VoIP Solutions, IP Telephony and Unified Communications: What`s Hot in Unified Communications, VOIP for 2010

By Jeffrey Burt  |  Posted 2009-12-11 Email Print this article Print
With enterprises looking for ways to save money, demand for unified communications and VOIP technologies is expected to grow rapidly. Gartner is predicting the unified communications and collaboration market will reach $7.4 billion by the end of the year, a 22 percent jump over 2008, and that HD-based video meeting solutions will replace 2.1 million airline seats annually by 2012, at a cost of $3.5 billion to the travel and hospitality industry every year. A host of companies, from Microsoft, IBM and Cisco Systems to Siemens Enterprise Communications, Alcatel-Lucent and Avaya, are looking for ways to expand their reach in the field. To help getter a better look at this market, eWEEK spoke to Paul McMillan, director of UC technical vision and strategy at the office of Siemens' CTO. McMillan said the key to UC is enhancing the collaborative environment.

What's Hot in Unified Communications, VOIP for 2010

by Jeffrey Burt
What's Hot in Unified Communications, VOIP for 2010

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