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Entertainment Wars

Movie review site Fandango was snapped up today by cable company Comcast with the ultimate goal for Comcast being increased web traffic and support for a new site Fancast.com devoted to allowing consumers to watch on demand content on a...

Nice Systems

In the wake of the negative VoIP investing news due to the recent Verizon/Vonage court battle, it is great to see BusinessWeek highlighting Nice Systems as a positive investment opportunity precisely because of the migration to VoIP. In addition it...

VoIP Patent Mess

Daniel Berninger at GigaOM has a good summary of the VoIP patent mess worth reading. Dan thinks the Verizon patents are overly broad and goes on to explain more about the future of patents. Unfortunately he also points out that...

SpinVox

When I first came across a company called SpinVox I thought it had a niche product not really aligned with my core readership. The first product the company introduced to me was SpinmyBlog which is something I could definitely use...

Verizon, Vonage and Patents

Apparently the IP communications market never stops working as a number of people have sent me links to my quotes from various newspapers and websites this weekend. So far I have blogged about being quoted in the Chicago Tribune, San...

Quoted in St. Louis Post-Dispatch

I was quoted in today’s edition of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch regarding the Verizon Vs. Vonage case. As you can likely tell I had a busy day yesterday and I received quite a few calls from reporters regarding this issue....

Quoted in Los Angeles Times

I was quoted in today’s edition of the Los Angeles Times regarding the Verizon Vs. Vonage case. I had a busy day yesterday and I received quite a few calls from reporters regarding this issue. I already blogged about the...

Quoted in San Jose Mercury News

I was quoted in today’s edition of the San Jose Mercury News regarding the Verizon Vs. Vonage case. I had a busy day yesterday and I received quite a few calls from reporters regarding this issue. I already blogged about...

Quoted in Chicago Tribune

I was quoted in today’s edition of the Chicago Tribune regarding the Verizon Vs. Vonage case. The article by Jon Van is well written and explains the situation well. When I spoke with Jon, the court ordered Vonage to stop...

Vonage Spared For Now

Vonage today secured a temporary stay from U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Washington, DC. The stay enables Vonage to continue to sign up new customers until the Appellate court can hear Vonage's request for a permanent...

Vonage Left for Dead?

While much of the world is celebrating Good Friday, at Vonage it could not be a worse day as a judge has issued an injunction against the leading pure-play VoIP firm barring it from signing up new customers. Lawyers from...

Vonage Bankruptcy Discussed

Many people have been asking me about the Vonage situation in light of a recent stock downgrade from Citibank analyst Michael Rollins, who said that Vonage probably has a couple of years to go and at that point they will...

Vonage Shut Down

There are rumors flying that Vonage will be shut down. Unfortunately as this company is a poster child for VoIP, what happens to it could have negative impact on the industry at large. This is too bad. There are a...

Verizon and Vonage Patent Dispute: What the Means to VoIP

One of the concerns some have for the future of Vonage is the recent patent dispute ruling requiring Vonage to pay Verizon one-time and recurring royalties for infringement on patents Verizon owns. This issue has ramifications perhaps for the entire...

Vonage Patent Spoof

The power of YouTube reveals itself  at the expense of Vonage....

Verizon Vs. Vonage

Greg has done a great job analyzing the current situation of the Verizon versus Vonage patent lawsuit. It seems Vonage isn’t as concerned as others in the industry about this ruling. As far as Packet8 is concerned, the company does...

Living in the Third World of Communications

If you haven’t heard, a court decided Vonage needs to pay Verizon $58 million in past damages for patent infringement in the following areas:   Technology used to bridge Internet calls to the traditional phone system Features such as call-waiting...

A Breakthrough Month in IP Communications

Skype, Google, Verizon, Vonage and Other Happenings   Please enjoy the March 2007 Publisher’s Outlook from Internet Telephony Magazine:   The last few weeks have been among the most newsworthy in IP communications since this magazine’s first issue in February...

Verizon: ESPN Mobile

By now you may have heard about how ESPN will be offering video clips on Verizon’s VCast mobile network. ESPN made a go at being an MVNO but it just didn’t work out for the company. I think the deal...

Verizon and iPhone

Will losing the iPhone deal be remembered as a blunder in the wireless telecom space? I would wager yes. OK so Apple is in the position of strength and demands ridiculous things. Verizon should have dealt with it. Based on...

Communications in 2007

Any look at the future of any industry would not be complete without analysis of recent events. In the case of communications, 2006 seems like the transitional year of all time for a number of reasons. Next week, Jan 23-26...

Verizon Shares Falling

Why are Verizon shares falling? Well it seems the massive costs of its FIOS initiative has investors wondering if the fiber to the home strategy makes the most sense or is AT&T’s cheaper plan to use copper in the last...

Verizon FiOS

It seems Verizon is making nice progress with FiOS. I am surprised to hear the company has the ability to offer 200 digital video and music channels already but then again I am not sure how many of these are...

Cable Companies Vulnerable?

There are some very smart people in the telecom business who are betting on the cable companies as the winners in the service provider wars. Their logic goes something like this. The cable companies have relationships with content providers and...

My Mobile Blogging From ITEXPO

I must admit it is very weird to click on a link and see photos of yourself mobile blogging or moblogging. Thanks to Dan York for pointing out how I was doing this from Internet Telephony Conference & Expo....
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