VoIP News: February 2012
Such is the quality of voice over internet protocol (VoIP) solutions on the market today, making use of them is similar to enjoying the very best that high-end telephones can offer. That is the view of Tan Aksoy, chief executive officer at Telappliant, who has written a piece for SMEWeb in which he explores the numerous and significant benefits of investing in the technology. He started by noting that everybody is still aware of the difficult financial times the country is facing at the moment and how any solutions that are able to help firms save money will be particularly appealing.
Posted on: 2012-02-24, in: General VoIP
Roughly a third of addresses in the UK are suffering from poor residential and business broadband connections, according to the latest research. Comparison site uSwitch. com has found that approximately one in three buildings in the country have access to a broadband connection with a speed that is well below the national average.
Posted on: 2012-02-23, in: Broadband
The development of 4G broadband is moving at such a pace that mobile voice over internet protocol (VoIP) users could benefit from it by the end of 2012. Subscribers to the Everything Everywhere operator – of which there are about 27 million in the UK – have been told they may be able to access the latest broadband on their handsets within months. If regulators grant permission for the company – which is the result of a merger between Orange and T-Mobile – to roll out its 4G offering, all those who use the web on phones will be boosted.
Posted on: 2012-02-23, in: General VoIP
European lawmakers have been urged by a host of industry experts to keep a lid on data roaming charges when they set new price tariffs in the coming weeks. Mobile network Three has published an open letter to ministers in which it – along with bodies such as uSwitch. com, Which? and the Federation of Small Businesses – called for costs on using internet services abroad, possibly to run mobile voice over internet protocol (VoIP) solutions, to be controlled.
Posted on: 2012-02-22, in: Broadband
Voice over internet protocol (VoIP) is now a common feature of office-based telecommunications systems, but it will soon become the norm for mobile users too. That is the view of Martyn Davies, telecom consultant at Weird Crater, who said the majority of private branch exchanges are now VoIP-enabled, meaning many calls made and received by companies from their headquarters are now run over the internet rather than through traditional lines.
Posted on: 2012-02-22, in: General VoIP
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