Category Archives: VoIP Commentary

The VoIP industry is fast paced and ever changing. The VoIP Insider makes keeping up to date with trends, themes and emerging players in the market with weekly editorial commentary from some of the industries best and brightest.

Chris Sherwood of CrossTalk Solutions Talks Tech at ITEXPO 2019

May 2, 2019
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZHMTogEfus While we spent a lot of time talking to manufacturers and meeting our customers at ITEXPO, we had to make sure we left enough time ... READ MORE

How to Prevent Audio Fatigue

October 19, 2015
Note:This is a guest post by Ashley Nguyen, Channel Marketing Specialist, Revolabs Recently Tim Root, Chief Technology Officer of Revolabs, wrote an article that appeared ... READ MORE

Infographic: History of Analog Phones to VoIP

August 14, 2014
Our friends at Software Advice put together a great infographic highlighting the Life and Death of the Analog Telphone. This pictorial history takes us through time ... READ MORE

How to Shop for a Green-IP Office

January 17, 2014
VoIP Supply is proud to do everything we can to contribute to a sustainable future. Our company has taken initiatives to cut back our carbon footprint ... READ MORE

Top 10 VoIP Products for 2012

December 27, 2012
10.  RCA VoIP Phones. Name brands you have come to know and trust in your home have begun to emerge in the VoIP market. RCA ... READ MORE

Take your business to the next level with video conferencing

December 6, 2012
Note: This is a guest post by Rachel Greenberg from VoIPReview.org. VoIPReview.org pioneered the concept of comparing VoIP service providers and is an information resource ... READ MORE

Guest Post: When To Choose DECT Over Wi-Fi?

January 6, 2012
Note:  This is a guest post by James Kander, North American Sales Manager for Polycom KIRK, and the 1st installment in a three part series. Polycom ... READ MORE

National Broadband Plan Bad For Business?

August 12, 2011
The U.S. government's National Broadband Plan aims to stimulate the economy by mandating universal broadband and mobile broadband access. Criticism of this plan is growing explains Phil Britt of ... READ MORE

The Microsoft-Skype Deal Was About Facebook The Whole Time

August 11, 2011
Microsoft, Really? Months before Skype was scooped-up by Microsoft for $8.5 billion dollars there was tons of speculation as to who may ultimately purchase Skype. Would it ... READ MORE

No Jitter – "8 + Ways to Save on Communications"

March 30, 2011
I wanted to bring attention to a very extensive article written by Gary Audin over at No Jitter titled "8 + Ways to Save on ... READ MORE