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Bush to Nominate Robert McDowell to FCC

President George W. Bush is expected to nominate telecommunications lawyer Robert McDowell to fill the third Republican seat on the five-member Federal Communications Commission according to a story from Reuters. This news is crucial to the future of telecommunications because...

VoIP and Making Money

Here is the latest article on making money in VoIP and how to partner/resell the products and services needed to make you wealthy in the IP communications business. John McDonald will be on my panel next week at Internet Telephony...

Tom Ridge to Speak at ITEXPO

I am looking forward to hearing Tom Ridge’s comments at the upcoming Internet Telephony Conference & Expo this month in Ft. Lauderdale Florida (January 24–27). Secretary Ridge will present his thoughts on a number of issues ranging from security to...

The E-911 Opportunity

Reprinted from the January 2006 issue of Internet Telephony Magazine.In our company’s insider parlance, an opportunity is often a euphemism for a “problem.” This makes for some interesting turns of phrase when things go wrong and my colleagues approach me...

VoIP Predictions 2006

Reprinted from the January 2006 issue of Internet Telephony Magazine.Here are some predictions for the future of VoIP:Two Tiered InternetThe FCC will continue to make life difficult for VoIP providers. In addition they will side with the LECs on a...

Two-Tiered Internet

The LECs are very smart and have mastered the art and politics of getting what they want in Washington. They first cajoled the FCC and then the government to neuter the Telecom Act of 1996. By doing this they basically...

VoIP and the Universal Service Fund

There has been a good deal of buzz on the net regarding Kevin Martin's comments on forcing the VoIP industry to contribute to the Universal Service Fund (USF). There are many things that concern me with these comments. The USF...

FCC Compliance

Here is a pretty good article on FCC VoIP E911 compliance in InformationWeek....

SER For Sale

Rumor has it SER is for sale and has $50 million in sales for the year. The sale makes good sense as a good part of the company’s inbound strategy was dependant on Aspect and now Aspect is owned by...

FCC to Cable: Offer Individual Channels

The big FCC news today is a Wall Street Journal story reporting that the commission will soon suggest that cable companies offer their channels individually. A recent FCC report says that consumers could save money if they have the ability...

Cable vs. Phone

Now that cable and TV companies are beginning to compete with one another it is interesting to see how the battle is becoming perhaps 80% regulatory. The other 20% is competition based on price and features. At least that is...

Nuvio Denied By Federal Court

The U S Court of Appeals, DC Circuit today denied Nuvio's Emergency Motion for a Partial Stay of the E911 Order for VoIP Service Providers. According to Jason Talley, president and CEO of Nuvio, "While I'm greatly disappointed in today's...

FCC VoIP E911 Public Note

I received this today and thought it might be helpful. (Please consult your lawyers on any matter pertaining to this blog entry and do not take this as legal advice. I am passing on an e-mail I received that was...
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