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Voip – Globalive launches new YakCell callback feature
March 27, 2007, 8:59 pm
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Globalive launches new YakCell callback feature
CNW Group – generation telecommunications solutions globally, today launched a new YakCell callback feature that will provide cell phone Globalive leads the market in hospitality operator services, VoIP, wireless services, hospitality, high speed Internet

Video: Microsoft releases, demos beta of Office Communications suite
ZDNet Blogs – Even better if they try to reach you at your office, you can set Office Communicator to forward all inbound VoIP calls to your cell phone (thanks to OCS’s PBX ability to integrate with the corporate PBX). Another example of context sensitivity

Speakeasy bought by Best Buy
Seattle Post Intelligencer – Speakeasy serves about 46,000 broadband customers nationally, mostly in the Bay Area and New York City. About 10,000 of them also buy so-called Voice Over Internet Protocol, or VOIP, a form of telecommunications that allows phone conversations to

Upwardly Mobile: What we can learn from the death of T-One
Silicon.com – But those benefits could quickly be erased should the VoIP network be compromised. silicon.com looks at what businessses – especially small and medium-sized enterprises – need to know about securing their VoIP systems and providing quality phone

Motorola and TeliaSonera Bring First UMA-Enabled Voice Gateway to
MSN MoneyCentral – The RSGu3502 is equipped with two RJ-11 analog phone ports, which enable mobile operators to deliver dial tone to the fixed It offers advanced packet routing and prioritization for Voice-over-IP (VoIP) services, ensuring superior Quality of

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