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 Vonage® Teams With Netgear® To Develop Suite Of Broadband Telephony Products

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Vonage® Teams With Netgear® To Develop Suite Of Broadband Telephony Products For Voice-Over-IP Service

802.11g Wireless Router, Telephone Adapter/Router for VoIP Service

EDISON, New Jersey, and SANTA CLARA, Calif., August 24, 2004 – Vonage, the leading broadband phone company, today announced it is teaming with NETGEAR®, Inc. (Nasdaq: NTGR), a worldwide provider of technologically advanced, branded networking products, to develop a suite of broadband telephony devices. These devices will incorporate the latest version of Texas Instruments’ Voice over IP (VoIP) and Wireless LAN (WLAN) chipsets, enabling consumers to benefit from integrated broadband voice and data applications compatible with the Vonage service. First available will be a voice-enabled 802.11g wireless router followed by a wired two-port telephone adapter/router. These products are expected to be available to customers of Vonage’s innovative digital telephone service as early as October of this year in time for the Holiday season.


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 Vonage® And Linksys® Team Up To Redefine The Telecommunications Marketplace

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Vonage® And Linksys® Team Up To Redefine The Telecommunications Marketplace

Capitalizing on Linksys’ Retail Strength and Brand Awareness, Vonage Expands

Edison, NJ, and Irvine, CA August 24, 2004 – Vonage, the leading broadband phone company and Linksys, a division of Cisco Systems, Inc. today announced a relationship that will redefine the way consumers and small businesses communicate. Vonage will now be offering its broadband telephony service for use with two different Linksys Voice over IP (VoIP) devices to meet the ever-growing broadband communications marketplace.

Customers can now choose products for their home or small business broadband telephony needs with a number of Linksys options that fit their requirements. Vonage subscribers will be offered a choice of the Linksys (PAP2) Phone Adapter with 2 Phone Ports or the (RT31P2) Broadband Router with 2 Phone Ports. In a few weeks, Linksys will also make available a Wireless-G Router with 2 phone ports (WRT54GP2).


 Posted by Vonage on Tuesday, August 24 @ 00:00:00 EDT
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August 23, 2004

By Mathew Ingram

As catch-phrases go, Voice Over Internet Protocol or VOIP doesn't exactly sing, which is why so few companies offering it tend to use either the term or the acronym. What they usually say is things like "Use the Internet to make phone calls!" and leave it at that.

It's more than a little confusing, since people have been using the Internet to make phone calls for years now. So what's new about a service such as Vonage? And is it any good?

 Posted by vonage on Monday, August 23 @ 19:00:18 EDT
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 Vonage® Now Offers 311 Dialing For City Information Services

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Vonage® Now Offers 311 Dialing For City Information Services

Edison, NJ, August 18, 2004
– Vonage, the leading broadband telephony provider today announced it is now offering its subscribers 311 dialing for city information services. Calls dialed to 311 are routed to the public information center in the customer’s area enabling them to receive information such as public transit and garbage collection schedules, as well as tourism and parks and recreation information.

“Vonage is pleased to offer its customers the convenience of 311 dialing for city information services. This is just another example of Vonage answering its customers needs,” stated Jeffrey A. Citron, chairman and CEO of Vonage.

The 311 dialing feature is available at no charge to all customers who have activated their dialing 911 service. Vonage customer access to 311 services is available in 13 markets across the US including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Detroit, Baltimore, Dallas and Washington DC.


 Posted by Vonage on Wednesday, August 18 @ 00:00:00 EDT
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Internet Talk Is Cheap, But What People Really Want To Know Is, How Does It Sound?

August 16, 2004

By William Mauldin

Internet talk is cheap, but what people really want to know is, how does it sound? So we decided to give VoIP a real test, going beyond the usual method of just making a few sample calls.

Using an industry-approved method, we had six volunteers rate more than 100 calls over four VoIP lines, one landline and one cellular phone on a scale of 1 to 5. The tests were blind, of course, and we took the mean opinion score to come up with our results.

To our surprise, one of the Internet services actually beat the landline, something few experts had expected. Two of the other services had noticeably more glitches, like calls that went in and out of service or calls that had a few syllables chopped out here and there. Not exactly what you want for a business call.

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 Vonage Names Louis Mamakos as Chief Technology Officer

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Vonage Names Louis Mamakos as Chief Technology Officer

Vonage, the broadband phone company, today appointed Louis Mamakos as Chief Technology Officer, effective immediately. In the newly created position, Mr. Mamakos will report directly to Jeffrey Citron, CEO. Mr. Mamakos is responsible for overseeing all technology operations, development and planning of Vonage’s business.

Most recently, Mr. Mamakos was a fellow at Hyperchip, Inc. where he held various technical engineering and architecture roles also serving as technical consultant to the President and CTO. Prior to Hyperchip, Mr. Mamakos spent eight years at UUNET Technologies as a Distinguished Technical Member holding various engineering and architecture positions. Mr. Mamakos was instrumental to UUNET’s growth and technical vision, having guided UUNET’s technology strategy since its inception as an Internet backbone provider in 1993. A career technologist and early Internet pioneer, Mr. Mamakos wrote his first IP stack for a UNIVAC mainframe in 1981 and was the first chairman of the DNS working group within the IETF.


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 Cisco, NetGear Deal To Boost Vonage's Reach

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Cisco, NetGear Deals Boost Vonage's Reach

August 25, 2004

By Staff

Vonage Holdings Corp., which claims to own half of the US residential voice over IP services market, is ramping up its retail channel with OEM and distribution deals with Cisco Systems Inc. and NetGear Inc., announced yesterday.

CFO John Rego told ComputerWire the firm is rolling out a "multiple CPE [customer premises equipment] manufacturer strategy". The company once used Cisco, switched to Motorola last year, and now has added NetGear and Cisco-owned Linksys.

 Posted by Vonage on Wednesday, August 04 @ 00:00:00 EDT
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Vonage Awash In Venture Capital

August 25, 2004

By Colin C. Haley

VoIP (define) upstart Vonage has quickly amassed another $105 million from venture capitalists and is looking to Latin America and Asia to accelerate an already torrid growth rate.

For most of its existence, Vonage founder Jeff Citron, a serial entrepreneur who previously ran online brokerage Datek, has bankrolled the company. But investors have taken notice, pumping $200 million into Vonage's coffers in four rounds. And New Enterprise Associates re-upped its commitment to Vonage, contributing another $40 million.

 Posted by Vonage on Wednesday, August 04 @ 00:00:00 EDT
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 Vonage Deals With Linksys, Netgear and Staples

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August 25, 2004

By Vince Vittore

Any doubt that the demarcation point sitting on the side of most residential customers' homes is anything more than an arbitrary line should be wiped away with Vonage's announcement that it has struck up partnerships with two vendors and one retail giant.

The deals Vonage has consummated with Linksys, Netgear and Staples are another baby step forward in the long-term seismic shift occurring in the voice/broadband business. While the two vendor relationships give users another couple of choices for premises equipment, the ability to buy service through Staples stores alters the traditional service delivery route.

 Posted by Vonage on Wednesday, August 04 @ 00:00:00 EDT
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 Vonage raised $105 million

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August 25, 2004

By Staff

Broadband phone services provider Vonage today announced that it has raised $105 million in Series D funding. A company spokeswoman says that the entire deal was called down in one fell swoop, without some of the time or performance milestones that often come attached with $100 million-plus funding rounds. As such, this is the largest deal to date for a U.S.-based company in 2004, according to the data collection metrics of Thomson Venture Economics, PricewaterhouseCoopers and the National Venture Capital Association (which, combined, produce the MoneyTree Survey). MoneyTree only counts capital called down, as opposed to also including capital committed, but not yet called down. The reason for this policy is to protect disbursement veracity from situations where a company secures $200 million in commitments, but then goes bankrupt with just $50 million in the bank. Anyway, Vonage is your current MoneyTree leader.

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