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Talkonaut 4.0 native Symbian S60 edition released

The GTalk2VoIP dev team just released their VoIP+chat application for Symbian S60 phones that runs as a native (.sis file) application. I should stress that several Nokia smart phones come with a SIP stack, however they are limited to WiFi...

Junction Networks Adds Inbound Bridge to onSIP Hosted PBX

Junction Networks, provider of the hosted onSIP PBX service, has launched Inbound Bridge, an accessory service that ties in third-party providers of international and domestic DID numbers. Inbound Bridge saves money for Junction Networks’ business customers by allowing them to...

SimplyWiFi SIP Phone

SimplyWiFi is a new SIP-based WiFi phone based on Linux that not only lets you make free or low-cost calls, it also lets you IM/chat using the SIMPLE standard. SimplyWiFi is a small lightweight phone with a superb talk time...

Zingaya Media Server enables Adobe Flash-based VoIP

A Russian-based company, Innovative Systems of Communication (ISC, Inc.) just launched their company website in both Russian and English. This is the same company that launched Flashphone.ru, a proof-of-concept Flash-based phone app which I discovered & reviewed. ISC is now...

Zingaya Media Server enables Adobe Flash-based VoIP

A Russian-based company, Innovative Systems of Communication (ISC, Inc.) just launched their company website in both Russian and English. This is the same company that launched Flashphone.ru, a proof-of-concept Flash-based phone app which I discovered & reviewed. ISC is now...

Touchmods VoIP App for the Apple iPhone Sparks Controversy

Touchmods created a storm of interest when they announced a hack that adds a microphone to the Apple iPod touch and a SIP-based VoIP application that runs on the Apple iPod touch. Well controversy is brewing on Touchmods.net. Yesterday they...

Future of SIP to Skype Gateway in Doubt?

I have strong disagreements with a guest blog post on Skype Journal that was posted a few days ago titled "A SIP/Skype Gateway Is NOT In The Forecast". I totally disagree that a SIP/Skype gateway isn't in the forecast. I've...

Iwatsu Adds SIP-Aware Firewall

Today, at Internet Telephony Conference, Iwatsu Voice Networks (Booth #617) announced the expansion of its Valued Integrated Partner program (VIP) with the addition of a new partner, Ingate Systems. Iwatsu's VIP program is designed to offer products and services that...

SIP Trunking Not so Hot?

A couple days ago I wrote an article titled SIP Trunking is Hot! where I wrote about the SIP trunking session sponsored by Ingate, which was very heavily attended (75). A few hours later I noticed SmithonVoIP blogger Garrett Smith...

Dell VoIP Products Analysis

I neglected to point out in my morning Dell Picks Fonality VoIP System post that I first discovered Dell got into the VoIP game with their late 2007 announcement that they would be offering Microsoft OCS 2007 pre-bundled on Dell...

SIP Trunking is Hot!

I'm sitting in the SIP session at ITEXPO (sponsored by Ingate) and it's one of the most heavily attended sessions at the show. I counted 70 people in the room and people keep filling in. Scratch that, 5 people just...

SIP to Skype Calls

Ok, so Skype, Inc. won't let you dial into your Skype username using a SIP URI. Yeah, Skype claims their proprietary protocol is better than SIP. I've written about one SIP-to-Skype workaround, but still I hear the cries of VoIP...

Is T.38 Fax Dead?

Who says T.38 real-time fax is dead? According to Google quite a few. Well, according to AudioCodes' Alan Percy, you people are wrong! Wrong I say! Not that T.38 doesn't have its share of issues of course. I just read...

TMC's Greg Galitzine Interviews Dialogic's Jeff Dworkin

Greg has a podcast interview with Jeff Dworkin from Dialogic. I still remember the very first Dialogic telephony card I reviewed in CTI Magazine back in 1996. Ah the memories... I can't believe I've been in telecom for over 12...

University of Cambridge claims largest IP telephony system

Score one for Cisco. They now claim that the University of Cambridge has become one of the largest if not the largest IP telephony system in the education sector. Cisco and BT announced the deployment in a multi-million pound deal...

D2 Technologies mCUE mobile convergence softphone launches

D2 Technologies today released at CES what they claim is the industry’s first embedded mobile convergence software solution for dual-mode phones.  D2’s mCUE mobile convergence software solution combines a communications user interface with the company’s vPort MP VoIP software platform...

Flashphone adds SIP Call Me Button

Flashphone, which I reviewed here, has created a CallMe widget which allows you to put CallMe button on your site and then use your own SIP account to connect it to your PSTN number. It can also make a SIP...

Launch of VoIP on iPod touch now official

We all know iPod Touch Mods is hard at work to hack the iPod touch to enable SIP-based VoIP, right? Well, it'll be a Happy New Year with the official release on January 1st, 2008. SIP-VoIP for the iPod touch...

Firefox VoIP Extension open to any SIP provider

Luca just emailed me that his company just launched a new version of their Firefox VoIP extension that is open to any SIP provider. Luca writes, "A new version of the VoIP Extension is now available for download and it’s...

Flash-based flashphone adds new features

Flashphone, a Flash-based VoIP softphone, which I broke the news about last month, has released a new version with some cool new features, including: - Receive incoming SIP calls in flashphone - Add your SIP-accounts using the account manager to...

Exoskeleton Arrives, Terminators not Far Behind

An experimental robotic exoskeleton from Sarcos turns ordinary soldiers into super-soldiers. Wouldn't we all just love to do 200lb pull downs, bench press 500lbs with utter ease, and flip heavy car batteries with our own personal exoskeleton hook? Who...

flashphone Beta Running on Adobe Flash launches

As you know, I've discussed Adobe getting into VoIP in the past where you can use a 100% Flash softphone application. Since the vast majority of PCs, Macs, PockePCs, Windows Mobile, and other operating systems all have Flash installed, in...

Skype SIP Gateway (PE) 1.0 Released

You recall my SIP to Skype gateway breaks Skype's Great Wall of VoIP, right? You don't? Well, let me refresh your memory. I wrote: As most techies know, Skype uses a proprietary protocol and does not support inbound SIP calls....

Jajah native SIP client for EM-ONE phone

Jajah just announced a very cool pre-installed VoIP client for the EM-ONE α device for the Japanese mobile carrier EMOBILE which was co-developed with Sharp and Microsoft. Their software uses the data channel (HSDPA) to deliver voice services for...

Microsoft OCS 2007 Review

Today is the big launch of Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 (OCS 2007), the core of the Microsoft Unified Communications Strategy. OCS 2007 is a unified communications server that delivers enterprise instant messaging, audio, video- and web-conferencing, and enhanced voice...
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