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SIP TrunkingEvolution in Enterprise Communications

Next Wave in Enterprise Communication Landscape Will Facilitate Unified Communications

  • Research Code : 9ABB-00-08-00-00
  • SKU : TE00200-SA-MR_01309
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  • Release Date : 02-Sep-2015
  • Region : South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
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SIP Trunking is an emerging technology that can pave the way for unified communications and get rid of expensive, less flexible traditional ISDN connections. This enables huge cost savings by converging voice and data services over a single network. Trends such as BYOD, the Digital India dream of the government, spectrum advancements, the unified communications goal, and growing overseas expansion of Indian enterprises would be the main drivers of SIP services in India. This study discusses the evolution, growth trends, benefits, drivers, restraints and challenges in the adoption of SIP trunking in enterprises in India. It provides a market revenue forecast for the period 2015 to 2021.
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