Four Flavors of Fixed Mobile Convergence

Apr 01, 2009

Download Fixed mobile convergence is coming, but different implementations are being proposed. Some combine Wi-Fi and cellular and transparently hand off calls between the two environments, while others depend solely on cellular service. Most implementations have employed servers that are under the control of the enterprise, but some cellular carriers are introducing network-based FMC services. In the current economic environment, any investment is subject to close scrutiny, but an FMC deployment has the potential to pay for itself in reduced cellular charges. This presentation focuses on four versions of FMC so you can see the widest range of technical options and associated business cases, and gives you an understanding of the most cost-effective way to bind your wired and wireless connectivity more closely together, as well as the business case for doing so.


VoiceCon Orlando 2009