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pulver.com Heads to Stockholm With the Eighth Annual VON Europe 2005 Conference & Expo
Melville, New York (ots/PRNewswire) -
- Biggest Pan-European VoIP Event Addresses Global Issues, Trends, and Challenges Affecting the IP Communications Industry
pulver.com today announced the eighth annual VON Europe 2005 Conference & Expo, scheduled for May 23-26, at Stockholm International Fairs in Stockholm, Sweden. Europe's leading VoIP event will address the global issues and trends affecting carriers, service providers, and Internet and technology companies. Throughout four full days, VON Europe will deliver an in-depth look at the regulatory issues, global alliances, and new product offerings that are changing the competitive balance of the European communications industry.
VON Europe 2005 Conference & Expo features more than 250 speakers from companies making VoIP headlines around the globe, including: Anders Igel, CEO of TeliaSonera; Niklas Zennstrom, CEO and Co-founder of Skype; Michael Boukobza, CEO of Free Telecom, and Jeff Pulver, CEO of pulver.com, and the founder of the VON events. The event will also feature high-level executives from companies such as Vonage, Telefonica, The European Commission, Telio, T-Mobile International, FastWeb, Interoute and many others. For a complete speaker line up, please visit http://www.voneurope.com/speakers.html .
More than 1,000 attendees from 38 countries worldwide are expected to attend VON Europe, with more than 120 exhibiting companies, each uniquely positioned to accelerate the growth of VoIP adoption around the globe. These exhibitors will unveil new product and service offerings on the show floor, and share their vision for the future of IP communications. Visit http://www.voneurope.com/exhibit.html for a complete listing of companies.
VON Europe will address the full spectrum of issues affecting IP communications in Europe. It will provide a competitive analysis of the evolving telecommunications landscape. It will present the latest trends in VoIP architecture, applications and implementations. It will detail the latest developments in IP communications regulation, and it will provide extensive content on VoIP WiFi, Telco TV, and the convergence of IP and wireless communications.
"There are exiting developments under way in the Pan-European telecommunications landscape, and many of these developments will be announced at VON Europe 2005," said Jeff Pulver, CEO of pulver.com. "I'm looking forward to spending time with the innovators that are helping to strengthen the IP communications industry in Europe, and around the globe."
About pulver.com Enterprises
The pulver.com group of companies strives to promote the IP industry and change the way people communicate through new, enabling, innovative IP Communications technologies. The group focuses on IP hardware, software, and communications services, demonstrating that IP Communications makes it possible to do new things with telecommunications that can't be done with the traditional PSTN network. Pulver.com Enterprises owns a number of companies including Free World Dialup, LibreTel, pulverInnovations, and Blue Lava Software, and is headed by IP Communications entrepreneur and globally renowned thought leader, Jeff Pulver. For more information, please visit http://www.pulver.com .
About Jeff Pulver
Jeff Pulver is the President and CEO of pulver.com, and one of the true pioneers of the Internet telephony/VoIP industry. Mr. Pulver is a globally renowned thought leader, author and entrepreneur. He is the publisher of The Pulver Report and VON magazine, and creator of the industry standard Voice on the Net (VON) conferences. Additionally, Mr. Pulver is the founder of Free World Dialup (FWD), the VON coalition, LibreTel, WHP Wireless, pulverinnovations, Digisip, and is the co-founder of VoIP provider, Vonage. Recently, Mr. Pulver's petition to declare Free World Dialup as an unregulated information service was granted by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). This landmark decision by the FCC, now referred to as "the Pulver Order", was the first decision made by the FCC on IP communications, and provides important clarification that computer-to-computer VoIP service is not a telecommunications service.
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