Internet Telephony

  title={Internet Telephony},
  author={Henning Schulzrinne},
  booktitle={The Practical Handbook of Internet Computing},
  • H. Schulzrinne
  • Published in
    The Practical Handbook of…
  • Computer Science, Business
Internet Telephony is a powerful and economical communication options by combination of the telephone networks and data networks. The ability to use IP network to carry traditional telephone traffic brings both challenges and opportunities to all the long-distance telephone service companies and their resellers. Although a lot of difficulties exist, from technology to social issues, few people doubt that it will bring a great change in communication field and bring a new huge market. Other… 
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