Telstra CEO David Thodey announced in a retail shareholder’s meeting in Sydney recently that the company is studying options over the expansion of its voice-over-IP (VoIP) offering beyond small businesses to consumers very soon, and even eyeing VoIP services on mobile.
SolveForce is introducing its services in North Dakota. Businesses are able to use a number of their Ethernet and phone services. Dedicated T1 lines and T3 lines are available as well as VPN and VPLS for business. SolveForce uses the most up-to-date technology to provide customers with the best service.
IP PBX and IP phone markets in Europe, Middle East, Africa grew to $3.5bn in 2011
In Central and Eastern Europe region, the VoIP market grew 35.5% year on year while in the Western European market grew only at 7.3%. Combined IP PBX and IP phone markets in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) region grew to almost $3.5billion in 2011, according a study by International Data Corporation (IDC).
Microsoft’s Skype revealed plans this week to significantly improve the quality of the call that now has the open standard of Opus which has received approval from the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) standards body.
Viber, the leading platform in mobile communications offering free HD quality voice calls and text messages and photo, today said that has passed the milestone of 100 million users across multiple platforms of phone that it supports.
California may be the most recent state to enact a law that significantly slows the regulatory oversight of telecommunications services in the state, delivering an important victory for the industry players who have lobbied for the passage of the law.