Wireless companies do have options beyond just buying up spectrum.
VoIP provider Virtutone Networks has launched a wholesale division through which it will provide telephony services to other carriers. The company will use the new division to see VoIP services to
VoIP Supply is targeting enterprise customers with its new LifeSize Connections HD Bundles, a cloud-based, HD videoconferencing infrastructure as a service (IaaS) offering. The packages come with
Over the past several months, Cisco has refocused its business back to its core products: networking gear. It has been a gut check, of sorts, for the company aimed at assuring service providers and
Zhone Technologies announced a new multiple access line concentrator deployment with Italian regional operator Convergenze. The deployment will allow Convergenze to increase its network bandwidth and
Fonality has received its E-Rate certification from the Universal Service Administration Company, meaning it can assist school district customers in leveraging cost-effective advanced communications
A Europen telecom regulator is accusing telecom companies of routinely using traffic management rules to interfere with VoIP traffic as well as peer-2-peer file sharing. Data from some 400 European
VoIP provider netTalk, which has been aggressively expanding the shelf presence of its VoIP phone, netTalk Duo, at a number of U.S. stores, said it plans to roll out netTalk Duo Wi-Fi in early April.
Cloud-based IP telephony provider Telanetix's (OTC:TNXI) fourth quarter voice revenue jumped 21 percent year-over-year to $6.6 million, up from $5.5 million in the fourth quarter of 2010, a result of
Canadian VoIP provider Link2VoIP, citing ballooning costs, the rapid increase of competitive services, and the current political climate surrounding the Internet, announced it was shutting down May