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Q&A with Rod Ullens of Voxbone

by Martyn Davies 2nd October 2009

Rod Ullens is the CEO of Voxbone, who have launched an initiative called iNum which creates a “virtual country” with its own country-code +883.  This so-called “Earth code” allows any iNum user to call any other free (or at least very cheaply) regardless of the physical geography of either.  iNum uses international IP networking, and […]

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Niall Murphy of The Cloud: Viewers' Questions [Part 2 of 2]

by Ben Smith 1st October 2009

Niall Murphy completes this two part video interview by answering viewers’ questions. See part 1 for Niall’s views on mobile internet, 3G, WiFi, the impending ‘capacity crunch’ and Digital Britain. Out thanks to Ilicco Elia and Reuters for their hospitality and the venue.

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Niall Murphy of The Cloud: 3G, Capacity Crunch & Digital Britain [Part 1 of 2]

by Ben Smith 28th September 2009

Niall Murphy talks to Ben and Vikki about The Cloud, the future for mobile internet and  Digital Britain. Niall makes a case for mobile internet delivered by 3G and WiFi and highlights the impending ‘capacity crunch’ as our increasing demand for bandwidth exceeds the rate at which the technology can satisfy it.  He also raises […]

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