Post Archive - 2010

Mar 1

Billing for the Next-Generation VoIP Network Operator

In today's difficult economic climate and highly competitive telecommunications landscape, it has become ever more challenging for the next-generation VoIP network operator to build a successful business. Whether you are offering SIP Trunking services with wholesale long distance services or the more lucrative retail VoIP services, collecting on… Read more
Feb 10

VoIP could reach 79% penetration in 3 years

VoIP has long been known for its cost savings; however unpredictable quality and reliability, as well as a lack of emergency systems compatibility, hindered its widespread adoption.  Over the last few years VoIP has matured and the issues of the past are now in its rear view mirror.   Based on a new report by In-Stat, by 2013 marketers can… Read more
Feb 3

Apple Permitting VoIP Calls over 3G Wireless Networks

On the heels of Apple's release of their iPad device, we are now learning that despite AT&T's announcement back in October, Apple has revised its SDK to allow VoIP calls over the data network. Support for VoIP over the data network is a significant change from Apple's previous agreement with AT&T, which only allowed VoIP communications over a Wi-Fi… Read more
Jan 24

Broadband Stimulus

On February 17th, 2009, President Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), which funded a number of initiatives including two broadband stimulus programs, BIP and BTOP, administered by RUS and NTIA respectively. These programs are focused on making broadband available and affordable for all Americans with ARRA driving a… Read more
Jan 21

International Telecoms Week (ITW)

IVR Technologies, Inc. will be exhibiting at International Telecoms Week (ITW) at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, D.C. May 24th - 26th 2010 booth #918. Please contact to coordinate meeting times.

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Jan 13

AT&T to FCC – Kill the PSTN

AT&T has asked the FCC to set a firm deadline for a complete move to an all IP network and an end to the PSTN, in a similar fashion to where television broadcasters were mandated to switch from analog to digital transmissions. AT&T said in its response to the FCC that "with each passing day, more and more communications services migrate to… Read more