VoIP Solutions Week in Review: LAPD, 888VoIP, Ecosmob & More
Welcome back to the week in review, where we take a look at all the top stories making headlines in the VoIP space this week.
Sometimes it takes a disaster to make people sit back and think about making a change. Whether personally or professionally, people aren’t always eager to make big changes that they’re uncertain about. However, like many others, the LAPD just had to make a decision it was uncertain about after disaster struck. Recently, several area police stations lost non-emergency telephone service, which made them stop to think about how much worse the situation could have been. So, it came as no surprise when, this week, it was announced that the LAPD is beginning to look at VoIP to upgrade its systems. Find out more HERE.
Choosing the right VoIP systems may prove to be difficult for the LAPD, as it is for so many other companies. Anyone concerned about choosing the best VoIP options can now breathe a sigh of relief, as VoipToners.com has released its new VoIP Speed Test Tool to help consumers through the decision making process. The new tool is available for free and allows anyone to test the performance of their ISP to make sure that it’s capable of handling the VoIP services they’re looking into. Everything you need to know is HERE.
We also covered news from 888VoIP this week. The company has announced a partnership with VTech Communications in order to expand its product portfolio. As a result of this partnership, 888VoIP will now be able to sell VTech’s business and hospitality phones as well as Snom business phones. Find out how this partnership benefits everyone involved HERE.
Finally, the week rounded out with the news that Ecosmob has introduced a new line of VoIP mobile dialer solutions for mobile carriers. According to TMC’s Steve Anderson, “The Ecosmob mobile dialer system is designed to offer mobile carriers a way to better compete against major established figures in the market like Skype and WhatsApp by offering a simple, easy to use mobile dialer for VoIP.” Full coverage is HERE.
That’s all for this week. Come back next week to read all the latest news in the VoIP space.