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There's a reason that the VoIP market is expected to reach $86.2 billion by 2020 according to Future Market Insights: Both businesses and consumers are discovering that digital calling is not only cheaper than analog phone service, it also delivers more features.
Patton Electronics has already made a name for itself in several fields. Known for a range of equipment, from its SmartNode VoIP tools to its BODI rS high availability routers in both fixed and mobile, this company has put a lot of calcium into the backbone of voice over Internet protocol (VoIP). Now, it's made one more big step, announcing interoperability for Time Warner Cable's business-class session initiation protocol (SIP) trunk services.
There's a lot of information out there on why choosing a VoIP system is good for your business; it makes it easier for companies to employ more features in their phone systems, and the need for efficiency with lower costs within an organization is helping to drive the acceptance of VoIP globally. What's not often talked about are some of the common VoIP pitfalls; despite all the good an IP telephony system brings, decision makers need to look at the total picture and account for some of the mishaps, too.
When the American Registry for Internet Numbers depleted its IPv4 free pool on Sept. 24, 2015, the news quickly spread across the trade press: IPv4 is gone, and the time to transition to IPv6 is now.

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