Australia - NGN - IP Telephony and IP Centrex

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Last updated: 1 Apr 2005 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 7

Analyst: Paul Budde

Synopsis

This report was archived in April 2005. It is very difficult to make a precise distinction between VoIP and IP telephony. A line could possibly be drawn between VoIP as an application on a next generation network (at present this is mainly limited to corporate networks, but soon it will apply to residential broadband networks also) and IP-based technologies that are used to replace the old PABX systems (IP Centrex). However, the boundaries are definitely blurred, and this report, therefore, needs to be seen next to our VoIP reports.

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