VoIP Revolution

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photoIn a November 9, 2004 ruling, the FCC just made it easier for phone calls to be sent through your high-speed Internet connection.

In its ruling, the FCC claimed that the voice over the internet protocol service (VoIP) is subject to federal, not state, jurisdiction. Industry observers believe that current state regulations hamper the deployment of mass-market VoIP services.

Tune in to hear how the FCC ruling could change the VoIP industry and the way we communicate.


Neil Keon, Professor of Internet Technology and Operations, Southern Methodist University's Edwin L. Cox School of Business

Vince Vittore, Executive Editor, Telephony Magazine

Lee McKnight, Associate Professor of Information Studies, Syracuse University, Founder of the Internet Telephony Consortium

This program aired on November 12, 2004.


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