Maximizing your Business’s Meetings with VoIP Conferencing Suites

We live in an increasingly connected world, and every year there are new inventions on the market that help people stay plugged-in and in-the-loop at all times. As a result, it is much easier to keep businesses up and running in times when all employees cannot be in the same place. Your business may already use business-owned cell phones and laptops to keep employees connected, but if your company has not yet expanded into business VoIP IP video conferencing solutions, then you may not have … [Read more...]

VoIP for Travel

With cheap international rates, mobile apps, and facetime chat, VoIP technology is an ideal choice for travelers going on quick trips or long voyages. VoIP (“Voice over Internet Protocol”) is the means to make phone calls over the Internet instead of the traditional way of making phone calls through landlines or cellular towers. As long as the user is traveling to a place with Internet access, then they have the ability to stay connected to their family and friends back … [Read more...]

Vonage Releases Less-Costly Mobile VoIP Competitor to Skype

Vonage Mobile Dialer

In what seems like an endless uphill battle with Microsoft's Skype, Vonage has just taken steps that may help level the playing field a bit. The VoIP service provider has released Vonage Mobile, a new service for use with a couple of slick new mobile applications for the iPhone and Android smartphone platforms that the company feels surpasses Skype's mobile voice call and text offerings. Vonage Mobile apps are available for free download on both the iPhone App Store and Android … [Read more...]

Qualcomm VoIP Chip Could Signal the End of Metered Cell Calls

Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 MSM8960

Engadget and others today picked up on an acronym and initialism-laden press release from chip-maker Qualcomm about the "first successful VoIP-over-LTE to WCDMA handoff." Qualcomm's marketing folks may not have put it in an easy-to-understand fashion, but they believe this is an important breakthrough. They are right. The problem is that nobody — not even Engadget's usually reliable down-to-earth writers — have gotten past Qualcomm's alphabetic mumbo jumbo (i.e.: 3GPP, … [Read more...]