Sebastopol, CA -- O'Reilly Media today revealed the finalists for ETel Launch Pad, happening the first evening of the O'Reilly Emerging Telephony Conference, February 27, 2007. In the spirit of Web 2.0 Summit, ETel Launch Pad is a special session where groundbreaking start-ups and innovative technologies will be introduced to the telephony community. ETel Launch Pad is co-organized by Om Malik and co-produced by GigaOm.
Following are the companies that have been selected to showcase their submissions (the details of which will remain secret until the Launch Pad event):
- GrandCentral Communications (www.grandcentral.com)
- Peerant (http://peerant.com - coming soon)
- Flat Planet Phone Co. (www.flatplanetphone.com)
- Cellcrypt (www.cellcrypt.com)
- mySay (www.mysay.com)
- Jive Software (www.jivesoftware.com)
- Mig33 (www.mig33.com)
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ETel captures and telegraphs the excitement around ahead-of-the-curve telephony technologies, bringing together all layers of the telephony community to compare and contrast web telephony technology, business, and culture in a collaborative, spirited environment. ETel highlights the people, projects, and activities pushing the boundaries of what's possible with IP telephony. The second edition of ETel is scheduled for February 27 through March 1, 2007 in Burlingame, California.
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