Looks like ZyXel is all set to launch a couple of new VoIP related gizmos. First up is their new gateway ZyXel P-2302R which has two built-in standard phone jacks, which means you can have two different phone numbers on different ports. One for New York, one for San Francisco. And then you can be truly bicoastal. Actually a lot of companies are beginning to offer these twin port ATAs or gateways. The trick is trying to make it all work with a single old style cordless phone. ZyXel’s product I am waiting for is their next VoFi handset. (Please don’t use the phrase without giving credit!) I have used their first handset for a while, and while good looking device, it has some issues. (Read my review here) Still, the new Prestige 2000W v2 VoIP Wi-Fi phone, has been designed to pass off as a cellular phone (circa 1990, but what the hell!) and supports SIP (Session Initiation Protocol), which interoperates with major SIP-based call servers, IP-PBXs and various VoIP client devices.