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February 19, 2013
08:13 EDTVGVonage granted four new patents by U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Vonage announced that it has been granted four new patents by the United States Patent and Trademark Office. These patents relate to call rating and routing, conference calling, mobile wireless and calling card technologies. Vonage was granted U.S. Pat. No. 8,364,700, a novel algorithm for quickly and efficiently processing certain types of data structures. It was granted U.S. Pat. No. 8,374,106, a patent that provides a convenient alternative to traditional conference calling, allowing individuals to establish and control the call through various interfaces, such as web browsers and apps for smartphones and tablets. It was also granted U.S. Pat. No. 8,379,571, relating to configuring a mobile device for use over a VoIP network.
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February 26, 2015
13:41 EDTVGVonage CEO comments on FCC's adoption of Net Neutrality rules
Vonage CEO, Alan Masarek, released the following statement in response to the FCC's adoption of Net Neutrality rules: "The Internet is a critical platform for communicating, sharing and accessing content throughout the world and has become an essential part of our daily life. An open Internet ensures that competition is strong and that consumers and businesses have access to the multitude of choices they demand and expect. Limitations on that access, such as paid prioritization, would have a negative long-term impact on consumers and businesses alike, including entrepreneurs who rely on the Internet to create and deliver innovative and disruptive products and services. As a provider of over-the-top and cloud-based services, Vonage has long been a strong proponent of robust open Internet rules that apply to both wired and wireless broadband. We applaud the FCC and Chairman Wheeler for adopting new Net Neutrality rules that will ensure the Internet remains an open, uninhibited platform for all."

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