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Hearing Set On Voice-Over-Internet

September 20, 2004

By Staff

Is it possible to change a regulator’s mind in 30 minutes?

That’s roughly how long Bell Canada will have this week to convince the federal telephone watchdog that the emerging world of VOIP—that is, phone service based on Internet protocol—is so disruptive and fast-moving that it isn’t fair to slap regulatory shackles on Ma Bell.

Tomorrow, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission begins a three-day hearing in Ottawa to determine how such an industry-transforming technology can and can’t be sold to Canadians.

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September 21, 2004

By Simon Tuck

Ottawa — The possible regulation of on-line telephone services will be on the table in a review that begins Tuesday by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, hearings that could help shape the direction of Canada's telecommunications industry — and the commission itself.

The CRTC is poised to determine how — or if — it will regulate the fledgling voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) industry, which has the potential to slash telephony prices, attract a horde of new Internet users, and lead to an overhaul of the lucrative telecommunications services industry.

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September 21, 2004

By Steve Rosenbush and Alex Salkever

Just a few years ago, only tech geeks and a few hobbyists made phone calls over the Internet. Now, Net telephony is starting to find widespread acceptance among consumers and corporate customers alike. The technology is taking off despite its clumsy name: VoIP, short for voice over Internet protocol. The U.S. alone already has 500,000 residential users, and that market could grow to 16.5 million by 2008, according to analyst Jon Arnold of consultant Frost & Sullivan.

It's easy to see the appeal. Internet phone service is cheaper than the traditional kind, and it's packed with new features, like the ability to listen to your voice mail on the Web, regardless of where you are. So should everyone turn their broadband connection into a phone line? Not necessarily. BusinessWeek Online Technology Editor Alex Salkever offers a quick primer on what you need to know about VoIP and making phone calls over the Internet.

Q: So what's VoIP?

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 Texas Instruments (TI) integration of Voice-over-WLAN

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TI Puts VoWLAN In Phone Chip

September 21, 2004

By Ed Sutherland

Chipmaker Texas Instruments (TI) has announced it integration of Voice-over-WLAN with a popular processing architecture it uses in many cellular phones.

The TNETV1600 platform "provides the cost savings, flexibility and power management to allow developers to manufacture a WLAN IP phone with talk and standby time comparable to cell phones," according to the Dallas, Texas-based company.

Based on TI's OMAP processor, the new chipset couples its WLAN silicon with the company's Telogy Software for VoIP. The design includes the TLV320AIC22C dual channel audio codec integrating both handset and headset on one chip, as well as power and battery management.

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 Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission

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Are Internet Phone Calls A New Frontier Or Just A Technological Tweak For An Old service?

September 21, 2004

By Staff

GATINEAU, Que. (CP) - Are Internet phone calls a new frontier or just a technological tweak for an old service?

That was the question before the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission on Tuesday as it opened three days of hearings into the possibility of regulating such calls. The hearings have drawn 31 groups, ranging from communications giants such as Bell and Rogers, to high-tech upstarts such as Telus and Vonage, who are already pushing ahead into Internet voice services. There are consumer groups, too, urging a cautious, rule-driven approaches to the new technology.

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 CRTC Considers Regulation Of Voice Over Internet Phone Service

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CRTC Hearings Consider Possible Regulation Of Voice Over Internet Phone Service

September 21, 2004

By Staff

GATINEAU. QUEBEC - The CRTC has opened hearings that will determine whether Internet-based phone service should be regulated just like traditional phone service, or whether it should be regulated at all.

INDEPTH: VoIP

More than 30 companies and interest groups are scheduled to give their views on the issue over three days.

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 Jobs At Risk If CRTC Regulates VoIP

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Jobs At Risk If CRTC Regulates VoIP, Hearing Told

September 21, 2004

By Simon Tuck

Gatineau, Que. — Canada will face a loss of jobs and investment if it attempts to regulate Internet-based telephony services, one of the industry's U.S.-based startups warned the federal regulator Tuesday as it kicked off a review that could largely shape the future of Canada's telephone services industry.

Brooke Schulz, vice-president of corporate communications for Edison, N.J.-based Vonage Holdings Corp., told the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission that geography and borders are irrelevant when it comes to voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) services.

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 Internet Phone Calls A New Frontier?

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Are Internet Phone Calls A New Frontier Or Just A Technological Tweak For An Old Service?

September 22, 2004

By Staff

GATINEAU, QUE. -- Are Internet phone calls a new frontier or just a technological tweak for an old service? That was the question before the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission yesterday as it opened three days of hearings into the possibility of regulating such calls.

The hearings have drawn 31 groups, ranging from communications giants such as Bell and Rogers, to high-tech upstarts such as Telus and Vonage, already pushing ahead into Internet voice services. There also are consumer groups urging a cautious, rule-driven approach to the technology.

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 VOIP

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VOIP In Your Hands

September 22, 2004

By Greg Scoblete

For the last hundred years the home telephone was the gray flannel suit of home electronics -- consistent, reliable, functional and aggressively boring. With the rapid rise of the mobile phone, many industry prognosticators sounded the death knell for the boring old home phone, sweeping it into the dustbin of history in favor of its smaller, portable and feature-rich cellular successor.

The doomsayers are right, of course. The home telephone as we know it is dead (or, put charitably, dying), but home communications is on the brink of a sweeping and dramatic revolution that will transform the way we converse and interact.

The revolution comes courtesy of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology and the thousands of miles of fiber and coaxial that connects us to the Internet.

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 TI Announces WLAN IP Phone

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TI Announces WLAN IP Phone Platform

September 22, 2004

By Staff

Texas Instruments announced the addition of an integrated platform for the development of a high-performance Wireless LAN (WLAN) IP phone, to its market leading suite of Voice over Broadband products. The fully integrated solution incorporates TI's Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and WLAN software and silicon, enabling developers to capitalize on the company's broadband and wireless expertise to quickly bring to market WLAN IP phones for enterprise and residential applications.

This technology will enable portable IP phones for use on WLAN networks, allowing users to roam throughout an enterprise campus or home. It will also enable users to receive emails and other data services on their WLAN IP phone, further extending the cost benefits and convenience associated with VoIP services.

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