August 22, 2013

Building the Next-Generation End-to-End IP Communications Architecture

As communications networks migrate to voice and video over IP, and as mobile networks upgrade to 4G, we're moving toward the day when IP is deployed ubiquitously as the native protocol for all communications. Having a common underlying protocol enables an explosion of new services, devices, and applications - including transformative services that are driven by enterprise workers from their roles as consumers. That's the good news. The bad news is that the "IP layer" is about all that the networks, services, and devices have in common. This paper, written by Eric Krapf (the Editor of No Jitter), outlines the IT architecture needed  to integrate these widely divergent elements. 

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The article is informative, easy to understand and complemented with useful charts. While the reader may not know each term or component, the overall concept is readily understood. Eric is an excellent writer that understands telecommunications.

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