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TCP/IP

Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol Informatics The suite of computer protocols and rules for exchanging packets of information over networks, including the Internet. See IP Number, Internet, UNIX.

transmission control protocol/internet protocol

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TCP/IP

The standard communication algorithm that governs and facilitates data transmission on the Internet and on many private computing networks.
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IP telephony started as a hobby for Internet surfers, who developed simple programs to allow them to talk to each other via Internet lines, but today several companies offer options for cutting costs by using IP telephony.
Others have invested millions on product development and marketing initiatives to migrate customers to IP telephony and this strategy is leading to a surge in IP phone and line shipments.
With an emphasis on capacity planning, service level agreement compliance, troubleshooting, performance trending, asset tracking and configuration management, Qovia is extending the scope of its pre-packaged solutions to meet the needs of growing IP telephony deployments.
Interestingly, AMI expects spending on IP telephony by small businesses (1-99 employees) in the region to overtake that of medium businesses in the next five years.
Specifically, SilverBack will support the following Cisco IP telephony products:
As IP telephony continues its rapid adoption in the enterprise, the demands on the IT managers charged with maintaining these phone systems increases significantly," said Qovia CEO, David Woodall.
Contestants were asked to provide a brief description of their company's IP PBX, IP Centrex or hosted IP telephony deployment, how the technology changed the way their company conducts business, and to share advice and pitfalls so that future implementers can learn from their experience.
Our surveys continue to show that IP telephony suffers from a perception problem, a root cause of which is in the failure of current tools and techniques for the configuration, deployment and management of QoS on the enterprise network," said Guthrie.
Cisco supports open, standards based architectures and shares a commitment to interoperable solutions with Clarus Systems, who has become an important player in the growing market for IP telephony testing and reporting," said Rick Tywoniak, marketing manager, Cisco IP Communications Business Unit.
VoiceCon Spring, now in its 16th year, is the leading conference and exhibition for enterprise voice, IP Telephony and convergence in North America.