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 Telecom Equipment Market Growing

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Analyst: Telecom Equipment Market Growing

October 12, 2004

By Zev Stub

Israeli telecommunications equipment providers have turned the corner into recovery mode, with exciting opportunities for growth in 2005 and 2006," CE Unterberg, Towbin senior equity analyst Richard Church told The Jerusalem Post on Tuesday, following a whirlwind tour of 13 local telecom equipment firms.
"Church noted that the trip was part of a general effort by the investment bank to increase its focus on the Israeli market since opening up an office in Tel Aviv in May.

The new office, headed by Mark Green, has "significantly ramped up" Unterberg's status here, giving it the same level of importance as major players. The firm, which has been involved in Israel for many years, has already managed six public offerings this year, for Pharmos, VocalTec, M-Systems, Retalix, Tower Semiconductors, and Optibase.0D

Church declined to comment on individual companies, but said the market for Voice over IP (VoIP) technology presents one of the greatest market opportunities in the coming years. The convergence of voice and data over a single network poses the most significant opportunities in the realms of broadband and wireless.

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 Mexico: VoIP Becoming A Hot Market

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Mexico Industry: Internet Telephony Becoming A Hot Market

October 11, 2004

By Staff

As Internet telephony begins to revolutionise the Mexican telecommunications sector, it is uncertain which firms will benefit, and how. Domestic cable-TV companies are eager to exploit their broadband capabilities by offering voice, video and data services, but want to do so alone, not in mandatory alliance with local telecommunications companies, as the government has proposed.

Meanwhile, such savvy foreign Internet entrepreneurs as US-based Vonage and Dialpad Communications are already exploiting pent-up demand for flexible and low-cost Internet telephony services.

Commonly known as Voice over Internet (VoIP) telephony, the technology offers significant savings to consumers. VoIP telephone calls, made via the Internet, cost a mere 2-4 cents per minute to the US or Europe, compared with average rates of 50 cents per minute via a traditional telephone line. Nor do the benefits stop there: VoIP is continuing the erase price distinctions between domestic local and long-distance calls.

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 Top VoIP Companies

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The Fierce 15 Top VoIP Companies of 2004

October 12, 2004

By John Edwards

Why It's Fierce: There are many VoIP service providers -- the number grows almost daily -- but Vonage is the fierce startup that is best positioned to fight the traditional telephone companies and cable operators. Vonage claims it controls about 50 percent the consumer and small business VoIP markets. That's not surprising, given the company's name recognition and the marketing alliances it has formed with retailers, including Staples, Office Depot, RadioShack, Circuit City, and others. Vonage is expanding its presence in the US, UK, and Canada while planning service in Asia and Latin America. The company currently has 240,000 lines in service and is adding about 25,000 new lines per month. To solidify its base, Vonage is moving rapidly into wireless networking by forming partnerships with hardware vendors Linksys and Netgear. Vonage is also well positioned financially to take on any comers: investors have pumped over $200 million into the company's coffers in four rounds.

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 VoIP Price War Is In Full Swing

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Fight Club

October 11, 2004

By Staff

Now that a price war is in full swing, rival VoIP providers Vonage and AT&T are trying to lure customers by offering more features. Videoconferencing is being developed for AT&T's "CallVantage," while Vonage is planning to use
MP3 playback technology for voice mail. Last month, both cut the monthly rate for unlimited calling plans by $5.

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The 6:00 Tech News

October 7, 2004

By David Pogue

Good evening, and welcome to the 6:00 Tech News. Our top story tonight:

If you've enjoyed the ability to check your free Hotmail account from within a Microsoft e-mail program (like Outlook Express, Outlook or Entourage), better get out your credit card. In the coming weeks, Microsoft will gradually shut down that feature. The reason: Microsoft says that spammers have begun exploiting the underlying technology of this feature; something called the WebDAV protocol, to blast out their commercial messages.

Once again, you, the consumer, pay the price. From now on, if you want to check your free e-mail account, you'll have to go to the Hotmail Web site to do it -- or pay Microsoft $20 a year (the cost of an upgrade to Hotmail Extra Storage) to maintain the feature that used to be free.

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 Can Your VoIP Service Do This?

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Yes, But Can Your VoIP Service Do This?

October 7, 2004

By Ben Charny

SAN FRANCISCO--The next battle between top Internet phone service providers Vonage and AT&T will involve features like voice mail, according to key executives at both companies.

"We have a saying: If it ain't broke, add more features," Hossein Eslambolchi, chief technology officer at AT&T, said at the Web 2.0 Conference here.

Although Vonage and AT&T are still locked in a price war, the two companies are separately planning new features to try to stay a step ahead of each other. Videoconferencing is "a big focus now" for AT&T's CallVantage Net telephony service, Eslambolchi said. Meanwhile, Vonage is planning to use MP3 playback technology for voice mail soon, according to company CEO Jeffrey Citron.


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 Computer As Telephone

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Computer Doubles As Telephone

October 8, 2004

By Clark Howard

If you're already paying for high-speed Internet service, why not make the most of your money?

Those cables aren't just good for downloading sports scores, they can digitally transmit and receive phone calls, too. Once you sign up with a VoIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) provider, your long-distance phone bills may go the way of the rotary phone. Using a high-speed connection, a telephone and a router that links them to your PC, you can make calls while avoiding the tolls associated with typical jack service. Plus, installation is easy - even a ding-a-ling can get the hookup.

At present, the three major players on the scene are Vonage, Packet 8 and Voiceglo. Plans range from $15 to $35 a month, with prices varying according to the type of service (local, long-distance or international).


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 Vonage UK Scheduled For December

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UK Phone-Based VoIP Scheduled For December
Vonage Service Requires Only A Normal Phone And Broadband Connection


October 7, 2004

By Tom Sanders

US start-up Vonage is planning to launch its VoIP telephone service for consumers in the UK in December.

Using a normal telephone, Vonage requires an existing broadband internet connection and allows users to make calls as they would do usually. Vonage users will also be assigned a regular telephone number.

The special phone adapter needed to make the system work will be provided free of charge, said Louis Holder, business development manager at Vonage.

 Posted by Vonage on Friday, October 08 @ 00:00:00 UTC
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 FCC Urged To Adopt Federal Jurisdiction Over VoIP

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A Bipartisan Majority Of House Commerce Committee Members Signed A Letter To FCC Chmn. Powell Urging The Commission To Adopt Federal Jurisdiction Over VoIP As Part Of The Vonage Proceeding

October 6, 2004

By Wireline

A bipartisan majority of House Commerce Committee members signed a letter to FCC Chmn. Powell urging the Commission to adopt federal jurisdiction over VoIP as part of the Vonage proceeding. Pushed by House Commerce Committee Vice Chmn. Pickering (R-Miss.), the letter focused on VoIP jurisdictional issues while remaining neutral on other issues such as intercarrier compensation, universal service and public safety. Pickering sponsored comprehensive VoIP legislation that won't see a markup this session. However, the letter said: "We believe that such an important, but narrow, finding cannot wait for a more comprehensive VoIP bill to work its way through the legislative process."

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 Lawmakers: Regulate VoIP

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Lawmakers Urge FCC To Regulate VoIP

October 6, 2004

By Roy Mark

U.S. Rep. Chip Pickering (R-MS) and 61 other members of Congress urged the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Tuesday to "immediately declare" that the FCC has sole jurisdiction to regulate Voice over IP (define) services.

In a letter to FCC Chairman Michael Powell, the lawmakers said VoIP services are inherently interstate in nature and should not be subject to a patchwork of state rules and regulations.

"VoIP is the next forward step in voice communications," Pickering said in a statement. "As this efficient technology grows, consumers will benefit from advanced services and reduced costs. Clearly, VoIP is interstate in nature and thus subject to FCC jurisdiction. This letter asks the FCC to expedite their ruling on the subject and provide jurisdictional and regulatory clarity."

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