Trends in VoIP Peering

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VoIP peering is the exchange of traffic between IP-based service providers. There are several models for peering and for the services offered by peering providers. In this research service, Frost & Sullivan examines the benefits of peering for IP-based service providers, discusses ENUM registries and the role of registrars and market direction. Market participants are profiled.

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Trends in VoIP Peering, The Market for VoIP Peering ServicesMarket ComponentsExecutive SummaryIntroductionWhat Constitutes Peering?To Peer or Not to PeerEconomics and StandardsEnterprise PeeringPeering RelationshipsPlatform ProvidersUsers of Peering ServicesMarket DirectionSelected Market ParticipantsArbinet-FiberNet-Global CrossingInfiniRoute-Neustar-PacketExchangeStealth Communications-Switch and Data-TelXXConnect




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