CMA calls IP conference


CMA calls IP conference

Antony Savvas

The Communications Management Association is holding a conference to help companies adopt new IP-based technologies, such as voice over IP and IP virtual private networks.

The conference, called IP for Business Advantage, will take place in London on 11 April, and includes analysts, users and key industry suppliers.

Companies are increasingly using IP technologies to allow their voice traffic to travel over internet connections. By avoiding the public switched telephone network, they get free or cheaper voice calls.

Topics for discussion at the conference include reasons for IP adoption and return on investment, preparing for voice and data convergence, deploying IP contact centres, integrating voice over IP and extending legacy systems, best practice for managing IP networks, IP security and IP branch exchanges.

More details on the conference are available at:

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