TITLE

VoiceCon Fall -- For Your Network, Your Organization And Your Career

PUB. DATE
June 2005
SOURCE
Business Communications Review;Jun2005, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p2
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on the change in the enterprise IP-telephony and convergence market. All the major systems vendors now present IP-telephony products as their flagship offerings. Service providers are jumping in with network-based and hosted IP-telephony products and service offerings. IP-telephony can deliver features and functionality that are comparable and in some cases, superior to traditional TDM-based systems. As voice moves off a standalone network and morphs into an application riding the IP network, new players are coming to the fore, beyond companies like Cisco Inc., 3Com and ShoreTel that have already changed the landscape. Microsoft is delivering its Live Server, which seems to serve many of the same functions as a traditional PBX and can leverage the huge base of XP systems, each of which has an embedded SIP client just waiting to be turned on. Oracle is using VXML to put voice interfaces in front of its databases and offering message servers. IBM's Global Services is eager to help customers exploit VXML, and can deliver hosted voice services.
ACCESSION #
17296694

 

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