Vonage Ups VOIP Ante Light Reading - Sep 22, 2005 NJ -- TeleCommunication Systems (TCS) (NasdaqNM:TSYS - News), a global leader in mission critical communications, today announced that Vonage, a leading
Vonage weighs up possible sale MSNBC - Sep 22, 2005 NEW YORK - Vonage, the private internet telephony start-up, is being encouraged to consider a sale while it presses ahead with plans for an initial public
The VoIP Backlash IEEE Spectrum, NY - Sep 30, 2005 for consumers. It makes voice-over-Internet-Protocol (VoIP) services, such as Vonage, Packet8, and Skype, possible. In particular
VoIP: 'It's what you do with it that counts' Silicon.com, UK - Sep 29, 2005 Full integration - not just convergence of voice and data � must be the aim if the full potential of VoIP is to be exploited according to Dave Thorn, CEO of
750K VOIP lines added in Q2 2005 IT Facts - Sep 30, 2005 750K VOIP lines added in Q2 2005 by ZDNet's ZDNet Research -- The number of US residential VoIP customers increased by 750,000 in Q2 2005 to 2.44 mln
VoIP Security Takes Center Stage InternetNews.com - 18 hours ago Among the myriad conference panels at last week's VON show in Boston were a number on the topic of VoIP security. Among the issues tackled were:
N-able Offers VOIP Manager Light Reading - Sep 29, 2005 services software and business transformation services for resellers servicing small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), today announced VoIP (Voice over IP
Vonage Selects IPO Bankers Light Reading - Sep 27, 2005 VOIP poster-child Vonage has chosen the investment banks to take it public, sources familiar with the situation say, but some of the bankers involved believe
PlusNet calls for open VoIP standards America's Network - 10 hours ago VoIP providers using peer-to-peer (P2P) systems that lack their own dedicated networks to support voice calls are utilising internet service providers
Ringing in style Indianapolis Star, United States - 19 hours ago Customizing phones is so popular that Vonage recently had a "Pimp My Phone" contest. The winner got $2,000 and a year of free Vonage service.
BT slashes VoIP prices to keep customers Silicon.com, UK - 18 hours ago of this year, will see rates to a number of international destinations, including Australia and the US, cut to 0.5p per minute and fees for VoIP users making
The FCC Fumbles VoIP Wiretapping Rules InformationWeek, NY - 21 hours ago The know-nothings who run the FCC are at it again: This time they've fumbled new rules extending a federal wiretapping law to VoIP.
BT takes the VoIP gloves off VNUNet.com, Netherlands - Sep 26, 2005 BT is to halve the cost of its voice over IP service from 4 October, in a thinly veiled swipe at the continued growth of rival offerings from Skype and Vonage.
VoIP hits the UK High Street Ovum, UK - 5 hours ago Yesterday, DSG International, which owns UK consumer electronics retailers PC World, Currys, Dixons and the Link, launched Freetalk, its VoIP service.
FCC Extends VoIP 911 Deadline Red Herring, CA - 36 minutes ago The US Federal Communications Commission said it would give VoIP providers more time to receive acknowledgements from customers if their network doesn�t
Vonage Selects IPO Bankers Light Reading - 2 hours ago VOIP poster-child Vonage has chosen the investment banks to take it public, sources familiar with the situation say, but some of the bankers involved believe
Vonage(R) Introduces TCS VoIP Verify(TM) Market Wire (press release) - Sep 22, 2005 09/22/2005 -- TeleCommunication Systems (TCS) (NASDAQ: TSYS), a global leader in mission critical communications, today announced that Vonage, a leading