Andy points to a link on Boardwatch which says that Verizon chose DeltaThree to do the integration and network related work for their VoIP service, which they are calling VoiceWing. I guess they came up with that name, by looking down the hall to the wing of their office. Either that, or they were thinking the company was sick and some executives were checking into a hospital to help their ailing efforts in the VoIP space. I am leaving Andy’s comment intact, just too funny to mess around with!
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