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New China-based Asterisk Player Coming to Town

HK Houyuan Technology Co. Ltd, a 3-year old company based in China has a line of Asterisk IP-PBXs with the super creative name of, wait for it... wait for it -- "IP PBX". Their IP PBX series include the IP...

Apple Planned the iPad BEFORE the iPhone. Who knew?

Everyone assumes that Apple was working on the iPhone before the iPad. However, the recent lawsuit by Proview Electronics suing Apple over the name 'iPad' says others wise. The iPhone was launched in 2007 and the iPad in 2010. However,...

Localphone Rings in Chinese New Year with Free Calls

Localphone is offering free calls to China to the celebrate the Chinese New Year, which is the Year of the Water Dragon in case you were wondering. They have made calls to China completely free for four days. They offered...

China's telecom patent boom - Is China Ready to Enforce IP?

China has a reputation for not enforcing other countries' patents and copyrights, including bootleg DVDs that can be found in just about any major Chinese city street corner. It was even alleged that China's telecom giant Huawei stole Cisco's routing...

China Cracks Down on VoIP, including Skype

China is cracking down on VoIP applications such as Skype, which is impacting the profits of state-owned carriers."We are carrying out with relevant authorities a campaign to crack down on illegal Voice over Internet Protocol phone services", the Ministry of...

$100 Billion Worth of Gadgets

Chinese consumer electronics ("gadgets" to me and you) revenue will reach $100 billion by the end of next year, according to a new study by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) and market researcher GfK. China is expected to grow full-year...

Packet8 Drops International Calling Phone Rates

Calls to China dropped from 3¢ per minute to now 1¢ per minute? Wow! That's a 67% drop! All I can say is it is absolutely amazing how far prices have dropped. The race to zero/free calling continues... Packet8 sent me...

GIPS Lands 51.com

After some recent bad news, including their competitor Spirit DSP landing China's Huawei Technologies, GIPS has landed a heavyweight to license their technology. Today, Global IP Solutions (GIPS), was been selected by '51.com' to power its instant messaging with voice...

China knockoff of Disneyland

China, not content to copy/rip-off electronics designs, router designs,  and is one of the larger counterfeit purveyors of software, has decided to ripoff Disney with a "clone" of Disneyland. Are you kidding me? Feel free to rip off all the...

MINO Wireless uses VoIP for 2.2 cents per minute mobile calls to China

MINO Wireless, a Sunnyvale, CA-based mobile services company, today announced a campaign to promote its International Call from Mobile Phone service through Chinese media in the US. MINO service makes international calls easy and affordable by using Internet (or VoIP)...

China blocking Skype here we go again

I just blogged this morning about how China was going to have 210.11 billion minutes with revenues of RMB 52.53 billion Yuan by 2007 but then commented, "So ummm China blocks Skype, one of the leading VoIP players and China...

China loves VoIP or hates VoIP?

Came across the news release below which claims that in China "it's estimated that by 2007 VOIP calls will amount to 210.11 billion minutes with revenues of RMB 52.53 billion Yuan." So ummm China blocks Skype, one of the leading...

The fracturing of the Internet

Sadly, the fracturing of the Internet has begun.First, we have Level 3 and Cogent Communications, two major Internet backbone providers bickering - they've cut off peering Internet traffic to each other. From ZDNet:Two major Internet backbone companies are feuding, potentially...
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