Using Voice over IP (VoIP) in Mobile Networks
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While the technology that supports VoIP has been present since the mid-1990s, the ability to quickly alternate between VoIP and circuit-switched networks has come into prominence in the last few years. Smartphones, by adopting a method of fixed mobile convergence (FMC), can use any available connection, Internet or otherwise to complete voice and video calls.

And while the benefits of FMC are readily apparent, the future of mobile telecommunications is the 4G network, where all voice and data transfers will be handled via the Internet connection. Access this white paper for a full history and overview of the current mobile communications landscape. Prepare your organization for a full shift in the way communications are processed.

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