What is IP Communications
IP Communications is the phrase used to describe networks that use the IP protocol for voice and video traffic, or the principle communications standard used for transmitting data across an internetwork using the Internet Protocol Suite.
The IP Communications industry has seen its series of ebbs and flows over the years, particularly as trends like VoIP and video conferencing begin to become more ubiquitous. IP Communications is one the largest growing industries in the tech space and as the industry matures so too does the role of IP Communications.
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Net Neutrality Regulation Could Stunt Telecommunications Investment
Since the Federal Communications Commission began allowing public comment about the yet-unsolved issue of net neutrality, it has received millions of letters. The overwhelming consensus is that the public favors net neutrality and that many Internet service providers want to implement an Internet fast lane. According to one blogger, however, regulation of ISPs under Title II could lead to a lack of investment by telecommunications companies and therefore could greatly hurt the economy in the long run.
ANPI Brings New World Class Platform for Customer Lifecycle Management
Hosted Unified Communications solutions provider ANPI, recently launched its new world class platform, called Atlas. Officials said that Atlas offers full visibility into customer care as questions arise as well as process management from first quote to installation to customer care.
ANPI's Partnering Program Adds CNSG
The power of collaboration should be no surprise in today's working world. A company more than embracing this notion is ANPI, as it adds a new partner in Converged Network Services Group (CNSG). The pairing brings a faultless Unified Communications offering to the marketplace by combining ANPI VIP with CNSG's already thorough offering.
ZTE Partners With Blue Jeans Network
Cloud-based video conferencing helps companies in many ways. It brings the salient features of video conferencing at an affordable cost. This is because companies do not have to invest in hardware, infrastructure, and network is needed in large scale deployments.
Scotland Incorporates IP Communication as Part of Digital Strategy for Justice
As IP communications become more widespread with trends like VoIP and video conferencing becoming the norm, it is no surprise to see it put to legal use. Scotland's judicial branch is focusing on internal improvements to become more modern and efficient using digital solutions. The government published a short piece of literature entitled The Digital Strategy for Justice in Scotland, stating their main purpose is to provide "a modern, user-focused justice system which uses digital technology to deliver simple, fast and effective justice and value for money, across the full extent of administrative, civil and criminal justice."
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