By 2007 more than 50% of telecoms expect VOIP to constitute more than 50% of traffic

Over 50% of the telecoms, surveyed by Heavy Reading said more than 50% of their voice traffic would be IP by 2007, with relatively little difference expected between VoIP in core networks and in access networks. More than 75% said their company had already deployed VoIP in some part of its network, and within 12 months that figure will rise to almost 90%.

Over 50% of the telecoms, surveyed by Heavy Reading said more than 50% of their voice traffic would be IP by 2007, with relatively little difference expected between VoIP in core networks and in access networks. More than 75% said their company had already deployed VoIP in some part of its network, and within 12 months that figure will rise to almost 90%. At the same time, over half of respondents said that less than 10% of traffic, in both access and core, was VoIP today.

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