IPv6 is coming soon, whether IT departments like it or not. So it's best to be prepared rather than ignore or resist the process. That appears to be the philosophy behind the SIP Forum's recent decision to set up a SIP over IPv6 Task Force.
With fresh cash from its latest funding round, Freevoice, a Brea, Calif.-based VoIP service provider, is expanding its customer capacity to over 10,000 channels.
As more enterprises undertake SIP trunking migration, interoperability has become a key issue--an issue that the SIP Forum is tackling head on.
Feeling the heat from Swedish subscribers, TeliaSonera, a Stockholm-based telecom carrier, has reversed plans to charge for mobile VoIP services, MarketWatch is reporting.
Telstra plans to expand its VoIP offering beyond businesses to consumers, and later to mobile devices.
The California legislation has passed a bill, SB 1161, that would prohibit the state from regulating VoIP or other Internet-based voice services. The bill now awaits the signature of Gov. Jerry Brown, who has not taken a position on the bill.
When a sector of the communications services industry starts to get heavily hyped, the positioning of services can start to get blurred. There could be some danger of that happening now in the so-called unified communications (UC) realm.
Sophos Mobile Control 2.5, despite its mid-version name, is a significant upgrade to the company's mobile management software.
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IT software management developer SolarWinds last week introduced new performance monitoring capabilities for VoIP services aimed at enterprises expanding to more advanced unified communication services.