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Seems like the market obsession for consumer VoIP is giving way for a “hosted VoIP” craze. StarVox, which bills itself as a next generation ASP has just started offering VoIP services such as IP Centrex, VoIP VPNs, VoIP trunking and unified communications. They are going to […]

Seems like the market obsession for consumer VoIP is giving way for a “hosted VoIP” craze. StarVox, which bills itself as a next generation ASP has just started offering VoIP services such as IP Centrex, VoIP VPNs, VoIP trunking and unified communications. They are going to sell this to ISPs, CLECS and everyone who has a group of users to sell to. I really wonder how big this opportunity is… given the sheer number of players.

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  1. StarVox has been around since 1998, when they built their first softswitch. I’m not sure how many customers they have, but these guys refuse to give up!!!!!!

  2. Does anyone know where Starvox got their core network from? Was it perhaps from a company called VNET or one of its predecessors?

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