Is There A Place For Voice And Video In Service Oriented Architectures?

Silver, Brian
February 2006
Business Communications Review;Feb2006, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p54
Trade Publication
This article argues that voice and video communications ought to be integrated into the enterprise's plans for its emerging service oriented architecture. In a service-oriented architecture, information systems are designed in such a manner that elements are interdependent to each other. SOA is indeed efficient and flexible since the service are implemented in the service level. It is applicable to various services including voice and video communications. Making telephone private brand exchanges reachable by SOA applications is vital step towards making the telecommunications system both a publisher of and subscriber to services in the larger enterprise infrastructure. INSET: The PSTN Is An SOA.


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