IP Alliance Goes Wiki

Global IP Alliance officially launches public access to the Global IP Policy Matrix

August 8, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- The Global IP Alliance ("Alliance") has released its initial report and established an ongoing process to allow government, industry and consumers to obtain current information on the state of global IP-based communications technology and regulation.

Hosting government regulators from more than 25 countries in Washington, DC, the Alliance officially launched public access to the Global IP Policy Matrix (available at http://www.ipall.org/matrix) and announced a new process whereby those following IP technology and regulation may share information on VoIP treatment around the world via the establishment of the Global IP Alliance's wiki.

"The Matrix is the first in a series of evolving, updateable resources that will establish the Alliance as the 'go-to' resource for IP-based communications-related information around the world," noted Julie Hedlund, Strategic Advisor to the Global IP Alliance. "The Matrix is designed to allow industry, regulators and consumers to determine the state of regulatory oversight of emerging IP-based technologies, services and applications. By supplying information and support regarding regulatory activities, the Alliance will also serve to demonstrate that the emerging IP-based communications industry is capable of self-governance without the need for stringent regulatory interference or prescriptive oversight."

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