With offices in New York, New York, and Vancouver, British Columbia, FonAngle is an award-winning business VoIP provider for small to medium sized businesses. FonAngle offers top-quality platforms that combine voice, fax, instant messaging, mobility, conference call capabilities, and web integration into one system.
FonAngle is a highly reviewed company due to their meticulous attention to quality. FonAngle’s main aim is to increase business productivity and savings with simple Internet solutions that work.
You’ve been tapped. Well, that’s the plan at least. Your VoIP phone calls might soon fall into new, broader surveillance laws if the FBI is successful in their new wiretapping proposals.
Privacy advocacy groups and Internet companies are both concerned with the latest news that the FBI wants to overhaul the current surveillance laws to include more forms of Internet communication. However, the FBI and other government agencies see the matter as a national security issue, and a necessity to keep civilians safe.
Spring means one thing: it’s time to start traveling. Whether that’s traveling to see Mom for Mother’s Day, or traveling to see a cousin graduate college, or traveling just for fun, Spring is a great time to dust off the old suitcase hiding under the bed.
Now, traveling isn’t cheap. Plane tickets are pricy, as are train tickets, bus tickets, sporting tickets, concert tickets, and so on. However, one aspect of spring traveling can stay cheap: the phone bill.
Located in San Jose, CA in the heart of Silicon Valley, Voice Carrier is a dynamic technology company that delivers high quality business VoIP solutions to any business of any size. Voice Carrier was founded in 2007, and launched business in 2009. In their four years of business, Voice Carrier has brought enterprise-grade VoIP phone service to thousands of business customers.
According to a survey by Infonetics Research as referenced by UC Strategies, the VoIP industry grew by about 9% between 2011 and 2012, which amounts to about $63 billion in additional revenue. Most of the growth, according to the article, was in the SIP industry as SIP sales increased by 83% and hosted PBX sales stayed stable.
VoIP is Voice over Internet Protocol. Now we know that the acronym stands for, but what exactly is VoIP? VoIP allows you to make voice phone calls using a broadband Internet connection instead of a regular, old-fashioned phone line. Here are the VoIP Basics.
Conexiant is a wholesale VoIP provider based out of Englewood, Colorado. Although Conexiant calls Colorado home, they have active POPs in Los Angeles, Hong Kong, and Frankfurt. Moreover, Conexiant plans to expand their facilities to include Washington D.C., the UK, and Miami.
nexVortex is an award-winning privately held IP-communications company based out of the Virginia area. nexVortex offers all kinds of IP services, but focuses mainly on SIP trunking. A SIP trunk is a business VOIP phone service that connects the office PBX to the public telephone network. This allows users to place and receive calls over the internet at significantly lower costs.
Popfax is a leader in the Internet faxing world. Known for their cost-effective international faxing capabilities, Popfax is a great business solution for companies with international subsidiaries and partners, but it works just as well for local business as well.
There’s something alive in the dirt of Kansas, and it’s going to change the way Americans connect to the rest of the world. Google Inc., is digging into the heartland and laying down the foundation of the future of the Internet using fiber optics.
Fiber optics are flexible transparent fibers made of glass or plastic which send data packets, like Internet data, at incredibly fast speeds. Internet service with fiber optics is 100x faster than today’s Internet service. The spread of fiber optics is great news for technology lovers, including VoIP users everywhere.