Monday, August 14, 2006

Carriers Seek VoIP QoS Peers

Mark Sullivan writes on Light Reading:

Carriers are beginning to form peering arrangements by which they mutually honor each other's QOS requirements at the transport layer.

That's one of the findings of a new Heavy Reading report titled “VOIP Peering & the Future of Telecom Network Interconnection.”

“They need to go beyond VOIP peering to support their customers, principally their enterprise customers,” says John Longo, the Heavy Reading analyst who wrote the report. “They want to provide voice services as well as their own advanced applications end-to-end for their customers.”

More here.


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