VoiceCon Tidbits

Krapf, Eric
April 2007
Business Communications Review;Apr2007, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p12
Trade Publication
The article discusses issues the author encountered at a business communications conference. He notes that businesses have been slow to move from time division multiple access (TDM) private branch exchange telephone systems (PBX) to internet protocol PBXs. The author believes that building infrastructure is only the first step among many for businesses considering their own embedded wireless local area networks technology. It is also suggested that one of the benefits of internet telephony is that a user can plug into any Ethernet port on the network to make calls.


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