Over the past few years, both Android and iOS have introduced operating system features that disable tasks that run in the background. While this might be useful to ensure a game app does not drain the battery when not active, it […]
Today’s blog contributor is Andrew Olive, Director, Mobility Program. At CounterPath, we have long espoused the capabilities of our software to allow our customers to connect anywhere, on any device, with any platform. With our employees distributed across North America and the globe, we live and […]
The well-known port for SIP is 5060. It’s common knowledge. Convention. You might say it’s the default. To be clear RFC 3261 says: “If the port is absent, the default value depends on the transport. It is 5060 for UDP, TCP […]
Today’s blog contributor is Helge Brueggemann, Vice President, Research & Innovation at CounterPath. For decades we’ve allowed technology to dictate our behaviour. Quickly adapting to new technologies and changing the way […]
On March 23, 2015, we announced we would no longer be providing updates to eyeBeam. Today, we’d like to inform you that effective March 31, 2018, eyeBeam will no longer be sold in the CounterPath store. If you are currently an eyeBeam user, we’d like to take this opportunity to offer you […]
Over the past six months, CounterPath has been expanding its global distribution network, with new partners on-boarded in the U.S., the U.K., France, Brazil, New Zealand, the Netherlands, South Africa and India. In 2018, […]
Today’s blog contributor is Amber Fraser, Director, People and Culture at CounterPath. With more than ten years of HR experience, I have observed a distinct pattern in recruitment. The most effective and confident leaders lean on a collaborative approach to hiring team members. Collaboration […]
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