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SIP Trunking Week in Review: IntelePeer, Net2Phone and More

A holiday weekend may be approaching, but that didn't put a damper on the flow of news in session initiation protocol (SIP) trunking. No, this week carried on much like any other, and a substantial slug of news was the hallmark of the week in SIP trunking. So with our holiday weekend in hand, we cat…

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Arkadin to Use Local Phone Numbers from Voxbone to Reduce Conferencing Costs

Voxbone recently announced that Arkadin would incorporate the former's virtual local phone numbers into its conferencing services. The move will allow Arkadin to save money on the costs of using traditional carriers for conferencing access. It also simplifies the process of international conferencin…

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PayNearMe and Telinta Partner on Payment Portals

PayNearMe a company that works in the electronic cash transaction network, as well as Telinta a global leader in the cloud based VoIP switching and billing field have announced a new partnership earlier this week. Customers of the Telinta telecom service provider will now have the ability to accept …

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TalkTalk Business Picks Up tIPicall to Help Drive VoIP Push

The rise of voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) service has opened up a great many opportunities for new business to rise, and session initiation protocol (SIP) trunking has been often seen right alongside it. To that end, it's not much surprise that TalkTalk Business made a new acquisition in tIPic…

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Carrier IP Telephony Embraces a Software-Centric Future

Thanks to the adoption of Voice over LTE (VoLTE) and VoWi-Fi (Voice over Wi-Fi) services, the carrier IP telephony market is moving to a software-centric investment model, as operators look to virtualize their infrastructure for more agile service response.

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Calls to India to Benefit From Net2Phone Office Change

There are plenty of options out there when it comes to session initiation protocol (SIP) trunking, so businesses really have to distinguish themselves from the common pack to draw in customers, and to retain them. Net2Phone-the part of IDT Telecom that handles business solutions-moved in that direct…

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IntelePeer Becomes PlanetOne 2015 Preferred Vendor

PlanetOne announced recently that it had created a formal alliance with IntelePeer, adding the latter to its 2015 Preferred Vendor Program (PVP). The new arrangement adds to the list of solutions that PlanetOne's partners can offer to their customers. Eighteen different vendors, including T-Mobile, …

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SIP Trunking Week in Review: Voxbone, 8x8, Telinta

This was a huge week for SIP trunking, with a whole lot of major developments landing throughout the field. With an array of new products emerging from several new companies, there was a lot to talk about this week, and now that we've got a weekend on hand, it's a great time to try and make some sen…

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Imagination Technologies Announces ClearCall Support for CAVIUM OCTEON III Processors

Imagination Technologies has announced that its ClearCall VoIP application is available for Cavium's OCTEON III CN70XX/CN71XX families of MIPS64 processors.

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Mr. SBC Blog

My Take on WebRTC Expo
Like most technologies, WebRTC burst onto the scene amid tremendous buzz. After a few years of hype, the industry is becoming more realistic in its expectations of where we’re going with WebRTC. And that’s a good thing: developers and, ul…
How to Tell if You're Ready to Deploy Converged Communications
This is a great article from eTechHelp about how UC can help drive your business. How can you tell if you’re ready to deploy? Check out the six surefire ways to know
75% of North American companies have adopted IP-based PBXs
Analysts report that 75% of North American companies have adopted IP-based PBXs, most of them supporting SIP. And for five good reasons, ranging from cost savings to preparation for Unified Communications. But SIP trunking adoption remain…
SIP Security and the Role of the SBC
Great article in this month’s Internet Telephony magazine about the need for security in SIP trunk deployments. – Steve
Webinar: 'The Changing Role of the E-SBC' now available on-demand
In case you missed our webinar with Rich Garboski of eTechHelp and Erik Linask of TMCnet on “The Changing Role of the SBC,” it’s now available on-demand: Read more on the SIP Trunking Report http://sip-tr…