Tag Archives: VOIP

BT launches new VoIP platform

BT has launched a new platform that will support the company’s multi protocol label switching (MPLS), allowing the customer to connect directly to the IP Exchange system with the minimum amount.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Internet News: Broadband, Telecoms, Social Networks, ISP's

Virgin Media urges firms to use VoIP instead of flying

As the chaos at UK and European airports continues, one thing should be learnt by the disruption, that, as far as business goes, the internet could be used more for meetings.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Cable News

Tesco cancels VoIP service

Tesco will be phasing out its VoIP service over the next few weeks, until the 27th April when the service will be closed down completely. The company has not been allowing.. more
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VoIP maturity drives Rostrvm growth

As businesses plan to meet the challenges presented by 2010, one of the items on many Christmas lists is VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol technology), in the contact centre. Ken Reid of Rostrvm Solutions says, “With the ultimate vision of Unified Communications in mind and.. more
Posted in VoIP News

BT offers business users free phone calls

The broadband, phone and digital TV provider BT has created a new deal for business users that could help them cut back on the cost of phone calls. The plan is called the BT Business One Plan and it offers businesses unlimited calls to mobiles,.. more
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Shoretel in Middle East Expansion

IP phone company Shoretel has announced further investment in the Middle East following its launch in the region earlier in the year. The company is showcasing its unified communications solution at the Gitex Technology Week in Dubai, from 18th to 22nd October, as part of.. more
Posted in VoIP News

snom first with TR-069 standard for VoIP management

snom technology AG has become the first company to enable the auto configuration of VoIP terminals using the International Broadband Forum’s TR-069 standard. The new standard allows various devices to contact auto-configuration servers in order to automatically obtain the latest updates and security settings. It.. more
Posted in VoIP News

Skype sold for £1.2 billion

It was back in 2005 when the online auction house eBay bought the VoIP phone service Skype for £1.4 billion, but after never really being able to make anything from the this service, it seems that eBay is prepared to let it go at a.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Internet News: Broadband, Telecoms, Social Networks, ISP's

Can Micowave, Satellite & E-Band Backhaul work?

The Micowave, Satellite & E-Band Backhaul: Growth Prospects has been released: a study on the new developments in these sectors and the current market opportunities for growth in these areas. It also discusses vendors’ responses to customers’ needs and the demand for less costly and.. more
Posted in Mobile Phone News: Networks, Handsets, Mobile Computing

O2 internet goes down

Yesterday afternoon the O2 data network went down and, according to Twitter, it is still down. Nationwide users who pay monthly data contracts are reporting on Twitter that they are unable to send any SMS or texts via the internet and send emails, although most.. more
Posted in Mobile Phone News: Networks, Handsets, Mobile Computing