There are 6 names in this directory beginning with the letter V.
The Voluntary Control Council for Interference by Information Technology Interference (Japan) (http://www.vcci.or.jp/vcci_e/index.html)
A service offered by cable companies which is a means of viewing content that is outside the boundaries of its daily televised offerings. VOD content consists of recently aired television programs and library content, which is usually movies or programs that have not recently been aired. There are three models of VOD content - free VOD, Pay-Per-View, where the user pays an individual fee per program or event, and subscription VOD, where the user pays a flat fee for access.
Voice Over Internet Protoco - Voice telephony services delivered over network infrastructures using the Internet Protocol.
A VoIP phone is a telephone set designed specifically for use in a voice over IP (VoIP) system by converting standard telephone audio into a digital format that can be transmitted over the Internet, and by converting incoming digital phone signals from the Internet to standard telephone audio. A VoIP phone allows the user to take advantage of VoIP technology without involving a personal computer, although an Internet connection is required.
Very Small Aperture Terminal - Small earth stations with a satellite dish usually 4-6 feet in diameter used to receive high speed data transmissions; can also transmit slow-speed data.
Vietnam Television (http://www.vtv.org.vn/en/)