Sunday, February 10, 2008

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Motorola Introduces Second Generation, Wave 2-Ready WiMAX CPE and PC Card
New 802.16e devices provide enhanced throughput and speed; add further diversity to Motorola’s WiMAX portfolio ARLINGTON HTS., Ill. - Motorola (NYSE:MOT) unveiled two new 802.16e Wave 2-ready WiMAX devices. The desktop CPEi 750 and PCCw 200 PC card are part of a new generation of WiMAX devices designed to bring end-users higher data rates at a lower cost. These and other WiMAX customer premises equipment (CPE) and devices, along with Motorola’s WiMAX infrastructure solutions, will be on displa

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Gizmo Project 3.0 :: RE: Need help with Gizmo
Author: boatman9 Posted: Sat Feb 09, 2008 2:02 pm (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 6 Gizmo uses different ports than Skype. Any chance you are running a software firewall that's blocking some ports? If you can try Gizmo on another computer (through the same Internet connection) then you'd get some idea if the problem is within your computer, or if your ISP is blocking some VoIP ports as some ISPs will do.

Motorola Announces Management Solution for WiMAX and Mobile Devices
Next generation NBBS accelerates carrier introduction of wireless services and devices Horsham, PA. – Motorola, Inc. (NYSE:MOT) unveiled its next generation NBBS device management system. With the new 5.0 version of NBBS, Motorola has extended its industry leading device management solution to serve wireless carrier needs – enabling broadband customer premises equipment (CPE), femtocell and mobile device management for WiMAX, GSM/UMTS and CDMA operators. With the new version of NBBS, carriers

General Discussion :: RE: WRTP54g rings but I pick up no voice and caller send to ansr
Author: boatman9 Posted: Sat Feb 09, 2008 1:47 pm (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 9 spoooniluv wrote: If so, can someone recommend a good router/adapter that has no issues (or limited) when it comes to calling out or calling in? Thanks I don't think there is any hardware that can dependably work with callwave. If you are asking about a good VoIP router for general SIP use try something from Sipura or Linksys. I am happy with my Linksys SPA2102.

Gizmo for Mac :: RE: Mac VIDEO
Author: pixmarylee Posted: Fri Feb 08, 2008 9:58 am (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 3 I am using Skype because of the video ability, but as soon as Gizmo get video running for Mac I will be getting my video conference friends to sign up with Gizmo. I am looking forward to getting a cell phone that works with Gizmo over Voip so I can cancel my existing VOIP service. I have been following the development of open- source phone called OpenMoko FreeRunner and would love to see Gizmo work on it when it is

Is the PBX dead?
Is the PBX dead? Or does POTS still have a future? Read More... Posted by teakman in VoIP General on 10th February 2008 Advertisement

British Telecom Drops Fusion Fixed-Mobile Convergence System; Is FMC DOA?
British Telecom Drops Fusion Fixed-Mobile Convergence System; Is FMC DOA? from the next-time-don't-be-so-optimistic dept British Telecom has pulled the plug on its Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC) offering, Fusion. In 2005, the concept of Fixed Mobile Convergence was red hot. FMC involved using a Wi-Fi or Bluetooth radio in a cell phone to transfer calls back and forth between the cellular network, and a broadband-based network in the home of office. Ostensibly, this would be appealing to subscri

Jim Rapoza’s 10 most overhyped technologies of the century
Jim Rapoza’s 10 most overhyped technologies of the century by Che Jaafar Che Man on Feb 10, 2008 at 08:21 AM Jim Rapoza’s list of 10 most overhyped products, technologies and technology trends of the century does not necessarily mean the products or technologies had failed, but instead they had received so much hype that it was impossible for them to ever live up to early expectations. iPhone Social networks Grid computing Outsourcing RFID Virtualization Blogs Green technology VOIP Video


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