Wednesday, 14 September 2005

The VoIP Advantage

Technology analyst and Supernova organiser, Kevin Werbach, has been writing for a while about the impact of wireless and VoIP technology.

I like the ideas in his VoIP-for-dummies article from this month’s Harvard Business Review, titled Using VoIP to Compete. It reflects my own thoughts on VoIP that the long-term value of VoIP won’t be about cheap long distance calls, but will be about using next generation networks for competitive advantage.

Werbach provides a good overview of VoIP from a business perspective and explains why he believes that unlike earlier telecommunications innovations, like the telegraph, VoIP “will become more strategically overtime”.

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1 comment:

  1. Anonymous8:21 am

    Big bid for Skype
    In a deal worth $2.6 billion, online auctioneer eBay has added Skye's Net phone service to assets that include and PayPal.
    It's so cool to be here - programy


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