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VOIP project gets business upgrade
Just plunked down some cash for shares of Vonage? Here's a development that should give you pause: VOIP startup SIPphone just upgraded its Gizmo Project client, which lets users make and receive calls from a PC. The key new feature? Gizmo now supports Asterisk, a popular open-source software program that manages VOIP phone lines for small businesses. Business 2.0 senior writer Om Malik points out that the combination of Gizmo's user-friendly interface and Asterisk's call-handling features make a compelling package. That, in turn, spells trouble for Vonage, for whom small businesses are a key market.
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