VoIP Broadband Service

VoIP Broadband Service
The type of broadband available to you depends on what technology the providers in your area offer. The four most common types of residential broadband service are:

1. Digital Subscriber Lines (DSL), which transmit data through phone lines without interfering with telephone service. Local phone companies typically offer DSL services; in some areas, other internet service providers also offer DSL services.

2. Cable modems, which provide access to the internet over cable lines without interfering with your cable television service. Cable modem internet access services typically are offered by the same companies that offer cable TV services in your area.

3. Fiber optic broadband, which is a new and faster type of broadband service. The same fiber optic line providing your broadband service simultaneously can deliver phone and video (television) services. Fiber optic broadband is currently available only in certain areas.

4. Mobile wireless broadband services, which are available from mobile telephone service providers. Such services are accessible through certain wireless telephones and PDA devices (personal digital assistants). They also can be accessed using a computer with a built-in or plug-in air card.

Business VoIP Service

Business VoIP Service
Making the change to Voice over IP (that's VoIP) service for your business can bring many cost-effective advantages in addition to its ease of use. As the lending crisis and economic meltdown worsen, businesses are looking to slash costs in every available way; in most cases, business voip service is a sensible way to dramatically reduce the monthly phone bills.

VoIP service has additional advantages over traditional phone service in that it is easily scalable and relatively maintenance free. Additionally, most voip business plans offer unlimited nationwide calling for a flat rate fee. If you have a small- or medium-sized company, business voip offers "big business" features that will increase your professional appearance. With Hosted PBX plans, you can typically add or remove phone lines with a couple of clicks using your mouse. Remote offices can use the same phone system as the main office. Having the same system means easy extension dialing, call forwarding, and many other features. It's like you're in the same office, even if you are continents away!

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VOIP Solutions and Business VOIP Solutions

VOIP Solutions
The VoIP Solutions permit the transferring of voice using information packets over a network. Enterprises & people are adopting this new know-how to make low cost telephony feasible for international callers. In fact, a massive deal of migration is seen from proprietary PBX systems to IP based telephony systems. The PSTN most often provide a gateway to VoIP calls. So, all it takes for service providers is to terminate calls from VoIP to PSTN or from PSTN to VoIP. This is the reason why it is feasible for service providers to send VoIP calls to analogue rings, mobile rings or cordless rings.

VoIP solution are dependent on the Net connection. A high speed Net ensures efficient functioning of a method with proper accessing of the latest services offered by the service providers. The services can be in forms such as voice messages, e-mails, faxes, find me - follow me, conference calling, music on hold & more such amazing features. So with lots of options in hand it is obvious that any kind of business can flourish using the Voice Over IP know-how. The business VoIP solutions has actually made call centres & other business houses adopt this latest know-how.

There's several benefits that draw people to Voice Over IP. The method has fixed every month fee & the charges do not vary, how much one may be using the services. The possession charges is also kept low. Then the method is basically installed, enabling the roll out of services instantly. The VoIP solution providers have an integrated method whereby they offer a single management platform. It increases the efficiency of the method. The users of VoIP are also benefited with several designs. It may be in the kind of free calling minutes in a month, free sending of text messages, free international calling, video conference calls, business VoIP & residential VoIP services. So, the users find the services offered by VoIP solution providers to be fruitful for jogging an organisation or even for personal usage.

The simple availability of Net at any place of the world has led to the accessing of business VoIP solution at any place of the world. It's even reached remote areas & so dreams of converting such places to major business hubs is now made feasible by VoIP.

3CXPhone - FREE VoIP Phone for Windows, Android and Iphone

3CX VOIP Phone

The Mobile Broadband Forum 2010 will take place from October 12th to 15th in Lisbon, Portugal. Building on previous success with the LTE Forum, which has been held in Stockholm and Lisbon, The Mobile Broadband Forum 2010 is a unique conference that combines two key events, the LTE Forum and the RCS Forum in a single conference. Workshops, Panel Sessions and Keynote Presentations will be offered by leading analysts, international operators, regulators and leading representatives from the industry.

Alfredo Baptista, CTO of Portugal Telecom to deliver Keynote Address in plenary session of the latest edition of this successful event.

LTE and RCS are complementary initiatives and analysts confirm that new service requirements — particularly those enabled by the RCS specifications — and new wireless architectures - especially LTE - are driving new, more urgent requirements to move to IMS architectures in the core of the network and fueling growth in innovative services for consumer and enterprise subscribers.

Mobile Broadband Forum – Stream A “LTE Forum”
The LTE Forum 2010 will help operators to identify the evolutionary steps to 4G LTE (Long Term Evolution), to understand the drivers for migration, and to determine what they need to be doing now to ensure their networks remain competitive.
Presentations from mobile operators and other industry experts will help delegates to understand why, when and how to migrate to 4G LTE, and how they can prepare for the adoption of these critical standards.

Mobile Broadband Forum – Stream B “RCS Forum”
The Rich Communications Suite has been heralded as marking a major revolution in personal mobile communications. With promising signs from early trials and widespread support amongst the mobile operator and vendor ecosystem, many in the industry believe that RCS will significantly change the nature of personal communications.
The Mobile Broadband Forum 2010 brings operators, vendors, end-users, regulators, experts, analysts and the media together to discuss, debate, and discover trends and strategies of Next Generation Mobile technology.

Packet8 Forum

Packet8 Forum

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephony is a technology that is shrinking the world. In fact, VoIP is emerging almost as fast as the original telephone did over 100 years ago. Many business and home users are switching to VoIP telephony to save money on long distance charges. However, unlike the original telephone, VoIP is being developed and offered by several different companies, and this has lead to a variety of different hardware and software being used. Like any new technology, there are a few hurdles to be cleared along the way - but as more and more of these issues are resolved, it seems clear that VoIP is poised to become the dominant telephone technology of the twenty-first century.

One of the leading providers of home VoIP is [url=www.packet8.com]Packet8[/url], which offers free calling throughout the US and Canada, as well as extremely low long distance rates to other countries around the world. Packet8 also offers innovative features like videophones and fax services, all at rates much lower than comparable public telephone (PSTN) service. VoIP also offers increased bandwidth, meaning that phone calls can also include data streams for multimedia presentations.

For home users, the chief advantage lies in maximizing the broadband Internet connection that they already have to pay for - the cost of a broadband connection and VoIP phone service combined are usually lower than the cost of a broadband connection and a PSTN line. However, how do you know if Packet8 VoIP is the right choice for you? One great way to find out about Packet8 is to investigate the discussion at a Packet8 forum.

A [url=www.google.com/search?hl=en&ie=UTF-8&q=packet8+forum]Packet8 forum[/url] will include comments from past and current subscribers, as well as responses from Packet8 executives and/or technical support representatives. By reading a Packet8 forum, you can gain some insight into the technical difficulties some customers have faced when using Packet8 VoIP. The Packet8 forum will also include questions and answers about installing Packet8 hardware, as well as testimonials from customers who are pleased with Packet8's VoIP service. There are a wide variety of technical discussion groups on the Web, and a number of them have Packet8 forums. By reading a few of these forums, you can increase your own personal "data base" of information about Packet8 before you sign up for service.

If you know about some of the experiences that other customers of Packet8 have undergone, you will be better prepared to ask questions about installing and getting Packet8 VoIP service up and running. A Packet8 forum can be a tremendous source of information, and will help you to understand the myriad of issues arising from VoIP technology in general and Packet8 service in particular

What Matters in Cloud Telephony

Cloud Telephony
I was heartened this week to see some of the sharpest minds I know in cloud telephony and unified communications get together with the acquisition of Teleku by Voxeo. Teleku and Voxeo’s Tropo service are complimentary ones that offer lots of goodies for developers, and I’m anxious to see what these guys will be cooking up now that they have joined forces. Congrats to all involved!

While there is lots of discussion about what this acquisition means for the constantly changing landscape of cloud telephony, this move validates (in my mind) some of the important trends that will determine which cloud telephony companies will be around for the long-term and how developers will use their services.

None of this is new - I’ve said it all before. It is worth noting, however, that all of the trends that I’ve observed before that are going to make the difference in the cloud telephony space are ones that both Tropo and Teleku do very well.

Portability - underscored not only by Teleku’s support for the open standard VoiceXML, but also the Tropo crew’s involvement in the Asterisk world, and the defacto standard for building Asterisk apps in Ruby - Adhearsion.

SIP integration - remember this kids: true cloud telephony has SIP baked in - the rest is just marketing fluff. Both Tropo and Teleku support SIP interoperability and make it very easy for developers to use SIP as part of their applications.

Multi-channel / multi-modality - Both Tropo and Teleku have big multi-modal chops. Being able to interact with users on multiple communication channels from one code base is a key tenet of unified communications and cloud telephony, and this will become increasingly important in the future.

Speech recognition - cloud telephony isn’t your grandfather’s way to build a phone app, so why should users be restricted to their grandfather’s way of interacting with a phone app? Speech recognition is fully supported in both Tropo and Teleku, and this will matter more and more to cloud telephony developers going forward.

So if you’re wondering what the next change in the cloud telephony landscape will be, you can bet that one of these trends will dictate the change.

Google Voice in GMail

Google Voice in GMail
One step closer to SIP integration, or at least Asterisk integration using the chan_gtalk module: yesterday, Google added PSTN calling to their GMail-embedded Talk/Chat product.

Making a call from the GMail-embedded talk client uses a linked Google Voice account, thus call history appears in the Voice dashboard and the caller ID is the Google Voice number. Interesting.

This functionality doesn't seem to appear in the standalone Google Talk client, nor does the web module appear directly in Google Voice. The only way to make a non-telephone-integrated call (that is, it doesn't utilize your Gizmo5 account, land line, or cell phone) is to do so through GMail chat. I have to wonder why it didn't appear in the Google Voice web interface first, or the standalone Talk client, but suspect that these will be coming. SIP integration still seems to be at least two or three steps away.

Internet Telephony using VoIP Solution

Internet Telephony

Calling through the Internet comes with several forms and benefits, users can make long distance calls at significantly lower rates. With the help of Internet telephony services users are not constrained to voice transmission alone. They can make the most of internet calls and share data, video and images at faster speeds than PSTN or any other networks. Moreover, this recent mode of communication over the Internet increases call productivity and cost efficiency.

Due to these reasons, IP telephony is getting very popular among business and for residential users. In addition, the residential users are as a matter of fact, they are also part of e-world and enjoying the benefits that comes with cheaper calls. With the help of VoIP, users are able to make cheap call from a normal phone to an overseas mobile. It works exactly the same way as calling to other local phones or landlines. Cheap calls to international destinations provide users with fully packed features like reliability, mobility, continuity, scalability, security and quality of services. Calling to international destinations through VoIP does not require any technical features.

Faxing using VoIP Solution

Voice VoIP
As far as VoIP has been in introduced in Voice telephone calls, faxing over VoIP still has a lot of benefits.

Faxing on a Voice VoIP line is possible but not its usage is very minimal. You can fax a page over your Voice VoIP line but it may take several technologies to accomplish. The reason is when the fax tone is compressed into packets, there is packet loss. Packet loss on a voice is not very critical compared to little packet loss, we can still hear and understand what the person is conversing. But, when there is packet loss or packet transmission on a fax, there is a chance of mess up the fax. This results in a bad fax, error message, or even a dropped call. When we send over a Fax Codec, the loss of packets is minimized and faxes generally reaches to its destination. But in the case of a large fax where it goes up to 10 pages there is a chance of a losing of Fax. It is recommended that a users who is planning on faxing is better to get a fax machine which also doubles as a scanner and can also convert potential faxes into a .PDF file.

Laptops and Mobile VoIP to drive Wireless Networking Industry

Wireless Networking Industry
Increased laptop technology, 802.11n and Wi-Fi deployments, and many other mobile VoIP demand has driven the growth of wireless networking industry. Wireless networking has performed strongly from the year 2007 according to managing director, Ian Schenkel, of enterprise wireless consultancy, AirMagnet. Security problems and many other issues will continue to challenge wireless deployments, as the year the wireless industry finally grew up.

AirMagnet expects the global wireless industry to grow a further 40% in 2008. Laptop computers, are most of which are now Wi-Fi-enabled, which contributes significantly to wireless growth in the coming year, Researchers have found that a recent study shows projecting 19% annual growth in laptop shipments through 2011, as well as the incoming wave of for the 802.11n-based networking products. AirMagnet also mentioned that the growing market for Wi-Fi-equipped dual-mode cell phones, before this technology becomes truly widespread, it has to be as reliable as fixed-line voice networks.

Some Important Facts About VOIP

Facts About VOIP

VOIP it is nothing else but the voice over internet protocol. We can easily perform your phone calls as well as receive them whenever you require. All we need is a broadband internet connection, which can help out to dial the number of your choice. And it will be quite surprising when we will go through the rates of these phone calls through Voice over IP.

They are so less that most of the users do not realize or believe this new technology has brought a revolution in the field of the telecommunication. There is no hidden cost and hence we will not charge to pay more. We just have a Look at the home phone with the telephone connection and then enjoy talking to anybody all over the the world at the least rates.This home phone service will only require few minutes to register for it and have to pay through PayPal and we will realize that you are in profit all the time. We can save around 1200 dollars per year and this is a really a big amount or we can go for the monthly payment which will save around 100 dollars per month and hence this is really very fruitful to all users.

TCM Mobile with Dual Band VoIP Phone

TCM Mobile
There is a new version of handset coming from TCM Mobile that will work on both the TCM Mobile Cellular VoIP Network and also on the usual traditional GSM cellular networks. The dual band phone is release is very successful in the market and has reached the customers very much.

Currently any existing dual band handset available in the market and is product of TCM’s revolutionary, patented software into it. This represents a significant opportunity for the manufacturers to grow sales of their own product in conjunction with the TCM Cellular VoIP network.

With existing dual band handsets in the market, the GSM cellular service is the default mode and WiFi is a value added feature which allows for lower cost service in home/office enterprise environments. TCM’s dual band device is the first of its kind whereby the Mobile VoIP service is the default mode and GSM Network can be used as coverage in absence of TCM’s coverage area.

MyNetFone establishes new VoIP offering


MyNetFone has established one new offering in which VoIP has only phone system in an effort to better services its small business users and cement its position in the SME market.The ASX-listed company has givend a deal with Panasonic to market the VoIP , in conjunction with the release of its small office cap plans.
This is a statement to the ASX the company which was pitching the new offering to small and medium businesses looking to cut the costs associated with a traditional PBX or additional phone lines.MyNetFone technical director claimed that the product will make the deployment and expansion of an SIP-based phone system simple. The Panasonic KX-TGP500 is an entry type digital which enhanced cordless telecommunications (DECT) consisting of a location free base unit and a cordless handset, while the Panasonic it is a base unit with a corded and cordless handset. Each unit can help to register up to six cordless handsets with up to three lines.The range has been designed for the users to be very easy to set up and use, and has been tested and pre-configured to interwork with MyNetFone's VoIP services.

Broadband and PC to Phone VoIP Solution Provider

Broadband voip
This option allows us to search for current special offer offered by any broadband or PC to Phone VoIP provider around the world. VoIP providers have some "Special Offer" to attract customers and we will highlight these specials in this search feature. In most cases you will find 1 or 2 months offered for free, and no activation charges, low international rates on some monthly packages, free minutes and other facility have been provided. We have limited our comparison functionality to the 12 most important VoIP service providers which is featured in most providers that offer a variety of other features, which many users may and will never use. VoIP is the latest technology in Broadband phone communication and VoIP technology designed for active cell.

Google Introduces Java Email Client for Mobile Phones

Google voip

Google is aiming to increase its production in the world of mobile email, this has a new Java-based version of Gmail which has been designed specifically for handheld devices. Most mobile phones currently on the market are capable of running the application which allows users task easy to check their existing email accounts more easily than with any other browser-based version of Gmail.

Google has now taken the step of extending their popular web mail solution, GMail, to mobile phone users and many more including some of the features that could be accessed from a computer. The technology with the ability to download attachments in a wide variety of formats, and can even make more phone calls to people on your email contacts list, Gmail mobile has other potential to become just as popular on cell phones as it is on computers.

VoIP an Ultimate Solution for calling

VoIP solution providers

In the information technology department the world has witnessed revolutionary changes in all sectors. These channels have been providing powerful to changes entire the global communication process. One of the most important methods is VoIP is the acronym for Voice over Internet Protocol. This latest method of communicating is absolutely dependent on the Internet. It is a channel which allows international calls also at the cheap rates despite of its popularity. This VoIP service is provided at a very affordable cost by various important VoIP solution providers. This service is extremely minimal and also it requires one time investment and later the user can enjoy the real benefits of this facility. This facility is especially very popular among the big corporate houses that employ these VoIP solutions to upgrade the performance of the offices which is located in various parts of the world. This way they also manage the distant branches.

But there are few major points that a user should bear in mind before going for availing this service. First, a personal computer is a must to make use of the full advantage of these VoIP solutions. Secondly, a high speed broadband connection is required since the service is dependent on the Internet's connectivity speed. Third, Since we know the service is very economical and cheap, the user should be aware of the changing call rates and tariff plans.