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Virtual BlackBerry Due in the Fall

Research in Motion Ltd. has announced that beginning in the fall smartphone users will be able to load an application from the company that will replace a native Windows Mobile OS with the BlackBerry interface. That will allow users of competitive devices to take advantage of the BlackBerry push e-mail service and other applications. The […]

Nortel Tackles SMB with New Solutions, Partner Initiatives

Nortel is taking the SMB market head on with a new marketing campaign, new solutions set and a new set of training and demand-generation initiatives for its indirect sales partners. Nortels new My Business campaign will debut in mid-May and addresses the challenges faced by todays SMB customers, which have the same business needs as […]

TalkSwitch Adds IP Extensions

TalkSwitch has added IP extensions for all its VS, 48-CA and 48-CVA systems, the company said Wednesday. TalkSwitch systems now can serve businesses with up to 64 users per location. Customers can use the IP extension blocks to double the capacity of the TalkSwitch systems in their network; this increasestheir configuration options, according to TalkSwitch. […]

Bumper Crop

THE BUZZ AROUND THE smartphone/PDA segment is in full bloom, fed partly by the frenzy of devices that were unveiled a few weeks ago at what is the breadbasket of the wireless world, 3GSM World Congress. The close to 51,000 people who descended on Barcelona, Spain, for wireless biggest event of the year were treated […]

Keynote Systems Launches Testing Service for Mobile Content

Aiming to help service providers ensure the quality of their offerings, Keynote Systems Inc. announced at CTIA Wireless 2007 the build-out of a global distributed mobile test and measurement network. Keynotes on-demand testing and monitoring service will initially allow companies to measure their mobile applications, services and content quality on both real and emulated devices […]

Best Buy to Acquire Speakeasy for $97 Million

In a move that positions the consumer electronics retailer as a one-stop communications shop for small businesses, Best Buy announced Tuesday it is buying broadband services provider Speakeasy Inc. for $97 million. Speakeasy sells T1, business-class DSL, business VoIP and managed services to verticals such as real estate and doctors offices with 50 or fewer […]

AT&T Plans 3G Video Sharing Service

Starting this summer, AT&T Inc.s wireless customers in more than 50 markets will be able to add video to their cell calls and share the content as part of a planned service the carrier began demonstrating at the CTIA Wireless show Tuesday. Video Share, a 3G-enabled offering, allows users to send a live video stream […]

Linksys Expands CPE VoIP Line

Linksys the leader in VoIP products for consumer through retail with about 90 percent marketshare and the fastest growing vendor in SIP-based phone and IP PBX solutions in the SMB market has unveiled a handful of new products, as well as software enhancements to existing gear. The companys new SIP phone appliance, the SPA8000, is […]

Covergence Launches Secure Connections Program

Covergence Inc. has launched its Secure Connections Program, which it said is designed to enable organizations to deploy VoIP and real-time collaboration services to an array of SIP endpoints. Participation in the Secure Connections Program requires that an organizations VoIP and real-time collaboration endpoints pass a series of tests to ensure they can deliver comprehensive, […]

D2 Technologies Launches New Embedded VoIP Software

Embedded software provider D2 Technologies has unleashed the next generation of its vPort VoIP product line, which enables manufacturers to quickly and affordably develop such VoIP-enabled devices as Wi-Fi/VoIP dual-mode phones, triple-play devices, advanced VoIP adapters/gateways, IP phones and other mobile devices. The new version of vPort offers enhanced multiservice/multisession protocol support, allowing it to […]

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