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Sunday, November 28, 2004Ellen Muraskin of eWeek, has a fast read recap of 2004 and VoIP developments in 2004. Excerpts from her article:
The major telecom vendors have pledged their compliance with the SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) signaling standard and continued on that road, with more and more beginning to implement the presence aspect of SIP into their phone systems. This meant that PBX players, large and small, either built or OEMed servers that integrated buddy-status-conscious instant messaging with voice and video calling.She calls into question the enterprise market and asks where the future lies drawing out the need for the ability to cross connect multiple networks. This would enable companies like Stealth Communications perfectly poised for this type of effort. It also means that technologies like MPLS from Cisco and others will be rolled out to maintain the QoS and deliver the services that already work in the PSTN/PBX world correctly.
One example is Caller ID. When a call originates from CallVantage line from an SBC landline or T-Mobile mobile phone all works perfectly. However, there are issues about call origin location details.Something as simple as how the signaling data moves will be important. US enteprises and by extension the world shall begin to embrace VoIP as these things are put in order. |
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