Phil Hill is an experienced entrepreneur in the Internet space and has spent over 10 years building and developing businesses, including start-ups and established operations. Now co-founder and president of Vocalocity, a hosted PBX provider for micro enterprises, he was a co-founder at Netzip, which was sold to Real Networks in January 2000 for $267 million after it created the de facto standard for downloading media files on the Internet. After the sale he assumed the role of VP Marketing at MusicNet, a wholly owned subsidiary of Real Networks, where his team innovated some of the first legally deployed music subscription services which are now in use by Microsoft, AOL and Yahoo.
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