Neustar capitalizes on the VoIP LNP opportunity

As more consumers cut the traditional POTS cord for a new VoIP service from an alternative player such as a cable operator or an over the top provider like Vonage (NYSE: VG), the need for efficient Local Number Portability (LNP) continues to be a pressing issue. One service provider that's helping ease that transition is Neustar, which serves as the administrator of the NPAC (Number Portability Administration Center). Samantha Bookman, Managing Editor for the Fierce Markets Wireline group, spoke with Steve Edwards, Neustar's senior vice president of carrier services, about VoIP LNP trends in this week's On the Hot Seat interview series. Read more...

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