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Philips VP5500 WiFi VoIP phone launches

The Philips VP5500 WiFi VoIP phone was announced way back in September 2005 and it was finally launched today in the Netherlands of all places. No offense Netherlands, but how come you get first dibs on this cool phone? :(...

Tello a near term solution?

Tello was launched today by Pulver with some help from Craig McCaw, telecom banker Michael Price and former Apple CEO John Sculley. What is Tello? Tello enables enterprise users to see the presence of the person they are trying...

Google Talk and VoIP on Sony PSP?

SIPThat's popular blogger, Erik Lagerway pondered in a blog post last year if the Sony PSP would one day run a VoIP (Voice over IP) client. In fact, he hinted while working at Xten (now CounterPath) that they could should...

Gabcast audio blogger service

Gabcast is an interesting new service that lets you instantly create podcasts for your blog with integration with your blogging software. While, this in itself is nothing new, AudioBlog has been doing it successfully for awhile, the neat thing about...

VoIP Calls Recorder software

Came across another VoIP call recorder from Duxoft Software that captures the RTP stream for recording your VoIP calls. VoIP Calls Recorder is a piece of software that records your conversations in any of the major VoIP protocols, inclusing H.323,...

Kapanga adds open source video codec to SIP softphone

Kapanga Softphone, a SIP-based softphone announced by Ecotronics Ventures is integrating Theora (Xiph Foundation's open source video codec) into its SIP-based video capabilitiesThe latest version of Kapanga Softphone now supports Xiph.org Foundation's Theora, the open source video codec based upon...

CommuniGate Pro 5.0 SIP Farm

Yesterday, I had a conference call with CommuniGate Systems, a developer of scalable carrier-class IP-based communications solutions, about their impending launch of its new SIP Farm, which was just launched today. SIP Farm runs on their CommuniGate Pro Dynamic Cluster...

GLOOTIX offers encrypted VoIP

I came across a new VoIP company, called GLOOTIX, that is offering VoIP encryption and they are utilizing the SIP standard. According to their blog, "Today, we're celebrating the birth of the first encrypted VoIP provider in Europe! GLOOTIX arrives,...

Converged Mobile VoIP solution

Imagine being able to have a converged VoIP & data solution that services your mobile phone, your (mobile) laptop, and your (mobile) PDA with a single VoIP number. Well, today Tatara Systems, a leader in mobile services convergence, announced availability...

VoIP, PSTN, Web conferencing solution for service providers

There are several web conferencing solutions that let you collaborate, including WebEx, Interwise, and Raindance. Some of them feature both PSTN dial-in and VoIP capabilities and some don't. Some conferencing providers have video and some don't. Regardless, many service providers...

Skype goes retail - sold at Radio Shack

CNet is reporting that Skype will be sold at retail stores, starting with Radio Shack.The Luxembourg-based Net telephony company, founded by the people behind the Kazaa peer-to-peer service, is expected to announce on Monday that it has struck a partnership...

PalmSource joins Linux Phone Standards (LiPS) Forum

Some news from PalmSource, about them joining a forum that is trying to "standardize" Linux components and APIs that run on mobile phone devices. The reason why Microsoft has been making such strong in-roads in the mobile phone market arena...

Linksys One

On June 15, I made a bold prediction about Linksys. I predicted, "I'm going to go out on a limb and make a prediction that Linksys will sell a turnkey, "plug and play" SOHO IP-PBX in 2006 ". I received...

Microsoft and Cisco think ICE is cool stuff!

Microsoft and Cisco Think ICE Is Cool Stuff!By ROBERT LIU and TOM KEATINGTMCnet EditorsOne of the biggest technological challenges confronting the voice over IP (VoIP) industry has always been the firewall. That’s because stray voice signaling and media packets...

Juniper news

Juniper Networks has been very busy at Internet Telephony Conference and Expo announcing a few worthy news items. I've been busy, so didn't have time to blog these when the stories broke.- Juniper Networks, Inc. two days ago announced it...

SIP AV Software Development Kit (SIP AV SDK)

In my AOL TotalTalk blog entry I wondered if AOL was using Pingtel's open-source softphone. I wrote:I am going to assume that similar to Earthlink's Vling, AOL is using Pingtel's open-source SIP-based softphone client. Let me break out my HEX...

Unlimited Free Conference Calls Anywhere In The World Using Any Type Of Calling Device

FreeConferenceCall claims to be the "world’s largest free conference provider". Ok, 'largest' may or may not be "hyperbole", but I thought for sure they were joking when they said they were "free", so I checked out their website and they...

Keep your eye on Eyeball Networks

"I sense a shift in the force." As most in the VoIP blogosphere already knew, Eyeball Networks, a developer of VoIP and video telephony software for service providers and device manufacturers, hired Eric Lagerway, as their Chief Operating Officer. Eric...

Siemens and Genesys integrate and support SIP

Boy, all this talk about P2P VoIP, Skype, Google Talk, Vonage, etc., you'd think VoIP were only a consumer play. Well, here's some big news about a VoIP solution for the enterprise, specifically the lucrative call center market from two...

Interview with Asterisk guru Mark Spencer

Tom Keating & Asterisk-guru & Digum President Mark SpencerA few weeks ago I went down to Alabama to meet with a few VoIP companies, including Adtran (see blog on Adtran) and Digium, the developers of the open-source Asterisk IP-PBX. I've...

Jabber SimpleAE and myJabberAE softphones

Some news to share confirming TMCnet's scoop on Jabber offering a softphone client and now we have a face to go with the name Actually, we now have a name to go with the product - Jabber's VoIP client is...

Telesoft compact SIP protocol stack

TeleSoft International announced the latest release of their CompactSIP source code stack available pre-ported to run on the Freescale low cost Coldfire-based VoIP Reference Design. The TeleSoft SIP protocol stack was developed specifically for embedded applications such as the Coldfire...

Jabber to enter the softphone market

Remember the new open-source softphone I recently promised would announce its plans very shortly? In my prior blog post I mentioned I didn't want to steal TMCnet's Robert Lui's thunder, since he had the scoop on this story. Well, Robert...

WengoPhone new open-source soft phone

Wengo announced WengoPhone, an open source alternative  to Skype.and Google Talk. And no, this is NOT the open-source softphone I predicted last week and asked blog readers to guess the company planning to launch an open-source softphone. From their website:Wengo...

Polycom SoundPoint IP 601 phone

An inside source told me that Polycom plans on launching the successor to the popular SoundPoint IP 600 called the SoundPoint IP 601 in a couple of weeks..(photo to the left is the SoundPoint IP 600). The original SoundPoint IP...
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