Voice networking and VoIP

  • January 09, 2006 09 Jan'06

    Microsoft tests Live Messenger service

    Microsoft has started beta testing its Windows Live Messenger service, which includes features such as voice over IP.

  • January 05, 2006 05 Jan'06

    Symantec moves into IM

    In what may be an interesting trend for the year, leading security firm Symantec has signed a definitive agreement to acquire IMlogic, a market leader in enterprise software for instant messaging (IM).

  • January 05, 2006 05 Jan'06

    Skype launches Wi-Fi VoIP phone

    Skype and Netgear are the latest firms to offer a Wi-Fi phone that works on voice over IP networks.

  • January 04, 2006 04 Jan'06

    Symantec enters instant messaging security market by acquisition

    Security software company Symantec is targeting the instant messaging security market by acquiring leading player IMlogic.

  • December 13, 2005 13 Dec'05

    Research firm's IP phones go wireless

    The British Market Research Bureau, part of the Millward Brown Group, will this month extend its IP telephony system to support wireless telephony.

  • December 13, 2005 13 Dec'05

    Microsoft starts beta of Windows Live Messenger with VoIP

    Microsoft has started beta testing a Windows Live Messenger service that includes features such as voice over IP.

  • December 09, 2005 09 Dec'05

    Voice over IP wobbles over security

    A sceptical 43% of the 100 European IT directors are worried about security according to a survey by Viatel. Despite their concerns, two-thirds of respondents believe the potential for 50% cost savings and added functionality of Voice over IP (VOIP)...

  • December 05, 2005 05 Dec'05

    Improved VoIP is no fluke with Visual Networks takeover

    Fluke Electronics is buying Visual Networks for £45m, partly to offer companies a voice over IP (VoIP) network testing product.

  • December 02, 2005 02 Dec'05

    Anglian Water adopts VoIP in £25m deal

    Anglian Water has awarded Siemens Communications a five-year £25m outsourcing contract to manage its communications network and introduce Voice over IP services.

  • November 28, 2005 28 Nov'05

    Pioneering projects all part of university's £10m VoIP deal

    The University of Salford has signed a 20-year deal with ntl Business to deploy an IP telephony system and a wide area network linking more than 30 university buildings at speeds of 1Gbyte a second and above.