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VoIP Service Providers Resource

VoIP Service Providers Resource brings you the latest and greatest information about this new emerging technology.

Wireless VoIP

Wireless VoIP has at last penetrated the business market. Wireless VoIP over LAN or WLAN is becoming increasing popular in the corporate setting and is in use by many companies today. The attraction for wireless VoIP is in the mobility it provides.

According to a study by Cisco systems, the average employee spends 40% of his time away from his desk. As a result, seven of every 10 calls end up in voicemail, and employees then spend one and a half hours per day leaving and returning voicemail messages. In this scenario it makes sense for employees to use mobile phones in their offices and while on the move. The same wireless VoIP phones (and same extension number) can travel with the employee not only throughout the workplace but also when traveling for business. The only requirement is a WiFi hotspot nearby.

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Many hospitals have turned to wireless VoIP since the medical staff is often dispersed between floors or in different sections of the same building. Pagers have proven to be less-than-adequate and the staff may interrupt their activities in order to find the person they need. In this scenario, wireless VoIP makes perfect sense. Staff can communicate with one another quickly, efficiently and while on the run. Employees spend far less time tracking each other down and more time doing the real work.


Some of the major long distance phone companies are starting to realize that wireless VoIP is for real and they need to stay relevant or perish. Sprint, for instance, has signed up with Intel to provide solutions for IEEE 802.16e WiMAX mobile technology, which can provide high-capacity wireless broadband coverage and services throughout metro areas.

The immediate future of wireless VoIP, though, will lay in the current development of hybrid GSM-wVoIP mobile phones that can roam freely between the two different technologies providing the greatest cost savings and mobility to the consumer. These dual-purpose phones are already in use. They select a WiFi hotspot when one is available for wireless VoIP; when none is available a GSM network connection like Telephone Systems International is chosen. This need provides a natural partnership between cell phone and VoIP hardware, software and service companies to provide the best possible services to the consumer.

Market research firm ABI Research has forecasted that dual mode cellular / wVoIP-enabled handsets will surpass 50 million by 2009. For the average worker this may mean that they can use the same handset phone for cheap calls while inside the home or inside the workplace through the home or office wireless VoIP networks and while outside the home use the cellular feature of the same phone without worrying about coverage. No matter what, though, wireless VoIP is part of the bright future when it comes to user mobility. For more information, see the wVoIP page.



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