Editor's Corner

I am reporting today live from San Jose, California, at wVoIP 2005, the first executive summit dedicated to the convergence of wireless and VoIP. I am excited about this show for obvious reasons. I have spent the last six months preparing the agenda and the speakers for what I know will be one of the most intense and productive discussions for this industry. Our opening keynote this morning was from Christopher Logan of Avaya, who addressed the impact wireless VoIP will have on both telecom and the enterprise IT market. Later today my colleague John Edwards and I will reveal the 2005 FierceVoIP Fierce 15, this year's list of the top emerging VoIP telephony companies. Stay tuned to tomorrow's issue of FierceWireless, where I will report on the highlights from today's sessions. For those of you joining us in San Jose today, it's going to be a exciting conference. - Stephen

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