Lippis III, Nicholas J.
May 2006
Bank Technology News;May2006, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p31
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the three phases of Internet Protocol (IP) Telephony. The first phase was one of experimentation of voice over IP transport and propriety communicating signaling built on a Personal Computing platform. The second phase is largely a replacement for legacy voice services with favorable return of investment. The third phase, on the other hand, is based upon a value proposition of strategic value versus economic efficiency.


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