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TechTerra Deploys New Xten Technologies

TechTerra Deploys New Xten Technologies in Delivering Free SIP-to-SIP Calling and Other Integrated Services

AUSTIN, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Dec. 15, 2003–TechTerra Communications, Inc., a leading VoIP service provider, today announced the expansion of its product line to include: free SIP-to-SIP, TerraConnect and TerraCall X-Pro Business Edition. TechTerra is proud to be the first service provider to deploy these services powered by new technologies from Xten Networks, Inc.
TechTerra’ SIP-to-SIP (StS), also known as PC-to-PC, is a free service allowing voice calls from one PC (or other approved SIP-enabled endpoint) to another. TechTerra is offering a free broadband TerraCall X-Lite client to access the free service, with which landline and cellular calls can also be made at very low rates. StS will also support the Actiontec Internet Phone Wizard, a USB device that merges your regular telephone and VoIP into one endpoint.

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European Resellers Caught in Lindows vs. Windows Crossfire

This isn’t really related to telephony today but there is some crossover which will become apparent very soon. This battle is reminiscent of the VoIP regulatory issues we are experiencing these days as well.

I support Lindows as I believe that they are being bullied by the software giant in Redmond, give them hell Michael!

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Microsoft is putting European resellers in the middle of its trademark battles with Lindows, and in Sweden, Microsoft is winning.

Lindows isn’t Windows. Apparently plain old folks don’t know this, however, at least according to the City Court of Stockholm, Sweden. The court issued an injunction at Microsoft Corp.’s request on Dec. 10, barring San Diego-based Lindows.com Inc. from marketing its LindowsOS operating system in Sweden.

In its declaration, the City Court “prohibits, for the time until the case has finally settled or anything else has been decided, Lindows.com to use Lindows, Lindows.com and LindowsOS, as marks for products or services regarding operative systems.”

The injunction is the latest salvo in an increasingly nasty war in which Microsoft appears determined to quash the Lindows name permanently. “What we’re asking Lindows to do is to change its name,” says Microsoft spokesman Jim Desler. “It is Lindows.com that put these [European] resellers in a compromising position by their deliberate infringement on our trademark.”

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Broadline Launches Residential VoIP Service in Orlando

Broadline Communications, a subsidiary of FDN Communications, a CLEC
serving the southeastern U.S., has launched a residential VoIP service
to consumers in the 407 and 321 area codes of Orlando. The service is
being offering in 2 packages including a local dialing package for $19.95
per month that offers long distance for 5 cents per minute and a long
distance dialing package that provides unlimited long distance calling
for $39.95 a month. Consumers can connect up to 5 phones per household.

Service features include, call waiting, caller ID, and unlimited *69.

Broadline will supply customers with a MTA, for connection to a cable or
DSL modem.

Broadline plans to expand its service throughout Florida and into Georgia
within the next few weeks.

Broadline Communications

SIPphone and Xten = Free Telephony

SIPphone and Xten Partner to Offer Free Global Telephone Calls and Conferencing

Thursday December 11, 6:31 am ET
Two Market Leaders Bring Free Telephone Calls and Conferencing to the Masses

SAN DIEGO and BURNABY, British Columbia, Dec. 11 /PRNewswire/ — SIPphone, Inc., ( www.sipphone.com ) and Xten Networks ( www.xten.com ) today announced that they have joined forces to bring free telephone calls and conferencing to the masses. Xten softphones turn computers into business class telephones and offer unlimited user conferencing at the click of a mouse button. SIPphone delivers a feature-rich and free telephony network, and hassle-free configuration.

Free phone calls and conferencing are the key to delivering true global communication to the general public.

Stop VoIP Regulation

What drives the governments to regulation? Lobbyists from the largest taxpaying Telcos and alike are applying pressure to the governments to tax VoIP. The regulators are listening because they know they too will be loosing revenue from lost taxes and they do not want to see an exodus from traditional telephony which is sure to happen if VoIP continues its rapid growth.

Jeff Pulver among other VoIP advocates are doing their best to combat the proposed taxation and regulation of VoIP by the FCC and other country regulators.

Free World Dialup Petition to the FCC
TMC Labs Petition Form

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