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Voip phone – Vonage’s Slow, Painful Demise Receives Reprieve
April 10, 2007, 2:59 am
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Vonage’s Slow, Painful Demise Receives Reprieve
MediaPost – Vonage Holdings Corp. is still in dire straits regarding the injunction U.S. District Judge Claude Hilton handed the Internet phone company for violating three patents belonging to rival Verizon Communications. The struggling VoIP provider was handed

How to Save Money and Get Better Home Phone Service
Oswego Palladium-Times – Switch to high-speed Internet connection (broadband) and add your home phone service to it with Vonage Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). VoIP is a great new way to make and receive phone calls using a broadband Internet connection instead of a

End of the e-mail era?
Boston Globe – End of the e-mail era? E-mail may soon lose is dominant status as a trendy way to communicate, according to a new study. Crushed by avalanches of spam, many younger consumers are likely to opt for text messaging and VoIP calling instead of sending an

Does email have a future?
ZDNet Blogs – This trend could be magnified as younger consumers and workers use text messaging and VOIP. IDC’s advice to email vendors and customers is to recognize email is just one way to communicate; use multiple antispam applications; and make sure email can

TXP Signs Distribution Partner in Southeast
MSN MoneyCentral – to be a total “Systems Integrator” of IP packet-based networks and to assist telephone companies to transition their networks from TDM-based to broadband packet-based networks that enable telephone companies to offer the “triple play” of VOIP

WTO cases to target Chinese piracy
ZDNet – VoIP Migration Strategies ShoreTel First Guarantee Mortgage Trades Up to ShoreTel ShoreTel The State of iSCSI-based IP SAN by ESG Blogging about the Kentucky Derby Jay Rollins discusses how Churchill Downs has hired bloggers in preparation for the world

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