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Complications threaten to erupt on the back end of Internet telephony that could hold back cost savings for providers and ultimately dampen expectations for the much-hyped technology. reports CNET News.com For once I actually agree with some of the conclusions of this article. CNet takes a […]

Complications threaten to erupt on the back end of Internet telephony that could hold back cost savings for providers and ultimately dampen expectations for the much-hyped technology. reports CNET News.com For once I actually agree with some of the conclusions of this article. CNet takes a very hard and mature look at the technology and its teething problems, and what needs to be done inorder for things to gather momentum. “One can imagine simply taking IP traffic from one network to another,” Joe Aibinder, product marketing director for AT&T tells CNet and adds, “But there is more to it than that. You have to be using the same type of softswitch with the same software release.”

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