Hosted Softswitch Featured Articles

  • What Mobile Demand is Doing to the Industry
    The opportunity to send your calls over the public Internet may not excite you, unless you compare the cost of doing so. The standard fees associated with the traditional landline typically don't exist with the VoIP line - you pay one fee for one connection and nothing else. For the small business, a similar logic applies, although your cost will be higher to support the added people and functionality... Read More
  • Switch Partitions Make it Easy to Dole Out Softswitch Access
    Sometimes softswitch users have the same need to share but still maintain their independence. With a softswitch such as REVE System's iTel Switch Plus, it is possible to create softswitch partitions that act as independent softswitches but are still part of one larger softswitch... Read More
  • When Passwords Are Not Safe Enough
    The world is not a safe place, and anyone who watches the news or checks Facebook is aware that recently we've all become a little less safe thanks to the Heartbleed secure socket layer flaw that compromises Internet security... Read More
  • REVE Systems Honored for Excellence in UC
    As companies throughout the world have adopted the benefits associated with the all-IP environment, vendors are readily popping up to try and meet the growing demand. In the process, the market has become more crowded and companies have more options than ever before. The challenge now, is identifying those IP softswitch providers who bring quality and competitive pricing to the table and support the customer's initiatives for the long term... Read More
  • Calling Card Apps Improve the Mobile VoIP Experience
    VoIP service providers also benefit as they can offer the Calling Card App as a service for their customer base. The app supports Android, iOS and BlackBerry platforms and with white label branding options, they can leverage the iTel Mobile Hybrid Dialer as their own, increasing brand visibility while further driving customer loyalty... Read More
  • Are You Ready to Select the Right Hosted Softswitch?
    If you have already made significant investments in your desktop hardware, however, you may want your hosted softswitch to simply feed the communication data through your current network. If you are accustomed to the control afforded with the PBX, you may want a virtual PBX option that still moves operation away from your equipment, but gives you more control over how it operates... Read More
  • Fixed Line Communication Could Meet its Demise in 15 Years Thanks to VoIP
    There have been several reports out lately forecasting that we can expect to see about 130 million people making mobile video calls in just four years. One factor that makes this a possibility is the current push to deploy 4G LTE networks. A byproduct of LTE networks covering so much ground in so many regions is the technological advancements in VoIP and VoLTE... Read More
  • How to Profit with VoIP No Matter Which Route You Choose
    Second, security is a vital concern when it comes to VoIP. It is important that VoIP providers have a way to limit damage when a customer's smartphone is stolen. In developing countries, this issue can be even more pronounced... Read More
  • eSBC Market Up Thanks to SIP Trunking
    It's that time once again to check in with the enterprise session border controller (eSBC) market to get a handle on how it performed over the last quarter. In this specific overview, Infonetics Research has reported on the fourth quarter of 2013 and provides financial numbers and performance for the entire year... Read More
  • Advanced Carrier IP Market to Grow
    As more people opt for smartphones and other devices, this will drive demand for more advanced services from carriers. They've been struggling to keep up with the sheer amount of data that smartphones push across their networks, so there's a big incentive to upgrade if they want to keep their customers... Read More
  • Will Mobile VoIP Replace Voice Communications?
    It appears the answer is, "Yes" as carriers are even embracing this shifting landscape, augmenting their mobile broadband networks with small cells and Wi-Fi offloads. Wireless carriers and telecommunications companies are shifting into the role of data brokers and opportunities will be found in smart and embedded devices that allow the user to take communications to the next level... Read More
  • Access to the Hosted Softswitch Just Got Better
    The demand for better communications is consistently on the rise as access to more advanced technology is improving. Companies no longer need to invest in significant in-house communications deployments as the cloud has introduced a seamless experience that is now under the management of a third party. The hosted softswitch is the perfect example and REVE Systems is on a course for innovation... Read More
  • REVE Systems Takes Mobile VoIP to Mobile World Congress
    Mobile World Congress is underway already in Barcelona, Spain and companies from across the globe are displaying the latest and greatest in tech. While mobile is the central focus of the event, solutions from wearable tech, to mobile apps and video solutions, are making waves... Read More
  • Carrier Investment in VoIP is Strong, Report Finds
    The company's iTel Switch Plus solution is a carrier-grade softswitch that features multi-level reseller support, easy end user interface, integrated billing, and class 4 &5 softswitch features. By offering innovations such as the option to have an infinite number of reseller levels and never-go-negative balance protection, the company is well positioned for the VoIP growth as firms of all sizes make the move to IP... Read More
  • REVE Systems Shows Off for South Asian Carriers
    Singapore-based REVE Systems offers mobile VoIP, softswitch, billing and bandwidth optimization solutions for providers looking to have a leg up on the competition in today's demanding market... Read More
  • Providers Looking to Diversify in Tightening VoIP Market
    Making the transition can be challenging, though, which is where REVE comes into the picture. The company delivers solutions that enable the core line of business, but in the process they bring something extra to the table. This enables firms to gently add services and offerings, easily differentiating and expanding business without having to make a dramatic departure from the core business or invest in a lot of new infrastructure as part of a major new initiative... Read More
  • VoIP Can Be an Equalizer for Small Business
    Mobile VoIP enables employees at companies of any size to take the office with them when they telecommute or work from outside the office, starting the day with calls at the office, continuing the day's calls while on the go from a smartphone, and ending the business day from a home office... Read More
  • Why Quality Voice Isn't Enough to Secure Mobile VoIP Revenue
    Voice was once a great revenue stream for mobile operators everywhere. Consumers and professionals wanted to stay connected regardless of location and they were willing to pay a premium for the convenience. While live calls from any location can still take place, the availability of mobile VoIP has changed the business model in terms of revenue generation and providers now have to include value added services if they hope to remain competitive... Read More
  • Hosted Softswitch Opportunity Rich in China
    Traditional Internet phone service companies will hold significant appeal for hardware providers and mobile phone application developers as they seek to improve overall quality. Companies like REVE Systems have already addressed this challenge in its solutions, delivering a turnkey hosted softswitch solution supported by a proven network of quality connections... Read More
  • Mobile VoIP Demand Grows, Turnkey Solutions Hold More Appeal
    Today, companies like REVE Systems are extending mobile VoIP solutions for carriers wishing to get in on the opportunity in this space and meet growing consumer demand. The company's iTel Dialer Express provides operators with a turnkey offering available on all smartphone platforms. By leveraging this capability, carriers can quickly leverage new revenue opportunities without infrastructure build out or risk, extending the value of their brand to a whole new market... Read More
  • REVE Systems Brings Mobile VoIP to Miami
    Singapore-based mobile VoIP provider REVE Systems offers service providers the solutions they need to compete in today's mobile market... Read More
  • Call Shops: Another Option for Long Distance Calling
    For service providers, Call Shops are an easy way to earn additional profit. To assist with making this management a breeze, mobile VoIP solutions provider REVE Systems offers a dedicated Call Shop module for use with its iTel Switch Plus Platform... Read More
  • SBC Market to Maintain Growth as VoLTE-related Spending Rises
    It seems as though 2014 will be the year of VoLTE after all, according to a new report from Dell'Oro Group. Indeed, the research firm for the networking and telecommunications industries has reported that spending in voice core key growth segments, LTE and IP multimedia subsystem (IMS) core will continue to increase over the next five years... Read More
  • Security Should Be a Higher Priority for VoIP
    REVE has developed the iTel Switch Plus Security Device for its softswitches to ensure that criminals cannot take advantage of its products. The device generates a one time password or security code that is required to gain access to its iTel Switch Plus. The code provides a secondary layer of authentication beyond the standard username and password combination... Read More
  • The Beauty of Calling Cards
    If there are only two things that can ruin a traveler's journey, its lost luggage, and high calling costs. While there isn't always much we can do about how airlines handle our luggage in route to our destination, there is something to be done about exuberant calling rates when trying to communicate from long distances... Read More
  • Better Integrated VoIP Systems Could Improve Emergency Response Services
    For anyone who has ever had to make a call to 911, it is well understood that time is of the essence in a life-or-death situation. That's why call response times need to be as fast as possible for all incoming calls, ensuring that nobody is forced to endure a busy signal or have an automated attendant tell them to hold while their house is burning down... Read More
  • Tips for Safe Mobile VoIP Calling
    Staying connected on the move has always been the priority in mobile communications. To provide more control over access and costs, a number of mobile users have embraced the opportunity to leverage mobile VoIP. This technology not only allows for lower cost communications, it also eliminates many of the barriers that exist when users travel outside of their home country... Read More
  • Enterprise Users: Beware of Mobile VoIP Security
    The value of VoIP is almost undisputed at this point, from cost savings to feature set, flexibility and mobility. But VoIP must be secure, at least when it comes to corporate use. Terms such as that now included with Facebook's service are frankly inappropriate for any business with trade secrets or competition... Read More
  • It's 2014. Make Way for Mobile VoIP
    Now that we've entered a new year, we will start to see how and why we consume the technologies that we do, setting new trends as said technologies evolve and become part of our every day processes. As mobility has paved the way for newer services, and with the proliferation of mobile devices and savvier applications, we can expect to see mobile VoIP become an important technology in 2014... Read More
  • VoLTE Expected to Make Its Big Debut in 2014
    While cellular companies in the U.S. and abroad continue expanding and improving upon their 4G network builds and marketing campaigns, they are also looking forward to finally introduce VoLTE to the mix. Voice over LTE is expected to launch in a significant way in 2014... Read More
  • REVE Systems Discusses Advances in Mobile VoIP, Plans for 2014
    As the number of users with a mobile phone continues to climb across the globe, new technologies and solutions that make calling and communicating with those devices easier and more affordable, are introduced regularly... Read More
  • JD.com Granted One of First Licenses in China to Resell Mobile Telecom Services
    China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has awarded JD.com one of the first licenses in China to resell mobile telecom services... Read More
  • Why VoIP Should Include Mobile
    The two main reasons companies are turning to VoIP is the ability to streamline communications and eliminate the need to manage the system in-house. When this capability is extended to the mobile professional, the company is able to realize the full benefits of the VoIP connection, including streamlined costs and consistent performance. If a customer calls the office to reach a particular person, the call is easily transferred to a mobile device in another state. The experience is seamless for both parties... Read More
  • New Mobile VoIP and Airline Partnership Raises Questions about Plane Phone Usage
    A debate in the U.S. has recently sprung back to life regarding whether or not it is safe and acceptable to use cell phones while planes are in flight. Lobbyists for cell phone companies are obviously quite enthusiastic about the potential lowering of cell phone usage while in flight. It is interesting that opponents of the measure are spending less time arguing about the potential health and safety concerns, but rather simply noting that airplanes are the last bastion of peace for many people, the only place where they can rest assured that they won't have to endure the chatter of individuals arguing with spouses or, sometimes worse, just laughing and shooting the breeze with someone to pass the time... Read More
  • Australia's Do Not Call List Swells, Mobile VoIP Gaining Attention
    Telemarketers are basically just going where the money is, or rather in this case, where the people are. This in turn is likely leaving Australians who'd rather not deal with telemarketers-and this is likely a pretty large batch of people-looking to other means like a Do Not Call registry to keep phones quiet. Increasing numbers of sign-ups suggest that it's working, and working well, but only time will tell if it continues to do so, or an increasingly digital economy simply spawns better telemarketers... Read More
  • REVE Systems' iTel Mobile Hybrid Dialer Used to Create YTALK HD Dialer
    Thanks to its iTel Mobile Hybrid Dialer base, YTALK also allows for the use of calling cards. Put simply, the iTel Mobile Hybride Dialer automates the use of calling cards, meaning users don't need to remember the access number, PIN and destination number every time they make a call. The app also offers straightforward mobile VoIP functionality... Read More
  • Mobile VoIP Messaging On the Rise
    Providers like REVE Systems offer applications that allow users to make VoIP calls right from their mobile devices. For service providers, an optimal feature is custom branding. With the REVE Systems solution, the Mobile Dialer can run using whatever branding you choose... Read More
  • Recent Modular Ethernet Switch Sales Reach New Heights
    In the longer-term, Crehan Research said there will be "strong growth" for 40GbE and 100GbE data center switching, the firm said in a statement released in June. Compound annual growth rate for these two sectors will be more than 100 percent over the next five years. In fact, by 2017 40GbE and 100GbE will capture the majority of data switching revenue... Read More
  • PBX Segment Manages Q3 Gains Despite Overall Enterprise Telephony Downtrend
    Even though the market has been tough for enterprise telephony this past year, a new report from market research firm Infonetics Research indicates that the PBX segment is still doing quite well. The report is the latest update to the firm's quarterly Enterprise Unified Communications and Voice Equipment research, offering information for the third quarter of the year... Read More
  • IMS, SBC, VAS Drove Carrier IP Telephony in Q3
    The carrier IP telephony market was down two percent overall during the third quarter as compared to the same period last year, according to a new report from the Dell'Oro Group. However, the situation isn't as clear cut as it would at first seem since sales of IP multimedia subsystem (IMS) core, session border controller (SBC) and voice application server (VAS) systems grew 55 percent, almost managing to offset declines in the mature softswitch and media gateway segments... Read More
  • SBCs Continue to Play Important Role among Operators over Next Two Years
    In related research results, Infonetics has reported how this year is seen as a "banner year" for IMS. In fact, carrier VoIP and IMS gear has jumped 52 percent when compared to 2012. In just Q2 of 2013, carrier VoIP and the IMS market jumped 30 percent. A key force in the increase was VoLTE spending in North America. Looking ahead, operators expect to use VoLTE seriously starting in 2015, Infonetics said... Read More
  • BYOD, Mobile Devices Shaking Up Workplace Communications
    It's great to be able to work from anywhere, largely uncaring about conditions on the ground. As long as there's power and a working Internet connection, it's entirely possible to go to work. Anyone in the Midwest hit by that line of storms this weekend is likely seeing that point clearly, but by like token, this major sea change in the way we live and work is bringing with it some major changes. Particularly, changes are hitting the business communications market, and forcing providers to reconsider the future thanks to new developments like the bring your own device (BYOD) doctrine... Read More
  • Although Network Investments Have a Serious Focus, Most U.K. Businesses are not BYOD-Ready
    Earlier this year, in July, a research study conducted by the Ponemon Institute found that about 60 percent of U.K. businesses have no personal device policy in place when it comes to BYOD. A new, report called the Network Benchmark Report, shows that things are a little different in the U.K than they are in the U.S... Read More
  • VoIP is Great, but Mobile VoIP is Even Better
    These two reasons are why a number of businesses are turning to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). It offers a streamlined approach to communications and if the system is managed offsite by a proven vendor, the stress associated with maintaining the system goes away. If the system doesn't support mobile VoIP, however, the full intended benefits may be out of reach... Read More
  • Mobile VoIP: Your Holiday Travel Money Saver
    Even frugal travelers can keep costs down and stay connected during holiday travel - even when making trips overseas. Several methods exist for keeping bills down, starting with something as simple as a calling card. While not necessarily the most economical approach, a calling card does allow for simple budgeting regardless of location by providing a certain set amount of time, though using a calling card can be a bit difficult thanks to the decline of payphones and the like... Read More
  • REVE Systems' iTel Data Backup: Like Data Insurance For Business
    The company's iTel Data Backup Service is, much as the name suggests, a backup service for data that operates in real time, and is geared mainly toward voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) service providers. It keeps a constantly-updated mirror image of the current softswitch database on a completely different server in another location, so if there's some kind of natural disaster or comparable data failure, the iTel Data Backup Service can kick in and provide the oh-so-vital backup data needed to get operations back up and running during the disaster in question... Read More
  • Why You Should Consider a Hosted Softswitch
    One alternative to consider is the hosted softswitch. When put in place, the hosted approach allows the provider to focus on the business in general and rely on a vendor partner to manage the technology. REVE Systems is a provider in this space with a focus on hosted solutions. The company provides 24x7 managed services with its softswitch iTel Swith Plus. Offered on a hosted basis with a monthly payment option, small and medium sized IP telephony platform providers can remove the hassle of maintaining and monitoring of the softswitch... Read More
  • REVE Systems Eases Data Management with Switch Partitioning
    Switch partitioning or partitioning in general focuses on the separation of data so each subset is accessed and managed quickly and efficiently. Subsets can be transferred through assigning a table as a partition to a partitioned table that already exists; switching a partition from one of these tables to another; or reassigning a partition to create a single table... Read More
  • REVE Systems to Demonstrate BSS/OSS Platform at Gitex Technology Week
    Gitex Technology Week attendees will get an inside look at the features and benefits of convergent a Telecom Billing Platform from REVE Systems. The mobile VoIP services provider is set to exhibit at the show this week in Dubai. As telecom operators continue to search for innovative ways to dominate in an intensely competitive market, this platform will be in high demand... Read More
  • REVE Systems Takes Customer Care to the Next Level
    Many consumers have experienced the typical roadblock of the company that outsources its customer care to a location where an agent can't communicate well in the consumer's primary language. Getting customer support from an agent with an accent so thick his English doesn't sound like English at all causes frustration for the consumer and damages the brand... Read More
  • Update to iTel Mobile Dialer for iOS Helps Operators Stay Ahead
    For mobile operators, over-the-top (OTT) services such as Skype, Line and WhatsApp are eating into profits by piggybacking on mobile data networks and delivering calls, SMS and chat without going through the mobile operator's services... Read More
  • Don't Cry For Telcos Over VoIP Service
    On the surface, it may sound wildly contradictory, but as it turns out, telecommunications firms are getting some serious benefit when it comes to (VoIP) service. This leads some to wonder just how such a thing can be; after all, this is the technology that's pretty much killing the voice and text data part of the mobile sector, leaving huge chunks of infrastructure all dressed up with nowhere to go. But with the right strategy-which many telcos seem to be adopting-there's some substantial benefit to be had, though it may not drift down to the users' level... Read More
  • VoIP by the Numbers
    In 2001 there were about 121,000 people used VoIP. That number has now grown to 30 million in only 10 years. Small and medium-sized businesses are particularly fond of VoIP, with roughly 30 percent of small and medium-sized firms now using VoIP... Read More
  • Opportunities Abound in Mobile VoIP - Are You Ready to Profit?
    The demand for quality communications continues to intensify as developers introduce new and improved solutions on a seemingly daily basis. The products available are more robust, the platforms to support unified communications continue to evolve, and mobility is quickly turning into the first line of communications for consumers and businesses alike. To that end, the demand for mobile VoIP is still on the rise, as demonstrated by research from around the world... Read More
  • Is Mobile VoIP Killing an Industry?
    The challenge for the market is that this growing demand is eating into mobile operator revenues. In fact, for years these operators blocked services like Skype to protect their main source of funding. As demand quickly outpaced their ability to hold on to the customer base, operators began to embrace application development opportunities with third parties to identify new ways to make money... Read More
  • Why VoIP is Worth Consideration
    We know today that by using technologies like a hosted softswitch to enjoy VoIP, we can leverage considerable cost savings. The typical user can find VoIP access for as low as $20 per month, compared with $35-$45 per line per month for traditional calling. Plus, there are no setup fess, no contracts and unlimited calling throughout the United States... Read More
  • What is Your VoIP Deployment Strategy?
    The benefits surrounding VoIP are clearly defined for the typical business, but developing a strategy for execution is a bigger challenge. Do you opt for a managed solution delivered in the cloud or is an on-premise deployment the right way to go? The hosted softswitch certainly has economic benefits, but does the same hold true if you already have the hardware and infrastructure in place?.. Read More
  • Benefits the Hosted Softswitch Brings Mobile Employees
    Small businesses are also feeling the impact of the increasingly mobile workforce. Many of these companies are led by forward-thinkers who identify the technologies and innovations needed to be relevant and dominant. Investing in on-premise solutions, however, is often outside of the budget and puts unnecessary pressure on market potential. Fortunately, these businesses leaders can select the hosted softswitch and share the burden... Read More
  • Hosted IP Telephony, UCC Market Driven By Need for Flexibility
    Hosted IP and UCC are usually deployed by businesses of all sizes due to both of them being economically efficient. When it comes to managing a tight budget while maintaining a high-end communications platform, these options are the way to go. Hosted IP is a sound choice because with a hosted model, businesses only need to make a nominal investment in telephone sets that are compatible with VoIP. There are no operating, maintenance or upgrade costs to worry about... Read More
  • What Caused the Q2 Drop in Enterprise Telephony PBX Revenue?
    A new Dell'Oro Group study recently emerged that had bad news for some parts of the telecommunications market in the second quarter of 2013. While the news wasn't universally bad, it was certainly a blow for enterprise telephony PBX, which saw a drop in its own revenues. But what was behind this drop, and what sector of the telecom market made gains instead?.. Read More
  • REVE Systems Helps Mobile VoIP Resellers Succeed with Video Tutorials
    Traditionally speaking, mobile providers didn't care for VoIP as it cut into their revenue model and presented too much competition. Many even blocked the likes of Skype on their networks to ensure any calls made on their networks would be associated with a charge to the user's account. With the arrival of the smartphone and associated apps, this control couldn't stay in place for long... Read More
  • REVE Showcases New Session Controller: Carriers, Get Ready to Handle More Traffic
    Service providers are always looking for new ways to offer easier, more robust capabilities for customers and find solutions that make things easier on themselves too. When it comes to VoIP, IP switching platforms offer a chance to more quickly, efficiently and securely route data packets... Read More
  • VoIP Service Becoming More Available - Even Where You'd Least Expect It
    Thanks to cheaper high-speed Internet access, the number of places where you can't make a VoIP phone call is now shrinking. As the expansion of Internet voice services continues, VoIP service can be accessed in highly unusual locations like parks, on the a plane, at the beach, on a cruise ship - even from atop Mt. Everest... Read More
  • Carrier Router/Switch Market Increases in Q2
    One interesting take-away from the report was that in the Asia-Pacific region, carrier router and switch revenue jumped 45 percent from the previous quarter. This was due in large part to Huawei's and ZTE's stellar performance according to Howard. Even more importantly perhaps, the recently laggard Europe/EMEA was able to show nice gains as well... Read More
  • VoIP and IMS Markets Still Growing Strong
    The market research firm released its forecast and preliminary analysis of the VoIP and IMS markets for the second quarter of 2013. The overall finding: It is a good time to be in the VoIP and IMS equipment business... Read More
  • Canada and Others Embrace Mobile VoIP
    The newly appointed Canadian public works and government services minister, Diane Finley, will oversee a transition from landlines to cell and VoIP phones as part of a push to modernize and save money at the same time, according to the Hill Times... Read More
  • Three Ways to Ensure a VoIP-Friendly Network
    VoIP is well past its experimental stage, and business VoIP delivers cost savings in the form of cheaper or free unlimited calling. VoIP also brings added features such as simultaneous ringing, and it enables employee mobility because business phones can be routed to cell phones or accessed directly in many cases using smartphone apps... Read More
  • Why the Hosted Softswitch is the Better Choice
    The hosted softswitch ensures the organization enjoys the perks of VoIP, without the headaches. In fact, this option is so appealing that VoIP services are rapidly growing. According to Infonetics, residential and business VoIP services hit $63 billion in 2012, an increase of 9 percent from 2011... Read More
  • Will Mobile VoIP Hurt Telecom Revenue?
    Mobile operators are losing money. It seems like an unusual statement in market where consumers are increasingly mobile, yet the demand for VoIP is changing the industry landscape. Consumers are no longer bound by minute plans or data ceilings and without a strategy to push out a new revenue model, the operator without mobile VoIP may be facing a bleak future... Read More
  • REVE Systems Offers Mobile VoIP Regardless of Your Platform
    As consumers are increasingly spending more of their time staying connected, the demand for mobile solutions continues to rise. This growing use of mobile solutions isn't limited to voice, but traditional voice methods may be going by the wayside. The increasing availability of hotpots and Wi-Fi connections, in addition to the data available on a smartphone, is making mobile VoIP a more common way to talk on the phone... Read More
  • Why You Should Consider the IP Softswitch
    The growth in mobile VoIP usage is certainly helping to drive this trend. In-Stat, a market research firm, recently estimated that mobile VoIP users will total 288 million by the end of 2013. These applications rely on the phone's data plan to complete calls or a local hotpot or Wi-Fi connection if available. When this becomes the dominate choice, voice options on current plans become obsolete. By 2017, Juniper Research anticipates that mobile VoIP users will hit 1 billion... Read More
  • Eight Million VoLTE Subscribers Predicted by End of 2013
    A new report predicts there will be 8 million VoLTE (voice over Long-Term Evolution) subscribers by the end of 2013. Some three-quarters of those will be in the Asia- Pacific region... Read More
  • Calling Card Accessibility Makes Mobile VoIP Twice as Nice
    Mobile VoIP enables the consumer to take advantage of the best of both worlds. The user leverages the low-cost calling opportunities across the Internet and avoids the use of minutes on the standard cellular plan. It's a great option for the professional on the go, especially if traveling abroad is part of the job... Read More
  • Time to Embrace VoIP
    For starters, VoIP helps transmit voice telephone calls over the Internet using a data network, so the quality and reliability of calls increases. Although this is beneficial, users are even more thrilled about the amount of money that switching to residential VoIP phone systems saves... Read More
  • There's Still Time to Profit from VoIP
    One big shift that is altering dynamics is the move toward voice-over-IP (VoIP). Instead of calls taking place over telephone wires as analogue signals, calling is rapidly shifting to a digital packet delivery system that travels over the Internet much the same way email and chat messages reach their destination-using IP technology... Read More
  • Telx Telecom Explains the Many Benefits of Hosted PBX
    Indeed, aside from allowing businesses to replace their costly legacy PBX setups, Telx Telecom PBX also offers improved productivity, geographic flexibility, real-time disaster backup and recovery, and reduced technology risk. Perhaps best of all, hosted PBX allows businesses to provider vendors, partners and customers with a streamlined interaction process, making their experience more pleasant and enhancing their productivity... Read More
  • Why Should You Migrate to VoIP?
    Many businesses that have not yet made the switch are looking to migrate from traditional PSTN phone lines to VoIP to make the best use of the many advantages offered by this technology. This shift towards VoIP has made it a $15-billion industry today. Over the next five years, the VoIP industry is expected to grow at a whopping 15.3 percent annually... Read More
  • Infonetics Research Raises VoLTE Forecast
    In the telecom domain, most companies provide over-the-top (OTT) services as "value added" services. In fact, most of us have been using OTT services without even realizing it... Read More
  • Xirrus Wi-Fi Designer-Cloud Offers Big Improvements in Wireless Network Design
    Establishing a wireless network can be just about as difficult as anything that's actually done on that network. With a variety of points to consider before the network can be fully established and made operational, just figuring out how to set up the network can be a complex and draining practice... Read More
  • What's the Key Ingredient in Turning SMBs into IP Communications Customers? Trust
    More and more small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are looking to make the jump to a variety of different IP communications services. Whether it's hosted PBX or the like, SMBs are seeing the advantages inherent in such systems. But there's one crucial component that takes SMBs from "considering" to "pulling the trigger," and that crucial component, according to a recently released study from Metaswitch, is plain old trust... Read More
  • Enjoy Freedom with Unlimited VoIP Peer-to-Peer Calling
    Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) providers now invite people to embrace freedom by talking to their loved ones using the low-cost VoIP services. Many VoIP providers offer attractive packages to lure customers... Read More
  • Selecting the Best Business VoIP Provider for Hosted PBX Service
    Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is witnessing explosive growth. Hosted PBX service is a great application of VoIP as it allows businesses to enjoy a wide array of communications features at a fraction of the cost of the traditional communications service... Read More
  • VoIPReview.org Tips on Saving Money with Mobile VoIP
    VoIPReview.org is advising people to save money using mobile VoIP by using this technology at popular summer places including overseas, the local park, the baseball stadium, theme parks, and on trains, planes and buses... Read More
  • TelcoDepot.com Unveils Smart Business VoIP Guide
    VoIP gateways are the flexible VoIP solutions for various small and medium-sized businesses worldwide. A properly configured VoIP gateway offers a company with benefits of VoIP... Read More
  • Opportunities in Mobile VoIP Flourishing, REVE Systems Continues to Contribute to Industry
    In order to cater to the requirements of this industry, an estimated 10,000 VoIP service provider are required. At present, there are many apps available in the market specifically designed for the VoIP industry. Companies like REVE Systems have contributed towards this industry with a number of applications including the iTel Mobile Dialer Express, iTel Mobile Hybrid Dialer, iTel Mobile Call Through Dialer, and more. These mobile apps are specifically designed for VoIP service providers who want to render VoIP services to customers... Read More
  • Mobile VoIP, Other Communication Tech Cross the Generational Divide
    Technology has evolved to a point that ease of use has become a key element for any consumer-focused product. After all, the Baby Boomers make up a large percentage of the consumer market, so capturing their interest is of equal or greater importance than that of just younger generations... Read More
  • Vadacom Provides Greater VoIP Flexibility with its Buddy Client
    When it comes to selecting an Internet telephony platform, there are a lot of factors to consider, but the key factor that traditionally gets the most attention is cost savings. However, according to Vadacom CEO Igor Portugal, this has begun to change... Read More
  • The Gift of VoIP is an Affordable One
    According to My VoIP Provider, a good VoIP phone service is not only a cost-effective way to make phone calls, offering all the ease and convenience of a regular call at 80 percent less cost, but it is even more affordable than most traditional Father's Day gifts... Read More
  • Philippines Sees Brisk Growth in Next-gen Networks
    The Philippines isn't a stranger to the boom in telecom and networking services. The nation has already taken the crown when it comes to call center outsourcing, surpassing India several years ago... Read More
  • Infonetics: Enterprise PBX Faces Heat, But Unified Communications Remains Bright Spot
    Recent research from Infonetics Research reveals that demand for unified communications is increasing in all regions as businesses seek tools to help them boost employee productivity and flexibility... Read More
  • SIM Swap Fraud Cases Increase in South Africa
    South Africa has been the site of many cases involving SIM Swap fraud - and two companies are actively responding to the scams. What is SIM Swap fraud? It's a phishing scam that gets someone to release logon names and passwords for mobile or Internet banking - as well as their mobile number... Read More
  • VoIP Faces Hurdles in India, South Africa
    In the case of India, use of high-encryption VoIP services such as Skype have become the standard for terrorist communications. Because VoIP providers aren't currently required to setup servers within India or be registered in the country, there's nothing the Indian government can really do to intercept terrorist calls... Read More
  • REVE Systems Extends Mobile VoIP Capabilities
    To that end, there is a growing demand for mobile VoIP solutions, including those available from REVE Systems. The company's iTel Mobile Dialer Express is a mobile application to enable the completion of VoIP calls from the mobile phone. It's designed to extend the desired capabilities to the user, while also protecting the revenue opportunities of the VoIP service provider... Read More
  • iTel Mobile Hybrid Dialer a Perfect Fit for Calling Card Users in North and South America
    While it's true that the prepaid calling card market in North America saw a decrease in sales in 2001 and 2002, but the market has since experienced steady growth, according to a recent post on the blog, VoIP for All. In fact, prepaid calling card revenue is again approaching the $3.3-billion high it saw in 2000, which is directly related to the use of international calling cards and the increase in travel... Read More
  • Will A Hosted Softswitch Solve Business Problems?
    The good news is that once you decide on your strategy, there are a number of options available for execution - especially where hosted communications are concerned. And, if VoIP is a priority for you, hosted VoIP options are extensive, giving you the benefit of multiple providers to choose from at competitive rates... Read More
  • Carrier Ethernet Market to Grow to $39 Billion by 2017, Analysts Predict
    That's partially because softswitches are evolving to be more than just IP versions of traditional digital TDM switches. REVE Systems' iTel Switch Plus, for instance, is a carrier-grade softswitch with integrated billing and interactive voice response... Read More
  • VoIP Calling: Cheaper, Better Long Distance Communications
    For a long time, if you wanted to speak with someone who wasn't within walking or driving distance, your only option was to use the telephone. However, this quickly changed as the popularity of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology grew. Now, phone service providers aren't the only ones you can turn to when you need to make an important call... Read More
  • REVE Systems Offers Bounty Of Mobile Dialer Systems
    But REVE Systems' offerings don't just encompass the mobile VoIP market; there are products available for softswitch and billing functions, for advanced carrier grade platforms, and even for value added services. REVE Systems even offers a Live Astrologer service, where users can call in with a short code and interact with an IVR to get a daily horoscope, charging the user and giving the provider access to a new potential revenue stream... Read More
  • REVE Systems' iTel Mobile Dialer Boasts Benefits for Businesses, Resellers and End Users
    Indeed, the iTel Mobile Dialer has long supported Symbian, Windows Mobile, BlackBerry and the iPhone. Meanwhile, REVE Systems announced Android support on its Facebook page recently, expanding the iTel Dialer's support to include the vast majority of the mobile market - about 400 handsets... Read More
  • Managed Services Spending to Stay Strong Through to 2017
    Curiously, while slow economic growth will reduce spending on basic telecommunications and IT services in the coming years, many businesses will turn to managed services as a cost-effective alternative to increasing internal staff... Read More

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REVE SYSTEMS DETAILS BENEFITS OF MOBILE VOIP TECHNOLOGIES

How important do you think having Mobile VOIP capabilities is for users today? If you didn't respond "very" there are some important details you need to hear. This podcast with REVE Systems Marketing Head Sanjit Chatterjee includes a discussion on the benefits of Mobile VoIP and what REVE Systems offers for the market...

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