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 Aided By Laptops, Internet, VoIP, Telework Gains In Popularity

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Aided By Laptops, Internet, Telework Gains In Popularity

March 6, 2005

By Diane E. Lewis

For six years, Pathlore Software Corp. of Ohio wooed Lee Maxey, but each time he turned down the company's job offers. Maxey, 41, didn't want to uproot his family to Pathlore's headquarters in Columbus.

But last year, Maxey finally accepted a position as Pathlore's chief learning officer. The perk that won him over? The firm said he could telework from the comfort of his Duxbury home.

Steve Thomas, the chief executive and president of Pathlore, said the learning management software firm realized that it would have better luck attracting the talent it needed if it extended its recruiting net to include the entire country, and offered new hires a chance to work from home.

"We need executives who really know the e-learning industry," said Thomas. "But you can't always find them in Columbus. The truth is that by the time someone reaches the level of experience that we are seeking, they're established and they don't want to move around. So, we made a compromise."

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 VoIP: Plugging The Phone Into What?

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Plugging Into The Future

March 7, 2005

By Peter J. Howe

You're going to plug my phone into . . . what?

When it comes to marketing new Internet telephony services to consumers outside the first wave of bargain-hunting technophiles, figuring out a way to answer just how ''voice over Internet protocol" works is just one of a host of questions carriers are grappling with.

Besides offering unlimited calls around the United States for $25 a month or less, and dirt-cheap calls abroad, Internet phone service opens the gates to a host of cutting-edge services that few people even have at the office. One computer mailbox for voice mail and e-mail, software for making phone calls from a laptop, and ''find me" and ''follow me" services that ring home, work, and wireless phones from one number are just three of dozens of innovative -- but sometimes incomprehensible -- services Internet telephony enables.

As companies from AT&T Corp. to Zoom Technologies Inc. take up the challenge, their pitches generally fall into one of three camps: It's cheap. The features are cool. Or a mix of both.

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 Vonage Passes VoIP Milestone

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Vonage Passes VoIP Milestone

March 7, 2005

By Colin C. Haley

Growing at a rapid clip despite stepped-up competition, broadband telephony upstart Vonage announced today that it now has more than 500,000 lines in service.

"In a very short time, we've proved that 2005 is the year of mass adoption for VoIP services," Jeffrey A. Citron, Vonage chairman and CEO, said in a statement. "Vonage as the market bellwether has capitalized on this nascent trend."

The privately held, venture-backed service provider said it is adding 15,000 lines every week, tallying orders through its Web site as well as retail partners such as Amazon and Best Buy.

Major telecom and cable providers are rolling out their own VoIP services for consumers and small businesses; however they have declined to release subscriber numbers.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, March 07 @ 22:52:06 UTC
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 Vonage Phone Calls Destined To Be Sent As Data Packets

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Phone Calls Destined To Be Sent As Data Packets

March 7, 2005

By John Woolfolk

The day is not far off when everyone's phone calls will be delivered much like their e-mail -- as bits of data.

The phone network that has been the backbone of telecommunications for much of the past century is giving way to the technology that drives the Internet.

``We're in the beginning of a 10-year transformation in which the traditional phone network is going to give way to VoIP,'' said telecommunications analyst Jeff Kagan. ``The telecommunications network is being reinvented.''

Most people still don't know or understand what Voice over Internet Protocol is. But that is changing as the high-speed Internet connections that deliver VoIP are becoming more common. Big-name companies like Comcast and AT&T have been pitching the service.

``During the past couple of years we've seen VoIP start to happen,'' said Jeff Pulver, a pioneer in Internet communications technology who publishes VON, an industry magazine that is sponsoring a VoIP conference Monday through Thursday in San Jose. He predicts VoIP customers will double to more than 2 million by the end of this year.

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 FCC Issues Fines For Blocking Of Vonage VoIP

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FCC Issues Fines For Blocking Of VoIP

March 4, 2005

By David Worthington

FCC Chairman Michael Powell has slapped Madison River Communications with a $15,000 fine for blocking Voice-over-IP (VoIP) Internet phone calls. The FCC's enforcement action comes less than one month after VoIP provider Vonage filed a complaint asking the US government to investigate allegations that competitors are deliberately blocking the use of its services.

Following the agency's disclosure of the settlement, Powell said, "The industry must adhere to certain consumer protection norms if the Internet is to remain an open platform for innovation."

In the complaint, unnamed competitors were accused of blocking Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) addresses that Vonage relies on to operate its services.

IP telephony, better known as VoIP, has economized both local and long distance calling with cut-rate prices as other telephone companies scramble to migrate from their Public Switched Telephone Networks. While smaller Internet firms like Vonage and were first-to-market, major companies such as AT&T, SBC and Comcast have recently launched VoIP offerings.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, March 07 @ 22:47:16 UTC
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 VoIP Firms Urge More FCC Action

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It's Degrading: VoIP Firms Urge More FCC Action

March 4, 2005

By Roy Mark

Internet telephony firms praised Thursday's action by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to fine a small telecom for blocking Voice over Internet Protocol traffic, but said problems of keeping broadband networks open to all IP applications remain.

Over the last six months, both consumer VoIP provider Vonage and wholesaler Nuvio complained to the FCC about both telecom and cable broadband providers either blocking or degrading VoIP calls. In some cases, the providers offer their own VoIP service and in Vonage's and Nuvio's opinion are discriminating against unaffiliated VoIP companies.
Thursday, Madison River Communications of Mebane, N.C., which owns and operates four rural telephone companies in Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina and Illinois, admitted no guilt in port blocking complaints brought by Vonage, but agreed to a $15, 000 fine and promised to drop the practice.

Chris Murray, Vonage's director of government affairs, said in Madison River's case, one of the company's subsidiaries was blocking VoIP calls to and from a customer who chose to get VoIP service instead of leasing a second, hard-wired telephone line.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, March 07 @ 22:44:55 UTC
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 FCC Fines Telecom That Blocked Vonage VoIP Calls

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FCC Fines Telecom That Blocked Vonage VoIP Calls

March 4, 2005

By Keith Regan

The FCC said it had negotiated a settlement with Madison River Communication, under which the firm will pay a $15,000 fine and agree to avoid any actions that could hamper customers' ability to use VoIP services. Analysts said the action sends a strong message that the FCC will act to enforce and uphold its light-regulatory-touch approach to VoIP.

Moving quickly to protect the rights of emerging voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) providers, the Federal Communications Commission has fined a North Carolina-based telecommunications carrier for refusing to accept traffic from Vonage.

The action from the FCC came less than a month after Vonage first filed a complaint with the agency. At the time, Vonage said an unnamed local carrier had configured its servers to deny access to block ports that are used to carry VoIP traffic.

VoIP converts voice to data traffic that is sent through broadband at a sharp discount to traditional local and long-distance providers.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, March 07 @ 22:42:16 UTC
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 FCC Defends Vonage VoIP Service

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FCC Defends Voice-Over-Internet Service

March 4, 2005

By Staff

U.S. regulators have forced a North Carolina phone company to stop blocking customers from using voice-over-Internet calling services.

The Federal Communications Commission said Madison River Communications Corp. has agreed to pay $15,000 and to stop blocking the ability of consumers to use voice-over-Internet calling services instead of regular phone lines, the Washington Post said Friday.

Thursday's announcement signals a victory for an emerging technology that threatens the market share of traditional phone companies.

Known as VoIP, for voice over Internet protocol, such communication increasingly is being used by businesses and consumers instead of traditional phone service. Although VoIP requires high-speed Internet access, providers offer unlimited local, long-distance, and even some international calling for as little as $20 a month.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, March 07 @ 22:40:24 UTC
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 Vonage Internet Phone Service Provider Activates 500,000 Lines

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Vonage Continues Unprecedented Growth; Nearly Doubles Number of VoIP Lines in Canada in Past Three Months

Mississauga, ON, March 7, 2005 – Vonage, the leading broadband telephony provider, today announced it has exceeded 500,000 total lines in service on its network, doubling its growth rate, an industry first, with the addition of more than 15,000 lines per week. In Canada, Vonage has nearly doubled the number of lines in three months, further defining itself as the leader in the Internet telephony industry.

“In a very short time, we’ve proved that 2005 is the year of mass adoption for VoIP services. Vonage as the market bellwether has capitalized on this nascent trend,” said Jeffrey A. Citron, chairman and CEO of Vonage Holdings Corp. “The exponential growth is real: there is no question as to whether VoIP or Vonage is here to stay.”

 Posted by vonage on Monday, March 07 @ 17:46:36 UTC
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 Vonage(r) Becomes First VoIP Provider To Activate Over 500,000 Lines

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VONAGE(r) BECOMES FIRST BROADBAND TELEPHONY PROVIDER TO ACTIVATE OVER 500,000 LINES

Vonage Continues Unprecedented Growth by Adding 15,000 Lines per Week to its Network

Edison, NJ, March 7, 2005 - Vonage, the leading broadband telephony provider, today announced it has exceeded 500,000 total lines in service on its network, doubling its growth rate, an industry first, with the
addition of more than 15,000 lines per week up 50% from the 4th quarter.
The company further defines itself as the leader within the broadband
telephony industry.

"In a very short time, we've proved that 2005 is the year of mass
adoption for VoIP services, Vonage as the market bellwether has
capitalized on this nascent trend," said Jeffrey A. Citron, chairman and
CEO of Vonage Holdings Corp. "The exponential growth is real: there is
no question as to whether VoIP or Vonage is here to stay."


 Posted by vonage on Monday, March 07 @ 16:52:18 UTC
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