News from VoiceCon
Avaya bets big on SIP with its vision for Aura Session Manager -- Avaya announced its vision for Aura Session Manager and placed heavy emphasis on SIP.
At VoiceCon, Nortel customers uneasy about vendor's future -- At a session entitled "I'm a Nortel customer. What do I do now?" customers were given a chance to react to bankruptcy filings and other problems with the telecom giant, as Joel Hackney, president of Nortel Enterprise Solutions, took questions.
Q&A with IBM's Sametime executives -- SearchUnifiedCommunications.com sat down with two IBM execs to discuss IBM Sametime Unified Telephony.
Blogs from VoiceCon
Nortel employees respond to VoiceCon coverage -- After reading the news coverage on the Nortel customer session, several employees wrote to Shamus McGillicuddy to give their perspectives.
VoiceCon 2009: Building success through innovation -- The main theme of VoiceCon 2009 seemed to be keeping on top of technology and being as innovative as possible.
VoiceCon Microsoft keynote: Gurdeep Singh Pall throws desk phone in the trash -- Microsoft's corporate VP of unified communications (UC) argued the company's plans to dump the desk phone, instead planning to pursue software-based communications.
VoiceCon keynote: Kraft Foods UC vision includes Avaya and the iPhone -- Kraft's plans to increase collaboration among its employees includes some technology from Avaya and even using iPhones.
Microsoft decides it shouldn't be in the video conference phone business -- Microsoft announced that it has transferred its Roundtable phone to Polycom.
VoiceCon Cisco Keynote: Cisco goes vertical -- Cisco is starting to cater to vertical markets, focusing on healthcare.
VoiceCon Avaya keynote: SIP has come of age -- Avaya's CEO places all of his faith in SIP during the opening keynote for VoiceCon.
This was first published in April 2009