Jeffery Pulver General Information
Mr. Jeffery Pulver is a Co-Founder & serves as Chairman at Zula. He was a Chairman at Zula. He was also the President and Chief Executive Officer at pulver.com and Pulvermedia Inc. He is a Co-Founder at the VON Coalition, Global IP Alliance, Vivox, Tello, iPeerX, and VoIP provider and a Co-founder at The Minutes Exchange, LibreTel, pulver innovations, Digisip, Free World Dialup, Vonage, and WHP Wireless. Mr. Pulver is the Founder of Spreadsheet Solutions Corp. and the Founder and Chairman of pulver.com. He is a globally respected and renowned visionary, thought leader, author, and entrepreneur with more than a decade of experience in Internet, IP communications, and innovation and is a "parallel entrepreneur". His blog is well read within the IP communications industry and in high-tech communities around the world. Mr. Pulver's expertise is widely utilized throughout the communications and Internet industries, which has now extended into the critical public policy arena, both nationally and internationally. In 2000, he launched pulverradio.com and in April 2001, founded Stepping Stone Records. Mr. Pulver founded Tello Corporation in 1994 and serves as a Director. He is the Chairman of WHP Wireless. and Pulvermedia. Mr. Pulver serves as a Member of the Advisory Board at Kayote Networks. and Summerhill Venture Partners (formerly BCE Capital). He has been a Member of the Advisory Board at FaceTime Communications since November 2003. Mr. Pulver is the publisher of Internet technology related research such as The Pulver Report and VON magazine, and creator of the industry standard Voice on the Net (VON) conferences, where all sectors of the IP communications come together to discuss, debate, and advance the industry and Presence and Instant Messaging (PIM) trade shows. In addition to his work with the FCC, he has testified before the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), the United States Congress, the National Association of Regulatory and Utility Commissioners (NARUC) as well as numerous federal and state agencies who have a growing interest in IP communications. Named by Business Week as one of their 2003 Tech Gurus, Mr. Pulver is an active angel investor committed to the future of IP communications and is featured often in the media as true expert in his field.