Slack hooks up with Microsoft Teams and Zoom VoIP calls


6 days ago

Maybe the world needs the Pidgin of voice and video right now?


Call of Duty: Modern Warfare fragged our business VOIP: US ISP blames outage on smash-hit video game rush


3 months ago

This is Windstream, going dark...


How four rotten packets broke CenturyLink's network for 37 hours, knackering 911 calls, VoIP, broadband


8 months ago

FCC delivers postmortem after blunder cripples US fiber links


Gizmo5 Voip Software


12 months ago

If you ask an Internet user to name a Voice over IP software (VOIP) they will most likely mention Skype and fall silent after this. Skype is a well known brand, even […]


Have an instant talk using portable VoIP apps


12 months ago

Assuming you have some kind of headset or at least a cheap mike with speakers in the worst case, I bet you've already tried using some voice-over-IP services and you may have liked it except its being rather inflexible, heavy and maybe even complicated to set up.


Secure VOIP by encrypting it with ZFone


12 months ago

A new public beta of Zfone has been released a few days ago for windows xp, linux and mac os x. Zfone uses a new protocol called ZRTP, which is better than the other approaches to secure VoIP. "(ZRTP) achieves security without reliance on a PKI (Public Key Infrastructure), key certification, trust models, certificate authorities, or key management complexity that bedevils the email encryption world," Zimmermann explains.


Next-generation VoIP: Connecting up communications silos with the cloud


2 years ago

Company believes the new X Series is the next step to dominance in its fully integrated VoIP strategy.


Voxeet: VOIP for iPhone that sounds so sweet


5 years ago

A French/Silicon Valley start-up has introduced a multiplatform, 3D high-definition voice conferencing platform which alleviates many of the audio quality issues that plague most unified communications systems.


O2 to trial VoIP over Wi-Fi


9 years ago

O2 has announced it is going to try some VoIP services, under the brand of O2 Connect, while in America T-Mobile has opened up its Bobsled service to compete with Google Voice. O2 Connect is just a trial run to see how the services work and how users react to them. The trial is invitation only, though those attending Wired …