Authored on: Jun 03, 2013
Enterprises have committed to IP telephony, and completing the conversion to VoIP is just a matter of time and money. VoIP equipment sales surpassed TDM in 2003, and Infonetics projects that 89% of worldwide enterprise voice lines will be IP-PBX based for calendar year 2008. However, while IP telephony is moving into its second decade with enormous momentum, most users are still waiting for full convergence and voice-enabled applications. Increased network efficiencies have been the primary benefit of IP telephony to date as enterprises struggle with infrastructure and organizational issues. These first-generation benefits have been considerable, but the focus is now shifting to converged applications, with the initial spotlight on Unified Communications (UC).
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