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VoIP carriers launch international peering network

 
 
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      02-25-2005
Internet calls to landlines could get even cheaper, following yesterday's
launch of an international peering network of VoIP providers. Fourteen
companies have signed up to the free-of-charge interconnection service
including Callme.se (Sweden), e-fon.ch (Switzerland), Magrathea
Telecommunications (Great Britain), Musimi.dk (Denmark), MS Networks
(Luxembourg), sipgate (Austria, Germany, Great Britain) and SIPphone (USA).

The service is brokered by e164.info which has built a central database of
VoIP telephone numbers. e164.info is brainchild of a small German company,
netzquadrat, which was set up by the founders of German VoIP provider
sipgate/nufone.



Full details:
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2005/02...ering_service/


 
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