TMC, HD Voice News Join Forces to Publish First Comprehensive Report on the Market for Opportunity for HD Voice Technology and Services
NORWALK, Conn. -- (April 7, 2011) -- Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC) and HD Voice News today announced the publication of 'HD Voice 2011: Critical Mass,' the first comprehensive research report covering the rapidly growing use of wideband voice.
The use of HD voice is expected to grow significantly over the next three years as service providers such as Cincinnati Bell, Comcast, France Telecom, and Verizon offer the technology to business, residential, and wireless customers. Already, 17 mobile carriers have either operational service or announced plans for HD voice in Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and North America.
'HD Voice 2011: Critical Mass' is based upon two years of accumulated research and dialogue with services providers, network equipment vendors, and OEM suppliers. The report documents a wide ecosystem of products and services delivering HD voice in the real world today. It discusses the trends for the proliferation of HD voice in markets around the world and obstacles that remain for ubiquitous wideband availability.
Among the report's key findings--
--The cable industry has done its homework for wideband deployment. Comcast is expected to be the first large North American service provider to deploy residential HD voice, perhaps starting trials as early as the end of 2011.
--Verizon is emerging as a key leader for HD voice in the business and wireless arenas.
--Tier 1 providers are starting to address the need for ubiquitous SIP peering for enabling HD voice and video but Layers 8 and 9 -- Money and Politics -- continuing to be the biggest obstacles.
--17 mobile carriers have operational or announced plans to deploy HD voice services at publication time (March 2011).
'Working with TMC to deliver this report to the IP communications community has been a joy,' said Doug Mohney, editor-in-chief of HD Voice News. 'Everyone has exceeded my expectations. The company is a great marketing and e-commerce partner to work with.'
This report should be read by anyone with a stake in delivering voice services--
--Broadband, mobile, cable service providers
'As the market for HD voice services grows, so do the questions amongst providers and end users. This report provides answers to those critical questions, helping to clarify the opportunity on all sides of the business model,' said Dave Rodriguez (News - Alert), TMC's president.
'TMCnet is the leading resource for communications and technology news and analysis. Providing this report to our readers is a natural extension of the information delivered every day by our team of editors,' added Rodriguez.
Available exclusively through TMC's website, 'HD Voice 2011: Critical Mass' can be purchased online for $495.00. A multi-site license for corporations is available at $2495. The URL for online purchase is http://www.tmcnet.com/voip/ip-communications/.
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Edited by Janice McDuffee