming and mounting dependence on cloud and VoIP, demand for telecoms...
Cellular News  Jun 3  Comment 
VoIP telephony provider, Skype has confirmed that it is trying to fix a bug that can cause its chat apps to repeatedly crash. Click here for more.
The Economic Times  May 10  Comment 
Says VOIP calls cannot be brought under ‘same service same rules’ umbrella as they were fundamentally different from traditional telephony.
Benzinga  May 7  Comment 
Avis Budget Group is making it easier for travelers to stay connected. The Company today announced that Avis Car Rental and Budget Car Rental customers can now rent tablets at participating locations across the United States. Tablets available...
TechCrunch  Apr 27  Comment 
 It’s not polite to call someone out of the blue anymore. Best to text them first. That’s why Facebook thinks video calling will live naturally inside Messenger. Today, Messenger is launching free VOIP video calling over cellular and wifi...
TechCrunch  Apr 24  Comment 
 WhatsApp’s new voice calling feature for iOS is decent quality and easy to use, but the experience doesn’t beat dedicated VoIP apps for clarity. At this point, at least. Read More
TechCrunch  Apr 22  Comment 
 Facebook Messenger wants to replace the telephone, not just SMS, and it’s on its way. Messenger now makes up 10% of global mobile Voice Over IP calls, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said during today’s Q1 2015 earnings call. And Zuckerberg said that...
Telecom Ramblings  Apr 22  Comment 
Of all the services out there that the cloud revolution may transform, voice is by far the one with the longest legacy history and widespread deployment.  The VoIP revolution has taken a decade already, and still isn’t anywhere near complete...
Telecom Ramblings  Mar 6  Comment 
This Industry Viewpoint was contributed by Tyler Cross, software engineer at Bandwidth As a curious software engineer working at a telecommunications company it was only a matter of time until I started learning about server-side VoIP software...




 

Juan Deaton I get pretty good vcsriee with Skype also. I'm very impressed with the QoS that is provides despite the fact that I have just DSL.If a network is properly implemented with Diffserv, MPLS and other QoS enhancing network tools a VoIP network has significant advantages over the PSTN. Once power backup is installed on IP servers availability of VoIP will go up considerably.Take for instance hurricane Katrina, the only way the Mayor of New Orleans could call the president with long distance was with Vonage. It's because of the single points of failure in the PSTN. Since IP is self healing it was able to properly route the call.June 18, 2007 | 9:50 am

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