Speculation over Vonage's IPO plans is beyond swirling; it's a rolling boil. So for armchair CEOs watching the VoIP space closely, it's fast becoming an edge-of-your seat experience.
Vonage is reportedly putting in the finishing touches on a public offering hoped to garner something on the order of $600 million. That's not bad for a company that already secured $400 million from the VC market.
Rich Tehrani over at TMCNet opines on what will happen to the VoIP market if Vonage is successful in becoming a billion dollar baby.
CRM Buyer has another article on the subject which questions whether all this money-raising is in an effort to groom itself for acquisition.
IPInferno contributor and CMP Advanced IP Pipeline overlord Paul Kapustka is placing his bet that Vonage will be acquired prior to the IPO.
There are days when covering the ins and outs of the VoIP market is a lot like watching a smashmouth hockey match. This is most certainly one of them.