VoIP provider
Firey battle emerges as VoIP provider sues Chariot
International Voice over IP (VoIP) companies, Transcom Australasia Pty Ltd and Transcom International Limited, have issued a claim for $3.2 million against Adelaide-based ISP, Chariot Ltd, citing breach of contract.

Review: Samsung Q1
While the Samsung Q1 UMPC is a neat device that combines the functionality of a lot of gadgets into a single unit with a footprint the size of a large paperback, it is far too expensive and you can get much of the same functionality in a sub-notebook (with built-in keyboard and optical drive and a larger screen) or a PDA-cell phone. What’s more, it lacks office productivity software and runs hot.

D-Link Flip-Style Wi-Fi Phone Now Shipping
D-Link today began shipping its flip-style Wi-Fi phone that combines the cost-savings of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology with 802.11 wireless connectivity in a compact Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)-based package. The portable phone, together w…

South Korea Puts the Screws to U.S. Troops
July 3, 2006: The South Korean government held off, at the last moment, on its plan to ban the use of VOIP (phone calls over the Internet) by American troops. Actually, the ban wasn’t on VOIP itself, but the flat rate VOIP service (from companies like Vonage and Skype).

Solegy Releases VoIP Encryption Method to Circumvent SIP Packet Blocking Technology
NEW YORK Solegy has adopted support for encryption of SIP messages among service providers using its ServicePDQ managed platform. The news is timely as it addresses the recent disruptions to VoIP service caused by attempts to block SIP messages and media by network operators around the world.

Solegy(TM) Announces Support for VoIP Encryption Method to Circumvent SIP Packet Blocking Technology Released to
Solegy LLC, a leading provider of managed service delivery systems today announced that it has adopted support for encryption of SIP messages among service providers using its ServicePDQ managed platform.