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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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."
Wheelings & Dealings: u-blox Acquires Antcor
Swiss u-blox, a provider of wireless and positioning semiconductors and modules for the automotive, industrial and consumer markets, announced that it has acquired Antcor. Founded in 2004, Antcor is a provider of software baseband IP for the communications and connectivity chip industry.
Slow Internet? IP Peering Could be the Answer
In order to fix the problems related to slow Internet speeds, the Depart of Science and Technology (DOST) states that IP peering among service providers might be the solution. IP peering allows Internet and data services providers to exchange data more efficiently by localizing foreign content and cutting down Internet traffic.
ARRIS Group's E6000 CER Selected by Multimedia Polska Group
ARRIS Group, Inc., an organization that provides IP, video and broadband technology solutions, recently announced that its E6000 Converged Edge Router (CER) has been selected by Multimedia Polska Group to upgrade its channel density and provide subscribers high-performance broadband service and an exceptional TV viewing experience.
Target Becomes an Authorized Distributor for Allworx Products
Target Distributing of Germantown, Md., a nationwide distributor of advanced technologies, including voice over IP solutions and datacom products is now authorized to offer the complete line of Allworx IP communications products, including IP phone and network systems.
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