Framework for a highly extensible IP telephony system


Cheah, Thomas (2003) Framework for a highly extensible IP telephony system. Networking and Communication.

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The basic concept of IP telephony is the transmission of voice data across the IP network. IP based network is packet-switched, thus it does not have to maintain a dedicated connection throughout the duration of each session, as in the case of most circuit-switched network used to connect most of traditional phones around the world. IP network minimizes the time that a connection is maintained between two systems, which reduces the load on the network. The prime advantage of this is cost saving, which is also the main reason that brought IP telephony under the spotlight of telecommunication world. According to a study done by Sage Research on the year 2000, more than one half of large enterprise organizations have or will deploy IP telephony in the next 12 months and nearly half of small and medium organizations will do the same. [1] Providing IP telephony services is only one small part of our system. The main idea of our system is to develop various services around the IP phone. This will allows it to be more than just a communication device. These services are highly extensible. New services can be developed and added into the system at anytime, without having to rebuild and redeploy the whole system. This is what makes our system unique from the rest that are currently on the market.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: T Technology > T Technology (General)
Depositing User: Ms Suzilawati Abu Samah
Date Deposited: 20 Dec 2013 03:24
Last Modified: 20 Dec 2013 03:25


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