Traditional voice communications services are no longer dominant in the U.S.
It is increasingly clear that traditional voice telephony providers, known as incumbent local exchange carriers (ILECs), are no longer dominant in the provision of voice communications services.
Internet Protocol (IP) traffic in the United States is expected to nearly triple again from 2012 to 2017 continuing a rapid upswing, according to data from the Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI).
As service providers face the challenge of exponential bandwidth demands and the need to deliver new revenue streams, it is clear that we need to change how we design and build networks.
Consumers continue to drop telephone lines from traditional landline voice providers at a breathtaking pace, according the latest
Households are continuing to “cut the cord” of landline telephones and replace them with wireless voice service, according to
USTelecom today released a new analysis of state-level data on voice competition which shows that wi
State-Level Voice Competition Data Provide Additional Support for ILEC Non-Dominance By Patrick Brogan, Vice President of Industry Analysis
I had the privilege of attending the International Telecoms Week (ITW) conference and the i3 Forum Conference this week in Chicago.The major theme of both events was IPX!