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VOWLANVoice over Wlan
VOWLANVoice Over Wireless Local Area Network
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VoFi Analyzer also provides comprehensive analysis of call roaming, a common problem-area with VoWLAN deployment.
According to analyst group, Frost & Sullivan, revenues for VoWLAN technologies in Europe will increase from a miniscule 36.6 million in 2004 to E1.99 billion in 2010 - a remarkable compound annual growth rate of 159%.
These VoWLAN SoC solutions significantly reduce overall system cost for OEMs because of extremely high levels of integration.
Leveraging voice over WLAN (VoWLAN) enables enterprises to reduce cellular expenses by as much as 60 percent, and avoid deploying costly, carrier-specific equipment to address poor cellular coverage.
The advent of dual-mode phones that can switch from the cellular network to the WLAN (also called fixed-mobile convergence) is expected to make voice-over-WLAN (VoWLAN) the norm in enterprise environments, as employees become more mobile, often communicating and accessing data from a single device.
Analysts are certainly divided on the size of the converged opportunity: Infonetics Research's latest survey into voice over wireless LAN (VoWLAN) found that 36% of respondents are planning implementations, up from 13% in 2003.
In logistics and healthcare verticals in particular, VoWLAN is already gaining momentum and will become widespread throughout the enterprise as VoIP and wireless LAN adoption continue.
The bridge enables designers to expand the Intel XScale[R] microarchitecture's native peripheral set to communicate with PCI-based peripherals such as Wi-Fi, Ultra Wideband and USB2.0 in applications such as handheld GPS, portable medical, VoWLAN PDAs and Smartphones.
MIPS Technologies, Inc., a provider of industry-standard processor architectures and cores for digital consumer and business applications, together with D2 Technologies, HelloSoft, RADVISION and Trinity Convergence, has announced a solution for multichannel VoIP applications, including VoIP residential gateways, IP phones, VoWLAN (Voice over Wireless LAN) phones and terminal adapters.
Motorola's rich heritage in designing and deploying two-way radio systems, coupled with the industry's broadest range of voice-enabled mobile computers and award-winning TEAM Voice-over-WLAN (TEAM VoWLAN) solutions, has enabled it to address this issue and offer customers a set of innovative solutions that break down the interoperability barriers.