Feds get clear on VOIP

Voice over IP took center stage among federal and industry IT officials at a recent seminar in Reston, Va., presented by Polycom Inc. of Milpitas, Calif.

Among the speakers at the event were Andrew Nilssen, above, of Wainhouse Research of Brookline, Mass., and David Drell, below, of Polycom.

NASA's Stanley Rubin, and Kurt Bruhnke, center, talk with David J. Lind of C-Cubed Corp. of Springfield, Va.

Natalie Cagle of the Navy Medical Information Management Center and Daniel G. Burns of Sphere Communications Inc. of Lake Bluff, Ill., test VOIP connections.

Eugene M. Diggs of the National Institutes of Health, and, gets a demonstration of eDial AudioPresenter from Paul Derrickson of eDial Inc. of Waltham, Mass.


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