VoIP to benefit from higher broadband speed

31 December 2007

Experts are predicting that VoIP telephony solutions stand to benefit from advances in the UK's broadband network.

Internet Service Providers' Association (ISPA) said that as demand for
high-quality online TV grows, broadband providers will increasingly
warm to the idea of upgrading their connections.

Countries such
as South Korea, France and Germany have already begun investing in
ultra-fast 100 megabit broadband networks, capable of streaming up to a
dozen high-definition TV channels.

And with the industry regular
Ofcom warning that the UK economy stands to suffer if it cannot keep up
with the pace, the ISPA says the benefits of faster connections will
ripple throughout the wider industry into filesharing, gameplay and IP
telephony sectors.

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