BroadVoice, Inc., the leading provider of high
quality, feature-rich broadband phone services to consumers and businesses, announced today that it has been named to the prestigious "pulver 100" list, an annual listing of privately held growth companies that represent the future of IP communications.
"Since its inception, BroadVoice has focused on developing and deploying its open access Voice over IP (VoIP) communications network. With our 'bring your own device' plans, customers can choose from the broadest possible selection of VoIP communication gear, including IP
phones, soft phones and phone systems - or their existing phone," said Gene Cornfield, spokesman for BroadVoice. "They can pick whichever device works best for them. Our open access network is an important reason why we've been named to the pulver 100."
"The pulver 100 identifies who we at pulver.com believe to be the top privately held growth companies in the worldwide communications sector," said Jeff Pulver, publisher of the list. "2005 has been an amazing year for VoIP - and the companies named in the pulver 100 have made significant contributions, by helping to spread IP communications
worldwide with little or no dependence on traditional telephone network, equipment, or service providers. This year's pulver 100 continue to represent the future of the communications ecosystem, and we're proud to honor them."