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What's Hot in VoIP

Octapharma USA Deploys Cypress' Hosted VoIP Solution
Allot Communications Upgrades NetXplorer Centralized Management System
CTI Group Launches Hosted Call Recording Solution, SmartRecord IP
SAP Partners with RIM to Bring CRM to BlackBerry
Nortel Government Solutions Secures Unified Communications for Government
Konftel Introduces New Innovative Conference Phone, Konftel 300
VoIP Increasingly Adopted in Small Business; Speakeasy Enables Small Business to Appear Larger
Wisconsin Pushing E911 Legislation
Broadband Internet Connections Coming to Airlines
True 21st Century Fax
Vonage to Offer Faster DSL Under Covad Deal
VoIP Logic Announces Multi-System Knowledge Base
Dash Carrier Services Picks Solution from Convergence to Manage E911, Other VoIP Services
A Closer Look at Mobile Value-Added Services
NextG: Our E911 Antennas Held Up in Atlanta Tornado Two Months Ago
Phone Systems Key to Getting More Voters to the Polls
IPTV to Increase its Share of the Western European Pay-TV households
Esnatech's Telephony Office-LinX Wins 2008 TMC Labs Innovation Award
D-Link Shipping HD Extender for Windows Media Center
Octasic Continues to Transition from VoIP Chipset Provider to a Communications Infrastructure DSP Company
Continuent Joins GlassFish Partner Initiative from Sun Microsystems
Survey Indicates Need for SMBs to Adopt Teleworking Technology
Australian Beverage Company Lion Nathan Selects Quickcomm for Telecom Expense Management Services
8x8 Lowers International Calling Rates, Announces Numbers in Mexico
BidForGreen Announces New On-Line Green Trading

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Slashing the TCO for IVR
Carriers must differentiate on service and application delivery as competition increases in a rapidly changing global communications market. Increasingly, the dividing lines between telecom and wireless carriers, cable operators and Internet companies are disappearing as convergence and multimedia gain traction. Traditional IVR is quickly becoming an antiquated technology as carriers move to more flexible Web Services deployment models and IP architectures that favor a web-based open standard like Voice Extensible Markup Language (Voice-XML). Voice-XML is now hailed as the industry open standard for IVR.

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IPv6 in the World of VoIP
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