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Mar 15

Mobile VoIP phones 'are adding more features'

A greater number of calling features are being added to mobile VoIP phones as the technology reaches maturity, reports Research and Markets.

In its newly added study, Global Mobile VoIP Solutions Market 2010-2014, the analyst explains that mobile VoIP phones have historically been used primarily for voice calling.

However, more visual elements - including full video-calling capabilities - are being added to many handsets by manufacturers.

Market growth in general is being driven by businesses keen to cut costs through the improved affordability offered by IP telephony solutions, Research and Markets adds.

Different regions may also be seeing a changing landscape within the sector itself - in particular due to mergers, acquisitions and consolidation.

The study is a TechNavio report, a specialist stream of analysis conducted by Infiniti Research Limited and republished by Research and Markets.

Its role is to provide competitive intelligence, customer knowledge, market insight and strategic information on an actionable basis to technology industry operators.

Source: Telappliant News: 2011-03-09