Introduction


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Introduction
1010500 IntroductionThe two terms that make up the title of this book, carrier-grade and Voice over IP (VoIP), mean many things to many people, and each term may have several meanings depending on the context. Furthermore, many people might consider the two terms to be mutually exclusive, making the phrase "carrier-grade VoIP" an oxymoron. That used to be the case, but those days are over. The excitement that VoIP has generated and the resources that have been applied to developing technical solutions for VoIP have allowed it to become an accepted technology for making phone calls and the enabling technology for real-time conversational multimedia communications…
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Richard Swale; Daniel Collins,: Carrier-Grade VoIP, Third Edition. Introduction, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2014), AccessEngineering Export