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 The Year In Technology

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The Year In Technology

PR News --December 22, 2004

By Cynthia L. Webb

Will 2004 be remembered as the year the technology sector grew up? There are plenty of reasons to think so.

From Silicon Valley darling Google coming out of its cocoon in the biggest IPO since the tech bust, to the mainstreaming of open-source software and the rise of satellite radio, the year was full of signs that technology companies are not just done licking their wounds -- they're expanding, investing and otherwise preparing to write the next chapter of the New Economy manifesto.

In the past year, broadband outpaced dial-up connections in the U.S. for the first time, hinting yet again that the long-promised digital convergence is just around the corner. Desktop search applications and the major commitment by Yahoo, Microsoft, Amazon.com and a host of start-ups to challenge Google in the search-engine space ensures a heady competitive race that will surely pay off in great new features for consumers and businesses. For hardware manufacturers like Apple, Dell and Hewlett-Packard, the focus these days seems to be less on personal computers and more on a host of tech gadgets that play music, movies, games, or take pictures, record audio and organize your day. And don't forget the ubiquity of WiFi...

Here's my Top 10 list of the technology developments that I think were most notable this year and are likely to remain a significant influence on the sector in 2005:

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 Technology Shares Pull Ahead

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PR News --December 22, 2004

By Vauhini Vara

Internap Network Services climbed 5 cents, or 8.2%, to 66 cents after it was selected to provide Internet Protocol connectivity services to Vonage in New York, New Jersey, Atlanta, Nashville and Dallas.

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 Internap OKs Vonage Deal

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Internap OKs Vonage Deal

PR News --December 22, 2004

By Staff

Vonage, a broadband phone company, has chosen Atlanta-based Internap Network Services to provide routing solutions for Vonage's Voice-over-Internet-Protocol U.S. operation. Under terms of the agreement, Internap will provide IP connectivity services in New York, New Jersey, Atlanta, Nashville and Dallas.

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 Vonage Picks Internap To Boost Offering Of Internet Telephone Services

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Vonage Picks Internap To Boost Offering Of Internet Telephone Services

PR News --December 22, 2004

By Staff

ATLANTA – Vonage, the fast-growing provider of Voice over Internet Protocol telephone services, will use Internap to help support is growing nationwide network, the companies said Tuesday.

Vonage now has more than 350,000 subscribers and is adding more than 25,000 new customers per month. The company offers long-distance calls at flat monthly rates.

High-speed Internet users can purchase Vonage starter kits at a variety of locations. The kit includes hardware from Linksys, which is part of Cisco Systems. Call plans start at $14.99 per month for individuals and $49.99 for businesses.

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 Companies Cast Wide Web To Offer Internet Phoning

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Companies Cast Wide Web To Offer Internet Phoning

PR News --December 22, 2004

By Stephen Pounds

How do you reach soccer moms and NASCAR dads? You sell where they shop.

That's how every new technology has found its way to the American home, and it's the strategy that Vonage Inc. and AT&T Corp. are following to make phone calls over the Internet as ubiquitous as traditional land-line service.

Vonage, the largest player in the so-called Voice-over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, market, began offering its trendy phone technology in major electronics and office supply retail outlets this year.

 Posted by vonage on Wednesday, December 22 @ 23:42:00 UTC
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 CompUSA To Sell Vonage VoIP

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CompUSA To Sell Vonage VoIP

PR News --December 21, 2004

By Staff

CompUSA Inc. will offer voice-over-Internet-protocol service from Vonage Holdings Corp. in its 200 plus nationwide stores and online (www.compusa.com), the companies said Tuesday.

The retailer will offer two Vonage starter kits featuring Cisco Systems Inc. Linksys devices that will allow customers to make calls in the United States and Canada for a flat monthly rate starting at $14.99.

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 Vonage To Offer Internet-Based Telephone Service Through CompUSA

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Vonage To Offer Internet-Based Telephone Service Through CompUSA

PR News --December 21, 2004

By Staff

Broadband phone company Vonage Holdings in Edison struck a deal with CompUSA to offer Vonage telephony service in all of the computer retailer's stores across country and online at CompUSA.com. Users with high-speed Internet connections can buy starter kits using Linksys phone adapter devices for Vonage service through the retailer.

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Hot Stocks

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Internap Network Services Corp (IIP) selected to provide routing solutions for Vonage's growing Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) U.S. operations. Price: $0.66 Net Change: $0.05 % Change: 8.20% Gain Volume: 4.7M Shares

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 Vonage Up The VoIP Ante

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Vonage Up The VoIP Ante

PR News --December 21, 2004

By Staff

In yet more VoIP news, Vonage says CompUSA will start selling Vonage service and hardware at its more than 200 retail locations and over its Web site. According to Vonage, the deal brings the total number of retail outlets where it is marketing itself to about 8,000. Similar marketing deals have been signed with Best Buy, RadioShack, Staples, Office Depot, Amazon.com, Fry's and Circuit City.

 Posted by vonage on Wednesday, December 22 @ 22:40:52 UTC
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 Regulatory Watch

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Regulatory Watch

PR News --December 21, 2004

By John L. Guerra

The FCC ruled in November that VoIP – in the form of Vonage's DigitalVoice service – is exempt from some forms of state regulatory oversight. In a 3-to-2 vote, commissioners proclaimed Vonage's form of IP-to-PSTN communications an interstate service and not under state jurisdiction. The ruling puts VoIP under federal jurisdiction, and the FCC has declared its intent to employ a hands-off attitude toward its regulation of the service.

The FCC ruling, however, does not mean that states will have no regulatory role in the management of IP voice and other packet services. In fact, the ruling means VoIP providers still face a bit of chaos in the running of their businesses.

 Posted by vonage on Wednesday, December 22 @ 22:37:19 UTC
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