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By Stefania Viscusi, TMCnet Assistant Editor Aculab offers a portfolio of enabling technologies for VoIP developers and systems integrators to help them produce communications solutions that bring value, reduced costs, increased customer satisfaction and a competitive advantage.

By Stefania Viscusi, TMCnet Assistant Editor Aculab, a manufacturer of IP communications enabling technology, has received a 2007 Product of the Year Award from INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine for their ApplianX Gateway for Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007.

By Mae Kowalke, TMCnet Associate Editor Service providers seeking to deliver VoIP to as wide a customer base as possible may find that becoming a wholesale VoIP reseller is the way to go.

By Shamila Janakiraman, TMCnet Contributing Editor XO Communications has announced the expansion of its VoIP offerings and a new pricing model for small and medium businesses. The pricing will be based on the bandwidth a business uses for VoIP services and not on the number of lines.

By Tom Cross, Technology Columnist For more than two decades, Microsoft has been "hanging around" the telephony business. In the early 90's, Microsoft was a key player along with Novell in TAPI and TSAPI forging new concepts in CTI-Computer Telephony Integration. It should come as no surprise that they now plan, not to be just another player but to be the dominant provider in the telephony business or how it's now referred as the UC/UM-Unified Communications/Messaging business.

By Mae Kowalke, TMCnet Associate Editor For small companies that are just getting started with a full-featured phone system, hosted VoIP is often the best option.

By Anil Sharma, TMCnet Contributing Editor UK-based Voiceserve, Inc. has completed the acquisition of VoipSwitch, a VoIP platform company offering an all-in-one services management platform.

By Rich Tehrani, President and Editor-in-Chief With more than 10 years experience in last mile access technologies, Juan Vela is responsible for development of new product and market strategies for Occam. I had the opportunity to ask Vela several questions about the state of the market and what trends are driving IP Communications.

By Patrick Barnard, TMCnet Assignment Editor In response to feedback from users, hosted IP communications provider Intelliverse has reportedly improved the user interface on its softphone application. The softphone works with the company's callEverywhere hosted VoIP service.


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