One thing Unified Communications has not done yet is render the circuit-switched network obsolete. The technology that was supposed to have done that ten years ago, may be making a comeback.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Wednesday, April 23 including home screen customization apps becoming the next mobile obsession, BlackBerry's BES 10 security patch for Heartbleed vulnerability, the surge in marketing budgets this year according to IDC, increased investment by mobile operators in deep packet inspection and IP multimedia subsystem as an alternative to UC in the enterprise.
In IP communications it's imperative that we keep our gateways secure. With more and more companies merging their VoIP, Wireless and UC systems, the need for increased security as well as quality of
It's always nice to have a test run before going live with a product for your customers. In the current market where telecom networks are in a state of transition and IP is replacing the old school
Synergy Research Group released their newest report describing the market share break down of the VoIP markets and showing what's been driving the carrier VoIP market. In "Carrier VoIP Q4 2009 and YE
A new Infonetics report claims the worldwide service provider Voice over IP equipment revenue totaled $595 million in Q3 09, which was only a slight decline from the last quarter. Infonetics Research
Cedar Point, an integrated VoIP switching technologies provider, announced a next generation solution geared towards cable MSOs and network service providers. The company argues the new solution will
A new Infonetics research report on second-quarter carrier VoIP spending shows some signs of life for the industry, which has been battered due to reduced carrier capex amid the recession. Global
IMS may no longer be an over-hyped telecom acronym, but an Infonetics survey reveals service providers are making progress with their IMS deployment plans. In its IMS Plans: Global Service Provider
IntelePeer, a hosted "Communications-as-a-Service" provider, announced it is expanding its Sonus Networks-based network to handle rapidly increasing IP traffic. IntelePeer said it first deployed