A Framework for Tracking Developments in Voice over IP


The emergence of voice applications over packet-switched networks (VoIP) as networking moves to a common Internet protocol foundation is of more than passing interest to higher education. We are probably at the very beginning of VoIP and some time in advance of a replacement of the public-switched telephone network (PSTN). This article contains a brief summary of the discussions that took place during a roundtable at the EDUCAUSE '99 conference and provides readers with a mechanism to obtain additional information and track the evolution of VoIP via happenings within Net@EDU.

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