Unified Messaging Services DEFINITION: Hyperconnectivity is a state of unified communications (UC) in which the traffic-handling capacity and bandwidth of a network always exceed the demand. The number of communications pathways and nodes is much greater than the number of subscribers. All devices that could conceivably benefit from being connected to a network are in fact connected.In the ultimate hyperconnected infrastructure, electronic
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UNIFIED MESSAGING DEFINITION (continued): and computer devices of all kinds can communicate among each other to whatever extent each individual user desires. Such devices can include: Personal computers (PCs) Personal digital assistants (PDAs) MP3 devices Cellular telephones Television receivers Personal radios Global positioning system (GPS) receivers Digital cameras and other video devices Virtual reality (VR) and telepresence systems Fixed and mobile robots Radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags Motor vehicles, boats and aircraft Medical devices Industrial, farm and ranch equipment Common home appliances.The term Unified Messaging definition sponsored by SearchUnifiedCommunications.com, powered by WhatIs.com an online computer dictionary
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