The Top 33 (Other) VoIP Blogs

Updated: January 07, 2011

Although we are only a week or two old, you know by now that we are already a must-read VoIP blog. But there are plenty of other extremely valuable and worthwhile VoIP blogs out there and here are 33 of the best in no particular order. NOTE - we specifically did not include any blog that has not been updated in the last six months - that's not a blog - that's history.

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  1. SaundersLog - Alex Saunder's Personal Soapbox - Alex Saunders is one of the deans of VoIp and VoIP blogging - well worth reading. http://saunderslog.com/
  2. Voice Over IP Weblog - Jeff Goldman writes a frequently-updated nice straightforward blog about all things VoIP http://www.voip-weblog.com/
  3. VoIP Survivor - IMS and VoIP industry insights - a Radvision blog - covers a good range of VoIP industry issues in some depth http://blog.radvision.com/voipsurvivor/
  4. Skype's blogs - Skype runs its own set of blogs and even the CEO contributes. Find them here. http://share.skype.com/sites/en/
  5. Skype Journal - but for the REAL lowdown on Skype and anything and everythign to do with it and VoIP, read Phil Wolff's Skype Journal. http://skypejournal.com/
  6. VoIP Watch - Andy Abramson is perhaps the most connected man in VoIP - He's a PR person for many VoIP companies but doesn't restrict his coverage of the VoIP industry on his blog - nor does he pull any punches. http://andyabramson.blogs.com/voipwatch/
  7. Asterisk VoIP News - an Asterisk (most popular open source PBX) specific blog. http://www.asteriskvoipnews.com/
  8. GigaOM - the home site of the GigaOM network and home of prolific journalist/entrepreneur/blogger, Om Malik. Covers VoIP among several other internet technologies http://gigaom.com/
  9. Fierce VoIP Blog - the blog part of the Fierce VoIP email newsletter http://www.fiercevoip.com/news
  10. Global Crossing Blog - one of the better vendor blogs that manages to stay away from being partisan. http://blogs.globalcrossing.com/
  11. Jon Arnold's Analyst 2.0 - a better name might be VoIP Analyst 2.0 - Jon Arnold provides telling insights into the world of VoIP. http://www.ipcom-insights.com/blog/jon/default.aspx
  12. OS-VoIP - a newer open source VoIP blog that is a bit less totally Asterisk biased than some. http://www.os-voip.com/
  13. Signal to Noise - Ted Wallingford - perhaps once this was a Mac specific VoIP blog - but it certainly isn't anymore...http://macvoip.com/stn/
  14. If you can't tell what a blog called PhoneBoy is likely to be from the title - well - it's actually a very good VoIP and telephony blog with a special focus on mobile and phones. http://phoneboy.com/
  15. Even big blogging networks haven't totally ignored the niche world of VoIP - Here's weblogs, inc's VoIP blog. http://voip.weblogsinc.com/
  16. Mark Evans - Great blog from a Canadian communications consultant http://www.markevanstech.com/
  17. Tom Keating of TMCnet, one of the largest VoIP media sites, runs hid ideas down for you. http://blog.tmcnet.com/blog/tom-keating/
  18. VoIP News - basic reshashing of hardcore voip industry news http://www.voipnews.com/
  19. VoIP-News UK - yes, there are lots of VoIP News blogs - this is one of the better ones - with a UK bias. http://www.voip-news.co.uk/
  20. VoIP User - Great blog from a real world perspective covering a wide range of VoIP topics. http://www.voipuser.org/
  21. The only regularly updated VON blog - but that's important since VON is the most important VoIP trade show. http://www.von.com/blogs/martin/
  22. Voxilla is a VoIP blog with a great 'Ask Voxilla' feature http://voxilla.com/
  23. Rich Tehrani's blog at TMCNet - the other big hitter in TMC's one-two voip blogger punch. http://blog.tmcnet.com/blog/rich-tehrani/
  24. Luca Filigheddu is the CEO of Abbeynet an Italian IP communications company. But really he's the biggest VoIP blogger outside of North America and has a great personal style. http://www.lucafiligheddu.com/
  25. Latest VoIP News - The URL might say latestgeeknews, but this blog is all VoIP and IMS all the time. http://latestgeeknews.blogspot.com/
  26. VoIP Telephony is another covers-everything VoIP blog that has been runnning since 2005. http://snapvoip.blogspot.com/
  27. VoIP Monitor - a three person team covering everything about the VoIP business in great depth. http://www.voipmonitor.net/
  28. VoIP Insider - VoIP Supply's blog - fairly commercial but does cover the industry with its own take. http://blog.voipsupply.com/
  29. VoIP Security Blog - the name says it all - a specialized VoIP blof that really hits the mark. http://voipsecurityblog.typepad.com/
  30. Voice of VoIPSA - the VoIP security Association - the other VoIP Security blog - very much on the money. http://voipsa.org/blog/
  31. Disruptive Telephony - Dan York's great take on IP Telephony from all angles. http://www.disruptivetelephony.com/
  32. Sadly, despite the great URL, this blog is called VoIP and Telecom Blog - LONG infrequent posts looking at big overall changes in the VoIP market. http://sipthat.com/
  33. Michael Robertson covers VoIP and a lot of other IP connected/communicating devices as well. http://www.michaelrobertson.com/
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