Photos: Vonage's V-Phone

Photos: Vonage's V-Phone

Summary: Aiming for big and medium-size businesses, Vonage unveils the V-Phone, a device designed to turn a PC into an Internet phone.

TOPICS: PCs, Hardware

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  • CEO Mike Snyder

    Vonage CEO Mike Snyder was on hand at the launch of the V-phone, a USB flash drive loaded with IP calling software. Snyder, who presided over the company's recent IPO, said the new product, designed for use by medium-to-large businesses, helps Vonage fill out its product portfolio.

  • Citron

    Vonage chairman, founder and former CEO Jeffrey Citron unveiled the V-Phone during the New York City press event Wednesday.

    Citron said that the V-phone will be marketed as a business phone replacement. He also said the V-phone will allow large companies to bring cost-effective mobility and IP voice capability to their work force.

Topics: PCs, Hardware

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