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The Internet of Talk - The Future of Voice Communications

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Telephony is the lifeblood of the telecom industry. But that blood has been getting thinner in recent years, as alternative modes of communication, as well as Internet-based providers of basic calling-type services, have grown at the expense of ordinary phone minutes.

And while mobile telephony has extended communications to billions around the world, it has recently faced an
additional challenge. The arrival of 4G and all-IP connectivity has prompted a replacement of legacy circuit-telephony infrastructure with VoIP, and specifically VoLTE. This has been a complex transition and is still ongoing.

But simply replacing old phone networks with newer IP based ones is not enough.

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Integration of IoT and Communications - Disruptive Analysis

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This paper by Dean Bubley, the founder of Disruptive Analysis, explores emerging intersections between IoT and real-time communications. It frames and segments the use cases, and examines the opportunity for telecom-type services, especially where enabled by NFV and cloud-based IoT services platforms. The reduced cost and greater flexibility of such platforms may transform telcos’ M2M business units, and enable the emergence of other service providers focused on IoT. We may see new MVNO and PaaS players emerge, taking advantage of more flexible infrastructure. IMS may itself move beyond its SIP roots, to embrace a wider diversity of IP “sessions” and M2M messaging functionality.

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Accession Communicator datasheet

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With the advent of the "always-on" workforce and the proliferation of cost-effective smartphones and tablets, mobile devices are increasingly becoming informal, portable extensions of the business communications infrastructure. Now you can solidify this relationship with Accession Communicator.

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