Category Archives: Digital Communication

Voxygens Just Call Me Conferencing Product Launched by O2 UK

We’re delighted to announce that O2 has launched the Just Call Me conference service, one of our suite of Digital Carrier Products, which Voxygen supplied as a white-label product solution. At Voxygen, we’ve been looking to re-invent conferencing for some …

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Posted in Design Thinking, Digital Communication, Industry, Mobile, Voxygen Tech

Callers Anon

Growth in international telephony services is generally a good thing, and we enjoy ever-falling costs and ever increasing competition for these services. However, a downside is the increased flow of unwelcome sales calls and the diminishing trust in (or even …

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Posted in Design Thinking, Digital Communication, Industry, security, Voxygen Tech

The Hegemony of TCP

There’s an interesting article in the Spectrum magazine about the history of open networking and how ultimately the open standards defined by ITU committees got overtaken by TCP/IP. We still sometimes talk about the 7-layer model ( a product of …

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Posted in Digital Communication, Industry

Signs and Signals

A recent discussion about nautical language (footloose, cut-of-your-jib etc) started a train of thought about words that jump from one usage to another over the years. Sometimes words become obsolete in their original context, and computing and communications are full …

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Telecom is Software

The telephony and messaging business has very much entered the age of the “mashup”. Looking back 20 years, telecom was very much a hardware business and solutions were built only with “big iron” equipment with a hefty price tag. Today …

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Posted in Digital Communication, Industry, Voxygen Tech

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