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The communications protocol SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) not only enables VoIP, but also other forms of realtime communications over the Internet.  The beauty of this protocol is that it facilitates “global connectivity:” everyone reachable anywhere, at anytime.  The true vision behind SIP was to bring the global business community together for collaboration, to improve productivity and generally help everyone work smarter, together.

I see global connectivity starting to happen in three steps: first, the adoption of SIP trunking, a technology that rapidly reduces communications costs by eliminating redundancies and making a connection between VoIP and the traditional telephony network (PSTN).  The next step is allowing remote workers to utilize their corporate VoIP, IM etc. Continue Reading...

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