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VoLTE network deployments, subscribership to take off next year, says Infonetics

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.

Mobile growth spurs strong Diameter signaling controller revenues, says Infonetics

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.

Ericsson delivers first LTE business gateway, receives Verizon certification

Ericsson Converged Workspace is essentially an office in a box that provides office communications using an LTE link from Verizon Wireless.

XO expands wholesale IP play

XO Communications is expanding its base of Acme Packet session border controllers to help support its wholesale VoIP customers. XO runs a large fiber-based business IP network. It entered the

UC security urgent priority

There has been lots said about VoIP security but not much about vulnerabilities around Unified Communications. And while there have not been any high profile embarrassments, the arrival of

Clearwire to offer its own VoIP service

Wireless broadband provider Clearwire is getting into the VoIP business, teaming up with Nortel to offer a SIP-based IP voice service from its own infrastructure. The move into voice is a expansion

Skype resists inter-operability

The vexed issue of VoIP interoperability has been reopened by Dan York at the Disruptive Technology blog who's latched onto an

SIP adoption causing security holes

As companies move from simple IP telephony to unified communications the continued adoption of the highly flexible SIP protocol is exposing enterprises to increased security risks says VoIP security

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Fresh VoIP vulnerabilities for 2008

More vulnerabilities, but lower on the critical scale--that seems to be the message emerging from security experts as they look forward to the world of VoIP in 2008. How important are they, and what