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VoIP over HSPA in Shanghai is 100% end-to-end IP using IMS

Huawei Technologies today announced that it has successfully completed commercial technology testing for ‘VoIP over HSPA’ in Shanghai in conjunction with QUALCOMM. They claim it is the industry’s first VoIP service display with an ALL IP end-to-end solution that is...

Ixia Launches ixLoad Bulk VoIP SIP Testing Tool

I'm always getting requests for information on good VoIP testing tools. Well, I just came across some interesting news that hit the news wires about a new bulk VoIP testing tool. Ixia (NASDAQ: XXIA), a leading, global provider of IP...

Skip2PBX, SIP-to-Skype Gateway, is here!

Today, Skip2PBX, an Italian-based company announced it is ready to launch its SIP-to-Skype gateway running on a PC running Linux. Mind you, this isn't the first claim of a SIP-to-Skype breakthrough, however, they claim to be the only Skype to...

Dialogic DMG4000 Media Gateways launched

Dialogic today announced the availability of their Dialogic 4000 Media Gateway Series, including the DMG4060 DTI Media Gateway and the DMG4120 DTI Media Gateway. The Dialogic 4000 Media Gateway Series (aka "DMG4000 gateways”) are a set of integrated systems designed...

Red Hat Targets Carrier-Grade Telecom

Red Hat, makers of the popular Red Hat Linux distribution, is expanding their footprint in telecommunications with the acquisition of Mobicents technology and its new membership to the SCOPE alliance, an alliance dedicated towards building carrier-grade platforms.  Red Hat will...

Aepona enables Fixed Mobile Convergence

Aepona announced today their new "Voice Call Continuity" for wireline and broadband service providers. Their solution integrates with the service provider's existing services, leveraging standard such as SIP, IMS, and SS7 to deliver intelligent rating and charging. Aepona goes beyond...

Asterisk Termination and ENUM

I discovered this interesting Asterisk termination post saved as "unpublished" dated 6-20-2005. I must have put it aside to work on some other projects. I thought I would publish it now since it still has some pertinent thoughts. Reading my...

Movable Type vs. Wordpress War Heats up

A day after Movable Type announced that Movable Type 4.0 would be GPL open source, Movable Type has stopped their retreat from Wordpress and the battle lines have been redrawn. "Are you ready for a war!!!!" Wordpress fans have been...

CDW offers Bandwidth.com's SIP Trunking Service

Bandwidth.com, today announced that CDW, one of my favorite places to order PCs, printers, office supplies, laptops, and much more, is now offering Bandwidth.com's Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Trunking VoIP solution as a part of its suite of telecommunications products...

Google Talk to offer PSTN phone calls?

A Google Apps multimedia training presentation shows Google Talk with "Show dialpad" in the user interface on Slide 9. It also says "Enter a name or phone number." Currently, Google Talk only lets you dial other Google Talk users, and...

SkyStone bridges Skype and PBXs using only software

Remember my SIP to Skype gateway breaks Skype's Great Wall article, which explained how you could make a SIP-to-Skype call using the PSGW gateway? One of the knocks against Skype was that it uses a proprietary protocol, which makes it...

pbxnsip CS 410 IP-PBX review

Here's an exclusive sneak peek of a TMC Labs review of the SIP-based pbxnsip CS 410 IP-PBX appliance, which is scheduled for review within Internet Telephony Magazine. As hinted at within the review, the trend towards low-cost IP-PBX appliances <$1000...

Sipera Viper Lab Identifies SIP Vulnerabilities That Threaten VoIP

After two years in stealth mode, reviewing, cataloging and analyzing VoIP and SIP vulnerabilities, Sipera VIPER Lab (cool name by the way, since I drive a Viper myself - photo to right ;) ) today released at CTIA several threat...

TeamOnCall for Windows SIP-based Presence Management

Want a SIP-based presence application that monitors all your various SIP phones and centralizes the presence information to provide centralized presence management? Well, Vonalink's TeamOnCall is a new real-time call status display software that works with any VoIP phone system...

Free VoIP TraceBuster utiltiy

I just received an email from Mark A. Stacy, the CEO/CTO for Touchstone Technologies containing some news that I thought was worth sharing. I actually missed the opportunity to stop by Touchstone Technologies' booth at IT EXPO East 2007 in...

Raytheon ACU-2000 IP VoIP Gateway

Raytheon of "Patriot missile" fame is set to launch a new SIP VoIP gateway called the ACU-2000 IP through their Ratheon JSP Communications subsidiary. They claim that the ACU-2000 IP is the only solution that provides a true SIP-based gateway...

pbxnsip IP-PBX Review

pbxnsip is a Windows-based feature-rich IP-PBX which I recently tested for TMC Labs. It's going to be published in Internet Telephony Magazine, but I figured I'd give my blog readers a "sneak peek" at the review, because, well... I'm good...

iPhone vs iPhone vs. iSoftphone?

As if we haven't had enough of the Cisco vs. Apple iPhone battle, now we have "iSoftPhone", a clone of the Apple iPhone's skin created by Xnet Communications GmbH. iSoftPhone is a VoIP softphone for Mac OS X. They claim...

New VoIP Call Recording Software for Mac OS X

Tomorrow, Arcosoft will release VONaLink SoloRecord, a new VoIP call recording software program for Mac OS X. VONaLink SoloRecord for Mac OS X works with any VoIP phone system utilizing the SIP standard to record calls and to provide screen...

Hotty.com SIP Phone for Phone Sex over IP?

I recently discovered Hotty.com, a website that is offering a new SIP VoIP Softphone, Megapin Inc. has developed a few SIP and Jabber products that they offer to service providers and wholesalers to OEM, with full "skinning" capabilties. One of their...

SunTec enables unified billing for Triple and Quad Play

SunTec is an interesting company that has been working with telcos to help these companies understand the importance of a singular customer view in the face of increased competition and disparate legacy billing systems. With triple play, quad play, etc....

Zoom VoIP Freedom web-based SIP chooser utility

One of the pains of most current ATA devices is that you lock you into a specific vendor by password-protecting the firmware. So even though the ATA is SIP-based, you can only use it with the VoIP provider you initially...

VoIP Gateway clones an iPod

The iPod is one of the most recognizable products due to it's smooth exterior, elegant shape, and stylish form-factor.  So what you do get when you cross an Apple iPod with a VoIP gateway? Why the Polypower VRM0-Sxx series of course!...

VONaLink softphone uses SIP to capture CallerID

I just wrote about Arcosoft's VoIP call recording software this week and now just a few days later they launched another interesting product called VONaLink ScreenPop. ScreenPop works with any VoIP phone system based on the SIP standard, such as...

speaQ SIP softphone for Mobile Phones

speaQ is a new softphone application designed to make VoIP calls using WiFi or EVDO on mobile devices. Created by QTech, Inc., they claim it was designed from the start for smartphones and PDAs, which have limited processing power. It...
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