The telecommunications industry has come a long way in 25 years. Soon, PSTN (public switched telephone network) communication systems could become obsolete and go the way of the dinosaur. Today, VoIP (voice over internet protocol) is rapidly becoming the de facto standard for business communications on IP networks for the 21st century.
Amir Zmora, independent consultant at TheNewDialTone and vice president of Alliances & Partnerships at AudioCodes recently described the impact of WebRTC (web real-time communication) on UC (unified communications)on the Upperside Conferences blog as “bringing all your communication channels to one screen” where WebRTC takes this one step further:
“It creates more islands of communication as it makes it easy to add UC capabilities in other applications – business applications, customer care, team collaboration, and verticals.” –Amir Zmora
The e-book below features VoIP history, UC (unified communications) drivers and trends, and the potential future of WebRTC.
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