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Kerio's new Asterisk-based Operator 1.2 adds support for analog lines

UC vendor Kerio Technologies, looking to push deeper into the SMB market, this week rolled out its latest iteration of its IP PBX phone system, Kerio Operator 1.2, which now is based on Asterisk 1.8.

LiveVox rolls out click-to-call manual dialing for cell phones

LiveVox, a provider of private VoIP cloud and integrated contact center applications, today announced click-to-call manual dialing for cell phones that segregate cell phone numbers from predictive

Skype to integrate with Windows Phone 'soon…' maybe

The military axiom "hurry up, and wait," could well become Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT)'s own when it comes to integrating its Skype VoIP and video calling app with its Windows Phone. Skype--which was

GMN debuts maritime satellite VoIP services

Global Marine Networks and Vobal Technologies are partnering to make VoIP services available to maritime customers. Vobal technology is being integrated as part of GMN's RedPort Global maritime

Sprint sues four cable operators for VoIP patent infringment

Sprint Nextel is suing Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC), Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA), Cox and Cable One, claiming the service providers infringed on a dozen of its VoIP patents. The suits, which were filed

Skype offering free Wi-Fi hotspots for travelers at over 50 U.S. airports

Click here to zoom in on this map. Facing the delight of air travel this holiday season? Have some last minute shopping to do while you're waiting for your flight to be called in Spokane,

ShoreTel, Ruckus team on mobile UC 'starter kit' for SMBs

ShoreTel (Nasdaq: SHOR) is partnering with Ruckus Wireless to deliver a mobile Unified Communications Starter Kit for SMBs and combines Wi-Fi and VoIP products. The service is designed to help

Report: Hybrid-PBX systems lead global market recovery in Q3

The global PBX market showed signs of recovery in the third quarter after two sequential quarters of decline, according to new research. Infonetics, in a report on PBX phone systems, VoIP gateways,

Skype wants British operators to stop managing VoIP traffic; Ofcom may agree

With Great Britain's regulatory agency suggesting it may intervene, Skype is gearing up its push to force negotiations with mobile phone operators who have been blocking VoIP calls from their

Russian airport to start Skype check-ins for flights

Moscow's Sheremetyevo International Airport is allowing passengers to check-in for their flights using Skype. The program, which the airport says is the first of its kind in the world, works along