said by nitzan:
Don't get me wrong- I like the idea of going all IP. The problem I see with this particular initiative is that it is led by one person who is very likely making a huge profit from this "non-profit" initiative, and the price tag on participating in the discussion (and later implementation if it ever comes) is so high it is prohibitive to most companies.
This brings back an age old question ... how the heck does Ooma do it? Ooma's finances never made sense, but they can afford $10,000 a month to be part of this initiative? What do member companies, or particularly, Ooma get out of it??--
"If you put the federal government in charge of the Sahara Desert, in 5 years there'd be a shortage of sand." - Milton Friedman"