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here I collected some links for voice-related resources, could be useful for someone. There's also a link to xcorrSound, the waveform analysis and comparison tool -- has anyone used it for telephony QoS assessment?
Waveform analysis tool Pay-per-phrase commercial TTS engines Free test speech sound files
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Ever wondered where WebRTC is being used? http://buff.ly/17pCgwS
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Randy Resnick
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Excellent initiative from +Tsahi Levent-Levi
 
I decided to open up a WebRTC-focused job board as part of my website. It is still empty, so if you are looking for good developers for your project, why not post a job in there? http://bit.ly/1zpQo0w
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You're a major contributor and there's nothing more useful than jobs!
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http://www.audiovisualonline.co.uk/product/8040/audioquest-diamond-rj-e-ethernet-cable-8m/  

The "key feature" I especially like about this 26 foot / $7,000 CAT6 cable is that it is directional and should be installed as such based on the flow of music.  I think I should inquire about HD telephony and would one side of the conversation sound better than the other? 
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Even the term "Google Research" brings to mind Muppet Labs.
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The Cisco Jabber Video Beta is in the process of being shut down.
The Cisco Jabber Video Beta is in the process of being shut down. Existing users can continue to use the service until May 16, 2015. However, the service is no longer accept new user accounts. Instead, we would like to invite you to join our new collaboration service called Project Squared.
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Never liked the name.
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Where are they now?
WebRTC early adopters.
#voip  
 
Where are the early adopters of WebRTC? I decided to go back to the first interviews I did with WebRTC vendors on my blog and check what are they doing today: http://bit.ly/1CzHRvC
What happened to the early movers in WebRTC? I went back to the first interviewees I had on this website, to check where they are today. The responses I got are interesting.
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Bowser version 0.4 is now out: https://itunes.apple.com/app/bowser/id560478358?mt=8
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We are running our second Kranky Geek WebRTC event. This time, with Informa. See you all on 16 April in London: http://bit.ly/1vqtF2O
We are going to host another Kranky Geek event about WebRTC. This time, with Informa, in London. See you on 16 April, 2015!
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Not sure if you folks had seen this yet - pretty slick.. !_!
Video conversations with up to 8 people for free - no login, no downloads. Create a video room. Share the link. Appear together. Try it now at https://appear.in
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thanks for sharing .. :-) one of 'these' experiments.
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Time for another book review on WebRTC - this time one written for those using WebRTC in SIP environments: http://bit.ly/1FwFlX4
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Sean Harlow

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I have one of the Ubiquiti UVP phones in for testing if anyone has any questions about it.  Android seems to be a pretty stock build of 4.4.2 and it has the Play Store so most apps should work normally, most I've tested so far have.  I only have the base model though so I can't say anything about the WiFi, Bluetooth, or camera.

You can set it up manually without the UniFi controller, but software updates seem like they may be tricky in that case.
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+Stanislav Sinyagin It does not seem to do any kind of suggestions during dialing, neither T9 nor partial number.

Security is all standard Android.  The lock screen is disabled by default but can be enabled and you get all the usual options.  I'm not sure how one would force a lock though because there's no "Power" button.

No guest mode, multi-user was only enabled for tablet devices in 4.4.x IIRC.  In theory it will gain that feature if it ever receives an update to Android 5.x, but I'm not holding my breath.
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Randy Resnick
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First the SS7 news and now SIM card encryption
Comment encouraged!


#security  
American and British spies hacked into the internal computer network of the largest manufacturer of SIM cards in the world.
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it's like governments don't trust the populace! Unfortunately, history is just repeating.
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Randy Resnick
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"VoIP is one of the top performing industries of this decade, along with biotechnology and ecommerce. Interestingly, wired telecommunications is one of the worst."
What is the future of VoIP and how will this change in the next 5-10 years? Millions of people use VoIP technology every day in apps and businesses.
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Tao Zhang

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Hi, everybody. Is there any SIP service that I can connect to my normal SIP phone to make google voice call? Of course, without OBi device.
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At one point, I used the GB interconnect on pbxes.com to do this. I seem to recall it just stopped working one day.
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Friday #vuc529 : Grandstream Security & Surveillance
 
VUC529 on Friday, February 20th will feature Grandstream Networks addressing issues of security and surveillance. Phil Bowers, Global Marketing Communications Manager, will be discussing their range of SIP-capable security cameras and new NVR-3550 network video recorder. One of the key things he will highlight is the natural synergy between SIP telephony and the video surveillance requirements common to business installations.

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Let me transfer you to my browser http://bit.ly/1DwXYeK #WebRTC
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Randy Resnick
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VUC Sessions  - 
 
Previously, on #vuc528 ...
A tale of Matrix, Wire, Snapchat, Facebook, and various and sundry silos we use to communicate in real time. Thanks to a great panel!
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Text chat escalated to voice call on a website? Here's an interview with +Timur Valishev , CEO of JivoChat doing just that: http://bit.ly/1AeDd8x
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Jason Baird

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Hi Everyone. I'm putting together a beginners VoIP class for work and I'm trying to find a good pcap file of a VoIP conversation that has heavy delay, jitter, or buffering problems. I've tried hitting my own equipment on a small, closed network with a stupid amount of flooding packets, but it doesn't really introduce enough of an issue. Does anyone have any old captures deep within the bowels of a drive somewhere or know of a resource? Thanks for any help!
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Thanks for everyones help. I ended up using a command called netem. http://www.linuxfoundation.org/collaborate/workgroups/networking/netem
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