1. In-Stat Releases Study of VoDSL Gateway Market
Cahner’s In-Stat has released a study entitled VoDSL Gateways ñ Market Realities Curb the Hype that examines VoDSL products and applications and provides 5-year shipment and revenue forecasts for North American and international markets.
The firm finds that the market for VoDSL gateways totaled $51 million last year and that it has failed to rise out of its infancy this year. The study suggests that there are too many suppliers for the size of the current marketplace and that product lines are already beginning to evolve before widespread deployment has taken place.
The study cites the leading VoDSL equipment vendors in 2000 as Jetstream, CopperCom, TollBridge, and Accelerated Networks.
The report goes for $2,495.
3. Link Televideo to Market Kagoor’s Mgmt Software in China
Kagoor Networks has said that Link Televideo will market its VoIP traffic management platform known as VoiceFlow to service providers in China. Kagoor’s initial release, the VoiceFlow 1000, provides traffic engineering and call aggregation.
5. ADC Introduces Signaling Gateway Platform
ADC has introduced a new signaling gateway platform, the NewNet SG, that uses IETF SIGTRAN to convert SS7 MTP traffic to M3UA/SCTP and communicate with IP-based next gen network elements. It concentrates up to 255 SS7 links for the redundant configuration of client applications. NewNet SG is available on NEBS-compliant Sun servers.
7. XO Introduces Services Minneapolis/St. Paul
XO Communications has introduced voice and data services over a mix of fiber, copper, and wireless infrastructures in Minneapolis/St. Paul. The services, which pass 260,000 homes and businesses, are fuled by a Nortel DMS500 switching center, a Sunus VoIP switch, a full 10,000 amp DC Power Plant, and a full 1 Meg Generator.
XO serves 63 U.S. markets and has fixed wireless spectrum licenses covering 95% of the population of the 30 largest U.S. cities.
9. ePhone’s Unlimited Domestic Program Serving 13,600
ePhone Telecom has announced that it has billed in excess of 13,600 repeat customers of its newly introduced Unlimited Domestic Calling Program. The new service, launched in mid August, enables callers to make unlimited domestic long distance calls within the 48 contiguous states for a flat monthly rate of $54.90.