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Voice Over Wireless LAN: A Heavenly Union?
Voice over wireless LAN is logical, cost-effective, and convenient some are even hailing it as a "killer app." This report defines the performance and equipment requirements for business-grade voice over wireless LAN, and identifies solutions to the inherent problems of the 802.11 protocols when running real-time services. The Insider also analyzes the strategies of the most important startups and publicly listed vendors in the market.
Voice Over Wireless LAN: A Heavenly Union? defines business-grade voice over wireless LAN in terms of performance and equipment requirements and identifies solutions to the inherent problems of the basic 802.11 wireless LAN protocols. Use the links below to sample extracts from the report:
Table of contents (1103toc.pdf)
A wide range of enterprise networking vendors are active in the voice over wireless LAN market, according to this market positioning matrix. (1103mtrx.pdf)
The background and financial position of the leading voice over wireless LAN startups are summarized in this table. (1103stup.pdf)
Public equipment vendors analyzed in this report:
Avaya Inc. (NYSE: AV); Cisco Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: CSCO); Motorola Inc. (NYSE: MOT); NEC America Inc.; Nortel Networks Corp. (NYSE/Toronto: NT); Proxim Corp. (Nasdaq: PROX); SpectraLink Corp. (Nasdaq: SLNK); Symbol Technologies Inc. (NYSE: SBL)
Private equipment vendors analyzed in this report:
Airespace Inc.; AirFlow Networks Inc.; Kineto Wireless Inc.; Meru Networks Inc.; TeleSym Inc.; Vocera Communications Inc.
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