Cheap home networking companies are now selling VoIP adapters

I’ve been predicting this for months, and it looks like it’s finally happened: the commodity-networking companies are starting to do VoIP. Yesterday, both Netgear and Linksys announced deals with Vonage. scottstuff: Netgear and Linksys enter the ring

With these cheap VoIP adapters now on the scene, the next step in the commodity chain is IP-PBX appliances.

Scott also points out that Froogle thinks I sell the DVG-1120.

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