Atlantic-ACM to Present the Dragon Market: VoIP Opportunities in China 2007-2011 at Voice Peering Forum Spring 2007

New York, NY, February 21, 2007 --( Atlantic-ACM and Stealth Communications are pleased to announce the “The Dragon Market: VoIP Opportunities in China 2007 – 2011” session at the Voice Peering Forum Spring 2007. The session will be held on Wednesday March 7th at 5:15pm in the Miami Beach Resort & Spa.

Based on the newly published Atlantic-ACM report “The Dragon Market: VoIP in China 2007-2011", this session will cover forecasts for several different types of VoIP, the underling drivers of VoIP adoption, the regulatory landscape, key statistics about the telecom market, and discussion about wireline, wireless, 3G, and other telecom services in China.

China’s telecom industry, fueled by GDP growth of eight- to 10-percent over the next five years, will continue to grow on all fronts. The total number of Chinese broadband subscribers will be 144 million by 2011, and paid VoIP services adoption will dovetail with broadband growth, according to The Dragon Market: VoIP in China 2007 - 2011.

Currently, VoIP in China is defined as any call transformed or converted to IP at any point during its transmission (“IP Inside”), including calls made with special IP calling cards. In the U.S., VoIP calls are commonly defined as either initiating or terminating via VoIP endpoints. “ATLANTIC-ACM’s new forecast for China reveals that for the latter type, the total number of subscribers will rapidly grow to 70 million, provided that China, as is expected this year, eases its restrictions on VoIP termination to the public switched telephone network (PSTN),” said Charlie Reed, ATLANTIC-ACM analyst covering the VoIP sector.

The Voice Peering Forum Spring 2007 is organized by Stealth Communications, Inc. and will be held in Miami Beach, Florida, USA March 7 – 9. The forum hosts experts from leading global companies to discuss the latest innovations, insights and business trends in VoIP & Peering. For information on this session, other topics and to register, please visit:

For information on Atlantic-ACM’s study, The Dragon Market: VoIP in China 2007-2011, visit

Charlie Reed
Jinci Liu
Managing Director
Stealth Communications, Inc.