Two fundamental problems preclude the unconstrained scalability of voice over Internet Protocol networks to a large-population base along with guaranteed “industrial grade” service levels, NewsFactor says.

“The first problem is lack of de facto intrinsic quality of service in many IP networks, both at the carrier and enterprise levels,” NewsFactor reports. “The second problem relates to end-to-end integrity of the VoIP signaling and bearer paths.”

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