Voice Over WLAN: The Current State
By Paul Robinson and David Yedwab
Published July 2007; Posted April 2008
VoWLAN technology is available and
deployable today with acceptable cost/benefit tradeoff for those enterprises
with strong in-building or on-campus needs for mobile voice communications. The
evolution of the market will only make such implementations more valuable in the
future. FMC, when broadly available, can use the already-deployed VoWLAN
infrastructure to provide great in-building capability with little incremental
investment, except for the handsets.
About the author:
Paul B. Robinson, PhD and David H. Yedwab are founding partners at Market Strategy and Analytics Partners.
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