24 September 2007

Digital voice

VoIP had bad press not so long ago, but now the bandwagon is gathering serious pace. Brian Tinham looks at what’s happening and what you need to know

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Brian Tinham

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3Com UK Limited
Avaya
Bailey Teswaine
Cisco Systems Ltd
Computer Associates
Exinda Networks
Meru Networks UK
Microsoft
Mitel Networks
Nortel
Panasonic Systems Networks Co UK Ltd
Siemens IT Solutions & Services Ltd
Verizon Business

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