Pervasip's VoX Communications Surpasses 20000 VoIP Lines

logo_VOXlogo_400.jpgVox Communications has exceeded 20,000 VoIP lines on its award winning Voice over Internet Linux-based sever clusters.

VoX's Chief Information Officer, Mark Richards, stated, "We are pleased that we have surpassed the 20,000 line milestone, as we continue to demonstrate that our technology not only works but scales. Scalability is extremely important as VoX engages the mobile VoIP arena where we could potentially increase this number significantly and quickly. In the world of social network marketing, customer acquisition can be very rapid and overwhelm a company not prepared in their back office. We feel that our technology has evolved to the point where large-scale customer acquisition can be handled by our highly automated systems as we begin to find distribution channels that are moving to an Internet-based marketing strategy. Mobile VoIP is a very complex business and our technical team has reduced the complexity so that our customers benefit greatly from being protected from the details of the underlying technology, which is how it should be."
Posted on Jul 30, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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O-Zone and Vyke Launch Mobile VoIP Service in Delhi

Vyke-logo.jpgO-Zone and Vyke begin to roll out of their exclusive and strategic partnership to provide Vyke’s mobile VoIP service to O-Zone’s loyal and growing base of wireless customers across India from 1st of August 2010.

The initial launch sees Vyke and O-Zone give away 1,000 free virtual top-up vouchers to lucky customers in 5 Cafe Coffee Day shops in Delhi NCR, before rolling out the service to 50 Cafe Coffee Day shops across Delhi NCR. In August the mobile VoIP service will be available in Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore and Kolkata. The vouchers will allow users to make upto Rs.50 of free international calls to over 50 countries. O-Zone Wi-Fi users will benefit from cheap international calls from their mobiles to landlines and mobiles, with savings of up to 98%, using Vyke’s mobile VoIP service.
Posted on Jul 30, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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AstriCon Speakers Line Up to Discuss Future of Asterisk, IPv6, SIP Security and More

AstriCon is quickly taking form, with speakers on a range of technical and business topics confirmed. Organizations of all sizes use Asterisk to create customized, feature-rich and scalable phone unified communications systems, VoIP gateways, conference servers and more. Digium the owner and corporate sponsor of Asterisk, hosts AstriCon, which is now in its seventh year. A few of this year’s speakers will include:

“Just How Vulnerable is Your Phone System?”
  • Sandro Gauci—“Just How Vulnerable is Your Phone System?” Sandro is the author of “SIPVicious,” one of the most popular brute-force attack test kit systems for SIP platforms. He’ll talk about attack methods, vulnerabilities administrators should understand and how to mitigate these issues on Asterisk.
  • Jim Kerr—“Orbitz and Asterisk: How We Did It.” Orbitz has implemented Asterisk to handle customer calls. Learn how this huge travel management agency integrated the platform with its legacy system, deployed it across call centers and achieved PCI security compliance.
  • Simon Perreault—“IPv6 in Asterisk 1.8.” Asterisk will support IPv6 in 1.8, and Simon will talk about the changes, configuration requirements and fundamentals of IPv6 required to get Asterisk running. Then, as part of a double-long session, he will walk through configuration of an entire platform on a purely IPv6 network.
  • more after the jump.
Posted on Jul 29, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Freebinar Announces Availability of VoIP Broadcasting for Free Webinar Platform announces the release of its latest feature, VoIP audio broadcasting. This new feature allows presenters to use their computer microphone or headset to deliver the audio portion of their webinars, eliminating the need for phone conferencing. Webinar attendees simply log on to the webinar through their web browsers and can hear the presenter through their computer speakers. In addition to the new VoIP audio broadcasting capabilities that have been introduced, Freebinar also offers a free conference call number to all users of the service to facilitate highly interactive, smaller online meetings.
Posted on Jul 28, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Cellcrypt Launches Secure Mobile Phone Conference Calling

cellcrypt_logo.jpgCellcrypt has launched a secure conference service that provides both device authentication and voice call encryption to participants using popular mobile phones like BlackBerry and Nokia smartphones.

Organisations depend on conference calls to run their daily operations and often discuss confidential and highly sensitive information on calls such as sales, supplier and executive management meetings, intellectual property discussions, high value business deal talks, crisis management calls or even discussions concerning disaster scenarios and national security.
Posted on Jul 27, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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InnoMedia and Clearcable Team Up to Promote SIP Trunking/Hosted VoIP Products With Smart-DQoS in Canada

InnoMedia has reached an agreement with Clearcable Networks to distribute InnoMedia ESBC products. This distribution agreement will allow Clearcable to deliver products anywhere in Canada. Clearcable is strategically located in Ontario and, with its focus on mid-market MSOs, it will be able to facilitate the adoption of Smart-DQoS technology as the premier solution to voice system bandwidth prioritization using InnoMedia's ESBC 8528-4B. The InnoMedia ESBC with Smart-DQoS is based on InnoMedia's exclusive Device-initiated DQoS technology.
Posted on Jul 27, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Report: SIP Trunking Installations to Nearly Triple by 2013

Despite lingering questions about overall quality of service, enterprises are becoming more comfortable with the use of SIP trunking as a low-cost alternative to legacy telecom services, a change that will result in a growth in deployment from 8.5 million SIP trunks in 2009 to 24.3 million trunks in 2013, according to the latest report published by Heavy Reading IP Services Insider, a subscription research service from TechWeb's Heavy Reading.
Posted on Jul 26, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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VoIP Innovations Launches Canadian Origination

VoIP Innovations will be introducing Canadian origination this week, giving customers the ability to receive calls, purchase DIDs, and port telephone numbers in Canada.

VoIP Innovations now offers an origination footprint covering most of the United States and Canada, cementing their position as the top domestic VoIP wholesaler in North America.

VoIP Innovations plans further growth with Canadian termination coverage, with service in Puerto Rico and Hawaii to follow later this quarter, making for a complete North American service package. Customers will be able to enjoy a full array of domestic VoIP services from a single wholesale provider, including origination, termination, local and toll-free number porting, and features such as CNAM and T.38 faxing.
Posted on Jul 22, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Click & Call Advertising with Skype Supported by Marchex Now Available

Skype announces it has expanded its pay-for-call offerings for advertisers. Click & Call Advertising with Skype supported by Marchex, is an advertising program which provides an efficient and measureable way to acquire new customers by using Skype to drive inbound calls. Skype is launching this offering for the first time in the U.S., Canada and Western Europe through a partnership with Marchex Inc., a leading call advertising company, which will help manage, operate and sell Click & Call Advertising with Skype.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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XO Communications Debuts XO Enterprise SIP Savings Estimator

xo_communications_logo.gifXO Communication announces the availability of a new Savings Estimator tool that gives enterprises the ability to calculate an approximate cost-savings benefit of utilizing XO Enterprise SIP. Designed specifically for multi-location enterprises, the award-winning XO Enterprise SIP enables customers to simplify, streamline and achieve better cost savings by transforming their distributed voice network architecture to a more centralized and cost-effective VoIP solution.

The XO Enterprise SIP Savings Estimator tool provides a snapshot of potential savings by factoring in the number of employees, network locations and intra-company long distance calls. The tool also takes into consideration the multiple cost-savings benefits of XO Enterprise SIP, including increased network management efficiency and lowered operating costs as a result of reducing equipment, local voice trunks, long distance and multiple voice and data network charges.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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BroadSoft Responds to Worldwide Growth in Demand for End-to-End VoIP Network Monitoring

broadsoft_logo.jpgBroadSoft announces customer growth of BroadSoft PacketSmart. Responding to increased global demand for end-to-end VoIP network monitoring, PacketSmart has been selected by InTechnology and Alteva to ensure high quality of service and minimize the challenges encountered in the delivery of real-time communication services.

Both InTechnology and Alteva have already seen PacketSmart help to significantly improve QoS for their customers. BroadSoft PacketSmart is designed to enable service providers and enterprises, to deliver "carrier-grade" service quality all the way into the customer local area network, even when they do not control the end-to-end network.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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360networks Expands its Wholesale VoIP Footprint into Sacramento

360networks_logo.gif360networks announces expansion of coverage in Sacramento, California. With this expansion 360networks can now provide wholesale VoIP services in 47 rate centers, covering more than 1.4 million people in the greater Sacramento area.

This expansion increases availability of 360networks wholesale IP Origination and IP Termination services to 1,488 rate centers and 70 million people in 17 states across the western U.S., leveraging 360networks’ wholly-owned 17,200 route miles of fiber optic backbone.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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VoxOx Launches Local and Custom Phone Numbers in U.S. and Canada

VoxOx announces the immediate availability of virtual phone numbers. This new offering enables consumers to create multiple customized telephone numbers that route to their VoxOx account, and can also be routed to other phones (work, home, mobile, etc.). Consumers can select their virtual phone numbers from more than 100 area codes in the U.S. and Canada. They also have the ability to do a “vanity” search for memorable digits and word spellings.

VoxOx virtual numbers are being offered in addition to the free phone numbers that every VoxOx user receives upon sign-up. Each virtual number costs $1.95 per month or $19.95 per year – one third of the cost of Skype’s online numbers. Differentiators of VoxOx virtual numbers include support for inbound SMS and fax.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Study Shows Skype Users Prefer ooVoo

ooVoo announces the results of a blind study conducted by a third party research firm to demonstrate how its product stacks up against category leader Skype.

The study results show that ooVoo is preferred by 8 out of 10 Skype users, who cited superior sound and video quality as some of the reasons why they favored ooVoo for a better video communication experience delivered anywhere, anytime.

In addition to quality, a number of factors contribute to users’ overall preference of ooVoo over Skype. For example, ooVoo offers 6-way multi-point chat, versus Skype which offers only 5-way, a feature that’s currently in a beta testing phase and has experienced a number of bugs1. ooVoo hosts video chat on dedicated servers that keep quality more consistent. Skype’s technology relies on users’ individual processors making service less reliable in situations with uncertain bandwidth.
Posted on Jul 19, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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VocalTec and YMAX/magicJack Announce Merger

vocaltec.jpgVocalTec and YMAX Corp., the creator of magicJack and other products and services have successfully merged and will be traded on the Nasdaq under the symbol: CALL. VocalTec stock will seize to be trading using the symbol (NasdaqCM:VOCL) after close of business today July, 16th 2010. It will commence trading using the symbol (Nasdaq: CALL) on Monday, July 19th, 2010. The parties believe that the combined company has an enterprise value of $245 million and a per share value at least $17.50. The previous holders of VocalTec will have 1,173,294 shares of common stock following the merger. VocalTec expects to have revenues ranging from $110 million to $125 million this year. With over $40 million cash/securities on hand and no debt, VocalTec expects to show a profit in the current quarter. For additional information on this announcement we recommend that investors read the entire press release and the VocalTec press release describing the stock split and review the form 6-K filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission that we expect to be filed on or before Monday, July 19th, 2010, described below.
Posted on Jul 16, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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