A "pure" single-vendor unified communications appears to largely be a myth. Most enterprises have opted for a best-of-breed, multi-vendor approach as part of their UC strategy. And it looks like it will remain that way.
Session initiation protocol (SIP) protocol is coming up on its twentieth birthday, so you'd think by now it would be a cinch to deploy a VoIP solution using SIP within an enterprise network. Apparently not.
More than 30 commercial voice-over-LTE networks and 51 million VoLTE subscribers are expected in North America and the Asia-Pacific region by the end of 2014, forecasts Infonetics Research.
Masergy is helping business customers bring their third-party cloud service to their network fold by becoming one of Amazon's Web Services Direct Connect partners.
Mobile device traffic growth is fueling demand for Diameter signaling controllers, with revenues forecast by Infonetics Research to increase at a 54 percent compound annual growth rate through 2018.
ORLANDO, Fla.-- Cloud communications firm Twilio launched on Monday its SIP from Twilio product, which is designed to expand its position in the enterprise market. Twilio enables enterprise app developers to build voice, VoIP and messaging features into their applications using a web-based application programming interface.
BroadSoft and Sonus Networks are partnering to integrate BroadSoft unified communications (UC) offerings with Sonus's line of session border controllers (SBCs) for service providers.
Zultys Inc. announced a new version of its Zultys Mobile Communicator, adding a WiFi-based SIP softphone to the mix to better support mobile and remote users on iPhones and iPads, while keeping a...
SIP trunking services to enable enterprise VoIP and other IP applications have taken off in the last year or so, with more carriers offering the service and more vendors offering session border
VoIP technology provider Vitelity Communications, partnering with Patton Electronics, has launched a communications bundle, SIP Enable, that allows legacy phone systems without native SIP