Cicero Networks Ltd., a leading developer of wireless Voice over IP (wVoIP) solutions, today announced that it has been named to the 2005 “pulver 100” which is the VoIP industry’s premiere listing of privately held growth companies that represent the future of the communications ecosystem. Cicero Networks has been named to the list due to the increased demand by fixed-line operators and alternative service providers to offer wVoIP services. This is the second year the company has been named to the Pulver 100.
Cicero Network’s wVoIP technology enables non-cellular operators to offer wireless communication services to their corporate and residential customers at a much lower cost than traditional cellular telephony. Yesterday Cicero Networks also unveiled the industry’s first dual-mode converged wireless softphone which supports fixed, mobile and IP calls on a single device.
“The pulver 100 is the VoIP industry’s first and foremost award listing, and it continues to grow in significance, because companies like Cicero Networks, continue to spread IP communications via their Cicero wVoIP client and server solutions,” said Jeff Pulver, Founder and Chairman of pulvermedia. “We’re proud to name Cicero Networks to this year’s pulver 100.”
“We are delighted to be named this prestigious list of high growth VoIP companies”, said Ross Brennan, CEO of Networks. “This recognition further validates our leadership in wVoIP, enabling convergence at both the network and subscriber level.”
About the pulver 100
Originally introduced in 2002, the pulver 100 features private companies in the communications sector that have substantial real-world deployments and enjoy significant growth rates. The value chain characterized by pulver 100 differs from the vertically integrated telecom model of the last century, focusing more on a networking-industry model that espouses open interfaces, connectivity decoupled from services, and software decoupled from hardware. For additional details on the 2005 pulver 100, please visit www.pulvermedia.com