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Breakthrough Research Speeds and Secures Internet Voice Traffic

The security platform developed by Verizon and Columbia University is the fastest of its kind in the world. Called a SIP-Aware Application Layer Gateway because it uses the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), this security filter allows or disallows VoIP traffic as it enters Verizon's network. more

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Add Verizon to List of Big Competitors in Cloud Computing

Phone company Verizon Communications is taking on IBM, Cisco Systems, Hewlett-Packard and Amazon as well as telecom rival AT&T in "cloud computing," a fast emerging Web-based service that lets business customers ratchet up their computing power, data storage and network bandwidth on demand. more

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Nearly 31 Million Business IP Phones Will Ship in 2012

The IP phone market is actually a tale of two drastically different markets-business and consumer-with the former thriving and the latter diverging in a drastically different direction, more

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Nearly 31 Million Business IP Phones Will Ship in 2012

The IP phone market is actually a tale of two drastically different markets-business and consumer-with the former thriving and the latter diverging in a drastically different direction, more

Related Tags: wi-fi, voip, in-stat, nortel, analog, wlan, pace


Nortel's bankruptcy filing enables radical change, and not just at Nortel

There is no immediate industry impact from this filing, as Nortel's downwards spiral has been gradual and bankruptcy restructurings take time. For Nortel's three key constituencies customers, investors, and staff the announcement reinforces but does not fundamentally change earlier concerns.  more

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Blame the 3G iPhone, Not the Carrier

Connectivity issues with Apple's popular iPhone 3G likely stem from the device, not the wireless carriers that support it, a problem that blemishes a product that has won rave reviews since it made its debut two months ago. more

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FOCUS: Research in Motion Readies BlackBerry 'Assault'

With new models of the ultra-popular BlackBerry reportedly waiting in the wings, Research In Motion is nearing a crucial period as it faces immense competition in the smart-phone market from the iPhone and other devices. more

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CTIA Wireless Show to Focus on Open Network Opportunities

The wireless industry will tout the benefits and business opportunities from open networks at this year's CTIA Wireless IT and Entertainment trade show when it starts Wednesday. more

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FCC Mulls Airwaves Sale by Region for Safety Network

The Federal Communications Commission, which is trying to create a national network for use by firefighters and police officers, is considering carving up a valuable block of soon-to-be-unused television airwaves and selling the parts to commercial partners by region. more

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Telecom Vendor Woes to Last Longer Than Previously Feared

Companies that sell networking gear to telecommunications-service providers face a tough couple of quarters. more

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