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Jeff Pulver Entrepreneur, Chairman and Founder

Jeff Pulver is the Chairman and Founder of, and one of the true pioneers of the VoIP industry and a leader in the emerging TV on the Net industry. Leveraging well over a decade of hands-on experience in Internet/IP communications and innovation, Mr. Pulver is a globally renowned thought leader, author and entrepreneur. His blog is well read within the IP Communications Industry and in high-tech communities around the world. He is the publisher of The Pulver Report and and creator of the industry standard Voice on the Net (VON) events. Additionally, Mr. Pulver is the founder of FWD, the VON Coalition, PrimeTimeRewind.TV, Vivox and is the co-founder of VoIP provider, Vonage.

On February 12, 2004, Mr. Pulver's petition for clarification declaring Free World Dialup as an unregulated information service was granted by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). This landmark decision by the FCC was the first decision it made on IP communications to date. Now referred to as "the Pulver Order", the ruling provides important clarification that computer-to-computer VoIP service is not a telecommunications service. By doing this, the FCC delivered a strong signal to consumers and capital markets that the FCC is not interested in subjecting end-to-end IP Communications services to traditional voice telecommunications regulation under the Communications Act.

Jeff Pulver has been profiled in: The Wall Street Journal, International Herald Tribune, Business Week, Boston Globe, National Post, Newsweek and the Washington Post.

Jeff Pulver's expertise is widely utilized throughout the communications and Internet industries, which has now extended into the critical public policy arena, both nationally and internationally. In addition to his work with the FCC, Mr. Pulver has testified before the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), the United States Congress, the National Association of Regulatory and Utility Commissioners (NARUC) as well as numerous federal and state agencies who have a growing interest in IP communications. Named by BusinessWeek as one of their 2003 Tech Gurus. Mr. Pulver is committed to the future of IP communications and is featured often in the media as true expert in his field. He is a patron/supporter of the Diabetes Research Institute, Robin Hood, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Musuem, VH1 Save the Music, and is a lifetime member of the ARRL and the Songwriters Hall of Fame.

Jeff Pulver Contact Information: e-mail: moc.revlup|pffej#moc.revlup|pffej - you can also send a text message to: +1.516.312.3227

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