- Language: English
- 166 Pages
- Published: March 2011
- Region: World
The True Cost of Voice Over IP - As VOIP Becomes Mainstream, Costs Level Out, Benefits Increase
- Published: June 2010
- Region: North America
- 18 Pages
- Nemertes Research
The majority of companies are doing something—ranging from pilots to full deployments—with Voice Over IP. At the same time, nearly 80% of IT professionals say it’s vital to build a business case for any technology deployment, particularly given macro-economic problems, reduced IT budgets, and smaller IT staffs. It’s often difficult to build the business case, though, since it’s hard to judge how much implementation and ongoing operations will cost prior to actually deploying the technology. VOIP represents a new paradigm for real-time communications—it’s different from expanding TDM by adding a new PBX or a network with new routers.
For six years, Nemertes has tracked how much companies spend on their IP telephony deployments within the LAN and VOIP across the WAN. This paper reviews the latest deployment trends and costs associated with VOIP for midsize and large rollouts.
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