Mobile VoIP revenue to reach $2.5 billion in 2012

Staying connected is an important task for any business. VoIP services and unified communication systems are growing in popularity. As the technology evolves, more businesses are beginning to see VoIP as a cost effective solution to keeping themselves under one virtual roof.

According to a new report the wireless infrastructure market is set to reach $45.1 billion in 2012 while global mobile VoIP revenues will reach $2.5 billion in 2012.

The report, put out by Visiongain – a leading business information research firm – mentions that the mobile VoIP market is poised at a crucial juncture of its life cycle. Consumers are ready to utilize the service while operators are trying to figure out the best way to deal with the increased traffic and data usage that threatens to slow down their networks.

Stronger, more consistent internet connections are being toted as a factor in the adoption of VoIP services around the world.

"Few services promise the transformative impact on the telecoms landscape as mobile VoIP does," commented the author of the report. "With virtually no comparable rival technologies, the only barrier to success lies with operator strategies. This holistic report provides a crucial overview of the current market and an accurate forecast of how it will develop over the next five years."

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