• Avaya Targets VoIP At Branch Offices
    Avaya Monday launched Enterprise Connect Solutions, a set of products and services designed to bring robust communications to branch offices through IP telephony.
  • Cisco: IP Telephony Catching Up To Hype
    The reality of IP telephony is catching up with the hype, said a Cisco Systems executive Tuesday during a keynote address at the Spring VON 2003 voice conference in San Jose, Calif.
  • Wireless Remedies
    atients at Miami Children's Hospital may not realize it, but an invisible safety net is helping to protect them. Each time they receive medication from a nurse, a series of complex wireless transactions is taking place to make sure they get the right medication, in the right dose, at the right time.
  • Viola Rolls Out Assessment Tool For VoIP Networks
    Viola Networks, a vendor of network testing and performance verification software, recently launched a new tool solution providers can use to perform network readiness assessments when implementing IP telephony solutions.
  • Alcatel Unveils New IP Telephony Line
    Alcatel on Tuesday launched a new IP-PBX platform that runs on Linux and supports industry standards such as XML, VXML and SIP, an emerging IP communications protocol.
  • Siemens Standardizing HiPath IP Telephony Line
    Siemens Enterprise Networks Monday plans to introduce more modularity into its line of IP telephony products by unbundling its call processing software and offering it under its own brand name: HiPath ComScendo.
  • Avaya, Microsoft Team on CRM
    Avaya on Wednesday unveiled a pact with Microsoft's Business Solutions division to license Microsoft CRM and integrate it with Avaya's IP Office telephony product.
  • Tech Data's Telephony Push
    Tech Data has expanded its telephony catalog by adding Nortel Networks' Meridian communication products.
  • AltiGen, Cisco Update Contact Center Wares
    AltiGen Communications and Cisco Systems are expanding the capabilities of their IP-based contact center offerings, which solution providers said will improve the viability of IP telephony for their clients' customer service and sales departments.