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 Two Hot Technology Trends

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Two Hot Technology Trends - Wi-Fi Wireless Internet Access And Voice-Over-Internet Service - Could Come Together Soon With Wi-Fi Phones That Promise Free Or Very Inexpensive Calls

April 4, 2004

By Staff

Two hot technology trends - Wi-Fi wireless Internet access and voice-over-Internet service - could come together soon with Wi-Fi phones that promise free or very inexpensive calls.

Voice-over-Internet carrier Vonage Holdings Corp. is testing Wi-Fi handsets it hopes to sell by fall. The devices would look like cordless phones and would likely be used in homes with Wi-Fi networks.

Rival Net2Phone Corp. is six months into a test of technology aimed at turning Microsoft Corp.'s Pocket PCs into Wi-Fi cellphone replacements.

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 Two Hot Technology Trends

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Two Hot Technology Trends

April 4, 2004

By Staff

NEW YORK — Two hot technology trends — Wi-Fi wireless Internet access and voice-over-Internet service — could come together soon with Wi-Fi phones that promise free or very inexpensive calls. Voice-over-Internet carrier Vonage Holdings Corp. is testing Wi-Fi handsets it hopes to sell by fall. The devices would look like cordless phones and would likely be used in homes with Wi-Fi networks.

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     High-Speed Calling: Internet-Based Phone Service Goes Mainstream

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    High-Speed Calling: Internet-Based Phone Service Goes Mainstream

    April 4, 2004

    By Eve Mitchell

    Noel Frank Likes to talk to his friends and family both in the U.S. and Canada. Now, the Oakland resident has found a way to talk to them as much as he wants without racking up a big long-distance bill.

    Frank is one of the growing number of consumers making inexpensive voice calls via his high-speed Internet connection and a regular phone instead of the traditional phone network that has been around since the telephone was invented more than 125 years ago.

    "I have family spread out around the U.S. and Canada. That was one of the reasons. And the other reason I'm doing it is for entrepreneurial activity. Some time the business I'm working on may end up on the East Coast," said Frank.

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     First It Was Free Calls Over The Net, Now It Could Be Wireless Too

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    First It Was Free Calls Over The Net, Now It Could Be Wireless Too

    April 2, 2004

    By Staff

    (NEW YORK) - Two hot technology trends -- Wi-Fi wireless Internet access and voice-over-Internet service -- could come together soon with Wi-Fi phones that promise free or very inexpensive calls.

    Voice-over-Internet carrier Vonage Holdings Corp. is testing Wi-Fi handsets it hopes to sell by fall. The devices would look like cordless phones and would likely be used in homes with Wi-Fi networks.

    Rival Net2Phone Corp. is six months into a test of technology aimed at turning Microsoft Corp.'s Pocket PCs into Wi-Fi cell phone replacements.

     Posted by Vonage on Thursday, April 01 @ 23:00:00 EST
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     That's What's Up!

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    That's What's Up!
    There's So Much Wrong With The World. Here's What's Right


    April 1, 2004

    By Staff

    Telephony Now

    You got a celly and a two-way, plus broadband at work and in your living room. You barely use your home phone, and wish you could dead it. With the Vonage voiceover broadband service, you can. Connect the black box to your existing broadband line and to your phone, and for as little as $14.99 per month, you have a home phone with caller ID, call-waiting and voicemail (you can even check messages over email). The kicker is, it's portable: Anywhere in the world you can connect to broadband, people can reach you--at you "home" number. vonage.com, BeoCom 1 phone by Bang& Olufsen, $595, bang-olufsen.com.

     

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     Voice Over IP

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    Voice Over IP
    Everything A Road Warrior Needs To Know About This New Technology


    April 1, 2004

    By James A. Martin

    Voice Over IP for Mobile Professionals

    When said out loud, "VoIP" sounds like something that should be quickly followed by, "Excuse me; it must be that burrito I ate for lunch."

    But get used to it, because in the coming months, with AT&T and other companies entering the nascent market, you'll be hearing more about VoIP--short for Voice over Internet Protocol. And I'd advise you to listen, because the lower costs and portability of phone features that VoIP offers makes the technology a potentially compelling new telecommunications alternative for mobile professionals.

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     Microsoft Scores In VoIP Arena

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    Microsoft Scores In VoIP Arena

    April 1, 2004

    By Staff

    Microsoft is trying to marry its newly-unveiled Windows CE 5.0 platform for embedded devices to the voice-over-IP (VoIP) arena and several vendors have answered with, "I do."

    The new platform for embedded devices, which will be ready for original equipment manufacturers later this year, has significantly more complete VoIP capabilities. Vendors such as NEC and LG Electronics said this week they will manufacture phones based on the platform.

    In addition, VoIP vendor Vonage said it would offer its customers softphone software based on Windows CE. Softphone software enables devices such as handhelds to operate as VoIP phones.

     Posted by Vonage on Wednesday, March 31 @ 23:00:00 EST
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     Grappling With VoIP

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    Grappling With VoIP
    Rise Of Internet Services Causes Stir Among Phone Companies, Regulators


    April 1, 2004

    By Kevin Rademacher

    Las Vegas businessman Maurice Gallagher watched with interest recently as telephone companies struggled to extract meaning from a U.S. Appeals Court ruling.

    The order, which is subject to a U.S. Supreme Court appeal, could limit competitors' access to the telephone networks created by former monopoly providers. Those dominant providers hailed the ruling as a return to fair play.

    Competitors, and some consumer groups, said it could put an end to competition and spark higher phone rates.

     Posted by Vonage on Wednesday, March 31 @ 23:00:00 EST
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     The Real Transport Convergence

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    The Real Transport Convergence

    April 1, 2004

    By Loring Wirbel

    Forget all that talk about "triple play" voice, data, and video access in consumer markets, or integrated IP transport in enterprise aggregators.

    The real move to unify all communications traffic can be seen in discrete and disparate events occurring in the first quarter of 2004, such as Juniper Networks' (www.juniper.net ) unprecedented $4 billion offer for enterprise security specialist NetScreen, and the widespread popularity of IP-based voice carrier Vonage.

    Most analyses of the Juniper offer look at the router company's efforts to bid into security. A few pundits spoke of Juniper's belated efforts to get its name as well-established in enterprise networks as it is within the carrier customer base. But the real story is the unified position that routed IP is playing in all communications realms, and what that says about the size and diversity of the network equipment vendors that will have platforms offering a unified standard from LAN to global WAN.

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     Engineer Likes To Play On Land, Sky And Sea

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    Engineer Likes To Play On Land, Sky And Sea

    April 1, 2004

    By Josh Long

    In Rio de Janeiro, it is not uncommon to see a paraglider soaring above the city.

    Dan Rodrigues grew up in Brazil, but it was not until he attended college in New Jersey, that he began paragliding by himself. Two years later, he became an instructor.

    Asked what paragliding feels like, 33-year-old Rodrigues says it is hard to explain.

    "If you don't do it, you'd never know it," he says. "It's like you gained an extra sense when you learn to fly" -- like walking.

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