Daily VoIP News Digest
Wednesday 30th of December 2009
August 28, 2008

The Move Channel adopts Inclarity VoIP

by Jan Harris
The Move Channel, a UK-based property portal that helps international estate agents, developers, investors and private owners buy and sell real estate, has adopted Inclarity’s Hosted VoIP telephone system. The Move Channel used its recent office relocation as an opportunity to deploy a user friendly network that would allow it to save costs and increase productivity. Inclarity's hosted VoIP eliminates ...

August 26, 2008

Vyke Announces Standalone VoIP Client

by Jan Harris
Vyke Communications Plc, the leading mobile VoIP service provider, has completed alpha testing on its stand alone Symbian VoIP client for Symbian phones. A beta test group has now been established, with a view to making the service publicly available later in 2008. Www.Vyke.com users can sign-up for the beta test www.vyke.com/contact-us.jsf. The stand alone Mobile VoIP client allows ...

August 20, 2008

Vyke targets Asian expats

by Jan Harris
VoIP service provider, Vyke Communications, has launched a consumer marketing programme targeting the Asian expat communities. The campaign follows research by Vyke which found that expats spend more money on their mobile phones than on food. The new campaign, which is supported by Indian cricketer, Sourav Ganguly, will spread the news that with Vyke's FreeTxT application, texts cost just 3p, ...

Fluke takes over NetAlly Product Line

by Alan Harten
Fluke Networks has purchased Viola Networks' intellectual property, which includes technologies and source code of the popular NetAlly product line. This will represent a big widening of the company’s product lines and a further business shift towards VoIP analysis. It seems that Fluke were particularly keen to get their hands on NetAlly to integrate it with their existing NetFlow Tracker and ...

August 18, 2008

28TEL launches ‘Mobility on VoIP’ in USA

by Jan Harris
In what will be a major challenge to Skype, mobile telecommunications service provider, 28TEL, is launching its free international call service in the US. Users of the service will be able to use their mobiles to make free calls to over 20 countries, without having to install any additional software and without being connected to the Internet. 28TEL uses technology ...

August 14, 2008

Truphone announces cheap calls to USA and Canada

by Jan Harris
Truphone, which carries calls via Wi-Fi and the Internet, has launched its first minutes bundle, Tru Saver, which allows users of iPhone and Nokia handsets to make calls to the USA and Canada for £0.01 a minute, no matter where in the world they are calling from. The Tru Saver bundle coasts £7.49 per month, for 1,000 minutes. It ...

August 11, 2008

GIPS enables iPhone with VoIP

by Jan Harris
Global IP Solutions (GIPS) has announced the GIPS VoiceEngine Mobile, which allows application developers to integrate high-quality, real-time VoIP on Apple's iPhone. GIPS solution allows iPhone users to benefit from services such as real-time, in-game, multi-person chat. According to GIPS' CEO, Emerick Woods, "With GIPS VoiceEngine Mobile, we are providing the capabilities that turn voice into IP packets so they ...

August 6, 2008

BSC recommends VoIP for small businesses

by Jan Harris
The Engineering and Technology Forum of the British Computer Society (BSC) has highlighted the benefits of VoIP technology for small businesses. The manager of the forum, Adrian Walmsley, spoke out to advise small businesses that a recent warning about slow bandwith speeds, by the Communications Management Association (CMA), should not put businesses off using VoIP. The CMA report suggested that slow ...

August 4, 2008

3CX upgrades VOIP system

by Jan Harris
Telecoms software developer, 3CX, has announced version 6.0 of 3CX Phone System for Windows, which introduces 10 new features for businesses. Over a period of just 20 weeks, 3CX has added key new functionality including call conferencing, paging and support for Windows 2008. Windows 2008 support allows enterprises to virtualise a PBX and eliminates the need for an extra server ...