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Had a call from a
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rio
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You can recollect
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The devices are
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Hi these are most
commonly used SIP
PBX interops and
their
configuration
guides,
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Has anyone setup a
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 Vonage Chooses Azimuth for Wi-Fi Handset Tests

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September 19, 2005

By Staff

Azimuth Systems has announced that Vonage Network, a subsidiary of Vonage Holdings Corp, is employing Azimuth’s W-Series 802.11 test platform. The W-Series will be used to validate Vonage’s Wi-Fi solution for the soon-to-be-released Wi-Fi handset for the residential and SOHO markets.

Earlier this year, Vonage announced its plans to roll out a Wi-Fi handset to augment its broadband VoIP services, offering its customers mobility across 802.11 networks. “As the leading provider of full-featured, affordable, broadband phone services across North America, we must be able to certify and validate that our VoIP solution, as well as the equipment we are deploying, meets our standards for availability and quality-of-voice service,” said Louis Mamakos, CTO of Vonage Holdings Corp. “Azimuth’s unmatched testing capabilities--particularly in the areas of Wi-Fi performance, multi-vendor interoperability, and industry standards conformance--help us support that our customers receive a high level of satisfaction from Vonage’s Wi-Fi phone.”


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 Vonage Taps Level 3 For Key E911 Services

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September 19, 2005

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With the clock quickly ticking down, Level 3 Communications today signed voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) agreements covering enhanced 911 services with Vonage and TeleCommunication Systems (TCS) – with Vonage as a customer and TCS as a supplier. At the same time, Level 3 launched a new “E-911 Direct” offering it says supports both fixed location and nomadic capabilities that are Federal Communications Commission-compliant E911 solutions for interconnected VoIP providers.

The Level 3 deals with Vonage and TCS ostensibly are intrinsic to an earlier arrangement (TelecomWeb news break, July 26) in which Vonage contracted with TCS – whose specialty has been E911 services for the wireless industry – to run an E911 "fallback center" for 911 calls from VoIP customers who can't be automatically routed to correct official public service answering points (PSAP) that handle emergency calls. Level 3 claims network connections to PSAPs serving approximately 67 percent of all U.S. households, with a projected buildout to 70 percent by year’s end.


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 Level 3 Signs Deals With Vonage

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September 19, 2005

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Vonage Network, a subsidiary of Vonage Holdings, today said it has selected Level 3 Communications (LVLT) to enable critical components of Vonage's nomadic E-911 service. Terms were not disclosed.


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 After Katrina

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September 19, 2005

By Dave Burstein

Redundancy creates reliability. Only a Vonage VOIP line connected the Mayor of New Orleans and the U.S. President when BellSouth went down. The cheapest and hence easiest new network to add is wireless. This should start ASAP, whether it’s a municipal build, a public-private partnership, an out of territory Bell, or Clear Wire as provider. Include a few batteries, of course, but make it happen. Finance it out of the public safety budget, or even better, out of the E-Rate.


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 Vonage Picks Level 3 For 911 Help

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September 19, 2005

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Vonage, the nation's largest provider of Internet-based phone services, has picked a subsidiary of Broomfield-based Level 3 Communications Inc. to help provide 911 services using Level 3's E-911 Direct service, the companies said this morning.


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 New Lines of Communication

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September 16, 2005

By Jonathan Krim

As crews rush to restore basic telephone and Internet services to areas ravaged by Hurricane Katrina, some executives, academics and analysts are urging a more ambitious approach: Make New Orleans and the surrounding areas super-connected communities, with advanced services that surpass what is available anywhere in the country, if not the world.

With many poles and wires reduced to sticks and spaghetti, cell towers down, miles of streets still flooded, and parts of the region uninhabitable for the near future, these experts see the perfect opportunity to deploy new systems that otherwise might be too expensive or disruptive to build.

The result, they say, could be a bonanza of higher technology at lower prices for businesses and consumers, more robust emergency-responder systems and an ability to provide high-speed Internet access to poorer segments of the population often left off of the information highway.


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 Internet Calling's Role in Katrina Aftermath Understated

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September 16, 2005

By David W. Gardner

VoIP enthusiasts say that Internet telephony played a wider role than may be generally appreciated in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

VoIP delivered some important communications service after traditional landline and cell phone service collapsed, they insist, while complaining that VoIP providers should have been represented at Thursday’s FCC meeting at BellSouth facilities in Atlanta.

“Text messaging, e-mail, Web-obtained information, video blogs and other streaming media and other IP-based applications were instrumental in keeping people connected and informed in the wake of Hurricane Katrina,” Jeff Pulver, a VoIP expert and creator of the Voice Over Net conferences, said in an e-mail.


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 Katrina: Community Tech Response

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September 16, 2005

By Staff

Community groups on the ground in areas hit by Katrina provide needed tech.

I have been coordinating remotely with a few groups on the ground who are working to connect people affected by Katrina to the Internet and to the phone system. Here's a report from afar.

There are a number of groups working together to provide Internet and VoIP telephone connectivity to people affected by Katrina.

CU Wireless, a project of the Urbana-Champaign Independent Media Center, has been helping coordinate project donations and has a mailing list.


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 Sudden Impact

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September 15, 2005

By Elizabeth Merrill

The biggest change is the shoes. Sneakers, in social settings, are now a fashion faux pas for Derrick Johnson. He’s kicking in a pair of black shiny numbers at Circuit City, signing autographs, eyeballing a half-eaten pizza on the counter. He’s talking about the strangest autograph request since he’s come to Kansas City. A girl asked him to sign her Chihuahua.

“That was crazy,” Johnson says.

Johnson is in his sixth hour of PR trips and radio shows, and a guy plunks down at least eight hats. Johnson signs them all.

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 Vonage Selects Force10 Networks to Expand Nationwide Broadband Phone Network

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September 13, 2005

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Force10 Networks has announced that Vonage Networks, a subsidiary of Vonage Holdings Corporation and a provider of broadband telephone services to residential customers in the US, is deploying the TeraScale E-Series switch/routers to increase the capacity of its nationwide network and build in the scalability to support an increase in VoIP calls over the next several years. Leveraging the architecture of the Force10 TeraScale E-Series, Vonage is upgrading its network with a combination of high density Gigabit Ethernet and 10Gbit/s Ethernet to accommodate increasing traffic demands.

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