Podcast: VoIP, Unified Communications Continue Making Progress

A trio of trends -- the desire for hosted services, the efficiencies introduced by SIP trunking, and the use of IP as a home for a wide variety of applications and services -- is leading to great growth for the broad VoIP category, according to ABI Research's Subha Rama. (Podcast time: 25:10)

By Carl Weinschenk | Posted Nov 11, 2010
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VoIP-based enterprise communications platforms and services –  which include fixed mobile convergence (FMC), contact center infrastructure, IP/TDM PBXes, messaging and conferencing and collaboration – will produce revenues of $4.8 billion by 2015, said Subha Rama, the Senior Analyst in ABI Research's Enterprise Communications Research Group.

Rama told Site Editor Carl Weinschenk that business VoIP is driven by three trends: The growth of hosted providers, the growth of Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunking, and the coalescing of telecommunications applications on IP networks.

 Subha Rama on VoIP and UC: [swf file="http://vid.itbe.com/ctoedge/abi1111.mp3"]

 

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