Sangoma NetBorder Express Ups Ante for VoIP Gateways
Earthtimes (press release) - London,UK
Sangoma’s award-winning telephony cards together with this new set of software building blocks deliver a robust SIP to TDM VoIP Gateway solution. ...
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8x8 Data Casts Public Internet as Valuable Foundation of Business VoIP
TMCnet - USA
By Michael Dinan Moments ago, Bryan Martin (News - Alert) hooked an Internet telephony crowd in a way that few executives ever have: He told a VoIP joke. ...
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8x8, Inc. Partners With Microsoft to Offer Packet8 VoIP Phone ...
MarketWatch - USA
"We are very pleased to provision Packet8's broadband agnostic VoIP phone service for Microsoft's innovative Response Point platform," said Mr. Martin. ...
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Skype: VoIP is dead
FierceVoIP - Washington,DC,USA
By Doug Mohney Skype's GM of audio and video has declared VoIP dead. Wonder what that does to SkypeIn and SkypeOut? Speaking at IT Expo in Los Angeles ...
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SMB VoIP Efforts: Slow and Steady
IT Business Edge - Louisville,KY,USA
A major question going forward is how quickly SMBs – and especially the smaller players among them – will adopt VoIP. The news to date has been mixed. ...
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OnForce's State Of The Industry Bets On VoIP
CRN - Manhasset,NY,USA
The company said VoIP and telephony has experienced the most growth in the "most expensive" category from Q1 to Q2. In the report, the OnForce team used the ...
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Quintum Gateways to Help Bring User-Friendly Microsoft Response ...
TMCnet - USA
Response Point is designed to offer SMBs the ability to deploy VoIP throughout their networks with IP-PBX telephony advantages – until now, ...
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New 802.11r standard allows seamless VoIP wireless roaming
Global Sources - Singapore
Within this short time, security authentication and quality of service (QoS) state of a VoIP call have already been determined before hopping to another ...
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SPOTLIGHT: VoIP in Thailand master plan
FierceVoIP - Washington,DC,USA
By Doug Mohney Thailand's National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) is promoting local VoIP software development to reduce the country's "heavy reliance" ...
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Polycom Demonstrates Continued Commitment to Delivering High ...
MarketWatch - USA
Polycom is the leading independent provider of open, standards-based IP phones, and is building upon SpectraLink's traditional integration with leading VoIP ...
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Blogs Alert for: VOIP

8x8/Packet8 and Microsoft SMB VoIP Collaboration
For Microsoft, this agreement is a big deal because the Response Point product is still relatively unknown in the communications market and Microsoft has been very successful with their VoIP As You Are campaign but they haven't ...
Communications and Technology... - http://blog.tmcnet.com/blog/rich-tehrani/

SureWest Pushes VoIP In Alluring Threesome
(SURW) has begun aggressively pushing its residential VoIP service it launched in mid-April by including it in what could be the lowest priced triple play bundle yet.Consumers that commit to a one-year agreement to Digital National ...
xchange - http://www.xchangemag.com/

Germany bans iPhone VOIP
By Bill Stiteler(Bill Stiteler)
A German court has issued an injunction banning that country’s iPhone users from downloading a Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) called Sipgate onto their iPhones. The program allows users to make phone calls using a wireless internet ...
Appletell - http://www.appletell.com

Quintum/NET and Microsoft Connect at ITEXPO
Related Entries; ResponsePoint in the Headlines - Jul 08, 2008; ITEXPO in Full Swing, IP Man Makes his Debut - Sep 17, 2008; Live Video Streaming; Skype: VoIP Is Dead Keynote at ITEXPO - Sep 16, 2008; Aastra Makes Headlines at ITEXPO ...
Greg Galitzine's VoIP Authority Blog - http://blog.tmcnet.com/blog/greg-galitzine/

Prioritisation of VoIP
My question is, is it enough to have this rule in only or does an additional rule need to be created for the other types of traffic so that the Mikrotik can differentiate the VoIP traffic from everything else?
MikroTik RouterOS - http://forum.mikrotik.com//index.php


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