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ooma systems have been in use for the past few months by "hundreds of consumers" participating in the company’s beta testing program. The company said that its network has handled "more than 325,000 calls" to date.

Founded in 2005, privately-held ooma manufactures digital voice appliance using a new technology that transforms telecom services from being service-oriented to device-oriented. The company has numerous patents pending and is headquartered in Palo Alto, California.

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