Three of iBasis’ largest shareholders intend to reject Royal KPN’s unsolicited buyout offer of the international voice carrier, the company reported.
Qualcomm has been notified that Japanese regulators plan to order the U.S. wireless chip maker to stop abusing its market dominance
Fears have slowly emerged about mobile VoIP companies cutting into operator voice revenue.
EBay plans to spin off its Internet communications service Skype through an initial public offering.
The European Union (EU) could force carriers to allow VoIP to run on their cellular networks and has already prepared draft legislation
Cable operators can’t afford another Sprint Pivot, a failed joint venture that was supposed to integrate Sprint’s wireless services with cable services.
Skype is using data from a Zogby survey to boost its call for carriers, device makers and software companies
Skype Communications sent another letter to FCC Chairman Kevin Martin yesterday taking issue over the definition of “open” wireless networks.
Voice-activated mobile VoIP service provider Mobivox is getting together with Unyk to offer a voice-activated mobile service to Unyk’s user base
Operators seeking a fast return on investment by boosting their average revenue per subscriber should check out TelcoBridges’ new service delivery platform
DiVitas Networks is boasting a customer win via Sawtel, a Hartford, Conn.-based VoIP carrier that sells connectivity solutions to institutions and businesses in emerging markets.
Mobile VoIP is expanding its reach, and going mainstream. It is therefore vital for mobile operators to start integrating mobile VoIP platforms.
A survey of MVNOs carried out by iLocus reveals that nearly one-fourth of MVNOs are already testing mobile VoIP.
Sierra Wireless now offers an IPsec VPN to protect the software in its AirLink series of wireless gateways.
Companies in today’s briefs include: Panasonic, T-Mobile, RF Micro Devices, U Mobile, fring, Apple, Nokia Siemens Networks, Wataniya Telecom Algerie, Vodafone, Mobilkom Austria, NextPoint
At a hotel several blocks from the main venue of the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain, Skype executives gathered for their meetings. Nearing the evening hours on that Tuesday, the room was mostly quiet with the exception of a few people toiling away after long days of show-related business.