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Ottawa-based Iotum, whose software allows phone networks to offer "presence"-based services, announced a partnership this morning with AOL's voice-over-Internet service AIM Phoneline -- details are here. Iotum CEO Alec Saunders, who blogs at saunderslog.com, says that being part of AIM Phoneline will give Iotum access to the more than 43 million U.S. AIM users through…

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And so we return to our story, to find our hero -- the plucky little (or not so little) voice-over-Internet company Vonage -- finally going public, after much back-and-forthing over the past year about when to issue stock and for how much, or whether to try and convince someone to take the company over. And…

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I originally wrote this for the Globe and Mail -- and Mark even linked to it, which I thought was quite nice of him -- but I thought I would reproduce it here for people who might not get to the Globe that often. For you tech-savvy blog readers out there, please ignore the dumbed-down…

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Anyone who has been following the Vonage IPO story - as my friend and conference-organizing colleague Mark Evans has, and as Om Malik has - won't be surprised that the voice-over-Internet pioneer is rumoured to be shopping itself around. The prospectus for its initial public offering, which was on and then off, then back on…

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Continuing the theme of "network neutrality," voice-over-Internet provider Vonage has raised the spectre of a "tiered" approach to the Internet in Canada in a filing with the Canadian broadcast regulator - the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission or CRTC, the agency whose name is almost as long as some of its meetings. According to a…

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