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., ( ) and Xten Networks ( ) 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


VoCable Spells Disaster for VoDSL

With the latest announcement from Time Warner Cable comes a great deal of nervousness from the 3rd party broadband providers like Vonage.

When cable giants like Time Warner Cable, Comcast and COX put their best foot forward your can be certain it will have a tremendous impact on 3rd party providers. The simple fact that these larger providers can deploy to millions of households with little effort should concern even the DSL offering from various Telcos. VoCable undermines the value in VoDSL whereby there is no phone line needed at all for VoIP over Cable. This will have an impact on DSL and POTs sales in general.

Cable ISP providers offering Voice Services will shake the very foundation of telecommuncations as we know it. 2004-2006 will be exciting to say the least.


Vonage drops Cisco VoIP adapter

By Ben Charny
Staff Writer, CNET

Broadband telephone service provider Vonage said Monday that it has replaced Cisco Systems with Motorola as its exclusive telephone adapter supplier.

As a result of the deal with Motorola, each of the approximately 2,500 subscribers that Vonage adds each week will be given Motorola’s VT1000v. Known as an Analog Telephone Adapter, the device plugs into a broadband connection and lets traditional home or office phones make telephone calls that use the Internet and avoid additional charges from telephone companies. Vonage continues to use Cisco network gear, including gateway and call-manager products.



A new report by independent market analysts Datamonitor (DTM.L) says demand for outsourced voice solutions amongst enterprises globally is set to rise considerably within the next two years. The report “Creating demand for outsourced voice services”, predicts that by 2005, $76.5 million will be up for grabs if voice vendors play their cards right. That’s an 80% growth on 2003 revenues. For enterprises, outsourcing voice services negates the heavy hardware costs associated with on-premise systems and delivers these high-end technologies without additional training and expertise requirements on the purchaser. North America currently accounts for the bulk of revenues; however, Datamonitor expects Asia Pacific (APAC) and the Caribbean & Latin America (CALA) to experience the fastest growth due to their higher propensity to outsource. The report acknowledges that low market awareness and lack of understanding of modern voice business solutions are a current inhibitor to voice outsourcing but believes they will be overcome.

Outsourced Voice applications are gaining recognition in the public eye..

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