In the coming weeks and months, we're going to be releasing a whole raft of new features. You're going to see a whole new look for VoIP Spear, additional reports, additional ways to test your voice quality, and more.
Take a look at some of what we have planned.
Our most important new feature is going to involve higher frequency testing. This means we will be able to report on more of the issues you are experiencing.
We have a whole new look for VoIP Spear that you're going to love.
The cloud-hosted VoIP market is nothing less than amazing. It is one of the fastest growing technology markets in North America and the rest of the world, particularly with small-to-medium-size businesses. More and more service providers are getting into the picture, wanting a piece of the lucrative and burgeoning market.
You may come to wonder: Is there really a big market for VoIP service providers? Where is the industry headed? What are the opportunities for new service providers?
The industry impresses when you look at numbers alone. A report by Frost & Sullivan shows the astonishing growth of the hosted VoIP industry in the last few years. A 5% growth each year is a minimum.
The year 2013 ended with users at a high 5 million. This represents a 30.5 percent increase from 2012's number of users. That's an increase of more than a million cloud VoIP users.
Today, we're excited to announce two new VoIP Spear servers. One is located in São Paolo, Brazil, and the other in Vancouver, Canada.
We now have 16 VoIP Spear public testing servers as well as dozens of private servers VoIP Spear customers have set up. These public testing servers are located in major cities in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia. A complete list is below.
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There is no technology without vulnerabilities and without malicious entities wanting to take advantage of it. That's a reality.
Of today's technologies, VoIP is one of the most vulnerable mainly because of lack of awareness. There is a prevalent disregard for VoIP security. Businesses are up in arms protecting data, its systems and flow – but not voice data. And this is a big gap that needs to be addressed.