Vittore, Vince
September 2005
Telephony;9/19/2005, Vol. 246 Issue 17, p28
Trade Publication
Discusses the features and applications of voice-over Internet protocol (VoIP). Provision of seamless communications from the desktop to the wireless service; Primary benefit of VoIP; Ability of VoIP to converge networks; Incentive for the telecommunication industry to sell VoIP applications.


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