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Voip – Cisco faces iPhone trademark challenge in Canada
January 26, 2007, 10:59 pm
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Cisco faces iPhone trademark challenge in Canada
CNET News – Comwave , the second largest VoIP service in Canada, has been using the iPhone name for the service since 2004. “Our legal department has put Cisco on notice,” said Yuval Barzakay, president of Toronto-based Comwave. “We will see how they react and

For the record 26 January
ElectricNews.net – VoIP Seal, works by detecting and blocking unauthorised access based on a communication pattern observed during a call. According to NEC, this enables the detection and blocking of SPIT and prevents a user’s phone from ringing unnecessarily. VoIP

Global mobile phone sales top $115bn
PC Magazine UK – The fastest growing segment in the market by far is the dual-mode Wi-Fi/cellular VoIP phone, where worldwide units are shipping at a “phenomenal rate”. Infonetics forecasts a five-year compound annual growth rate of 198 per cent between 2006 and 2010

NEC Secures VOIP
Unstrung.com – The new technology, which defends against the threat of rapidly increasing spam IP phone calls, is expected to contribute significantly to the realization of safe voice over internet protocol (“VoIP”) phone networks in the future. VoIP SEAL(TM) will

DIC Telecom to follow Etisalat s VoIP blocking lead
ITP.net – After January 30, users based in Dubai Free Zone and Emaar properties will not be able to call phone lines from their PCs via services such as Skype. The telco provider that supplies internet services to users based in Dubai s Free Zone and Emaar

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