VoIP-Americas; Winner VoIP Service Provider Award by TMC's INTERNET TELEPHONY Magazine.FORT LAUDERDALE Fort Lauderdale (lô`dərdāl), residential, commercial, and resort city (1990 pop. 149,377), seat of Broward co., SE Fla., on the Atlantic coast; settled around a fort built (c.1837) in the Seminole War, inc. 1911. , Fla. -- VoIP, Inc. (OTCBB OTCBB
See OTC Bulletin Board (OTCBB). :VOII) today announced the company has been awarded a VoIP Service Provider Award by Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC TMC Technology Marketing Corporation (Norwalk, Connecticut)
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TMC Traffic Management Center (R))'s INTERNET TELEPHONY Another term for IP telephony and VoIP. In the late 1990s, some people made a distinction between Internet Telephony and VoIP: Internet telephony referred to voice over the public Internet, while VoIP referred to voice over private IP networks. (R) magazine at the INTERNET TELEPHONY Conference and EXPO Fall 2004 in Los Angeles Los Angeles (lôs ăn`jələs, lŏs, ăn`jəlēz'), city (1990 pop. 3,485,398), seat of Los Angeles co., S Calif.; inc. 1850. . The three day event is the largest VoIP trade show in the world. The INTERNET TELEPHONY VoIP Service Provider Award is presented to companies whose VoIP visions have delivered on the promise of excellence for their clients in a genuine and measurable way.
"VoIP Americas has worked extremely hard to create a compelling suite of on-demand hosted and managed voice services for the enterprise business market. We currently terminate well over 11,000,000 minuets for business worldwide," said Albert Rodriguez, President of VoIP Americas. "The selection of our company to the ' VoIP Service Provider Award" highlights our leadership in the business VoIP services market. By focusing on giving customers options that take into account evolving service needs and legacy infrastructures and building the next generation in VoIP technologies, we are delivering the most flexible and reliable service offerings in the market."
Rich Tehrani, TMC's president and Group Editor-in-Chief of INTERNET TELEPHONY stated, "We felt that not enough was being done to recognize the companies building the networks and providing the services to drive this industry forward. This award illustrates INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine's decision to honor those service providers who have played a leading role by acting early in the evolution to IP."
INTERNET TELEPHONY Editorial Director Greg Galitzine expects these awards will serve as a benchmark for the industry. "When we look back to the early days of packetized telephony and wonder who the pioneers were, I feel that this award will serve as a bookmark A stored location for quick retrieval at a later date. Web browsers provide bookmarks that contain the addresses (URLs) of favorite sites. Most electronic references, large text databases and help systems provide bookmarks that mark a location users want to revisit in the future. in communications history, chronicling the introduction and evolution of VoIP service providers to the world," said Galitzine.
A full list of VoIP Service Provider Award recipients will appear in the November 2004 issue of INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine.
About VoIP Americas: http://www.voipamericas.com
VoIP Americas is a full service, wholesale Internet Telephony Service Provider An ITSP (Internet Telephony Service Provider) offers an Internet data service for making telephone calls using VoIP (Voice over IP) technology. Most ITSPs use SIP, H.323, or IAX (although H.323 use is declining) for transmitting telephone calls as IP data packets. enabling emerging carriers, ISP's; ITC's, Cable Operators and CLEC's to quickly and efficiently launch advanced VoIP services to their customer base. Our services include wholesale-VoIP for US and international termination; VoIP-800 & VoIP-did for access; and turnkey-VoIP, a full featured hosted platform providing the most popular residential and small business VoIP services.
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VoIP, Inc. is an emerging global service provider of superior quality Voice over IP based solutions offering residential and business customers more user friendly and affordable ways to communicate. VoIP, Inc. also manufactures products and provides services to Internet Service Providers Internet service provider (ISP)
Company that provides Internet connections and services to individuals and organizations. For a monthly fee, ISPs provide computer users with a connection to their site (see data transmission), as well as a log-in name and password. , Telecommunication Service Providers and Cable Operators in strategic countries around the world. VoIP, Inc, through its subsidiaries, provides a comprehensive portfolio of IP multimedia-based solutions ranging from subscriber based voice services, to SIP based infrastructure design and deployment, to broadband customer premise equipment design and implementation services, as well as engineering design, manufacturing and distribution of wireless broadband High-speed wireless transmission of data. What is "high" speed is always a changing number. Wireless systems are typically slower than land-based, wireline networks. In the past, wireless broadband started at 250 Kbps, whereas land-based broadband was generally considered to start at T1 technology. VoIP, Inc. has applied for a patent for its state of the art VoIP Multimedia Terminal Adaptor (networking, hardware) Terminal Adaptor - (TA) Equipment used to adapt Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) Basic Rate Interface (BRI) channels to existing terminal equipment standards such as EIA-232 and V.35. which today supports the FCC (1) (Federal Communications Commission, Washington, DC, www.fcc.gov) The U.S. government agency that regulates interstate and international communications including wire, cable, radio, TV and satellite. The FCC was created under the U.S. Commission's desire for VoIP providers to deliver Emergency 911 Calling, Disability Access, and Law Enforcement Access capabilities to the marketplace.
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