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Research and Markets: forecasts for VoIP in Europe in 2010-2015

Research and Markets: forecasts for VoIP in Europe in 2010-2015
Enterprise ‘’Research and Market’’ has introduced the analytical report "VoIP In Western Europe: Opportunities & Forecasts, 2010-2015". General statements from this research could be summarized as follows: these users and consumers with innovative attitude to telecommunications services around the world are becoming more aware that it is very feasible to get massive savings on classical and traditional voice calls by migrating from wireline and mobile phone operators and availing themselves of a continuously enlarging sector of cheap services offered by low-cost telecoms providers.
Consequently, a huge portion of attention is now being paid to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technologies, as a very low-cost alternative to traditional fixed-line circuit-switched voice platforms. Due to general treatment of voice signals as highly compressed data packets in the IP environment, these digital packets can be transferred from one end-point to another at extremely high speeds and in synergy with other types of data. Much less infrastructure is required to support this process , so diminishing overall costs for everybody.

The advent of next-generation wireless technologies is marking a pivotal turning point in the fortunes of VoIP, potentially ensuring its use to grow up rapidly. Third- and fourth-generation mobile networks are now being deployed with great speed, even in emerging markets, allowing for faster kinds of exchange of complex voice and data packets. Simultaneously, advanced but quite affordable smart phones/mobile phones that are able to send and receive high-speed data communications are beginning to offer a real alternative to expensive fixed broadband accesses.

Once fixed broadband infrastructure in emerging markets set to remain available only on a restricted geographic basis hampered further by relatively expensive usage costs as well as the low penetration of sufficiently advanced PCs BMI believes that mobile platforms now deliver a tangible opportunity for VoIP to become a highly disruptive, if not outright totally dominant voice platform in the close future.

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