The Next Generation Communications Market: A Look Ahead - Communications Solutions


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A new report from Zion Market Research looks at next generation communications technology's market ahead from LTE Advanced to 5G.
SIP enables a variety of value-added features for traditional IP-enhanced PBXs as well as next-generation IP PBXs.
Virtual office needs communications to live, and a new effort between nexVortex and Ecessa delivers new value in communications.
There are two main ways to protect your electronic devices. One is physical protection, as in keeping your laptop or smartphone from being stolen. The second is cyber protection.
Too many companies are settling for mediocre and even bad voice quality when it comes to business telephony and even conferencing. New technologies are clearly required to stem the problem.
To avoid VoIP call quality being affected by latency, it's worth it for companies of all sizes to work through a VoIP wholesaler that can help them pick the right solution for the company's infrastructure, budget and needs.
Unified communications company General Communication Inc. (GCI) has acquired Freedom Communications and boosted its annual revenues in the process.
At CES 2017, Nokia and T-Mobile will show off some new next generation communications developments that get LTE speeds into the gigabit range.
The phone number is playing an increasingly valuable and important role in enterprise communications, offering critical data and call accounting metrics to businesses.

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