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Study: European operators regularly block VoIP traffic

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

NetTalk launches Wi-Fi VoIP device, service at Target stores

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.

Telanetix issues strong guidance for 2012 after solid Q4

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 shutting doors

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

GrandCentral co-founder back at the VoIP drawing board?

The founder of GrandCentral--which eventually became Google Voice--apparently is back in his old stomping grounds. Craig Walker, who sold the VoIP technology to Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) for some $50

Telcentris launches short duration call service built on VoxOx VoIP platform

Telcentris, which created Skype competitor VoxOx and has been expanding its white label VoIP portfolio in the past year, has rolled out a new service that it says fills a void for businesses with a

J2 Global acquires Aussie cloud voice service provider Zintel

J2 Global Communications (Nasdaq: JCOM) continued its torrid acquisition streak, today announcing it had added Australian cloud voice service provider Zintel Communications. The purchase, details of

Skype finally arrives (in beta) on the Windows Phone

It's taken a while, but Skype finally is going to be available of Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) Windows Phone. However, the free VoIP service is rolling out in beta form only, with a Gold version

Infonetics: VoIP, IMS equipment market to grow to $3.8B by 2016

Despite increased activity in the carrier VoIP and IP Multimedia Subsystem equipment market in the fourth quarter, the segment tracked down for the year, according to a new report from Infonetics.

FCC dials up new, narrowed VoIP outage reporting rules

Interconnected VoIP providers will be required to report major outages to the Federal Communications Commission, bringing them in line with other telephone service providers and giving the FCC a