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IP-PBX market numbers continue to shine

Interesting IP-PBX stats within Infonetics's Enterprise Telephony report that shows IP-PBXs continued growth even with a generally slower 1st quarter. They also list the current IP-PBX market leaders (Cisco is listed as #1). This report doesn't list this, but I'd...

ShoreTel 6.1 new IP-PBX features

ShoreTel announced version 6.1 of their IP-PBX which delivers feature-rich IP key system functionality to branch offices and small businesses. Many competing IP-PBXs, Cisco included have neglected or have limited "key system" functionality in their IP-PBX line, which is why...

Adtran NetVanta 7100 launches

The Adtran NetVanta 7100 "all in one" converged IP-PBX launches Monday targetting the SMB market with a maximum of up to 50 IP phones supported. The Adtran NetVanta 7100 is a 24-port 10/100 PoE switch (802.3af), with 802.1Q VLANs and...

Worldwide IP PBX Revenue Up 23%, TDM Systems Down 15% in 2005

Just wanted to share some recent IP-PBX vs. traditional TDM PBX market share numbers from Infonetics that came out today. Infonetics tracked Cisco and determined they were the market leader with 42% unit market share in 2005. I wonder if...

Signate announces SigPRO scalable Asterisk solution

Today, at ITEXPO, Signate is announcing SigPRO. SigPRO is a a hosted telephony system for telephone service providers with 5,000 to 500,000 customer extensions that Signate claims "sets a new price/performance standard".I have heard various issues surrounding scalability issues...

Asterisk and Ranch Networks make Asterisk secure and more scalable

Today at Internet Telephony Conference & Expo, Digium and Ranch Networks have announced that they are teaming up to make Asterisk a secure and scalable VoIP solution. I have a meeting with Mark Spencer, Mr. Asterisk himself at 4pm today...

Mitel Simplifies VoIP with LLDP-MED-Ready Open Standard

Some interesting news to share from Mitel claiming to be the first to use the LLDP-MED standard. This standard aims to improve deployment and ongoing management of VoIP endpoints as well as provide a standardized way of locating VoIP endpoints...

VoIP Guru Declares 2006 the Year of VoIP for Small and Medium Business

A VoIP "guru" is claiming 2006 as the year of VoIP for the SMB market. Yeah, tell me something I didn't know already.VoIP Guru Declares 2006 the Year of VoIP for Small and Medium BusinessIncreased use of VoIP in the...

D-Link enters SMB IP-PBX market

Didn't I warn you D-Link to announce an SMB IP-PBX before Linksys? Did I not say, "Now that I have made this prediction (Linksys developing SMB IP-PBX) watch competitors D-Link or SMC Networks scramble to beat Linksys to the punch....

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...

Iotum supports Epygi Quadro IP-PBX

I just wanted to share this quick bit of news from Iotum and Epygi before I head back into the exhibit hall. Iotum has some interesting & innovative technology that I will have to check out on the show floor....

Samsung BCS IP-PBX goes wireless

Samsung Business Communication Systems (BCS) has a new OfficeServ Wireless application. Running on Samsung's iDCS 500 IP-enabled, iDCS 100 IP-enabled, and the recently introduced OfficeServ 7200 platform, OfficeServ Wireless is designed to bring WiFi VoIP to the enterprise. The most...

Asterisk The Future of Telephony book

There's a new book on the popular open-source Asterisk IP-PBX phone system out, titled Asterisk : The Future of Telephony that you may be interested in. One of the coauthors stated, "Shortly after discovering Asterisk, I realized that this phenomenon...

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...

Strong Hybrid and IP PBX Sales Drive PBX Market Up 12%

Interesting PBX/IP-PBX report to share... The bolded part is pretty amazing to me.Worldwide PBX/KTS revenue grew 12% to $1.6 billion between the first and second quarters of 2005, and is forecast to total close to $7 billion in 2005, according...

IP-PBX Eclipses traditional PBX

The IP PBX has reached a new stage of maturity with shipments of IP lines expected to exceed those of traditional PBXs this year according to In-Stat. While the total PBX market is forecast to grow by a compound annual...

Asterisk Business Edition New Version

Interesting news from Asterisk...They've released a new version of Asterisk Business Edition     Asterisk Business EditionA New Professional-grade Version of the Asterisk PBX Software Suite!Available now!Digium, the leader in open source telephony, is now shipping the new Asterisk Business Edition™, a...

Linksys Loves VoIP

I came across an interesting article on Linksys that once again points to the possibility that my prediction that Linksys would enter the VoIP consumer/SMB market with a SOHO IP-PBX just may happen by the end of the year. In...

Linksys Secretly Developing SOHO IP-PBX?

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. LinkSys will announce this as early as December of this year. How do I...

Pingtel drops hardware and goes all open source

It was only a matter of time before Pingtel switched to a completely 100% software company. (See: Pingtel Completes Strategic Transition with Sale of Its Award-Winning xpressa Desktop Phone Product Line) First, let me state that I've always loved Pingtel's...

In Search of a Linux-based PBX 3 years later

In the November 2001 issue of Communications Solutions Magazine I wrote about my quest to find an open-source Linux-based PBX. I actually wrote the article in August 2001 (magazine lead time), so it is exactly 3 years ago that I...
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