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Internet Protocol Is Shrinking The Planet And Revolutionizing The Way We Live And Work. Mark Blanchard Looks At The New Frontiers In Voice, Video And Data Communication

October 13, 2004

By Mark Blanchard

When Leonard Yakobovits is on the road, he takes more than his work with him -- he takes his office too. With e-mail, a webcam and his latest technology tool, an Internet telephone service, the Concord, Ont.-based entrepreneur can do business whenever he wants to and wherever he is.

"It's great," says the president of Dezco Holding & Trading, a distributor of health, beauty and other products to dollar stores across the country. "You can communicate locally from anyplace in the world. When I go to a trade show, I take a little box with me, plug it in at the hotel and I am in business with a 416 area code. I can still use my own number and long-distance plan from wherever I am."

That little box is a broadband voice gateway from Primus Telecommunications Canada Inc. Its TalkBroadband service, like those offered by other voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) telephone companies, connects to a standard wired or cordless phone and a high-speed Internet cable or DSL modem.

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 Vonage Talks 911

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Vonage Talks About 911 Advancements

October 13, 2004

By Ben Charney

Vonage, an Internet phone service provider, and emergency telecom specialist Intrado say together they've conducted successful trials of an advanced means of making emergency phone calls using the Internet.

Details of the work in Rhode Island, and the two companies' future plans for it, will be unveiled Thursday in Washington, D.C., where Vonage will also discuss its participation in a major industry-led forum to improve the nation's 911 system.

While they have been hailed for costing up to 30 percent less than traditional dialing plans, voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services often do not include the ability to dial 911. The reason, mainly, is that VoIP calls are routed over the Internet, while most emergency calling centers are only capable of receiving calls using older circuit-switched telephone technology.

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 Vonage® Completes Successful “Enhanced 9-1-1” Trial For VoIP

Vonage Press ReleasesVonage® Completes Successful “Enhanced 9-1-1” Trial For VoIP Users

Key Technology Solution Provided by Intrado Used to Manage Test Calls

Edison, N.J. October 14, 2004Vonage Holdings Corp, the leading provider of broadband phone service, today announced completion of a VoIP E9-1-1 trial in the state of Rhode Island. As a result of a successful collaboration with Rhode Island E9-1-1, Vonage was able to deliver both caller’s location and call back number to 9-1-1 emergency services personnel for 9-1-1 calls placed using Vonage broadband phone service. Vonage’s partner Intrado Inc., North America’s leading provider of 9-1-1 systems and services, in concert with Rhode Island E9-1-1’s technical consultant, Arthur Kraus of AK Associates, Inc., provided the technology that enabled this service.

How It Works

When Vonage customers dial 9-1-1, the call is routed over Vonage‘s 9-1-1 server using industry standard SIP protocol. The Vonage server then queries Intrado for routing instructions. The call is then directed to the selective router that serves the Rhode Island Public Safety Answering Point (“PSAP”). Simultaneously, Intrado places the customer’s address and telephone number into the Automatic Location Information (ALI) server. The supplementary special key unique to the call is included in signaling, and allows the PSAP 9-1-1 operator to pull the customer’s address and phone number from the ALI database. Vonage and Intrado are working with other states to provide similar solutions and intend to roll them out market by market.

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 Vonage® Announces Participation In Nena's E9-1-1 Forum

Vonage Press ReleasesVonage® Announces Participation In Nena's Next-Generation E9-1-1 Forum

Forum Slated to Seek the Further Enhancement of 9-1-1 Services to Integrate New Forms of Data and Information Delivery to PSAPs

Edison, NJ, October 14, 2004Vonage Holdings Corp. will become a charter member and participant of the National Emergency Number Association’s (NENA) recently announced “Next-Generation E9-1-1 Forum” to expand development of the roadmap for the future of 9-1-1 calling. The forum will be directed by NENA, and will expand on NENA’s technical, operational and policy development work for all E9-1-1 systems solutions, services and procedures.

“NENA’s announcement of its “Next-Generation E9-1-1 Forum” is exciting because it will look forward at what’s now possible and how the public could be better served by new technology, taking a ground-up approach to the delivery of emergency services,” said Jeffrey A. Citron, chairman and CEO of Vonage Holdings Corp. “In the world of IP, we aren’t limited to voice communications and can deliver much more information than just simply a phone number and street address. Why shouldn’t emergency services personnel have the ability to pull down pertinent information in an instant, such as health records and floor plans? Vonage looks forward to working with NENA to make this new functionality a reality.”

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 Next Generation E9-1-1 Forum

Vonage Press Releases9-1-1 Association Announces “Next Generation E9-1-1 Forum:”

Washington, D.C.
– Upgrading the nation’s 9-1-1 systems by implementing ‘next generation’ technologies, procedures and best practices is the goal of a new forum launched by the National Emergency Number Association (NENA).

“The Next Generation E9-1-1 Forum is an open consultative process to improve our nation’s planning, leadership and innovation in the delivery of a fully functional 9-1-1 system that responds any time, anywhere from every device” states an open letter written by NENA President, Bill McMurray.

Recognizing that new innovative ways to call 9-1-1 have emerged, NENA is exploring how these same technologies, service offerings, and capabilities may in fact revolutionize the abilities of all 9-1-1 calls. The Next Generation E9-1-1 Forum is designed to facilitate that discussion.

McMurray added, “We are calling upon all 9-1-1 stakeholders and leaders to join us, as we are asking for their leadership, participation and commitment to make significant progress in realizing the full potential for 9-1-1 and emergency services.”

In the last several years, NENA has made a consistent plea to the federal government, state and local leaders and communications companies to work more closely together to accelerate the progress of E9-1-1 priority. Institutionalizing that plea and request is the impetus behind the NG E9-1-1 Forum.

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 VoIP / 9-1-1 Joint Technology

Vonage Press ReleasesFirst Of Its Kind - VoIP / 9-1-1 Joint Technology

OCTOBER 14, 2004


To Whom It May Concern:

A new wave of technology, Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP), is sweeping the country, transforming the way people communicate. With it comes a realm of issues and problems for 9-1-1 call centers and emergency service providers. VoIP technology enables a user to place a telephone call over the Internet using a broadband connection from any area code, regardless of their geographic location. This service is substantially less expensive than traditional phone calls. Until now this service did not allow a caller to place a “traditional” emergency 9-1-1 call.

Rhode Island’s Governor, Donald Carcieri and Jeffrey A. Citron, chairman and C.E.O. of Vonage Holdings Corp. (the leading broadband telephony provider) and George Heinrichs, president and CEO of Intrado Inc., (North America’s leading provider of 9-1-1 systems and services) are pleased to announce that jointly they have developed a system of capturing two critical 9-1-1 elements. Developments are ANI (Automatic Number Identification) and ALI (Automatic Location Identification) from a VoIP based emergency call, which automatically identifies the registered number and location of the device used by the Vonage 9-1-1 caller, residing in Rhode Island. This solution promotes a faster and more accurate response time for emergency services. Further, Vonage customers in RI are covered with 9-1-1 whether they have a Rhode Island or out of state area code.

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 Vonage Canada Names Darrin Lamont Vice-President

Vonage Press ReleasesVonage Canada Names Darrin Lamont Vice-President, Sales & Customer Operations

Toronto, ON, October 14, 2004
– Bill Rainey, president of Vonage Canada, today announced the appointment of Darrin Lamont to the position of vice-president, Sales & Customer Operations. Vonage Canada is a subsidiary of Vonage Holdings Corporation, the leading provider of broadband phone service in North America.

Mr. Lamont is responsible for driving customer acquisition and retention by ensuring Vonage Canada delivers an outstanding customer experience at every contact point. Mr. Lamont is also charged with building solid partnerships with suppliers and sales channels for Vonage Canada, as well as delivering the highest standards of operational efficiency and quality for Vonage Canada’s customer operations and call centre.

Prior to joining Vonage Canada, Mr. Lamont held progressively senior sales management and sales engineering roles at well-known telecommunication providers such as Sprint Canada, Bell Canada and GT Group Telecom. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Montreal’s Concordia University, a Certificate in Telecommunications Management from Toronto’s Ryerson University and has completed the Executive Sales Management program at Kingston’s Queen’s University.

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 Telecom Equipment Market Growing

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Analyst: Telecom Equipment Market Growing

October 12, 2004

By Zev Stub

Israeli telecommunications equipment providers have turned the corner into recovery mode, with exciting opportunities for growth in 2005 and 2006," CE Unterberg, Towbin senior equity analyst Richard Church told The Jerusalem Post on Tuesday, following a whirlwind tour of 13 local telecom equipment firms.
"Church noted that the trip was part of a general effort by the investment bank to increase its focus on the Israeli market since opening up an office in Tel Aviv in May.

The new office, headed by Mark Green, has "significantly ramped up" Unterberg's status here, giving it the same level of importance as major players. The firm, which has been involved in Israel for many years, has already managed six public offerings this year, for Pharmos, VocalTec, M-Systems, Retalix, Tower Semiconductors, and Optibase.0D

Church declined to comment on individual companies, but said the market for Voice over IP (VoIP) technology presents one of the greatest market opportunities in the coming years. The convergence of voice and data over a single network poses the most significant opportunities in the realms of broadband and wireless.

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 Mexico: VoIP Becoming A Hot Market

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Mexico Industry: Internet Telephony Becoming A Hot Market

October 11, 2004

By Staff

As Internet telephony begins to revolutionise the Mexican telecommunications sector, it is uncertain which firms will benefit, and how. Domestic cable-TV companies are eager to exploit their broadband capabilities by offering voice, video and data services, but want to do so alone, not in mandatory alliance with local telecommunications companies, as the government has proposed.

Meanwhile, such savvy foreign Internet entrepreneurs as US-based Vonage and Dialpad Communications are already exploiting pent-up demand for flexible and low-cost Internet telephony services.

Commonly known as Voice over Internet (VoIP) telephony, the technology offers significant savings to consumers. VoIP telephone calls, made via the Internet, cost a mere 2-4 cents per minute to the US or Europe, compared with average rates of 50 cents per minute via a traditional telephone line. Nor do the benefits stop there: VoIP is continuing the erase price distinctions between domestic local and long-distance calls.

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 Top VoIP Companies

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The Fierce 15 Top VoIP Companies of 2004

October 12, 2004

By John Edwards

Why It's Fierce: There are many VoIP service providers -- the number grows almost daily -- but Vonage is the fierce startup that is best positioned to fight the traditional telephone companies and cable operators. Vonage claims it controls about 50 percent the consumer and small business VoIP markets. That's not surprising, given the company's name recognition and the marketing alliances it has formed with retailers, including Staples, Office Depot, RadioShack, Circuit City, and others. Vonage is expanding its presence in the US, UK, and Canada while planning service in Asia and Latin America. The company currently has 240,000 lines in service and is adding about 25,000 new lines per month. To solidify its base, Vonage is moving rapidly into wireless networking by forming partnerships with hardware vendors Linksys and Netgear. Vonage is also well positioned financially to take on any comers: investors have pumped over $200 million into the company's coffers in four rounds.

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