Month: March 2006

Is ‘Net Neutrality’ Enforceable?

TMCnet’s Patrick Barnard sent me a blog entry as this doesn’t pass as an article in its current form. Pat
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CallVantage Service Update

CallVantage is going through what seems to be an unusual sort of maintenance where the 911 database cannot be updated
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Fusion Telecommunications

It is worth checking out Tom’s analysis of Fusion telecommunication’s “intriguing” p2p solution. "This technology will give Fusion the opportunity
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Internet Nondiscrimination Act

By now you may have heard of Senator Wyden’s “Internet Nondiscrimination Act of 2006.” Under the proposed bill, network operators
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VoIP Peering Keynote in Miami

Join me in Miami for my keynote at the Voice Peering Forum. I declared 2006 as the year of VoIP
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ATA Technology Forum

I will be speaking at the American Teleservices Association 2nd annual Technology Forum on April 25, 2006. I will be
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Online Gaming Eats Bandwidth

Patrick Barnard has some thought provoking analysis in his online gaming article on TMCnet. The point he makes is that
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1&1 Free .info Domains

According to some studies, nearly 70% of the companies that own top .com domains such as MTV, BMW, Gap and
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Viper Networks

There are many newcomers to the VoIP market. Indeed every day there are new companies entering the space and claiming
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Net Neutrality News

TMCnet has a new page dedicated to net neutrality news. Feel free to bookmark it if you want to keep
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