wVoIP applications are targeted at mobile workers in wireless hotspots and wireless office networks.
the wVoIP industry, looking at consumer focused voice over WiFi (VoWiFi) services from Vonage as well as enterprise-class wVoIP solutions using Vocera badges or SpectraLink IP phones.
Skype, SkypeOut, SkypeIn, Vonage, AT&T CallVantage, Google Talk, the potential savings associated with moving all communications onto a single platform, gains in efficiency, and other key issues.
Although there is still a plethora of free wireless hotspots, public wireless Internet access is increasingly turning into a paid-access business. Wayport, a leading wireless internet access provider that charges for WiFi access in hotels and airports, recently announced passing the 2.5 million customer mark. The company plans to launch WiFi hotspots in select McDonald's restaurants across the country.
WiFi hotspots and wireless internet services are just the start of the wireless connectivity infrastructure investment that will be needed for true roaming coverage and a competitor to cellular mobile phone networks.
Wireless hotspot issues such as billing, security, client authentication, range, capacity, need to be resolved.
Vivato and BelAir Networks are working on WiFi technology which will change the way people think about the economics of hotspots.
With innovative wider-area WLAN, wireless hotspots will be able to span across entire enterprises and campuses.
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