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Welcome to the IP Communications channel, sponsored by AireSpring, an award winning provider of fully managed next generation voice, data, MPLS, SIP trunking and conferencing solutions.

IP Communications refers to the principle communications standard used for transmitting data across an internetwork using the Internet Protocol Suite. The IP Communications channel will focus on everything related to IP Communications from IP addressing and routing to reliability to addressing hosts and routing datagrams.

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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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Partnerships a Trend Among Global IP Communications Firms
IP communications has gone from a radical, forward-thinking technology that improved communications performance and cut costs, to a mainstream technology that is being adopted at a rapid clip and is one of the megatrends of the past 15 years.

Flexible Connectivity a Must for IP Communications
The Internet of Things (IoT), machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, and bring your own device (BYOD) initiatives are being integrated into organizations to improve operational efficiency and increase productivity across many different industries. Connecting all these devices requires a network that is able to communicate effectively with all of the assets the organization has in place. It is therefore essential to have a flexible communication platform able to scale on demand while at the same time managing many different applications.

BYOD Management Made Easier with IP Communications
When BlackBerry phones hit the market, businesses rushed to dole them out to their workforce as a means to stay working while on the go. As devices got smarter, the idea of putting devices in the hands of employees became a rather expensive thing to do. While these gadgets were likely reserved for upper management and those higher up the corporate ladder, purchasing, maintaining and keeping these things secure became an IT headache that put a dent in the communications budget.

UK SMEs Increasingly Moving to Outsourced IT Infrastructure
On-premises IT infrastructure is one of the largest expenditures an organization takes on, and the smaller the enterprise the bigger the burden becomes in trying to fund this critical component in today's business environment. While in the past the only option was an on-premises infrastructure, today companies can outsource different components of their IT needs and still deliver the same quality IP communications service to their customers.

Is an All-IP Transition Imminent?
The move to migrate communications to an all-IP network from a legacy system is one of the most talked about debates in telecom these days. There are many parties that fall on either side of the argument, but the main benefit touted by industry professionals is the hypercompetitive environment an all-IP future holds.

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