VoWLAN Could Hit Mainstream

December 2004
Business Communications Review;Dec2004, Vol. 34 Issue 12, p6
Trade Publication
This article reports that according to a research by Infonetics Research Inc., business enterprises are planning to deploy voice over wireless local area networks (VoWLANs) in significant numbers. This research has found that more than a quarter of enterprises with WLANs expect to be running voice over those WLANs by mid-2006. According to Richard Webb, Infonetics' directing analyst for WLANs, there are several handset vendors who have launched Wi-Fi enabled VOIP handsets, and with draft standards for quality coming, performance of VoWLAN is improving all the time, driving growth of this market.


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