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Digium , the Asterisk (News - Alert) Company, has announced that Andi-Co , which markets and distributes kitchen and refrigeration brands Andi, Falcon and GE, has chosen Digium’s (News - Alert) Switchvox business phone system to support its unified communications needs.

Virtual PBX's hosted VoIP-based business communication solution, long noted for its flexibility, has become even more versatile for small businesses especially with the introduction of the Virtual PBX Open VoIP Peering service. It allows the users of any SIP-compliant softphones or desktop phones to employ the firm's services. The added versatility gives even fewer reasons to buy premise-based IP-PBXes and to keep clunky and cludgy PSTN boxes and Centrex solutions.

TeraGo Networks Inc., a national broadband services provider to businesses in Canada, has announced its entry into the local voice market with the launch of TeraGo Voice.

Deltacom announced the enhancement of Deltaview, the account management portal from the company. It has intentions to provide improved services to its customers in the south east.

Today, there is a huge demand for hosted PBX solutions due to nonstop development in the IP-based phone systems market.

IntelePeer Inc., which is revolutionizing the delivery of communications, enabling carriers, service providers and enterprises to access communication services from the Cloud, has a new GM to head its Telco Business Unit.

To combat with constant security threat on communication device, the large established technology companies are focusing research and development, along with merger, acquisition, and partnering strategies, to aggressively develop new security products.

With the rising popularity of VoIP calling, this platform may soon replace cellular calls on the mobile calling platform for both businesses and consumers. In an effort to gauge the interest of its users, Toktumi conducted a survey of their Line2 iPhone users to determine if they would be interested in using Line2 as their primary dialer instead of the built-in iPhone cell dialer.

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