The Wireless VoIP Buzz

Morse, Joni
March 2007
Wireless Week;3/15/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p22
Trade Publication
The article discusses issues surrounding wireless voice over Internet protocol (VoIP). Mobile VoIP are of two kinds, the most common uses high-speed IP communications with voice over Wi-Fi networks and the mobile VoIP that can be powered by a combination of session initiation protocol over 3G wireless broadband IP-capable networks. Network operators see mobile VoIP as a challenge to their biggest cash cow, voice. The article continues to discuss voice quality, mobility, investments in wired systems, and integration.


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