• VoWLAN (Voice over WLAN)

    VoWLAN (Voice over WLAN) is a method of sending voice information in digital form over a wireless broadband network. The technology is sometimes called "VoWi-Fi" or "Wi-Fi VoIP" because it uses the...

  • Cisco and Apple: A win-win?

    Both Cisco and Apple hold reputations for being difficult, stubborn and egotistical -- so is it really possible the two companies can work together and share the iPhone label? Though the dispute is...

  • VoIP startup untethers mobile workers from wired phones

    VoIP startup DiVitas Networks has voice-over-WiFi-to-cellular technology in the works that gives endusers access to enterprise apps and puts dual-mode handset management in the hands of network adm...

  • VoWLAN: An end-to-end infrastructure

    This article looks at the requirements and deployment considerations for the basic components of a wireless VoIP system.

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  • Cisco and Apple: A win-win?

    Both Cisco and Apple hold reputations for being difficult, stubborn and egotistical -- so is it really possible the two companies can work together and share the iPhone label? Though the dispute is said to be resolved, many analysts believe the promi... 

  • New Nokia devices will integrate Skype VoIP software

    Nokia and Skype have agreed to integrate this popular Internet calling platform into future Nokia devices. 

  • VoIP startup untethers would-be mobile workers from wireline office phones

    VoIP startup DiVitas Networks has voice-over-WiFi-to-cellular technology in the works that gives endusers access to enterprise apps and puts dual-mode handset management in the hands of network administrators. 

  • VoIP intrigues cellular users, irks service providers

    Upstart vendor Xcelis Communications is developing a service enabling cellular phone users to save money by using VoIP technology, but wireless carriers say the offering is an unfair play to steal their customers. 

  • Clothing firm likes fit of nonstandard VoWi-Fi QoS

    For one clothing retailer, a nonstandard approach was the best choice for ensuring voice quality over a wireless LAN, but experts disagree on whether 802.11e should be the default approach for VoWi-Fi QoS. 

  • Vendors make pitch for voice over Wi-Fi

    Vendors at the Pulver.com Wireless Internet Summit say that voice over Wi-Fi technology is a viable alternative for companies that struggle to get decent cell phone service in their corporate offices. 

  • VoIP-enabled WLANs offer cutting-edge benefits

    Many companies are treading slowly with both VoIP and wireless LAN projects, but one expert at CeBit America last week said that companies should implement them together. By doing so, companies can ensure that their employees can make and receive all... 

  • VoWLAN (Voice over WLAN)

    VoWLAN (Voice over WLAN) is a method of sending voice information in digital form over a wireless broadband network. The technology is sometimes called "VoWi-Fi" or "Wi-Fi VoIP" because it uses the IEEE 802.11 set of specifications (informally known ... 

  • New Nokia devices will integrate Skype VoIP software

    Nokia and Skype have agreed to integrate this popular Internet calling platform into future Nokia devices. 

  • VoWLAN (Voice over WLAN)

    VoWLAN (Voice over WLAN) is a method of sending voice information in digital form over a wireless broadband network. The technology is sometimes called "VoWi-Fi" or "Wi-Fi VoIP" because it uses the IEEE 802.11 set of specifications (informally known ... 

  • Cisco and Apple: A win-win?

    Both Cisco and Apple hold reputations for being difficult, stubborn and egotistical -- so is it really possible the two companies can work together and share the iPhone label? Though the dispute is said to be resolved, many analysts believe the promi... 

  • VoIP startup untethers would-be mobile workers from wireline office phones

    VoIP startup DiVitas Networks has voice-over-WiFi-to-cellular technology in the works that gives endusers access to enterprise apps and puts dual-mode handset management in the hands of network administrators. 

  • VoWLAN: An end-to-end infrastructure

    This article looks at the requirements and deployment considerations for the basic components of a wireless VoIP system. 

  • VoIP intrigues cellular users, irks service providers

    Upstart vendor Xcelis Communications is developing a service enabling cellular phone users to save money by using VoIP technology, but wireless carriers say the offering is an unfair play to steal their customers. 

  • Clothing firm likes fit of nonstandard VoWi-Fi QoS

    For one clothing retailer, a nonstandard approach was the best choice for ensuring voice quality over a wireless LAN, but experts disagree on whether 802.11e should be the default approach for VoWi-Fi QoS. 

  • Vendors make pitch for voice over Wi-Fi

    Vendors at the Pulver.com Wireless Internet Summit say that voice over Wi-Fi technology is a viable alternative for companies that struggle to get decent cell phone service in their corporate offices. 

  • VoIP-enabled WLANs offer cutting-edge benefits

    Many companies are treading slowly with both VoIP and wireless LAN projects, but one expert at CeBit America last week said that companies should implement them together. By doing so, companies can ensure that their employees can make and receive all... 

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