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News Archive - March 2004

Vonage Sues AT&T
March 31, 2004
Vonage has decided that AT&T's service name "CallVantage" sounds too much like "Vonage". Doesn't "Vonage" sound a lot like "VON", which is a registered trademark of Pulver (Trademark Serial Number 75941664).
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VoIP Borders Stir Debate
March 31, 2004
Networking executives disagreed on the future of session border controllers, though most agreed that there is a market need for overcoming the disruption of VoIP (voice-over-IP) traffic caused at the border between IP networks and by firewalls in carrier and enterprise networks.
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Pulver: VoIP lacks coolness
March 31, 2004
The trouble with VoIP is that nobody knows how to make it wildly popular a la Apple's iPod, says Jeff Pulver, who runs the VON shows. — Jeff's right. VoIP isn't sexy at all.
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VON NEWS: Brix Offers Free VoIP Quality Testing Service
March 31, 2004
People just go to TestYourVoIP.com to execute a Java applet that initiates a test phone call based on SIP. — Very impressive! However, it took us 20 or so attempts to install the latest JRE. No fault of the applet or service, though. Give it a try on the Packetizer VoIP Diagnostics page.
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VON Keynote: The FCC Enters the Year of VoIP
March 31, 2004
"If last year was the year of spectrum, this is the year of VoIP," said Robert Pepper, Chief of Policy Development at the FCC.
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AT&T CEO: Company's future hinges on VoIP
March 31, 2004
The chairman and chief executive officer of AT&T believes that Internet protocol and VoIP technology are key to the company's future success, and that it will likely launch a new wireless phone and data offering once Cingular Wireless LLC completes its acquisition of AT&T Wireless Services Inc.
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Wi-Fi VoIP will take time to mature, say vendors
March 31, 2004
Asked whether customers should buy the technology now or wait for it to mature, the vendors said buy now. "Please don't wait," said Mouttham. "We need the money." — Pretty funny, but true!
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IPCC Tackles Interoperability
March 31, 2004
Formerly the International Softswitch Consortium (ISC), the newly named organization this week created several working groups of carriers and equipment providers to find ways to tackle issues such as interoperability among VoIP networks.
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Windows CE gets call for Net phones
March 31, 2004
The new CE software contains much improved technology for making phone calls on the Net with voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), according to Microsoft.
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VoIP provider to block eavesdroppers
March 30, 2004
VoicePulse says it plans to use encryption to secure calls, part of an industry trend that could pull in business customers but raise problems for law enforcement wiretaps.
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ITXC Joins MERA's Partnership Program for Tier 1 Carriers
March 30, 2004
MERA Networks announced that ITXC has joined MERA's partnership program designed to ensure complete and proven interoperability of MERA's solutions with ITXC's network.
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Comentary: IM makers shrug at FCC ruling
March 30, 2004
VoIP can eat up a lot of bandwidth, making it too much of a loss leader for their broadband divisions... Or maybe the voice call quality is still not good enough
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Vonage to offer portable Wi-Fi phones
March 29, 2004
Broadband phone service provider Vonage will make available portable Wi-Fi phones later this year to help defend itself against AT&T's expansion into its market.
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Radcom Demos Video Tester
March 29, 2004
RADCOM will showcase its Performer suite of IP video test solutions at the Spring 2004 VON Conference & Expo in Santa Clara, California, supporting the development and deployment of video conferencing applications.
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Peer 1, Pulver to Accelerate VoIP
March 29, 2004
Two innovators in the Voice Over IP industry joined forces today to provide assistance to start-up companies in their industry. The result is the VoIP Acceleration Project - a joint venture in which Peer 1 Network and Pulver.com subsidize new VoIP companies in their bandwidth and co-location needs.
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VoIP Seeks Its FCC Level
March 29, 2004
The regulatory status of voice over IP (VoIP) is still undecided, even after one service's victory with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), according to speakers at the Voice Over the Net (VON) conference.
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Cops missing out on IP benefits
March 29, 2004
Broadband phone service, otherwise known as voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), is the latest telephone technology to outpace the nation's law enforcers.
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Debate rages over Internet phone fees
March 28, 2004
A rewrite of federal telephone regulations used to collect $25 billion annually has the "highest priority" at the Federal Communications Commission, its chief of policy development said Sunday.
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On the line online
March 26, 2004
...internet telephony could emerge as the unexpected "killer application" for broadband...
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Bush pushes ubiquitous broadband by 2007
March 26, 2004
President George W. Bush on Friday said affordable, high-speed Internet access should be available to all Americans by 2007.
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Cable & Wireless IDC Selects Voice over IP Solution from Nortel Networks
March 25, 2004
Cable & Wireless IDC has selected Succession carrier VoIP local and long distance solutions from Nortel Networks to migrate its existing voice networks to IP and create a unified platform for delivery of next generation multimedia services.
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Interactive Intelligence Rolls Out SIP-Ready IP PBX
March 25, 2004
Interactive Intelligence is offering a free version of its Microsoft-based, SIP-ready IP PBX communications system, called "Enterprise Interaction Center."
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Calling the Next Tech Challenge
March 25, 2004
The challenge for government and business is to convert this apparent mayhem [VoIP] into an investment boom that, unlike the ill-fated telecom bubble of the late 1990s, delivers lasting benefits for consumers and investors.
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Telecom Industry's Move to VoIP
March 25, 2004
Executives from ITXC, the Global VoIP Market Segment Leader, to Discuss Telecom Industry's Move to VoIP Internetworking at Spring VON 2004.
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Heeding the blast of Schumpeter's trumpet
March 25, 2004
VoIP's accelerating proliferation will push existing regulatory paradigms to the breaking point—sooner rather than later.
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Internet Telephony Industry Has Its Own Representative Body
March 24, 2004
A group of 13 UK companies, ranging in size from established Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and existing telecoms companies to new market entrants, today announced the launch of the Internet Telephony Service Providers Association or ITSPA.
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AT&T VoIP adds to equipment list
March 24, 2004
AT&T said on Wednesday that its business-class voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) service is now interoperable with telephone equipment from Alcatel, Nortel Networks and Siemens. It previously announced interoperability with Avaya and Cisco Systems equipment.
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Baby Bells win another battle
March 24, 2004
Incumbent local phone companies won a key battle Wednesday when the Supreme Court ruled that states have the right to pass laws prohibiting cities and local governments from selling telecommunications services.
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Japan broadcasters adopt video codec for mobile
March 24, 2004
Six major Japanese broadcasters on Wednesday said they will adopt AVC/H.264, an emerging video compression technology, by early 2006 that will make it possible for them to send video to handheld devices.
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Apple's iChat AV 2.1 supports AOL video conferencing
March 23, 2004
Apple today released a final version of iChat AV v2.1, which brings full support for video conferencing with the new AOL Instant Messenger 5.5 for Microsoft Windows.
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Net2Phone to Provide Cable Telephony Services for Pan-European Conglomerate
March 23, 2004
Net2Phone Cable Telephony and Altice One announced that they have signed a binding term sheet, providing for the deployment of VoIP services by Altice over its existing cable infrastructure in Brussels, Belgium; Strasbourg area and Mulhouse, France; and Luxembourg, utilizing Net2Phone's outsourced cable telephony solution.
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Nortel Submits VoIP E-911 Proposal
March 23, 2004
In response to a call from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for industry support, Nortel Networks has submitted a proposal for an architectural framework that will enable Enhanced 9-1-1 (E9-1-1) access on voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) networks.
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Who's Winning in the Rebound?
March 23, 2004
Recent research, both within these pages and from outside sources, indicates that stabilized levels of capital spending by the big telecom carriers has helped put a floor to the market for telecom equipment.
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Get hip—improve voice coverage, wireless execs told
March 23, 2004
Hip-hop impresario Russell Simmons told wireless executives gathering here Tuesday that the industry should get back to basics by improving its chief product—voice calls—and only then focus on developing new data-centric features like downloadable music.
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Tech giants abuzz over VoIP for cell phones
March 22, 2004
Sun Microsystems and other tech giants are calling Internet phone technology the cell phone industry's next big thing, saying it will help solve old problems and create new services.
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Nortel Scores in Alcatel's Backyard
March 22, 2004
Nortel is racking up softswitch deals with competitive operators in France, trumping incumbent infrastructure provider Alcatel.
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Next Net moves forward
March 22, 2004
IPv6 expands the pool of unique addresses available for connecting PCs and other devices in the Internet. Mobile communications and new IP services, such as |TERM|voip| and video on demand, will increase the number of devices that need IP addresses.
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VoIP to slash state's phone bill
March 22, 2004
Australia: The Victorian Government will announce in early April the successful bidder for the first tranche of its massive whole-of-government communications overhaul.
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Tiscali activates VoIP international network
March 22, 2004
With the deployment of a global class-4 VoIP network, Tiscali International Network has been able to launch an international wholesale voice service...
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From wireless gear makers, a positive spin
March 22, 2004
Cisco Systems Chief Executive John Chambers is expected to note how a new wave of spending on equipment is due to come from carriers now beginning to rely on the Internet Protocol (IP) in their networks.
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Talent leak drains AT&T think tank
March 21, 2004
Some 200 scientists — nearly half the core research staff — were let go from AT&T Labs in Florham Park in January 2002 amid sweeping corporate cuts throughout AT&T. Since then an all-star collection of researchers has bolted from the labs.
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BT spreads VoIP love across Europe
March 20, 2004
BT is rolling out managed VoIP services to businesses across Europe: Spain and Ireland first, later in Germany and the Netherlands.
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VoIP - Vulnerability over Internet Protocol?
March 20, 2004
Consultant Wil Allsopp highlights some of the risks inherent in Voice over Internet Protocol.
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VoIP Fixed-Line Penetration to Hit 27%
March 19, 2004
Probe Group predicts that by the end of 2008 nearly 27% the global fixed line market will be using voice over packet technology.
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Tough sell for wireless data services
March 19, 2004
Industry watchers said they are expecting a slew of announcements next week touting improvements in cell phone data services and the higher-speed networks they depend upon. But a lack of common standards and interoperability clouds the future for many of these.
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NetCentrex Unveils VoIP Video Strategy
March 18, 2004
With a clear objective of providing a complete, integrated, IP-based voice and video communications solution before the end of the year, NetCentrex will roll out new Video Mail, Video Portal (VideoXML), and Video Contact Center applications as well as fixed-to-fixed and fixed-to-mobile video network interconnection.
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Skype plugs in Plantronics headsets
March 18, 2004
Plantronics is now the preferred provider of headsets for Skype, a free Internet phone service founded by the creators of Internet file-swapping service Kazaa
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Your Trekkie Communicator Is Ready
March 18, 2004
Hitting the badge button and saying a name triggers a powerful server-based application that matches the name spoken with a database entry. It then locates that person on the network, activates their badges and starts the conversation, which takes place using Voice-Over-Internet Protocol or VoIP—meaning the voices are converted to bits and transmitted over a computer network. — I want one!!!
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VoIP Players to Tackle 911
March 18, 2004
Unlike traditional telephone numbers bolted to physical addresses, VoIP numbers are tethered to IP addresses, making the precise location of the caller problematic.
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Siemens, Juniper Deploy VoIP Network
March 18, 2004
Vietnam Posts and Telecommunication Corporation has awarded Siemens a contract worth more than 11 million USD to provide Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Corporation (VNPT) with infrastructure solutions for a Next Generation Network with Siemens SURPASS and E- and M-series routing platforms from its partner, Juniper Networks, Inc.
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Warning for Europe's VoIP Upstarts
March 18, 2004
Voice-over-IP service provider upstarts stand little hope of making inroads into Europe's consumer broadband market without being able to offer the access service as well, according to telecom consultancy Analysys
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UK VoIP sector gets trade body
March 18, 2004
Thirteen UK companies have come together to form the Internet Telephony Service Providers Association (ITSPA) to lobby the UK Government and communications regulator, Ofcom, as well the European Commission and other regulators.
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VoIP Market Expected To Be Key Revenue Driver
March 18, 2004
The voice over Internet protocol market is expected to become a key revenue generator for broadband service providers by 2009, a market research firm said Wednesday. — Doesn't it look strange when people completely spell out "VoIP?"
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Siemens and Skype Develop Cordless VoIP Phone
March 18, 2004
At CeBIT 2004, Siemens mobile introduced a consumer Internet telephony and messaging solution developed in partnership with Skype Technologies, the peer-to-peer VoIP provider.
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Veraz Signs VoIP Trunking Deal
March 18, 2004
Veraz Networks announced that CosmoLine has deployed Veraz Networks' I-Gate 4000 media gateways to carry its national and international bilateral traffic between 10 major cities in Greece and to international destinations such as London.
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Deutsche Telekom and Lucent collaborate on VoIP
March 18, 2004
Deutsche Telekom has agreed to use technology from Lucent Technologies in a next-generation voice pilot project.
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T-Mobile to Launch 3G in May in Germany, Britain
March 18, 2004
T-Mobile, Europe's second-largest mobile phone operator, will start selling its first third-generation (3G) multimedia handsets from May in Germany, Britain and Austria
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Lucent Wins $300M in Euro Deals
March 18, 2004
Lucent Technologies announced contracts worth more than US$300 million to provide fixed line and mobile service providers with next-generation services and solutions.
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VoIP set to generate megabucks
March 17, 2004
"A new report from industry analysts, Juniper Research, reckons that by 2009, VoIP (Voice over IP) will help generate $47bn as flat-rate IP-based voice tariffs gradually replace traditional services."
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T-Com Picks Lucent for VoIP Trial
March 17, 2004
"T-Com, the fixed line business unit of Deutsche Telekom, has selected Lucent Technologies (NYSE:LU) to supply IP-based solutions for its next-generation voice pilot project."
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Italtel, Cisco Demo VoIP at CeBIT
March 17, 2004
"Hosted on the Cisco Systems stand, ... Italtel has set up a remote installation of its iMSS Softswitch-lab, with a VPN connection from Milan to showcase the latest and most innovative telecommunication services made possible by Next Generation Networks (NGN) solutions, the result of the interaction between Italtel's iMSS platform and Cisco's Media Gateways and Call Managers."
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Tas university moves to IP videoconferencing
March 17, 2004
"The University of Tasmania is migrating its legacy ISDN videoconferencing system to IP..." A couple of years ago, it was estimated that 85 percent of videoconferencing sales were still ISDN (H.320) rather than IP (H.323). It's probably less now, but movement in that market is very slow.
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Level 3 to Unveil Residential VoIP Services at VON Conference on March 29
March 17, 2004
"Level 3's VoIP strategy calls for service offerings across three key areas: [...] Wholesale [...] Enterprise [...] Consumer services"
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VoIP's Seven Deadly Sins
March 17, 2004
"Yes, adding VoIP services has achieved respectability; still, deploying it is not easy or without hazards. It just means that people have finally figured out what it takes to do it right; that includes avoiding mistakes. Here are seven common pitfalls you'll want to miss too."
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Money brings Skype closer to mainstream
March 17, 2004
'Skype, a free Net-phoning service, announced on Monday a $19 million investment that sources said will "go a long way" toward letting Skype's users connect to the traditional phone network.'
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Bottom Line Alone Isn't Selling VoIP
March 17, 2004
"The strongest immediate driver for switching to IP telephony will be the need to upgrade old PBXs as their usefulness expires, says Brian Riggs, an analyst with Current Analysis."
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Center For Democracy & Technology Releases Position Paper On VoIP And Law Enforcement Surveillance
March 17, 2004
"Surveillance features built in to satisfy government demands could undermine the openness and security of the Internet."
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Test Drive telic.net's Hosted SIP Phone Solution
March 16, 2004
So why isn't H.323 mentioned in their headline? "Our multi-protocol (supporting both SIP and H323) platforms use a carrier-grade..."
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Avaya's SIP-Standardized IP Telephony
March 16, 2004
"Transitioning to converged communications recently got easier as Avaya introduced its new Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) portfolio. However, key features will need to be implemented before high-availability, enterprise-wide deployments can occur."
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VoIP to get a boost with rising adoption of ENUM
March 16, 2004
"Thanks to the rising adoption of ENUM (an Internet Engineering Task Force [IETF] protocol), voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) will see an increase in implementation, according to consulting engineer, Patrik Faltstrom of Cisco Systems."
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Thomson, VCON and MATERNA Announce the Voice+ Initiative That Bundles PSTN and Broadband Applications
March 16, 2004
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Beware of geeks bearing 'presence'
March 16, 2004
"True presence, where everybody who needs to contact you knows where you are and what you're doing, is years off and requires surmounting a host of technical, business and behavioral challenges."
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TMNG Unveils WiFi and UMTS Video Conferencing Solution at CTIA 2004
March 16, 2004
The videoconferencing appears to be France Telecom's econf H.323 client.
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Here's how videoconferencing should work: You plug a digital camcorder...
March 16, 2004
"...or one of those golf-ball-like Web cams into your computer. With a minimum of fuss, you connect to distant family and friends for conversations that include lifelike full-screen video accompanied by clear audio that's perfectly in sync with your lips."
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SpectraLink Introduces New Docking Stations for Wireless VoIP Telephones
March 16, 2004
"The NetLink Docking Station provides a full-featured wireless desktop telephone and docking station for a SpectraLink's NetLink e340 or i640 wireless handset."
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Report: B'band VoIP is a Niche
March 16, 2004
"New retail voice over broadband (VoBB) services will struggle to establish themselves and win a substantial share of the Western European voice market, according to a new report..."
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Softswitch Market To See Huge Gains As VoIP Goes Mainstream
March 16, 2004
"...the total softswitch market in 2003 grew by 42.4%."
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Cable taps into wiretap law
March 16, 2004
Cable operators are starting to comply with federal law that has long required telecommunications carriers to help police conduct electronic surveillance.
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Web voice technologies get W3C go-ahead
March 16, 2004
The World Wide Web Consortium said Tuesday that two specifications related to computer-voice interaction are ready to become industry standards.
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Brasil Telecom Chooses RADVISION Visual Communications Solution for New Integrated Video, Web, and Voice Service Offering
March 15, 2004
Brasil Telecom has chosen RADVISION's viaIP platform as a major component in its new converged voice, Web, and video conferencing and communication offering for enterprises and broadband residential customers throughout Brazil.
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VCON Sponsors the ViDe Workshop on H.350
March 15, 2004
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WebEx Chooses Global IP Sound
March 15, 2004
Global IP Sound announced that WebEx Communications has selected its GIPS VoiceEngine technology to bring enhanced voice quality to future web communications services.
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Mindspeed Ships VoIP Processor
March 15, 2004
Mindspeed announced that Telrad Networks is deploying its silicon private-branch-exchange (PBX) Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) convergence processor in its "Telrad Voice Application Server" (TVAS) conference-call system.
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Polycom Intros Triple Whammy
March 15, 2004
Polycom introduced Polycom Convene, the first carrier-grade unified voice, video and web conferencing solution designed for service providers.
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Nortel CFO quits; faces regulatory scrutiny
March 15, 2004
Terry Hungle, the chief financial officer of Nortel Networks, has resigned following allegations that he improperly made two transactions in his personal retirement plan that violated the company's trading rules.
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iBasis Joins MERA's Partnership Program for Seamless VoIP Interconnection with Partner Carriers
March 15, 2004
MERA Networks, Inc., a forefront supplier of carrier-grade VoIP products for revenue-generating peering of packet networks, today announced its MERA Friendly partnership program for Tier 1 carriers, designed to ensure complete interoperability of carriers' networks with MERA solutions. iBasis, a leading provider of international telecommunications services, has become a MERA Friendly partner to quickly and cost-effectively expand its footprint in desirable destinations.
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Is Security Holding VoIP Back?
March 13, 2004
"Is telephone service over the public internet network secure enough to replace PSTN?"
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NetMeeting on the International Space Station
March 12, 2004
Brian Sullivan of Meeting By Wire fame found this tid bit.
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FBI adds to wiretap wish list
March 12, 2004
"Legal experts said the 85-page filing includes language that could be interpreted as forcing companies to build back doors into everything from instant messaging and voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) programs to Microsoft's Xbox Live game service."
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Covad Readies Turnkey VoIP
March 12, 2004
"With the purchase of VoIP specialist GoBeam, Covad is astonishingly close to delivering a complete voice service to IT departments, end users, and ISPs across the nation."
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Net2Phone Adds SIP, Strikes Deal
March 12, 2004
"Complementing its existing PacketCable-ready solution, Net2Phone's VoiceLineSM will now offer providers SIP-based hosted telephony services..."
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Continuity planning for VoIP
March 12, 2004
"Lawrence Imeish provides advice on how to harden and protect VoIP and IP telephony networks."
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WiFi Phone Announced
March 12, 2004
"The call control protocol of the Prestige 2000W is based on SIP v2 (Session Initiation Protocol version 2, RFC 3261) open standard..."
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Commentary: The challenge for AT&T
March 12, 2004
Forrester had breakfast a while back with Dave Dorman, CEO of AT&T. Dorman delivered an aggressive message, promising a more customer-centric sales approach, competitive prices and new VoIP services. Dorman is on track overall, but Forrester believes AT&T will be seriously challenged by the regional Bells.
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Advanced INFONXX Network Technology Leads Way For VoIP-Enabled Carrier Customers
March 11, 2004
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Comdial Launches Integrated VoIP Solutions
March 11, 2004
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MetaSwitch Achieves First RUS Listing For VoIP Class 5 Switch; Completion Of Field Trial Will Accelerate Circuit to Packet Migration by Rural Telephone Companies
March 11, 2004
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Telephony Magazine Partners with Shorecliff Communications to Host VoIP: Service Providers Strategies in Chicago
March 11, 2004
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Polycom strikes VoIP deal
March 11, 2004
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VoIP Infrastructure Gear To Boom
March 11, 2004
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Tiscali launches VoIP network
March 11, 2004
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Three ILECs Pick Taqua's VoIP
March 11, 2004
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META Group issues VoIP warning
March 11, 2004
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Viper Networks Plans Spin-off of all Non VoIP Divisions
March 11, 2004
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AT&T begins selling Net phone service
March 11, 2004
Whoah! Here come the big guns. First Vonage and Packet8, but now AT&T. Is this the year of VoIP or what?
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Cable Guy Whupping Phone Guy
March 11, 2004
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Will Net phone debate draw in other IP services?
March 11, 2004
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Remote Piano Lessons, in Real Time
March 11, 2004
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Corrections goes TelstraClear, VoIP
March 11, 2004
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deltathree Partners With Freeserve; The United Kingdom's No. 1 Internet Service Provider
March 11, 2004
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Microsoft mobilizes on wireless video
March 11, 2004
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BT, Yahoo mix VoIP with messaging
March 11, 2004
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BT Does VoIP - With Strings Attached
March 11, 2004
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Huawei Helps BT Launch Video
March 10, 2004
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Australia's Comindico Directly Interconnects its VoIP Network to ITXC
March 10, 2004
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ZTE won the bid for DIGITEL's NGN project in Philippines
March 10, 2004
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Russian telco launches St. Petersburg VoIP
March 10, 2004
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Arcturus releases SIPjack for VoIP
March 10, 2004
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aeroTelesis To Enter VoIP Market With North America-To-Asia Network
March 10, 2004
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Deutsche Telekom considers VoIP service
March 10, 2004
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FCC releases Net phone guidelines
March 10, 2004
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S&P move suggests telecom turnaround is official
March 10, 2004
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Net phone provider Voiceglo lands $28 million
March 9, 2004
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Al Almiah offices get videoconferencing
March 9, 2004
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Net2Phone Unveils SIP Solutions for Broadband Providers
March 8, 2004
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VoEx to Provide High-Quality VoIP Services to Fidelity Access Networks
March 8, 2004
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RADVISION Gatekeeper Improves Videoconferencing
March 8, 2004
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Telco Systems Introduces VoIP Gateway for Broadband
March 8, 2004
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iBasis Provides Interconnection for New VoIP Service in Cambodia
March 8, 2004
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i2Telecom International Becomes The First Pure Play
March 8, 2004
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Vonage and Circuit City are First to Of fer Broadband Consumer Telephony Services in Stores Nationwide
March 5, 2004
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Cisco Enhanced Telephony and IP Communications Services for Customers at Branch and Small Offices
March 4, 2004
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SpectraLink Introduces New Docking Stations for Wireless VoIP Telephones
March 4, 2004
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Philips' New Camera Lens Works Like Human Eye
March 4, 2004
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GnomeMeeting 1.0 Videoconferencing/VoIP Released
March 4, 2004
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VCON Announces SIP/H.323 Convergence and Co-existence Strategy
March 2, 2004
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Real-Time IP Videoconferencing For Financial Services
March 2, 2004
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Truestar Health selects VCON and STARBAK to Deliver Online Resource
March 1, 2004
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Broadband overtaking dial-up in major cities
March 1, 2004
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