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Voice Technology Triumphs Telephony: Here’s Why

June 8, 2021

Via: No Jitter

For the longest time, those of us in the communications technology space have equated voice technology with telephony. This was certainly the case before the AT&T breakup of the Bell system in 1984 and continued for another 20 years until voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) emerged as the successor technology to time-division multiplexing (TDM). Since then, the balance has tilted irreversibly in VoIP’s favor, but until the cloud’s recent ascendancy, VoIP was predominantly about telephony. VoIP’s purpose was to provide a lower cost, more accessible form of voice communication – nothing more, nothing less.

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