Vittore, Vince
December 2004
Telephony;12/13/2004, Vol. 245 Issue 24, p17
Trade Publication
This article reports that already-crowded and fractured market for voice-over- IP customer premises equipment got a lot more so on both counts last week with two separate announcements pointing toward new evolutions in analog telephone adapters, or ATA. First, Telco Systems inc. announced its entry into the market with a product that looks like a traditional ATA but includes for some telco-like features. A Few days later, Vonage Inc. announced an alliance with Vienna to launch a videophone that comes with a built-in ATA.


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