Year: 2005

Mio 136 GPS

Mio just introduced the Mio 136 GPS navigation system. This device is not only a GPS device but is also
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Vonage Sued in Texas

The Texas attorney general slapped Voice over IP provider Vonage Holdings with a lawsuit today claiming that Vonage misled consumers
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RCN Joins Voice Peering Fabric

The VPF has done a great job in allowing VoIP peering to take place with the added flexibility of accessing
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CompTel on Level 3

I had a chance to speak with CompTel/ALTS to get their comments on the Level 3 decision to withdraw forbearance
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Lingo Phone Problems?

Seems unusual that VoIP service wouldn’t work with certain phones but this is what I read in the VoIP forum
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Gryphon Tackles Do-Not-Call

Gryphon Networks, announced today its integrated management platform called the Integrated Compliance and Contact Management Platform (ICCMP). The platform is
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IPCC Congratulates FCC’s Kevin Martin

The following quote was released today by the International Packet Communications Consortium or IPCC Chairman and President, Michael Khalilian: "We
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Veraz in Call Centers

Veraz announced it has a call center compression solution using VoIP. The solution is based on Veraz’s I-Gate 4000 family
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Vonage Blocked Again!

No details are being given but Vonage is being blocked again. I’ve mentioned this sort of problem as a major
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Level 3 Withdraws Petition

Yesterday Level 3 withdrew its forbearance petition. As you may recall the petition was originally put forward as a way
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