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Verizon’s Digital Voice Goes All-VoIP

5 years agoTechnology : Gigaom

Verizon's FiOS Digital Voice was always digital, but relied on central switches to route phone calls. Now the product uses Session Internet Protocols and softswitches in the home to privately manage calls on Verizon's network which increases QoS while also reducing costs for Verizon.
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