Tag: Vowifi

Altice pulls Cablevision’s Freewheel service and waits for real WiFi-First

Back in July, Cablevision announced that it would shut down its Freewheel WiFi-only phone service, and now it says that the December billing cycle...

Sonus buys Taqua to address the VoLTE and VoWiFi boom

Sonus has purchased Taqua, adding to its wireline and wireless IP platform at a time of multi-network convergence and of increasing deployments of VoLTE...

As Wi-Fi Calling Goes Mainstream, Challenges and Opportunities Emerge

Wi-Fi now carries more mobile traffic than cellular does, according to Cisco’s Visual Networking Index Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast (2015 to 2020), which...

VoWiFi roaming – All you ever wanted to know but were...

The architecture required to support not only WiFi roaming, but also to enable transparent transition between WiFi and 2G/3G and LTE networks during a...

Republic Wireless boosts WiFi voice experience with bonded calling

Despite the rise in usage of WiFi Calling, and of over-the-top services from WiFi handsets, concerns remain about quality of service in unlicensed spectrum,...

5 Technology Developments Necessary to Create Carrier-Grade Wi-Fi

  As the public Wi-Fi ecosystem grows and evolves, significant technology development must take place to establish and support carrier-grade Wi-Fi. Even as Wi-Fi standards...

EE gives WiFi Calling a key role in its competitive push

Ahead of its proposed acquisition by BT, the UK’s largest cellco, EE, is certainly not falling victim to the lethargy that often afflicts companies...

Taqua buys Kineto to offer complete voice over WiFi platform

Long term partners Taqua and Kineto Wireless are to merge, to exploit the rising carrier interest in voice over WiFi. Taqua, whose main product...