Voice over Internet Protocol

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The E.U. Fights Mobile Carriers to Allow VoIP

Tweet The European Union is considering “binding guidelines” that could force wireless operators to allow mobile VoIP services such as WUG’s service and Skype run over their data networks. According to German newspaper Handelsblatt the company explicitly responsible for bringing the wrath of the EU is Germany’s Deutsche Telekom. The T-Mobile subsidiary balked at allowing […]

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Solera Networks launches web-based control center for packet recorder appliances

Tweet Solera Networks, Inc., has introduced a new hardware product; for managing packet recorders distributed throughout a network. Here is an excerpted version of the press release that announced the product. Control Center software for its packet recorder appliances. This initial release of the web-based interface software allows network administrators and security analysts to: – […]

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Can the network carry the load?

Tweet I have made the point in my Technology Seminars in USA and Canada that VoIP imposes additional network requirements. This story in IT Business Canada illustrates the point nicely. “When voice over IP first began appearing on business networks, many people expected to simply fire it up and start talking. But when they tried […]

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FMC- Convergence of another kind

TweetA recent eWeek article talks about yet another kind of convergence; that between fixed and mobile VoIP. As voice over IP completes its first decade, the technology has become firmly established in corporate voice, data and video communications networks. Now the eyes of the VOIP community are turning to what might be the next big […]

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VoIP Security Challenges: 25 Ways to Secure your VoIP Network

TweetI recently uncovered a cool post on VoIP Lowdown. VoIP technology has the tech geeks buzzing. It has been touted as: – the killer of telecoms – a solution for the third world’s communication gap – revolutionizing factor in international business But despite all the buzz, and the predictions that everyone will be it using […]

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Solera Networks launches web-based control center for packet recorder appliances

Tweet Solera Networks, Inc., has introduced a new hardware product; for managing packet recorders distributed throughout a network. Here is an excerpted version of the press release that announced the product. Control Center software for its packet recorder appliances. This initial release of the web-based interface software allows network administrators and security analysts to: – […]

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Ipswitch WhatsUp Professional Selected by Intelimind to Power Managed Network Monitoring Services

TweetWhatsUp Professional(R) Enables Intelimind to Deliver Enterprise-Class Network Monitoring Services to Small and Mid-Sized Businesses LEXINGTON, MA — (MARKET WIRE) — October 30, 2006 — Ipswitch, Inc., a leading developer of network management, messaging and file transfer solutions, today announced that Intelimind, a leading service provider of network infrastructure managed solutions, has selected WhatsUp Professional […]

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