VoIP Products and Services
Once you are aware of the benefits and applications of Voice over IP, it is too good to resist.
VoIP Products and Services
Once you are aware of the benefits and applications of Voice over IP, it is too good to resist. Perhaps that is why vendors are flooding the market with VOIP products and services. The following paper analyzes the various issues in the evolving VOIP technology and the challenges in the development of VOIP products. It then presents the features of few VOIP Products offered by the leaders in this field, how well they handle the issues and some services currently available.
over IP Products Now connecting a business to a VoIP network doesn't require a big, expensive integration overhaul. Quintum's VoIP access solutions are designed with integrated "intelligence" ? so they're the perfect fit for SMEs and branch offices of any large enterprise business.
Our proven solutions fit right into existing PBX and IP infrastructures, making them the ideal choice for service providers and network managers deploying Internet telephony solutions. Intelligent design meets the real-world needs of today's businesses. H.323 and SIP. PSTN-based 911 access to analog fax machine support.
Voicecon New VoIP
Products Along with the usual lineup of new product offerings, the buzz at the 2006's VoiceCon Fall conference on Aug. 21 will be about the changing shape of the industry, unified messaging and about securing IP Telephony applications.
With Microsoft entering the VOIP (voice over IP) space earlier in the summer of 2006 with its Unified Communications Initiative and partnership with Nortel; a new CEO at the helm of Avaya; the proposed merger of Alcatel and Lucent; and much speculation swirling about Siemens Communications Enterprise Group being acquired or merging with another company, the industry is in flux, according to VoiceCon General Manager Fred Knight.
VoIP products could face export
The White House's decision seven years ago merely relaxed encryption rules in a few areas--and thousands of pages of export regulations remain on the law books today.
Now some of these obscure export regulations are troubling companies that manufacture or support voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) products capable of draping a theoretically impenetrable cloak of encryption around every conversation.
During a meeting convened by the U.S. Commerce Department on Wednesday, industry members of a federal technical committee expressed concern that export regulations never intended to cover VoIP may complicate selling enterprise-grade network gear abroad.
Product Business Networking Texas Instruments delivers the most complete range of VoIP solutions available to OEM and ODM customers today. TI?s software and silicon solutions are designed for products ranging from IP phones to residential gateways to carrier-class switches. Solutions are optimized for area per channel; power consumption; architecture; and cost, empowering OEMs to design true toll-quality VoIP equipment.
For business networking applications, TI?s VoIP product portfolio includes:
* CPE Gateway Solutions:- Based on TI?s TMS320C54x? and TMS320C55x? DSP core technology and Telogy Software? for VoIP, TI has VoIP solutions for both residential/SOHO and enterprise gateway applications.
VoIP Product Development
The development of Voice-over-IP technology has revolutionized the way telecom does business. By enabling the transportation of voice traffic over data networks, VoIP drives the process of convergence between the public switched telephone networks (PSTN), the Internet and other private IP networks. Such convergence opens up opportunities for providers to offer new services and for users to enjoy significant cost savings.
With deployments in over 60 countries all over the world, SysMaster is leading the VoIP revolution and providing both traditional and emerging service providers with all key elements of modern VoIP networks, including billing servers, gatekeepers, gateways, softswitches, and applications servers.
VoIP Products Now Rated Avaya
VoIP management systems provider Viola Networks announced on Tuesday that its integrated VoIP assessment and monitoring suite, the NetAlly Lifecycle Manager, has now been rated compliant with keyIP telephony systems from Avaya
. VoIP adoption rates are nearing an inflection point due to cost savings and the increased flexibility and efficiency that convergence delivers," said Viola's president and CEO Uri Feldman in a statement. "As a result of Viola's compliance with Avaya, our enterprise, system integrator and service provider customers now can more confidently deploy VoIP systems, knowing that our open, standards-based platforms can help them easily incorporate new technology, speed installation and maximize cost effectiveness.