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IP Early Adopters: What They Learned

News | 02/01/2007 5:00 am EST

The first IP-PBX products started appearing in the mid-1990s, and hype around the technology grew quickly. By the late 1990s and early 2000s, pioneering telecom managers were beginning to implement IP telephony solutions, lured by promises of cost savings and amazing new applications. For organizations wrestling today with whether and when to migrate to IP, it may be instructive to know how those early adopters fared.

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