Andrew Garcia's Top Five VOIP Developments of the Year

 
 
By eweek  |  Posted 2012-05-28
 
 
 

Andrew Garcia's Top Five VOIP Developments of the Year

Both Asterisk and SIPx helped set the baseline for what should be expected-and can be done-with a VOIP implementation.

Andrew Garcia's Top Five VOIP Developments of the Year

Andrew Garcia's Top Five VOIP Developments of the Year - Small-Business VOIP

Vendors everywhere suddenly recognized that this sector was drastically underserved, and then proceeded to swamp the market. Surprisingly, Toshibas Strata CIX was recognized among the elite of this new breed.

Andrew Garcia's Top Five VOIP Developments of the Year - Small-Business VOIP

Andrew Garcia's Top Five VOIP Developments of the Year - Skype Starts Playing Nice with the Enterprise

Administrative templates, deployment guides, security best practices, small-business management front end and a variety of Skype devices all appeared this year.

Andrew Garcia's Top Five VOIP Developments of the Year - Skype Starts Playing Nice with the Enterprise

Andrew Garcia's Top Five VOIP Developments of the Year - e911 Stuck in Neutral

After years of limited success getting it right for cell phones, VOIP callers are now garnering similar results.

Andrew Garcia's Top Five VOIP Developments of the Year - e911 Stuck in Neutral

Andrew Garcia's Top Five VOIP Developments of the Year - Voice Over Wireless

Dual-mode phones are only now creeping into the market, but Meru Networks and Trapeze Networks are setting the standard for voice-ready wireless networks.

Andrew Garcia's Top Five VOIP Developments of the Year - Voice Over Wireless

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