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 911 Issues Cloud VoIP's Future

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911 Issues Cloud VoIP's Future

March 23, 2004

By Staff

While there are many technical challenges that voice over IP (VoIP) providers face when considering how to bring 911 emergency services to their networks, an even greater challenge could be getting the funding necessary to
implement a viable solution.

At a March 18 "Solutions Summit" roundtable discussion on expanding 911 access to VoIP users hosted by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Nancy Pollock, executive director of the Minneapolis-St. Paul Metropolitan 911 Board and a representative of the Association of Public Safety Communications Officials (APCO), said funding to upgrade public safety access points (PSAPs) will be the "biggest hold up."

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 FCC's Powell Calls For 'Light Touch' On Voice Over IP

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FCC's Powell Calls For 'Light Touch' On Voice Over IP

March 22, 2004

By Ellen Sheng

ATLANTA (Dow Jones)--Michael Powell, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, called for a "light regulatory touch" on voice over Internet protocol, or VOIP, technology.

"I think the government will take a hands-off approach to it," he said, speaking to a crowd of several thousand wireless industry professionals at the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association's annual meeting.

The FCC in December kicked off a year-long public dialogue on VOIP, giving the public an opportunity to air their opinions about appropriate regulations for the emerging technology. VOIP, which transmits voice over the Internet, has thus far avoided regulations and taxes which generally apply to telecommunications companies.

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 Retailers Testing Voice-Over IP Waters

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Retailers Testing Voice-Over IP Waters

March 22, 2004

By Greg Scoblete

NEW YORK-- Circuit City's announcement that it would sell Vonage's self-installed VoIP kit marks the first national rollout of a VoIP product at retail, but it probably won't be the last.

Voice-over Internet Protocol telephony (VoIP) accounts for only a fraction of the residential telecommunications market, but it has been steadily gaining subscribers, thanks in large part to efforts by Vonage and such cable MSOs as Comcast, Cablevision and Time Warner. The MSOs have deployed large VoIP tests in several markets.

Major retailers are currently test marketing VoIP products in partnership with pure-play VoIP service providers and anticipate partnering with cable MSOs in the future.

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 Circuit City To Market Vonage

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March 22, 2004

By Charlotte Wolter

Circuit City Stores Inc., a large national electronics retailer in the United States, will sell Vonage services in all of its 600 stores and online at www.circuitcity.com.

High-speed Internet customers can sign up for Vonage service and purchase a Vonage starter kit from Circuit City for about $100. Circuit City will offer Vonage customers two months of free service and free activation when customers purchase a starter kit and sign up for service.

Vonage rate plans range from $14.99 for residential customers to $49.99 for small businesses, and include caller ID, call waiting, voice mail, call forwarding and emergency calling.

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 Industry Fears Wiretap Plan Could Chill Innovation

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Industry Fears Wiretap Plan Could Chill Innovation

March 19, 2004

By Matthew Fordahl

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Before 8x8 Inc. launched an Internet phone service in late 2002, it drafted a business plan, set up its equipment, posted a Web site and began taking orders from customers. As with most online ventures, U.S. government approval wasn't needed.

That would change if the Department of Justice succeeds at persuading federal regulators to require new online communications services - such as Internet calling - to comply with wiretapping laws.

Critics, including some online businesses that are working with authorities to make their services wiretap-capable, say the DOJ proposal isn't just unprecedented and overzealous but also dangerously impractical.

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 Voice Over IP Security

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Voice Over IP Security

March 18, 2004

By Matthew Tanase

Introduction

As information technology professionals, we are constantly bombarded with new products and ideas claiming to be revolutionary. And for a brief amount of time, a few of these technologies seem to grab all the headlines, in trade magazines, on tech sites and at industry conferences. The technology darling of late is VoIP. Short for Voice over IP, you've likely come across it, probably considered it and possibly deployed it. The hype, deservedly so, is reaching a crescendo as excess bandwidth, improved software and better hardware drive this technology forward. For the right situations, it's a truly wonderful solution. Lower phone bills, virtual offices, centralized management and rapid deployment are just a few of the benefits. And the success of companies such as Vonage and Skype, combined with the growth of wireless networks will move this technology from enterprises to smaller businesses and the SOHO market. Unfortunately, new technologies bring new security concerns. Suddenly, you have the burden of protecting two infrastructures - voice and data. This article will introduce voice over IP concepts and the new security concerns they raise.


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 VoIP Players To Tackle 911

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VoIP Players To Tackle 911

March 18, 2004

By Roy Mark

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will continue its exploration of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) issues Thursday when it hosts a public conference focusing on 911 access for Internet telephony users.

Regulators are concerned emergency responders will be unable to properly locate VoIP callers, largely because Internet Protocol-based, packet-switched calls are incompatible with circuit-switched telephone technology.

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 More Spy Powers For The FBI?

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More Spy Powers For The FBI? Bad Move
Now The Feds Are Demanding That The FCC Grant Full Access To Tap All Sorts Of Net Communications. It Simply Isn't Necessary


March 18, 2004

By Jane Black

On Mar. 12, the Justice Dept., FBI, and Drug Enforcement Administration delivered an 83-page petition to the Federal Communications Commission demanding dramatic new surveillance powers. If they're approved, the FBI would have the right to require Internet service providers (ISPs), voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) companies, and others that rely on broadband access to the Net to redesign their networks to support standards designed by law enforcement for wiretapping and tracing.

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 Computer Column

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March 17, 2004

By Craig Crossman

When we think about what telephones of the future may be like, images of phones with video screens, digital readouts, lots of buttons and flashing lights are what typically come to mind. And while some of those impressions may be true, most of that stuff really doesn't scratch the surface. All of those things are mostly cosmetic.

The real future of the telephone is not the phone itself, but rather the service that will connect all of them to each other. And the service of the future that will eventually connect all of our telephones is already here. It's the Internet.

Most of our phones today are still connected to each other via the public switched telephone network that has been in place for decades. But as the popularity of the Internet began to take hold, the idea of sending other types of data besides simple text across the information super highway began to evolve.

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 Can You Here Me Now?

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Can You Here Me Now?
Investors Are Making A Hefty Bet On The Future Of Telecommunications


March 17, 2004

By Lawrence Carrel

Shares of WorldQuest Networks rocketed 82% to a nearly four-year high of $6.75 Wednesday after the tiny telecom outfit agreed to merge with Ntera Holdings, a privately held provider of voice over Internet protocol, or VoIP, technology. WorldQuest is in the business of selling phone cards that route calls over VoIP networks like Ntera's.

"People are going crazy over VoIP," says Kate Griffin, senior analyst at the Yankee Group, a Boston research firm. "It's a whole new way to make a phone call. The convergence we've been talking about for 10 years is finally happening."

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