Hybrid tech fuels Cox's VoIP plans

April 2005
CED;Apr2005, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p10
Trade Publication
Reports that Cox Communications Inc. is using a hybrid switch from Nortel Networks Corp. to migrate its existing circuit-switched telephony markets to a platform based on Internet Protocol (IP) technology in the United States. Advantages of the IP softswitch; Markets wherein Cox uses circuit-switched technology; Estimated number of Cox's telephony subscription.


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