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 Forbes Magazine Vonage Review

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Out, Damned Telco!

July 7, 2003

By Steve Manes

Just for the sake of argument, pretend your local phone company still behaves like an arrogant, rude monopoly. I know it's a stretch, but imagine your long-distance provider socks you for mysterious monthly fees and exorbitant international rates. Now envision your shiver of vengeful delight at a decisive snip of the cords.

This is no fantasy. If you have a high-speed Net connection like cable or DSL, you can jack your existing phone into it and make that snip right now. The main difference you'll notice is a lower bill. For a $30 one-time fee plus $40 a month, an Edison, N.J. company called Vonage will route your calls via the Net.

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 Vonage - What's Next: Power Surge

Vonage In Print NewsBy Robert X. Cringely

When it comes to building a broadband Internet business, it is very hard to compete with the phone and cable companies. Their advantage is location, location, location, which is to say they're right inside your house. Both companies have comprehensive local networks that were largely built and paid for before most of us had even heard of the Internet. It has been almost impossible, then, for any start-up broadband ISP to compete. But that may be about to change, thanks to that other network in your walls -- the one belonging to the electric company. Power-line Internet is coming.

Two power-line Internet companies -- Current Technologies LLC of Germantown, Md., and Amperion Inc. of Andover, Mass. -- have started trials with electric utilities. Their technologies vary slightly, but what they basically do is run an Internet signal over the so-called medium-voltage wiring that's strung on the pole behind your house. Medium voltage to the power company generally means anything up to 10,000 volts. The power line is used as a network backbone -- it can carry data traffic for something under a mile ( or further if a repeater is installed in the line ) before it has to be converted to some other medium like optical fiber or coaxial cable. So while the fingers and toes of the network are carrying the current that powers your electric blanket, the arms and legs of the network look like any other ISP.


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 Cable Should be Proud to be a Pipe

Vonage In Print NewsIf you ever sense that a meeting with MSO executives is sliding into the doldrums, spice up the conversation by asking them what they think about becoming a "dumb pipe" in the high-speed data business. In a matter of milliseconds, you will be on the receiving end of a heated diatribe about cable's intelligent network advantage, integrating content and applications, blah blah blah.

Nearly seven years after the first large-scale commercial cable modem deployments, this remains a visceral cable industry issue. Why? Because in the depths of their psyches, some MSOs cannot conceive of not controlling every last penny of service or application value that is generated from the cable modem connection they install in the home. It is a legacy monopolist mindset that manifests in a mythical quest for complete vertical integration. That is, owning both the conduit and the content. However, this Holy Grail has always proved in competitive markets to be nothing more than, excuse the pun, a pipe dream.


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 Small MSOs Make Initial Moves Into VoIP Service

Vonage In Print NewsBy Alan Breznick

In a turning point for the cable IP telephony business, three small-to-midsized cable operators have signed carriage deals with turnkey voice-over-Internet-Protocol (VoIP) providers. The deals follow commitments by two major MSOs--Time Warner Cable and Cablevision Systems--to move forward with pilot commercial rollouts this summer.

Advanced Cable Communications, Armstrong Cable and Adams Cable Service all announced VoIP agreements at the NCTA show in Chicago last month. Advanced and Armstrong both inked pacts with Vonage Holdings while Adams signed a deal with Gemini Voice Solutions. The three MSO agreements together cover more than 300,000 cable subscribers in smaller and rural markets in New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, West Virginia, Kentucky and Florida.


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 But IP Telephony will Deliver

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Call Waiting? The Computer Phone is Still a Thing of the Future, but IP Telephony will Deliver Better Ways to Beam up to Your Enterprise Today

It was a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away. The Empire hadn't yet struck back, William Shatner still looked good in polyester, and most PCs ran something called CP/M.

The PC had scarcely been invented before people tried to fix it up with the telephone. One company, Convergent Technologies, hung telephones on desktop computers wired to a PBX-cum-LAN. But it turned out that computer/phone relationships require more than just a software handshake and a hardware redesign. The biggest hurdle, says telephony analyst Jeff Pulver of Pulver.com, an online community for the IP industry, has been the reluctance of Bell monopolies to make room on the public-switched telephone network (PSTN) for competitors.


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 The Challenge from VoIP in the Residential Phone Market

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Voice Over Broadband

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  • This comment summarizes our in-depth Voice Over Broadband report, published concurrently.
  • In this report, we argue that North America's residential telephone market faces potentially dramatic changes from VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) technology. After several years in gestation (and a long tech/telecom spending hiatus), VoIP is starting to be deployed commercially by cable companies and "virtual" service providers such as Vonage. VoIP capabilities are also being built into an increasing range of hardware and software - including instant messaging software (and most recently, into Microsoft's Windows CE)..

     

     

     

     

     

     

     


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     Pick an Area Code, Any Area Code…

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    July, 2003

    For Manhattanites, a home phone number with a 212 area code is a highly coveted prize. Remember how desperately Elaine tried to get one in that episode of Seinfeld? Now you can have one, too. Vonage, a voice-over-IP phone service, sells 212 and other US numbers that work anywhere there's a broadband connection. Vonage's portable adapter plugs into a DSL router or cable modem to convert your analog calls into digital signals. The $26-a-month service is perfect for letting everyone think you're picking up in Midtown when you're really in Maui.

     Posted by Vonage on Wednesday, June 25 @ 03:46:52 UTC
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     The Age of Telecom Alliances?

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    By Tom Nolle

    Although the FCC passed its February 20th, 2003 order regarding Unbundled Network Elements (UNEs) some time ago, a swirl of controversy still exists. The order, which alters existing rules regarding UNEs, wasn't a victory for the Interexchange Carriers (IXCs), but nor was it a death blow, either. So what will happen now with the IXCs and the U.S. telecom market may depend on a new development-the formation of alliances.


     Posted by Vonage on Wednesday, June 25 @ 03:44:46 UTC
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     Out, Damned Telco!

    Vonage In Print News
    June 20, 2003

    Just for the sake of argument, pretend your local phone company still behaves like an arrogant, rude monopoly. I know it's a stretch, but imagine your long-distance provider socks you for mysterious monthly fees and exorbitant international rates. Now envision your shiver of vengeful delight at a decisive snip of the cords.

    This is no fantasy. If you have a high-speed Net connection like cable or DSL, you can jack your existing phone into it and make that snip right now. The main difference you'll notice is a lower bill. For a $30 one-time fee plus $40 a month, an Edison, N.J. company called Vonage will route your calls via the Net.


     Posted by Vonage on Saturday, June 21 @ 19:51:49 UTC
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     Calling On the Internet

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    June 19, 2003

    The buzz is back for Internet phones. Every few years it seems pundits start another round of cheering for Internet telephony, which always seems to be on the verge of slashing the costs of yakking to anyone anywhere.

    I don't know about you, but between my cellular, long-distance and local service, I am paying more today for phone service than I did before Internet telephony started its big tease seven years ago. Maybe those bills are why I remain interested in Internet calling, despite the fact that my early trials of Net2Phone and Dialpad made my voice sound as if I was locked in the trunk of a Volkswagen.


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