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 VoIP Goes Big

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VoIP Goes Big Business

September 20, 2004

By Staff

A growing portion of international business calling traffic is being carried over IP.

At the end of 2003 only 2.5% of business lines were operating over IP, which is approximately 10 million lines. But according to new data from IDATE, by 2009 corporate voice over IP and telephony over IP (VoIP and ToIP) will account for 40% of business telephone lines, or 180 million lines. That will mean close to one-third of classic analog and ISDN lines will disappear.

IDATE predicts that IP business calls will exceed 50% of all business traffic by 2010.


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 Mexico City virtual numbers

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Industry Notes

September 20, 2004

By Staff

Vonage said it now offers Mexico City virtual numbers to U.S. and Canadian customers for 4.99 per month. It said such numbers "make it less expensive for friends, relatives and business professionals residing and working in Mexico... to make calls to the U.S. and Canada."

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 Canada VOIP Regulation

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Canada Sizes Up VOIP Regulation

September 20, 2004

By Ellen Muraskin

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission on Tuesday begins a three-day hearing on the regulation of VOIP (voice over IP) services, finding itself at a crossroads familiar to the parallel organizations of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission and the European Commission.

A total of 33 parties, including major, incumbent Canadian telcos Bell Canada Enterprises Inc. and Telus Corp., will present their positions, hoping to sway the CRTC from a preliminary opinion.

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September 20, 2004

By Eric Chabrow

Spending on Internet search ads is approaching $1 billon a quarter, representing $4 of every $10 spent on online advertisements, according to a report issued Monday by the Interactive Advertising Bureau and PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Advertisers allotted 40% of their online ad budgets--or $947 million--to search ads in the April to June period. That's up from $481 million in second quarter 2003, which then represented 29% of online ad budgets.

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Up In The Air

September 20, 2004

By Glenn Fleishman

I’m flying with Boeing right now: This post is filed from the Connexion by Boeing test plane flying out of Boeing Field just north of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. I’m on board with a number of journalists who are getting this demo flight today. The views are spectacular. I had no idea one could fly that close to Mt. Rainier.

The service has been working terrifically when the link is up—there were a few problems with the connection because of the short duration of the flight, our elevation, and the turns necessary to keep us within a large circle. The test plane is swank—a 737-400 with all first-class seating—but the service is the same on this flight as on the several planes on two routes of Lufthansa service. (Note: I missed the cutoff on the approach and wasn’t able to post this during the flight; I added more detail below and posted a couple of hours later.)

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 Internet-Based WLAN Portable Phone

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Is There An Internet-Based WLAN Portable Phone In Your Future?

September 20, 2004

By Al Senia

Quite possibly, if you spend your time on a college campus, you’re a technological savvy international traveler or you just spend a lot of time in a somewhat insulated, hot-wired environment.

Wireless LAN platforms emerged from the shadows this week when VoIP pioneer Vonage and Texas Instruments jointly announced at the Broadband World Forum in Italy that they are working on an integrated platform to develop a high-performance wireless LAN IP phone. The device would combine VoIP and WLAN software that would bring WLAN IP phones to market for residential and enterprise users.

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 Canada Voice Over Internet

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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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 CRTC Studying VoIP

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CRTC Begins Studying How To Oversee VoIP

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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 ABCs Of VoIP

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The ABCs Of VoIP
Net Phone Services Are The Future. Here's A Primer On The Technology, The Potential Savings, And Trade-Offs


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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