TSN VoIP Reseller Program Offers Lucrative Business Opportunities to Business Entities

Telecom Services Network, a prestigious name in the telecom industry has revolutionized the communication industry by introducing effective and economical VoIP services, which are offered with an aim to modernize telecom and Internet businesses.

PR Log (Press Release) – Apr 13, 2010 – Telecom Services Network, a global leader in the wholesale VoIP business, offers exciting VoIP reseller program to Internet service providers and resellers to achieve significant growth in the VoIP reselling business.

VoIP services are spreading at fast pace across the world and has created good business opportunities for the VoIP reseller, as they form a pivotal link between the wholesaler and the end users. Thus, catching up with the most lucrative business opportunities http://www.telservnet.com has well-established themselves in this highly exciting wholesale VoIP services. Telecom Services Network, a trailblazer in offering extensive VoIP solutions to resellers and business entrepreneurs facilitates companies to benefit from the VoIP revolution, without spending huge amount on the business.

Telecom Services Network proudly offers multi featured VoIP reseller services, which is ideal for Internet Service Providers, retailers, and for the business entities who are interested to earn big buck through this VoIP reseller services without investing much on infrastructure, backbone operations, and development. Business entity or Internet Service Providers who are venturing into this VoIP reseller business with the help of http://www.telservnet.com have great advantages as they receive all the hardware and software required for the set up of the reseller business. The cost of setting up the VoIP reseller business is reduced to a great extent with the Telecom Services Network reseller program.

With the VoIP reseller program clients can generate revenue from their existing and future client base by reselling VoIP services to them without any sort of technical, logistical and regulatory chores. The significant growth of the clients is well judged by Mr. T. Parthasarathi, technical analyst at Telecom Services Network who utters “Several resellers and Internet Service Providers have witnessed immense growth and significant client retention from our expertise in VoIP domain.”

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25 percent of phones to have WiFi by 2012

Research company In-Stat predicts a quarter of all cell phones will have WiFi support by 2012:

Mobile handsets with embedded Wi-Fi continued to experience growth in 2009 despite total handset shipment declines, reports In-Stat (http://www.in-stat.com). While the 2009 Wi-Fi mobile handset growth rate of more than 20% was significantly slower than 2008’s early market monster growth, In-Stat expects that 2010 will see resumed strength with units exceeding 180 million.

While the majority of current Wi-Fi enabled handsets are smartphones, feature phone manufacturers are also beginning to incorporate this feature, providing double stimulus for Wi-Fi handset growth.

“There are three primary zones of Wi-Fi handset usage,” says Frank Dickson, In-Stat analyst. “At home, at the office and on the go. In the home, while broadband penetration has increased significantly over the past several years, so too has Wi-Fi penetration. This has enabled home networks that will rely on Wi-Fi handsets for voice and to share information with other devices, such as TVs.”

“In the office, enterprise smartphones will continue evolving to leverage VoIP’s potential, and on the go, consumers are increasingly leveraging Wi-Fi enabled handsets as they become more educated about hotspots.”

Recent research by In-Stat found the following:

* While the majority of respondents from In-Stat’s recent survey still access hotspots with a notebook, more than a quarter of the responses indicated accessing a public network with Wi-Fi enabled handsets.
* The potential for voice over Wi-Fi is gaining popularity, as cellular/Wi-Fi phones become more pervasive and consumer familiarity with VoIP increases.
* The Wi-Fi attach rate (percent of handsets with embedded Wi-Fi) will nearly triple from 2009’s rate by 2013.
* While the enterprise was the original smartphone/Wi-Fi handset market, consumer adoption has also experienced strong growth, largely due to the success of Apple’s iPhone in the consumer market.


VoIP News

Vital clues linking Attavara to underworld found

… Police suspect that the laptop could also have been used to make threat calls using Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP) technology. The calls made using this technology make the caller’s number appear as though it belongs to a foreign country. “We …

U.S. phone subsidies to go to broadband

.. have moved to unlimited long-distance calling plans and as traditional telephone customers have abandoned service for VoIP (voice over Internet Protocol). The Organization for the Promotion and Advancement of Small Telecommunications Companies …

Skype strangely silent on absence from Ovi store in USA

… vi turns up IM+ for Skype, but not the voice-call client presented as a blue S logo. Nimbuzz and Fring, which make free VoIP calls, also match the search. PaulBoutin Phil, who is your E71’s carrier? Disqus

Best VoIP provider to make the communication effective

… connected globally. Effect of globalization has increased the importance of sound communication on a wider prospect. VoIP(Voice over Internet Protocol) is a digital mode of calling which is capable of providing great ease connecting people across …

New Study Calls for Cybersecurity Overhaul in U.S.

The U.S. government and private businesses need to overhaul the way they look at cybersecurity, with the government offering businesses new incentives to fix security problems, the Internet Security Alliance said.

The alliance, in a report released Thursday, also called for permanent international cybersecurity collaboration centers, new security standards for VoIP (voice over Internet Protocol) communications and programs to educate corporate leaders about the benefits of enhanced cybersecurity efforts.

Lots of groups have called for better information security education for students, but education for enterprise leaders is often overlooked, said Joe Buonomo, president and CEO of Direct Computer Resources, a data security products vendor.

“At some point, almost every public official who addresses this subject stresses the need to train our kindergarten to 12th-graders on this topic,” he said. “In many instances, these officials also note the need to upgrade cyber expertise in the federal workforce. Something else is necessary.”

The report, intended as a response to U.S. President Barack Obama’s call in May for increased cybersecurity efforts, proposes to create more educational programs on risk management for C-level executives. ISA has already begun an education effort aimed at chief financial officers and other executives.

Business Technology Leadership

Next Generation IP Communications

San Jose, Calif., a leading global provider of wireless chipset solutions for converged communications at home, announced that DSP Group’s silicon and HD (High-Definition) Voice technologies power all 11 CAT-iq certified products of leading cordless telephone manufacturers, as listed on the DECT Forum’s CAT-iq web site (http://www.cat-iq.org/certification.aspx). DSP Group supports CAT-iq (Cordless Advanced Technology: Internet and Quality) and provides CAT-iq 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0 firmware, communication protocol stack, call control and reference applications to enable consumer product manufacturers to deliver advanced communication features with fast time to market.  DSP Group’s CAT-iq embedded solutions are deployed in many IP telephones and gateway products, including IAD, cable, xPON and office PBX, providing superior cordless communication range, multi-line and multi-handset control, natural wideband voice, advanced data services, software upgradability and more.

DSP Group, Inc. (Nasdaq:DSPG) is a leading global provider of wireless chipset solutions for converged communications at home. Delivering system solutions that combine semiconductors and software with reference designs, DSP Group enables consumer electronics (CE) manufacturers to cost-effectively develop new revenue-generating applications with fast time to market. At the forefront of semiconductor innovation and operational excellence for over two decades, and with a dominant share of the wireless home telephony market, DSP Group provides a broad portfolio of wireless chipsets integrating DECT, Wi-Fi, PSTN and VoIP technologies with state-of-the-art application processors. Enabling converged voice, audio, video and data connectivity across diverse consumer products — from cordless and VoIP phones to home gateways and connected multimedia screens http://www.dspg.com.

XO Communications expands VoIP network

HERNDON, VA–(Marketwire – August 12, 2009) – XO Communications (OTCBB: XOHO) today announced new enhancements to its voice over IP (VoIP) services portfolio that help businesses and large enterprises with distributed locations simplify and streamline their IP-based communications networks.

“With a growing number of multi-location enterprises deploying XO’s converged voice and data solutions, we knew that enhancing our nationwide VoIP services was critical to providing even more capabilities to make our customers’ networks simpler and easier to manage,” said Vince Margiotta, vice president of product marketing at XO Communications. “Moreover, our cost-effective VoIP services, together with our networking and business continuity solutions, will enable our customers to boost productivity and streamline efficiencies more than ever before.”

To date, more than 16,000 businesses nationwide with more than 680,000 end users have deployed VoIP services from XO Communications. The latest enhancements to the company’s award-winning VoIP services portfolio, which includes XO IP Flex, XO IP Flex with VPN and XO SIP, will greatly enhance the communications capabilities of mid-sized and enterprise business customers seeking a single nationwide voice and data solutions provider. The new capabilities announced today include:

--  Availability of XO's VoIP services in all 50 states for multi-location
--  Wider range of interoperable IP-PBX platforms for SIP deployments; and
--  Availability of automatic call routing to provide business continuity
    capabilities for XO VoIP customers.

Expanded Nationwide VoIP Services Coverage

XO Communications has expanded its nationwide VoIP coverage to include all 50 states. The enhancement of XO Communications’ nationwide coverage effectively doubles its VoIP footprint throughout the United States and enables the company to provide its VoIP services in 80 percent of major metropolitan markets. With virtually unrivalled nationwide reach across the country, XO is positioned as the leading communications and networking services provider for multi-location businesses. For businesses in the retail and financial services industries, as well as other businesses with widely distributed locations, this expansion will further help them to streamline the management of their network, achieve increased efficiencies and reduce costs by leveraging the XO nationwide network for their multi-location requirements.

“Businesses and large enterprises with operations, branch offices or retail stores distributed across the country are often faced with the management of multiple providers and varying service types to support their communications requirements,” said Rebecca Swensen, analyst, Mobility and IP Communications Services at IDC. “These enhancements from XO facilitate simplicity, flexibility and the ability of multi-location businesses to deploy a single VoIP services platform in support of their locations nationwide.”

– see the press release here

Race to pinpoint VoIP callers in emergencies

Phone companies are developing a system to allow 999 operators to pinpoint the location of VoIP callers, amid concerns that the increasing use of VoIP could mean police, paramedics and fire crews are unable to attend emergencies promptly.emergencies

By Chris Williams for The Register.

It is hoped that the technology could be in place in some ISPs next year, according to the chairman of the industry group leading the work.

The vast majority of calls to 999 are currently made via traditional landlines and mobile phones. BT has seen a tenfold increase in the volume of VoIP calls to its emergency contact centres in the last 18 months, however.

The ability to locate emergency calls is vital as callers may be under duress, too ill to speak or may simply not know where they are. While traditional landlines can be found by what amounts to a reverse directory lookup, using the line identity number and mobile phone coordinates approximated by triangulation, solving VoIP location is a more complex problem.

Typically, VoIP users are allocated a number by their provider and are able to log in and make calls on any broadband connection. They could be at several sites in one day. That means a solution would require cooperation between VoIP providers and ISPs.

The group tasked with developing the system has been working under the auspices of the NICC – a UK network industry interoperabilty body – for about three years and is chaired by John Medland, BT’s policy manager for 999 services. He said: “It has been difficult. We’ve tried to share as much with the industry as possible to get cooperation.” Original article