Wave Theory

Knight, Fred S.
April 2006
Business Communications Review;Apr2006, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p2
Trade Publication
The article reflects on the VoiceCon Spring exhibition for IP-telephony enterprise. It appreciated the products which it said are more stable and functional than those purchased by IP-telephony pioneers over the past four years and also there is a growing body of knowledge gleaned through hard experience that can be applied to the systems. It also talked on the available products from cabling and power, to testing and managing IP-telephony system. Security and wide area network performance products are also presented. It also announced the offering of VoiceCon Fall 2006 which will be held in San Francisco, California on August 21-24, 2006.


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