GRAVE danger?

Brown, Karen
February 2005
CED;Feb2005, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p20
Trade Publication
Focuses on the struggle of circuit-switched telephony, the technology that gave cable operators an entry to voice service, against being pushed aside for the latest technology, voice-over-Internet Protocol. Charter Communications Inc.'s constant bitrate telephony market; Inclusion of customer premise equipment in the switched system; Sunflower Broadband's cable operation with a circuit switched architecture in Lawrence, Kansas; Support for constant bitrate from Tellabs.


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