New Tricks for sipXecs

Among our favorite things regarding work in the Internet telephony business is the hands-on fun with equipment. Falling in this spectrum of hands-on joy is building telephony solutions with freely available platforms in the market. Until recently, we have focused on Asterisk based systems such as 3CX for Windows, FreePBX ...

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Top 4 Leading Providers of Gigabit Internet in 2015

How fast is your Internet at home right now? If you’re like most Americans, it’s probably right around 10 megabits (10 million bits) per second. While that’s fast enough to browse the Internet and download files, it’s a speed that is only marginally better than it was a few years ...

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Consumer Electronics Show 2015 – VoIP Goodies

Every year, the occurrence of a few annual events will slow a person’s productivity to a halt. For gamers, the Electronic Entertainment Expo – better known as E3 – convinces some men and women to consider writing Santa Claus a Christmas list for the next few years’ worth of stocking stuffers. The ...

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10 Questions for Soundcurve COO Lou Balsamo

Introduction Soundcurve is an up and coming business VoIP phone service provider, founded in 2010 and based in southern California. We contacted Soundcurve and spoke with Lou Balsamo to find out a little bit more about them. Question #1 WhichVoIP: What is your title and what are your typical day ...

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Power up Elastix with OpenFire

Recently at WhichVoIP, we have been writing detailed guides for on-premise based PBX phone systems so that businesses or tech hobbyists can get up and running quickly. Building a system in house can save considerable amounts of money even when compared to most hosted services. Generally speaking, the core components ...

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