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  • David Farber on Net Neutrality: Reaction to the Current "Debate"
  • Dave Farber was recently interviewed as part of the 37th KMB Conference, March 8, 9, &10, 2006 held at St. Petes Beach FL. Dave Farber provides the following background information and link to this video interview: "We have seen the Internet become a truly mass market phenomenon, reaching more than half of all American households. Broadband networks have been and are being deployed that are moving us towards higher levels of speed and capability. My concern with all of the debate and discussion I've reviewed to date is that there is far too little solid, in depth analysis and understanding on all sides and their implications on the future of the Internet." ›››
  • Secure Voice over IP: Zfone Released
  • Philip Zimmermann, creator of PGP, has announced the first official release of Zfone -- a system for encrypting any SIP VoIP voice stream. Below is Philip's introduction on Zfone as posted on his ›››
  • Regulation of VoIP Services
  • Ofcom has published a considerable consultation paper for its "approach to regulating voice telephony services in the light of new technological developments". Below is the introductory excerpt from the document: "...Traditional telephone services have existed for over 100 years. However, changes are underway that could significantly affect the way voice services are provided in the future. In particular, Voice over Internet Protocol ("VoIP") services change the way voice services are delivered..." ›››
  • Report on Subscriber Growth for Cable Telephony
  • A recent report by Research and Markets has predicted the number for VoIP cable telephone subscribers in households to reach 7 million by the end of 2006. The following is a summary from this report: "Worldwide cable telephony service revenues rose from $4.5 billion in 2004 to $5.6 billion in 2005, and are projected to reach $10 billion by 2009. The widening availability of VoIP-based cable telephony services has resulted in thousands of new cable telephony subscribers for operators like Time Warner Cable and Cablevision in the United States, Videotron and Shaw Communications in Canada, and Liberty Global in Europe..." ›››