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Avaya bolsters IP phone line, 06/12/06

Avaya this week is expected to launch a line of IP phones, attempting to woo corporate users with cell phone-like features, high-clarity audio and simplified user interface.

Opinion: Microsoft vs. Cisco: The new clash of the titans, 06/12/06

A few years ago I suggested to both Cisco CEO John Chambers and Bill Gates that the day was coming when their companies would be competing against each other. Each replied that I once again had my head up my rear, that they had nothing but respect for ...

Opinion: Tax-happy feds should simply quit meddling, 06/12/06

Instead of taxing VoIP providers right along with traditional telcos, how about scrapping the entire dysfunctional Universal Services Fund in the first place? If need be, we can build out some flavor of telecom subsidy that actually works - but the ...

Avaya bolsters IP phone line, 06/12/06

Avaya next week is expected to launch a line of IP phones, attempting to woo corporate users with cell phone-like features, high-clarity audio and simplified user interface.

Court upholds VoIP wiretapping, 06/09/06

An FCC ruling requiring VoIP providers to give law enforcement agencies wiretapping capabilities is legal, a court ruled Friday.

Convergence Blog: Google's Schmidt solicits Net neutrality support, 06/08/06

Google is cranking up a political machine of sorts, trying to ...

World Cup voice, data network includes wireless links, 06/08/06

The voice and data network deployed by Avaya to support the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany, which kicked off Thursday, is the largest ever built for any sporting event, according to the networking company.

Man charged with selling hacked VoIP services, 06/07/06

A Miami man was charged Wednesday with stealing more than 10 million minutes of VoIP telephone service and then selling them to unsuspecting customers for as little as $0.004 per minute.

Convergence Newsletter: Microsoft's unified support for unified communications, 06/07/06

Microsoft has come out with support for unified communications in a big way with its Live Communications Server portfolio. Traditional ...

Mitel launches VoIP gear, apps, 06/07/06

Mitel this week launched a new lineup of VoIP gear, with IP phones, Gigabit Ethernet modules and wireless LAN telephony add-on products aimed at business phone end-users.

Global Crossing rolls out service enhancements and network upgrades, 06/07/06

This week Global Crossing made a handful of announcements including enhancements to its IP VPN, VoIP services and upgrades to its MPLS backbone.

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