Author: Rich Tehrani

Texas Sues Vonage

In December of 2004 I wrote the following about VoIP 2.0: VoIP E911I have said it before and I will
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MCI Mulls Qwest Bid

According to the WSJ, the MCI board is meeting to weigh the Qwest bid. MCI said last week that it
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VoIP Increases $6/Month

A company called HTLT Technologies tells me that if access charges are applied to IP-originated calls, VoIP providers would have
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Cybertelecom.org

I don’t often makesite endorsements but http://www.cybertelecom.org/┬áis a great site if you are interested in the legal side of telecom.
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Hilary Clinton Wins Race

I bet I got you there for a second. No, not the presidential race. In this case the race was
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AdvancedTCA Growing Quickly

AdvancedTCA will make its mark in the steadily growing Open Standards Chassis (OSC) market over the next several years, according
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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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