Most At Least Trying IP-Telephony

March 2006
Business Communications Review;Mar2006, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p6
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the percentage of companies using the Internet protocol (IP)-telephony in the U.S. The use if IP-telephony ranges from small tests to complete deployments. Data reveals that 95 percent of the companies in Europe, Middle East and Africa applies IP telephony and 60 percent in the Asia-Pacific region. A survey was conducted using five strategies of IP-telephony including none use, fully deployed, testing with a few users and deployed to some locations.


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