Dr. Henning Schulzrinne, current CTO of the Federal Communications Commission. Dr Schulzrinne co-developed the key protocols that enable Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and other multimedia applications, including RTP which enables real-time transmission of multimedia across the Internet and SIP, which sets up and configures VoIP telephony communications.
Some in cybersec keep claiming that open-source is inherently more secure or trustworthy than closed-source. This is demonstrably false. Firstly, there is the problem of usability. Unusable crypto isn't a valid option for most users.
Just as Jeff Bezos did to books and CDs, Amazon's rivals are now doing to it. Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud division is coming under attack from competitors who are using Bezos' own cost-cutting tactics against it, and it's starting to show in Amazon's financial results.
IP Communications & VoIP's insight:
Consumers do win. I'm not rushing to change lanes just yet, under the assumption that AWS will catch up. But then we only use a few dollars a month from AWS.
The new anti-surveillance technologies recently called for by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden is much needed to ensure individuals' privacy and protection from government, Yan Zhu, a San-Francisco based staff technologist at Electronic Frontier Foundation, told RIA-Novosti Tuesday.
Truphone Launches Version 5.4.2 of Its VoIP and Messaging App on Android TruTower After releasing a newer UI for iOS users earlier this month, Truphone's VoIP app on Android is due for an update as well.
inancial institutions across the country report that they are tracking what appears to be a series of credit card breaches involving Goodwill locations nationwide. For its part, Goodwill Industries International Inc. says it is working with theU.S. Secret Service on an investigation into these reports.
New York Daily News Swamped with last-minute comments on net neutrality, FCC extends deadline PCWorld The Federal Communications Commission's Web comments form crashed Tuesday morning in the hours before the agency's first deadline for submitting...
VoIP phones are implemented in every major organization and they are providing an attack surface for every malicious user that's knows the basics of hacking. If there is no encryption in the communication media then an ...
If you’ve ever registered a domain name, you’re likely acutely aware of the Domain Registry of America. The company is notorious for the incessant mailing of deceptive renewal letters that essentially trick users into renewing with the Domain Registry of America (DROA) (many times at a much higher price) instead of renewing with the company […]
VCXC - Voice Communication Exchange Committee - is a Washington, DC based nonprofit startup working to speed the transition to all-IP networks and upgrade core voice service to HD. The clock started for a six year all hands on deck transformation of telecom at the June 15, 2012 IP Transition as Grand Challenge event. Here's the video from Dan of AT&T launch in Chicago. Daniel Berninger is a Washington, DC based independent communication architect. Daniel's work started with the original assessment of VoIP at Bell Laboratories in 1995, technical contributions to the founding of Free World Dialup in 1996, and continued at VocalTec Communications where he led the first VoIP deployments at Verizon, HP, and NASA. He won a VON Pioneer Award as co-founder of the VON Coalition. Daniel also led the founding teams, created the business model, and recruited the CEO's for ITXC, and Vonage. Dan's last visit was regarding the HC Voice Nova Trial.