As the era of traditional telephony draws to a close, the doors to the next generation in communications open. Chapter 1 of this 4-part e-book discusses electronic human voice communication and its importance in business today. It documents the underlying beliefs, philosophies, and observations of the future of telephony, and provides the basic concepts readers will need to guide them through the rest of the series.
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fully shift global telephony traffic to the Internet, the voice packets will be noticed and must pay their own way. VoIP is really more about the edge of the network. VoIP, in our definition, is a very visible, tangible thing and requires new devices and a change in the traditional ways of communicating. It requires PC-based agent software, SIP phones, or PDAs with VoIP capability, but is this not just a new way of providing dial tone? And, if so, and this author feels that it is, is there anything